I (or my wife) read to my 2-year old every night. It’s important to emphasize the importance of learning.
Of growing with every lit bit of knowledge that comes with reading.
Of understanding this thing called life in a place called the world.
Of being open-minded to have your views shift for the better.
I recently started reading some fables and poems to him and came across this one, “It Couldn’t Be Done” by Edgar Guest.
This one really resonated with me.
I am the dad that tries to engrain my son with a deeper level of thinking, to better help him know the under-layers of what we’re learning.
One of my lessons is to never give up. Never quit something you started. Sure, we can move on from whatever it is that he might not like, but not until we at least get through it once…since we started it.
I hope he’ll continue to soak in life like his dad and mom.
Also, while I’m on the topic of never quitting, I also came across a sweet article from The Penny Hoarder on 7 Employers Offer Health Insurance to Part-Time Workers (check the article link in the comments)!
Hope it helps some folks who are considering some part-time work until their next role comes through. I can help you land that next role by the way! Feel free to reach out!
What’s your favorite poem or story?
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