What are the greatest lessons you’ve learnt from your parents/guardians? 😃

Your parents/guardians must have impacted your life positively in a way that you won’t ever forget.

Maybe by actions, emotions or words. What’s that lesson that you will never forget and will wish to pass it on to your children.

Here’s my best lesson 💐

My parents thought me to have the mindset that it’s only God and myself in this world.

That I shouldn’t live my life with the mind that I will depend on some people for success.

I need people to positively impact my life, but I shouldn’t be at their mercy.

If I do good and I have God backing me up, God will use good people to help me achieve my goals.

This is a very great lesson and now, I’m surrounded by good people like you. 😇

I will impact you positively and you will also impact me positively. 😇

So what’s yours? 😃 share it with me and let’s learn from each other 💐💐

Published by Vincent Ehindero

A co-founder and CEO of High Foster. Vincent is a humorous guy that has a wonderful talent of blending growth secrets with relatable experiences. He is also a founder of a nonprofit organization that focuses on developing children and youths.

18 thoughts on “What are the greatest lessons you’ve learnt from your parents/guardians? 😃

    1. I’m sorry for the nasty experiences you might have had with your mother.

      But I’m also happy for the privilege you had to know God and learn from him.

      Indeed, God’s love is the greatest of all: healing all wounds and restoring the soul 🙏❤️

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I really appreciate it

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  1. It’s great to read and know about you. God bless you all Vincent 😊 I have learned alot of things from my parents like just do your best and rest leave on God. He has definitely a good plan. As I strongly believe in god and parents too.
    Whosoever I am today because of them and really grateful to. God for giving me this life. 😇😇😇💐💐

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  2. The greatest lesson my parents taught me were that there is no use of loosing coolness in chaos, and I assure that if you once try to repress the panic spiralling inside you, it will give you much of a focus and patient mindset to deal with challenges.

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  3. I really like that mindset your parents gave you. God and yourself. That sounds like a very grounded and faithful upbringing you had. I didn’t have the same concepts growing up, my mom taught me about therapy and how with the help of others and working on myself, I can change and become a better person. God is very much part of my life now after recovery!! thanks for your lovely and always warming posts!

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