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Sometimes, as adults we think we know everything. We have to realize that we can learn things from anyone. We can learn from our children and other family members or friends. We all have different experiences in life and many of us learn from those experiences. Today choose to listen to someone whom you normally don’t listen to such as your child, a parent, or friend for advice and see what difference it makes in your life. If you have tried this and it has made a difference please share with us below. There’s so many things I’ve learned from my children, friends, family members, and other professionals. Open your heart today to endless possibilities.

Psalms 127:3 KJV

Lo, children are an heritage of the Lord : and the fruit of the womb is his reward.

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  1. This is a wonderful suggestion for relationship and personal growth.  My grandchildren, beginning at the age of 3, have been coaching me on the use of all things electronic.  When we Zoom, my little granddaughter instructs, “Click on the camera, Papa.”  I am not sure that your Biblical passage had this kind of thing in mind, but learning from my grandchildren on things that they really know, helps us learn and grow together on lots of other things.  We trust each other.

  2. I totally agree that as adults, and especially young adults, we tend to think we have all the answers to life’s problems. I have always felt that listening to my parents has helped me in difficult situations, whether that be financial or work related advise. The learning experience I have taken from my parents has been about work matters, and how to deal with work-life balance- I think age does bring some wisdom.

    1. Yes also in many movies and cartoons it shows many lessons that we as adults need reminding of simple things. Be kind, give back, lend a helping hand just to name a few. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  3. It’s interesting coming across this article, because I truly believe that we can learn so much from children and also from babies.  I think their innocence is so much from us to learn from.  The fact that they experience the world without thinking so much about the future or the past, because they’re naturally existing in the present moment at all times.  We grow up and then we have so many regrets and anxieties about the future, and we’re never living in the now, even though it’s very possible.  I think that’s why meditation is so important.  I loved reading this.  

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