February has been a month of deep reflection for me. I have been doing a lot of reading on positive teaching approaches and soul searching on how to build a closer relationship with friends and family.
The mind is certainly the most beautiful and powerful tool that we posses. If we are able to think about it, it can be achieved.
Even though discipline and diligence plays a part in moving from conceptualizing an idea till actually attaining it, without the vision one would never even have anything developed.
It is possible to have the life that I desire and I should continue working hard towards my chosen direction.
The book on Cybertraps for Educators was a refreshing read for me. It reaffirmed the need for me to educate the kids about the perils of technology. Growing up in the digital age they are not spared from the possibility of being a victim to cyber bullying or getting their reputation tarnished through screwing up while using the different social media outlets.
What I have learned
Communication breakdown sometimes can leave one devastated. Getting one’s point across to the other person can be painfully difficult especially if either or both party has a mental block or biases against each other.
Alternative approaches need to be taken if the issue is to be worked on and get resolved instead of letting it slide and snowballing into a even greater problem.
Bottling up one’s feeling thoughts is not something that should be advocated as it is a breeding ground for uncertainty may lead to a degeneration of TRUST. It’s still best to lay all the cards that you have on hand out and get to the root of any problem that you are facing to ensure that it is solved.
Holding back ones worries and not entrusting everything to GOD is really a very silly thing to do. Only he is the one who can help see you through the darkest day and lead you to the light.
Prayer is certainly very powerful and if you do listen carefully the answer that you are seeking will be there.
Monkey boy recently lost his house keys and I nearly had to replace the lock and make a whole new set of keys for the whole family.
We prayed that the key would be found and be returned to him so that we did not need to get the lock replaced.
GOD was certainly watching over him as he managed to get it back the next day. The key was picked up by someone and handed over to the Lost and Found counter in school.
That is the power of PRAYER!!!
What have you learned in February?