I’m going to get DEEP here for a second.
NOW there is the realization! Pray it in! Each moment pray with your children, each night – thank God with your offspring for another chance to excel and for lessons learned that day.
Many times we may fall and/or fail. Get up, dust yourself off and try again! The world’s famous people – renowned, were not always that way: they may have been born with the flair of achievement, the embers were stoked till they were blazing hot! And we feel the ‘heat’ today: Isaac Newton, Graham Bell, Beethoven, Chopin, Marie Curie, Rosa Park, Emmeline Pankhurst, Rosalind Franklin…
Before you say “Men…” Take a peek…
Even if we say they had it ‘easy’s. I will say “Really? Read on…”
A long, long time ago there lived a genius named Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. He wasborn on a cold and snowy day on January 27, 1756 in Salzburg, Austria. At age 5, he wrote his first song. By the time Mozart was 6 years old, he traveled around the bumpy roads of Europe to perform concerts for royal families.
Ludwig Van Beethoveen was born in 1770 in Bonn, Germany as the son of a court musician. His talent for the piano was soon realized and he gave his first public performance at the age of eight. Beethoven’sfather wanted to promote him as the next child prodigy, another Mozart.
Soon after Chopin was born, Nicholas found employment as a tutor for aristocratic families in Warsaw. His father’s employment exposed young Chopin to cultured Warsaw society, and his mother introduced him to music at an early age. By age 6, youngChopin was ably playing the piano and composing tunes.
There are so very many historical figures. Key? They were encouraged/pushed to excel by their parents.