I agreed with everyone who spoke about the advice they would give a newborn. It is important to cherish every moment we have and be able have regrets. I also think it's important to not waste time thinking about what others might say because it just deprives a person of living their life to the fullest. Being oneself is important because you can never make everyone happy.
There were three different speakers in class that gave their point of view on what advice they would offer a newborn infant. I feel that I agree with the reasoning they explained in each of their miniature presentations. The first speaker spoke of maintaining a healthy lifestyle through eating right and having enough sleep in order to be happy. I very much agree with this as I try to to eat healthy and exercise in my own daily life. Maintaining this activity on a daily basis motivates you to be productive, which brings me to the second speaker’s point which gave the advice of never limiting yourself. Constantly striving for more and maintaining a curiosity for life is essential for development in not only our basic character but as well as in our careers. The last speaker’s advice spoke about enjoying life when you’re still young because as you get older you are given much more responsibility. I definitely agree with this as I sometimes get frustrated and tired having to go to school full time and work in order to have money for school . I do miss being a kid and not having any responsibilities, but the freedom of driving my own car and earning my own money feels pretty nice too.
I agreed with the speaker who gave the advice about staying healthy and fit. Although I grew up as an athlete, wasn't in the best shape and I didn't eat as healthy as I should have. I wish I had gotten this advice so that I wouldn't be struggling to shed off the few extra pounds that I have now.
All three of the speakers each had different perspectives in their thoughts about what advice they would give to a newborn. I agreed with all three speakers in the class and their different points they would tell the infant. One of the speakers spoke about maintaining healthy habits including diet and sleep. These ideas were very smart ones to be giving one entering this world where health is a key role in staying happy in one's life. Another speaker spoke about the embracing the privileges given as a child. I very much agree with this speaker because as you grow older, more and more tasks are given to you as an adult. No matter how many times you tell a child that their childhood will pass by much quicker than they think, the child doesn't realize how fast it truly is. I say this from experience.
All 3 speakers had great ideas on what they would tell an infant and I agree. My three advice would be to stay healthy, save money, and be patient. Being healthy is a must for everyone because its what you need to survive and if you don't maintain your health you might have a troublesome life with diseases such as diabetes. Saving money is another thing I would suggest an infant because when you grow up you want to have some money to invest in a business or buy a car when your a teenager. Lastly, being patient in life will save your life and that is my biggest recommendation to an infant. I say this because running a red light might kill you and having an accident at a really high speed increases your possibility of death because you just wanted to rush and were impatient. Also, being patient saves you money because I say this from experience. I wanted to buy the new "Acer" laptop the day it came out and then the next week it dropped its price by 55 percent. Now wait here while I take out my anger on my wall.
Each of the three speakers had different advice on what they would give to a infant. It good to give advice to the younger generation for they can learn our wisdom/philosophy, gain from our accomplishments and mistakes, being influenced by our ideals and values. My advice I would give is: No matter how hard or stressful life gets, just keep taking it day by day; it will eventually get better. Life sucks and there isn't anything that is gonna change that so you just have to adapt.
The three speakers had given contrasting advice on what they would give their views to a infant. The first presenters 3 advices were to maintain a healthy lifestyle (positive/happy), pursue in what you want to do in life, and to have communication. I agree with his advices because it is very important to be mentally and physically healthy which leads to a positive lifestyle. His second advice was to find what makes you fascinated in, look for new opportunities and become more open minded. Don't hold back and pursue your goals. Last advice, is very important to the human mind which is to be social. Humans are social beings that need social interaction or else they will feel a sense of loneliness. My three advice I would give is to appreciate on what you have in life by making the most of it, don't compare your life to others and do whatever that makes you happy.
A newborn infant has everything to learn and their whole life ahead of them. I would definitely tell him or her to not dwell on the little things. Sweating the small stuff clouds your mind from what really matters in life like family, friends, travel, etc. I would also tell a newborn infant that health is so important and that they need to take care of themselves. Eating right and staying active is will provide a better quality of life. Lastly I would tell them so be a good person to those around you. Being a good friend will make everyone want you around and in their lives and that's a heartwarming feeing.
I thought everyone had interesting and different things to say. I really thought the part of setting goals and reaching them was a good piece of advice. My piece of advice would probably be to enjoy childhood and growing up while it lasts but look forward to what is going to come.