5 Lessons I would Like My Daughter To Learn

Kriti Sharma

When I was 3 years old, my mother knew that I am creative. She was a teacher and she did everything she could to bring out the best in me. My name means "creation" and I know I am one of the finest, god has created. I am a writer, a blogger, a storyteller, a life coach and a counselor. Everything I do leads me to my diary. I believe that we humans are different from the four legged ones in just one way, we are blessed with the brain, the higher faculties of our mind. I teach children how to use the higher faculties of their minds to improve their life. Writing is my first love and it's a never ending affair. I strongly believe in the quote "The Me I See is The Me I'll Be" and I intend to impart the same knowledge to everyone..

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10 Responses

  1. Disha says:

    Very well written..
    I would try to teach all the things to my daughter…

  2. Sonam Sirkar says:

    Beautifully written…well I don’t have a daughter but I would want to teach these lessons of life to my son too….being a women I relate to these things that you have spoken about… Appreciate your approach and I am sure people will agree and try to implement your approach..

    • Kriti Sharma says:

      Thanks so much for your appreciation Sonam. You can very well teach these things to a boy as well. I have a daughter so I have written it from her point of view but it applies to both. Thanks again for reading

  3. Bhavya says:

    Very well written. Loved reading it.

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