“When people’s ideas are accepted, they are inspired to think more.”
When I read this quotation, I thought of my son at once. Every time he does something, he always asks, “Mommy, say: you did well.” If I say so, he will be excited, and does more.
Kids are curious to explore the world, but sometimes they are cautious to do. They need to be inspired at this time. My husband and I took my son, Jim, to a park at Mira Mesa today, where there is a carnival. He played some games excitedly. As we talked about one of these games, my husband said, “The speed looks a little fast, perhaps he will scared.” But I thought if his height was allowed to play the game, it would be safe to him. I encouraged Jim to play with Daddy’s company. But Jim had already heard about the conversation between us. He said, “it is dangerous, I don’t dare to play it.” After several inspiration, he was willing to play the game at last. He talked to his daddy when he was playing, “Daddy, I’m not scared, are you scared?” When my husband told me about this, we made a decision: never say some uninspiring word before him.
Words like “Yes, you can! You did it! Well done!” is very important to inspire people. When people hear these words, they will have confidence, and they will do more.
Inspiration is so important. Why not surround ourselves with inspiration words and stories? Why not get along with the people who will always inspire us? All of those inspirations would move ourselves forward!