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  • Superb compilation! Greetings from France. With friendship,
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  • Having seen your presentation, I thought you might love to read this..... In the eyes of the child,
    there was wonder and joy,
    You could see his excitement at this sparkling new toy.
    In the eyes of the parents, you could see their pride.
    The love for their child, they did not try to hide.
    In the eyes of the child, his parents were tall,
    They would always be there should mishaps befall.
    In the eyes of the parents, this time would not last.
    This child became a teen-ager and a man all too fast.
    In the eyes of the child, his time had now come,
    His parents disagreed, now he thought they were dumb.
    In the eyes of the parents, he still needed to be led,
    They could not understand what went on in his head.
    The conflicts would come with the shouts and the screams.
    Both the child and the parents thought,
    ′There go our dreams.′
    But their love was still there though it lay deep beneath,
    It was hard to see through harsh words and clenched teeth.
    In the eyes of the child, things slowly changed.
    He began to see they were not really so strange.
    In the eyes of the parents, he began to mature,
    Now he would make it, of that they were sure.
    Now many years later the roles are reversed.
    They′re on a new stage with no chance to rehearse.
    This child′s now a man and the change is complete,
    To make sense of what′s happened, he constantly seeks.
    He′s now the parent, his mom′s now the child.
    This man′s now a stranger in the eyes of the child.
    Written by Jerry Ham.
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  • very nice presentation!!!
    thanks for sharing it
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  • Sanja, What do children see? They do not show bigotry or prejudice. Everyone of any colour or creed is equal in the eyes of children. They play and get along with each other as equals. If only adults could live the same, the world would be a much better place
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  • A beautiful show !Sanja,
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  • 1. SlideShow by Vusa Children's Eyes Music: Disney - Cinderella – A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes (instrumental)
  • 2.
    • What kind of world is it my friend that little children see?
  • 3.
    • I wonder if they see God first because they just believe?
  • 4.
    • Do they see strength in caring eyes who watch them as they play,
  • 5.
    • or maybe love through gentle hands that guide them on their way?
  • 6.
    • Do you think they dream of future times where they would be a king,
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    • or just enjoy their present life while with their friends sing?
  • 8.
    • Do they see the acts of kindness done for people who are poor?
  • 9.
    • Is the very best in everyone What they are looking for?
  • 10.
    • And when the day is over as they close their eyes to sleep,
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    • do they look forward to tomorrow with it's promises to keep?
  • 12.
    • If this is what the children see then it should be no surprise the world would be a better place if we all had children's eyes.
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