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A Belief – meditations of a professional mom on survival, evolution and parenting

On a quest to raise our daughters to be their best in the world, and for the world.

5 am hike at Skandagiri hills Bangalore — above the clouds basking in virgin sun rays
 
The primary goal of any species is survival and evolution.
If so, our primary job then is
Parenting.


Parenting,
not to guard her
for the difference between her and me
is but my age, 
and perhaps some experience.


Parenting, 
not to mold her my way,
but to set her free,
for her spirits might be brighter,
and broader than mine.


Parenting, 
though,
to create a future brighter than our present,
plays a role.


Fostering emotional confidence, 
compassion,
competence, 
a compass to navigate the worldly noise,
plays a role.


Parenting, 
to make her feel loved,
empowered, 
yet grounded in reality
plays a role.


Parenting, 
to enable her
to become her best in the world
plays a role.


Parenting, 
to encourage her to live consciously,
And become her best for the world
plays a role.
5 am hike at Skandagiri hills Bangalore — above the clouds basking in virgin sun rays
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