if you know recently your great tutor every new post see your text, what happens to you.
Even I can’t say more about that but from now on I’ll try to write better.
today I read one of my mail that is about being minimalist. I know there is a big difference between our society and westerners but sometimes I can see some signs especially in our kids.
I really like this article and I’ve thought about it a lot. Although I’ll write more but I do like share this article in www.becomingminimalist.com
here you can read that article:
Is that it?
Three words—uttered by kids—often represent the most dreaded scenario for parents on Christmas morning.
“Is that it?” As in, “Are there really no more presents? This is all I get this year?”
Nobody wants their child to be disappointed on Christmas morning. It is supposed to be a magical day with endless smiles and play. But instead, too often, it ends in disappointment—disappointment for the child as they didn’t get all they wanted and disappointment for the parent as a result.
As parents, we react in different ways. We point out how many gifts they already opened. We promise additional gifts at grandma’s house. Quietly, we wonder how many more presents we needed to buy to make them happy.
And unfortunately, too often, we put the blame on the wrong person—them.
I don’t think anybody means any harm in the words they use with their kids leading up to the holiday season. They are common phrases—holiday classics. The words seem to roll off our parental tongues naturally—sometimes we even think they serve a higher purpose.