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Today, the mounting pressure of proving academic excellence coupled with technology dominated recreation has made our children lose interest in hobbies and other enrichment activities. Parents and educators are rarely seen encouraging the younger generation to pursue their dreams and passions. Instead the focus is primarily on scoring high grades to facilitate admission into top colleges; a sure fire means to secure a child’s future, at least professionally. It’s always about which careerMORE
When mommies meet, they talk about school and they talk about the talents of their kids. A lot of kids I know are super talented. They play every kind of sports, can sing, dance, draw and do pretty much everything. Makes other mommies a tad jealous.
So I find myself thinking...do kids really need so much 'talent'? Is it really necessary for the child to learn to play the piano, sing, paint, play cricket, swim and dance all at the same time? Doesn't the child need rest atleast one day
Kids enjoy dancing and moving to a rhythm almost seems like second nature to our kids. When this movement is structured and performed with an intent and awareness, it transforms to dance.
Dance is one of the most basic forms of self-expression and children embrace the joy of dancing to a beat. However, as our kids grow older and studies start taking priority, kids are forced to relegate their dancing shoes in a corner. During this period other extracurricular activities such as sports
“Son, you better concentrate on your studies else you have to sit at home and cook food for the family...” said an annoyed parent to draw some sense into the frivolous child. This certainly sounds like a serious dialogue of the age old time. Today, career in culinary art has become one of the most interesting and well paid occupations. Food is not just something we need to survive, but has become a source of income to survive. Food is one of the greatest pleasures in life if it is preparedMORE
Is your child artistically inclined? That’s wonderful, really! But are you open to the idea for your ward to choose ‘Art’ as a Career ?
We live in society where accomplishments are constantly being measured according to our merits.But our ideas regarding success should be our own and children should be allowed to pursue this vocation to find out if their hobby can turn into a passionate career choice.
‘Arts’ does not necessarily mean poor hungry artists, neither is it