This following song I love because of the simplicity of the Message!
‘Blah Blah Blah’ by Armin Van Buuren, is the song!
This is a Message that relates to Autistics because we don’t listen much to a society that doesn’t have much good to say!
But this message was more designed for Parents, I think!
Parents, if you have a child that is rebelling against you, maybe you should ‘check yourself’ to see how you are trying to control them!
A Natural (Wild) dog will fight against anyone trying to leash or cage it!
Doing this will break that animal and will Destroy its free spirit!
Please don’t do this to your own child!
That child is a human being just like you, and you, as a parent, are meant to give them guidance, NOT to control them!
The society we live in today teaches us to control our children, not to respect them as individuals!
This same society is going downhill very fast because of this! They are destroying their own children and those children’s futures by simply following what society says they should do! Don’t let this very negative society tell you how to raise a child because they are obviously failing very efficiently at it!
No one is expecting you to improve over night!
But we ALL should try to improve who we are daily and do right by others, even our own children!
So, as the song ‘Man in The Mirror’ by Michael Jackson goes, try to Improve yourself and become a leader by example, instead of following societies ways of holding others to standards, that they are not living themselves!
If you can simply become a ‘Leader by Example’, you will be a better leader than any leaders of my own country! (America)
Your child is closer to Nature than yourself and by showing them some respect, you are also showing Nature Respect! Because Nature cares more about your children than it does about adults that have wandered off track and away from Nature!
If you Truly Love your child, then Respect them as an individual, and you will find that they will Respect you back, which will lead into a Beautiful Relationship with Them!
Have a Respectful Day!