It is impossible to find happiness without sufferings and it is an open secret today.

Everyone has to face the challenges of life to make others happy.So far no one has been successful by avoiding the sufferings of life.

Some how many of us have become habituated in exclaiming at the success of others but we don’t really know the hard work put into it.

Trust me I would have given up all these hard works if I would not have been a father.I feel it’s a sin to ignore the proper growth of a child .

In fact the staggering number of criminals on this earth is because of the selfishness of either a father or a mother or a dear one.

We all know that the birth of a child is possible because of the decision of two responsible people .

A child is like a little flower,very innocent and it doesn’t consider anyone an enemy.

Very often I come across many such incidents in the newspaper where a mother poisons her child and then she commits suicide.

Just imagine the little child must have swallowed the poison happily because of its trust in everyone ,especially its mother.

I had also come across another news of a mother who had to use her strength to throw her 6 years old daughter in the river before she jumped into it to die.The girl didn’t want to die.

I don’t blame people for their separation because I can’t put my feet into their shoes.

Parents are the real blessings of children therefore we have to move on and on for their sake.

We have to remember that when we abandon our children and seek God’s blessings for ourselves it becomes contradictory because we don’t keep our parental vows of looking after our children so the liabilities of the mighty one also becomes optional.

It is indeed a time of despair,people are ever ready to quit because of lack of patience and grace.We are living in a polluted environment,an environment polluted in every spheres of life.But at the same time We all are responsible people so whatsoever may be the reason we have to stick to our promises for a better future for those who are following us for their growth.

Thank you very much.Take care.πŸ’—

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  1. I understand what you are saying my husband and I adopted a son from foster years ago he was two years old he is now 23 and move to Texas and works for Google as a computer engineer. My younger daughter was left for dead years ago she was a shaken baby from her birthday parents and now she is in high school and was just nominated for the National Honor Society. My oldest I gave birth to, as a mother I will never understand how someone can harm their child and no I never walked in there shoes. However God choose us to be there mom and dad, we are the ones that have been bless πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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  2. I look back and sometimes judge myself as a parent for some mistakes, and then I also immediately know I showed up always, no matter what, to the best of my capacity, intention, understanding and knowledge. I keep my conversation regarding this honest with my children, my limitations and my limitless love no matter what. I understand the sadness of betrayal when parents don’t take much responsibility of their precious role.

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  3. What a timely reminder and I agree. We may forget God is watching us which is another reason to be mindful of our actions. I am encouraged to keep on going because of Jesus. Our Abba Father is incredibly kind and full of mercy.
    Thank you dear friend for such a beautiful devotional. God bless you.

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    1. Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts and views.It is very important to keep this planet free from spiritual pollutions by taking proper care of children and their needs.God bless.Take care.πŸ™πŸ˜ŠπŸŒΉ


  4. Thank you for sharing Francis. Thought provoking for even those who don’t have children. We are still an example and influence to the younger generations and relations around us. God Bless and take care. πŸ™πŸŒΉ

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