I see you…

This is a little piece for those children who are just as amazing as those who have received sporting and academic awards…


I see you…
Its a time of badges, certificates, medals, trophies, recognition, awards,

prizes and ‘seeing’ of high achievement. I love seeing the kids that shine

at this time of year – a big high heartfelt round of applause to you. You so

deserve it for the effort you have put in.

But this message is for the kids that didn’t get called up for any of the



To the child that conquered their fear of heights, or sleeping in the dark,

or riding without training wheels or sleeping out for the night for the

first time this year, I SEE YOU


To the child that managed to resolve more conflict than they started this

year, to the child that learnt to say the impossible; “I’m sorry”, and to

the child that walked away from the fighting instead of getting involved, I



To the child for whom school is a huge struggle, you get up everyday and you



To the child that battled all year with the maths, or reading, or

concentration, or speaking out in class, or learning their words, but

persevered anyway, I SEE YOU


To the child that found the kindness in their heart reach out in anyway to

another person or to an animal in need or in pain, I SEE YOU


To the child that learnt to give and to share for the first time this year

and even found joy in these, I SEE YOU


To the child that battles to make friends and to be social, you made new

friends this year and for that, I SEE YOU


To the child who wanted so much to please, but was just out of sight of an

adult who perhaps was too busy or too distracted, I SEE YOU


To the child who lost a friend or a loved one this year, but carried on

everyday bravely even though their heart ached, I SEE YOU


To the brave parents that try everyday to do the best for their kids, I SEE YOU.


May you and your children revel in small but significant victories that you

have both experienced this year, as I will with my beautiful children. For

every year there is progress and growth, we don’t need a podium or handshake

or a hall of applause to be seen.




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About Di

Di believes that the most important and most fulfilling “job” she has is being a mom of two. She is an author and animal communicator. Her greatest passion is animals and their welfare. She enjoys writing about animals and topics to help others with their spiritual growth.

Posted on December 8, 2014, in Aneis de Vida, Healing, Inspiration and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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