+ Don’t forget to listen love and express your Inner-Child : ) your Light within x : ) x
Your children are genius creators who have just arrived from Nonphysical, who are feeling empowered. And if they would be left to their own devices, they would not go astray. They would maintain worthiness; they would maintain their feeling of Well-Being. They would thrive, unless it was taught otherwise to them. In other words, if others don’t do something to change their vibration, they are in a vibration of thriving. — Abraham
Children coming forth today have a greater capacity to deal with the greater variety of information that is coming forward… They deliberately are coming forth into this environment where there is more to contemplate… Each new generation, every new individual, that comes forth, is coming with you having prepared a different platform for them to proceed from. There is this thing that gets in the way of that that says, “I’m the parent. I got here first. I know more than you do.” From the children’s perspective, and from the purity of their Nonphysical Perspective, what they are saying is, “You’re the parent. You got here first. You prepared a platform that I am leaping off from — and my leap will be beyond anything that you have ever known.” — Abraham
Story: How the Child Xiang Tuo Became the Teacher of Confucius:
Xiang Tuo became famous in Chinese history because Confucius recognized him as his teacher. Throughout Chinese history, young children were inspired by the example of Xiang Tuo.
Xiang Tuo was a young boy living in ancient China. Xiang Tuo was living in the State of Lu during the Spring Autumn period of Chinese history. Spring Autumn period of Chinese history is about two thousand and five hundred years ago.
The Chinese history had a very clear record of how Xiang Tuo became the teacher of Confucius at the age of 6.
One day, Confucius was riding in a chariot with his disciples. A group of boys were building a sand castle in the middle of the road.
Confucius asked the boys to move aside and let the chariot passed. Xiang Luo replied: When does a castle give way to a chariot? All the while, chariots have to go round a castle to get to the other side.
Confucius was astonished at the reply. Being a famous teacher, Confucius refused to admit defeat to a young boy.
Confucius fired off a stream of questions to test Xiang Luo. Confucius was astounded by the intelligence of Xiang Luo.
He invited Xiang Luo to play a game with him. That game was a form of gambling. Xiang Luo refused. He said A king who gambles led to the downfall of his country; A farmer who gambles will not have a good harvest; A student who gambled ignore his studies; I do not gamble. Gambling is a useless activity, why should I learn?
Confucius was deeply embarrassed. He admitted that he learnt a lot from this young boy.
He openly declared Xiang Luo as his teacher and told his disciples that: There will be a teacher among any 3 persons travelling together. You must not be ashamed to ask questions and learn.
Xiang Luo became famous as words spread. His name was permanently recorded in Chinese history as the youngest teacher of Confucius.
However, Xiang Luo did not live till ripe, old age. He died at the age of 10.
So folks, do not ignore the wisdom of children. Do not belittle your children. Young children are capable of speaking the most-profound truth. If Xiang Luo could contribute to the wisdom of Confucius, children can contribute to your wisdom too.
As Confucius had so wisely spoken thousand of years ago, we must not be ashamed to ask and learn.
The story of Xiang Tuo inspired many outstanding youths in Chinese history. Chinese history contains many accounts of kids less than ten years old, with remarkable contribution. (ref)