Have you ever heard wise quotes from kids and felt inspired? Kids have a way of saying things in just the right way. “Pretty much all the honest truth telling there is in the world is done by children,” says Oliver Wendell Holmes, American author and poet. Children do have a way with words. The things they say may be surprising because they see life from a different point of view. They have little bias because they have yet to be tainted by the real world. Of course, it’s said they are our future. But, most of society ignores them and casts them aside. But, they should be accepted and listened to. You may be surprised how much they have to say. Here are 25 surprisingly Wise Quotes from kids That’ll inspire you.
Mommy, I like it when we talk before I go to sleep, this is fun.
Talking and communicating your true intentions and feelings is fun. In any kind of relationship you may have in your life, communication is key. When everyone is on the same page, life flows a little easier.
If you are feeling blue, try painting your self a different color.
We all feel a little down sometimes. Hannah, age 8, says you can always try changing yourself to be a different color. Basically, she means you are in control of your own feelings. If your feeling sad, try and do something that you know will cheer yourself up.
Women are very underrated. They can do more but people expect them to do less.
A boy was asked why he thought women got paid less than men. His answer was very interesting. In 2018, it was proven that women were paid 78 cents per every dollar earned by men, according to PayScale.
Love feels like heaven
The boy then goes on to explain that love is love. He said he met his first love in kindergarten. She had long brown hair and was the most beautiful thing he as ever seen. He was right, love does feel like heaven.
I think the president shouldn't care what color you are and be very polite to everyone.
KOAT News Station went to an elementary school in Albuquerque, New Mexico and asked the children what they taught about the 2016 presidential election. When asked what qualities the president should have, one child said being very polite to everyone is an important attribute. He was right, kindness and compassion does go a long way.