“Children are our most valuable resource.” – Herbert Hoover, 31st President of the United States
Sometimes young children understand life better than adults.
Almost seven years ago at the age of nine years old, this young person wrote, “The importance of attitude is how you control it. Your attitude changes people as well as yourself.”
This is the complete take on attitude that was written by this nine year old at the time.
"The importance of attitude is how you control it.
Your attitude changes people as well as yourself.
It reflects on your morning, afternoon and evening. It changes the way you talk and the way you feel.
You can’t make one little thing ruin your life.
Stay positive. Stay happy.
Act the way you want to be treated but you can’t ask other people to act the way you want to.
Attitude is life. We can’t control other people’s attitude.
You can only change your own.
You are you and be happy and be happy you are who you are." - SAMC
Break any negative and self-defeating cycle with decisive, deliberate action.
This life changing action will not transpire without changing your attitude as illustrated above by the nine year old.
Kids get it.
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