Who said you can’t?!
One of the mistakes you will make in life…is put yourself beneath your imagination; living in a world of incompetence. It’s more like having a heart and a mindset that yearns for progress. This may take some time.
I have tried to observe how different families live with their teens. Some parents know they have to play a part in molding their children’s future while others live them out there to struggle to make their own life after turning 18. Well, I believe a child will always be a child as long as their parents are still a live.
In trying to find out what exactly distorts young people’s vision, and hope to reach the maximum of their potential, I came to learn that there are different obstacles that trail the consciousness of a person depending on their past or what they possess.
Humble background: Vision and goal setting can be blurred by thinking that since you don’t come from a family that has a strong financial status you can’t achieve your goals. This happens because you flash back and think of your poor education, maybe the goats you used to rear, how you used to eat once a day because of a gang of 12 children at home and this gives you no hope for the future: This is not true! It only ends when you put a full stop BUT, when you put a comma, life continues.
Wrong confessions: I have discovered the impact of confession, it’s like you are creating something; “confession is creation” in other words. Take an example of the Bible;”If you confess with your mouth, believe in your heart that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior…you will be saved.”—Romans 10:9. Now, some children grow up piling up negative words from their elders, at some point you realize that it has created their future. Don’t accept to ‘save’ negative confession because they only deplete your life.
The next person is better: People get discouraged when they think of others as better than them. If someone has an AK-47 and you have a pistol, he is not better! No! They are all guns! After all, he may not know how to use it. Don’t compare yourself with others.
Silver Spoons: There is this disease also I have noticed with teens “born with silver spoons in their mouth” they don’t really mind much about what they can get for themselves; they depend on their parents. Well, that’s ok! But still some sense of “I achieved this myself” really lacks yet its important. You may not have your parents at some point. So, learning how to work, set goals and achieve them yourself gives hope.
“Most people live and die with their music still unplayed. They never dare to try.” Always remember that within you there is a rose, live to your potential - dream, set goals, take action, and achieve all that is possible. Let your music play.