Time flies, doesn’t it… Already end of June 2021. A lot has happened, what is good and also wondersome (at times), but if it wouldn’t, life would be a dull and boring state of being (and between us, we all had nothing to talk about, innit?).
Friends and family, all had their first vaccination, some with more some with less side effects, nobody had no major issues, all good. The wheel of virus continues to turn, the unknown still lingering above our heads. But, for now, a bit of a breathing moment, hopefully as long as possible.
Nevertheless, y’all shall be careful.
At the moment I am thinking a lot about “role and responsibility”. Actually on both levels, adults and children. Obviously, for adults the concept is much more comprehensible, than for children, yet, that can be adapted to the different age ranges.
I had interesting discussions with adults and children, what exactly the difference between role and responsibility is. These two terms are very much related, like cousins but are far apart like acquaintances.
Each one of us has a role, each one of us has a responsibility. We agree, right?
I find it important that that is talked about, reflected upon and hence applied accordingly.
We all have a role in our society, … what is your/the role, and what is your/the responsibility in your/our/the society. (Think about it) Is it really clear and also, what does one stand up for…?
Even for children, (again according to age ), let’s now talk abour 12+ , this is an important point to bring to their attention. It is the prepared environment that will bring these/this point to an unconscious or even conscious level depending on the child’s maturity.
..to be continued …
An interesting discussion is worth comment. I think that you should write extra on this matter, it won’t be a taboo subject however generally people are not enough to speak on such topics. To the next. Cheers
Hello Lila, thank you for your comment. Indeed, to be continued … 🙂 I also find this matter underestimated and worth to be discussed and adressed upon. Regards!