The poor child cries not because of food but because of his future. He cries because he has no assurance of success. He’s been left in doubt as to whether life is being fair or not. And this has been the headache of his parents!
But hey! Poor child, let me brief you on these:
When you are born to the poor, there’s nothing like ‘choices’ in your dictionary. You will always have to accept what life gives you.
As a poor child, forget about being the preference of people. Always remember the world will only be in your favor when you are rich or famous!
A poor child will always be blamed for any little mistake he does. Unlike the rich who is ignored for his numerous wrongdoings but praised for the little good he does!
At a point in time, your own parents might apparently seem to be your enemies simply because they can’t provide your needs. And that is the time you will probably feel rejected. You are unlucky to give up at this point but hold on! Poor child…
Do you want the struggle to double the hustle? Never! You aren’t the first person to have ever passed through such a thing. Always remember somewhere in the world, someone else is in a worse situation! You only have to let the struggles motivate you. Let them encourage and inspire you. Let not the rejection of the society break you down. Be strong! Be ready to fight alone but hope that God is with you. Let not fame and money be in your diction. And for sure, you are good to go!
For none knows what tomorrow holds, that I tell the poor child to cry no more. Perhaps, His might be a blessing in disguise!
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