Make your kid a Genius

Here is a great post about parenting.

Vinod Narayan

nerd-309458_1280Make your kid a Genius
If that was an advertisement you saw
and your eyes popped out, three things are clear
First, you are not a genius
Second, your child is not a genius
Third, you think being genius is everything in life
I differ; I can; because I am no genius

What does genius mean?
Dictionaries say a ‘genius’ is
A person with exceptional ability in a specific field
‘Specific field’ is important
May be more than the fact ‘exceptional’

But some advertisements often claim a bit more
They claim “make your kid
A painter, artist, photographer, mathematician, musician
A Einstein, a Mozart, a Edison
All in one… no specific field
They can be everything and anything
Not just average, but exceptional
Geniuses in all fields….
Some even can make them read blindfold

We live in a world where as parents we
suffer from the ‘Parents Vulnerability Factor’
We all…

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  2 comments for “Make your kid a Genius

  1. April 25, 2015 at 6:41 pm

    Thanks Patty for reblogging and happy that you liked it

    Liked by 1 person

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