March 11

Wish for the World

It is the season of goodwill and although it is not possible to solve all the problems in the world, we can do little things to contribute to our world’s atmosphere and in turn, positive things will happen. This Christmas, you may like to suggest to your little ones that they think about others in this way. Ask them to think about: 1. a wish for themselves. This can be anything in their wildest dreams. Something that really gets their creativity flowing and generates a smile. 2. a wish for someone else. Perhaps a peer, a family member or someone who they have seen but do not know. Send them your positive thoughts. 3. a wish for the world.  Ask them to think about what they would like to change in our world. Simply by observing it and listening to what this is – we can give positive thoughts as a gift. If we all start making little gestures to the rest of the world, then the rest will follow suit. Don't forget to order your copy of Best Selling 'The Wishing Star' Please pass it on and tell all your friends If you have found this blog helpful please pass it on to your friends, colleagues, schools and nurseries and help us help more families and schools.

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