March 29, 2016
Calling the Man and the Woman in your Child Early
While there is little that you can do about your ancestors, there is something that you can do about your descendants, argues celebrated speaker, mentor and life coach, Dr. Kinyanjui Nganga. A father’s influence goes to the fourth generation after him, he continues. It is imperative, therefore, that every father calls the man and the woman in his child early. In the absence of a father, it is the prerogative of a child’s mother to call the future that she wants to see in her child into existence.
That said, Dr. Kinyanjui continues, every adult surrounded by children must recognize their parental responsibility for us to make the world a better place than we found it. Or even more importantly, we need to prepare our children for an ever changing world. As such, we all have a moral obligation to invest in the moral fibre of our society by mentoring the children in our neighbourhood before they have acclimatized undesired philosophies.