Quote by Fred G. Gosman
We must return optimism to our parenting. To focus on the joys, not the hassles the love, not the disappointments the common sense, not the complexities.
This quote emphasizes the importance of maintaining a positive and optimistic approach to parenting. Instead of solely focusing on the challenges and frustrations that come with raising children, it encourages parents to shift their attention towards the joys and love they experience. It suggests that by embracing a common sense perspective and avoiding unnecessary complications, parents can create a more fulfilling and positive environment for themselves and their children.
The Jewish sages also tell us that God dances when His children defeat Him in argument, when they stand on their feet and use their minds. So questions like Anne's are worth asking. To ask them is a very fine kind of human behavior. If we keep demanding that God yield up His answers, perhaps some day we will understand them. And then we will be something more than clever apes, and we shall dance with God.
The sobs and tears of joy he had not foreseen rose with such force within him that his whole body shook and for a long time prevented him from speaking. Falling on his knees by her bed. He held his wife's hand to his lips and kissed it, and her hand responded to his kisses with weak movement of finger. Meanwhile, at the foot of the bed, in the midwife's expert hands, like the flame of a lamp, flickered the life of a human being who had never existed before...