Dissolving Limitations

People will think I’m stupid. I will sound silly, I’m old enough, I should know it all…several statements and excuses we keep repeating, limiting ourselves in a very narrow zone, instead of developing and evolving.

Dealing with students from the age of ten, I have noticed how children, hoping to leave a good impression, prefer doing things wrongly or not doing them at all rather than asking for help. I wish parents and educators set the model by asking for help in front of them and from them when possible to embed in them the culture of ‘Asking for help’.

I keep wondering how our world would alter if instead of feeling ashamed from our weaknesses, we start asking for help to accomplish our duties and pursue our dreams.

No one knows it all and each human has strengths and limitations, why not rising by supporting one another?


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