Admittedly a provocative and general question and the answer was often: “I would like to know that too”.We speak the same language, but often miss each other. Why should we communicate on an equal footing?and what is the benefit for those involved. What are the values of the young people and do they know their own values.What makes young people tick, do they want an answer and more background knowledge?… and what does it all have to do with a compass ?!
I took this picture in early 2020 during my vacation in New Zealand, it was a moment on the North Island on the Tasman Sea. What was it about this situation that concerned me? On the one hand it was the wonderful day, about 25 degrees warm, light sea breeze and the sound of the waves in the background.
There is a nice saying that goes like this: I measured it again: You are valuable!
Isn’t it just nice to read how such a sentence is as charming as it suddenly comes around the corner. You are precious, what does this mean to me? When I say this to someone or something, I mean: You or it is full of values, it is precious to me, I value the person or it. When I say: you are valuable, I also mean that you are dear to me and dear to me, I value you.
Do you think inside the box, outside the box or generally without a box? What kind of thinker are you? Does the box help you to draw on your own wealth of experience or do you prefer to stay outside and within sight of your box? You might get a creative security, so to speak, a thinking trapezoid. When do you think your best, most helpful thoughts, what does it take? Have you ever thought about this, thought about it?
What did you want to be as a child, what was your dream job; Astronaut, soccer player, train driver, doctor or maybe something completely different? Certainly there were and still are a multitude of other professions that children wish for in their later life. It would be exciting to create a top 10, to know how these wishes may have changed over the last few years or decades.