He thinks some children including him & his friends are privileged just because they are born in well to do families, hence have access to resources due to which they can go to best schools & henceforth will have good careers eventually. Whereas lot of kids in this world don’t even go to school, like the kids which he met recently when we went to give away some books & toys to a small school run by a NGO called ”Dream girl Foundation”. This NGO provides basic education to kids who live in slums & their parents cannot afford to send them to full time schools. My son enjoyed his day at the school, where we sang songs, danced & learned Hindi, but he noticed that kids there did not have access to libraries, technology, labs etc. like he does at his school.
It was such an enlightening moment for me to experience that my 9 year old can reflect back & understand he is privileged & wants to work towards uplifting children who do not have good education. He wants this inequality to go away & has decided to visit that school as often as we can & help those kids by sharing lots of books, so they can learn some of the stuff Aarav is learning at his school.
So this children’s day, lets decide to invest in our future “Children” & do whatever we can in our small little capacity, towards helping children across the globe to have access to "education” and hence good careers. Children are the key to our bright future..
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