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This is one of my grandchildren Tyler. I showed her Debbie Allen dancing when she was very little. Now she is trying to be just as good as Debbie or better. This is a strong little lady right here. She is also a musician and sings. This is one of many I will feature to show that we do have some children out here striving to be something more working hard and giving up so much to get there. She is also a straight A student and stays on the honor roll so I applaud her Tyler is eight years old.


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Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on October 22, 2010 at 9:58am
Sounds like a good definition of strog to ii. What about you Isis?
Comment by Jon Vee on October 21, 2010 at 11:14pm
@ IsIs....Positive attitude and thoughts towards the things they see themselves doing in life. Teaching them to make a plan and do all that they can to stick to it. Teaching them the value of money and what it can do for them. I was always told I had to work for someone. I teach them that they could start and own a business and put others to work. They could be the bosses of there own destiny. Most of all letting them know above all that God is in control of all things. To start anything talk to him first. When there is no understanding let God take control and the rest will follow. They know that man calls himself taking God out of school but I let them know God is in you. They know that hard work is ahead of them and sometimes it won't be easy. Life is not easy. Love and caring for others is important and sometimes you have to stop and think about others. Stop and give back something along the way. Teach others what you have learned and your blessing will continue. They know they are blessed and the color of their skin will sometimes cause people to hate them just for that. To not let that kind of hate turn them away but to stand strong and change what they can change cause the love of self will help them do just that. Black History is not taught in school but it is taught in our homes. Our children are losing site of who they are and where they come from. Just like everything else with our people this is what they want. Never lose site of where you come from. Teach your children the pride and strength of the struggle. Teach them that to dream is still real and it's inside of you. Don't hate because they hate. Don't judge anyone by the color of their skin for in us we have many. Hating them would be hating a part of yourself. Hate is not what we want but understanding. We all have to live together on this earth so make it better.
Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on October 21, 2010 at 9:34pm
Thank you Beloved Jon Vee for this.

Question.

When we say raising strong children please elaborate what Strongmeans?

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Comment by Jon Vee on October 13, 2010 at 11:37am
Thanks SID
Comment by SID on October 13, 2010 at 11:31am
That's what am talking about Great
Comment by Jon Vee on October 13, 2010 at 10:11am
Thank You Hassan for the spotlight. Tyler is still pushing strong and is moving up to the next level. I'll keep everyone updated.
Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on October 13, 2010 at 1:32am
Thanks Jon Vee for raising STRONG CHILDREN...
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