Thoughts About Children

Photo I took in Dehli India in February 2008

Photo I took in Delhi India in February 2008

It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken adults. Frederick Douglas

Photo I took on Borocay Island Philippines June 2008

Photo I took on Borocay Island Philippines June 2008

There is no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way it treats its children. -Nelson Mandela

Photo I took in Bali March 2008

Photo I took in Bali March 2008

Children are our most valuable resource. -Herbert Hoover

Photo I took in Borneo in May 2010

Photo I took in Borneo in May 2010

If we are to create peace in our world, we must begin with our children. Mahatma Gandhi

I took this photo in Tiananmen Square Beijing In April 2004

Photo I took in Tiananmen Square Beijing in April 2004

Children are the hands by which we take hold of heaven.  – Henry Ward Beecher

Photo I took at Ho Chi Minh's Tomb in Hanoi in March 2005

Photo I took at Ho Chi Minh’s Tomb in Hanoi in March 2005

Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see. – Neil Postman

Photo I took in Yalta Ukraine in June 2011

Photo I took in Yalta Ukraine in June 2011

Today our children are our reflection. Tomorrow they will be our shadows. -Maralee McKee

Photo taken in Siem Reap Cambodia in November 2004

Photo I took in Siem Reap Cambodia in November 2004

Every child begins the world again. -Henry David Thoreau

Photo I took in a Palestinian refugee community near Bethlehem in May 2009

Photo I took in a Palestinian refugee community near Bethlehem in May 2009

I will lead on gently…..according to the pace of the children.- Genesis 33:14 Other posts about children…… The Street Children of Dehli This Woman Should Be A Jamaican Saint  Visiting a Teacher in Borneo

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Filed under Childhood, Inspiration, Reflections, Religion

One response to “Thoughts About Children

  1. gabe

    Good quotes, great photos!

    Like

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