“As arrows are in the hand of a mighty man; so are children of the youth.” – Psalm 127:4
This verse describes our children as arrows. An arrow is of no use if not shot. But there are factors that affects the speed and distance with which an arrow travels. The most important factor is the weight of the arrow. The heavier the arrow, the greater the efficiency and the energy stored in the bow and the greater the speed the arrow can attain. What weight are you giving to your children? What value are we giving your children? Do we give our approval only when they bring good grades or we let them know they are perfect and loved anyway?