One of the responsibilities involved in parenthood is to guide and harness the skills, talents and potentials of our children. Enrolling them in summer workshops or to involve them in some activities can help them develop their natural ability, additionally is to let them read inspiring books that can boost their aptitude and view of life. I am happy and grateful to be given a copy of this inspirational book, very timely for my sons age, a book full of encouragement and motivation to help teenagers become a #SuperEpic.
May powers ka to be #SuperEpic talks about leadership lessons from the fascinating and fantastic Super Heroes (Batman, Spiderman and more) coupled with biblical principles. Teenagers are full of dreams and energy, their idealistic attitude can turn into a realistic triumph which can make a great influence in their lives. We are living in exponential times, take advantage of the innovative technologies available nowadays and encourage them to start their own projects, develop their creative skills and share them through the world wide web. Today’s youth can excel in so many ways as communication in this era is easier with technology like internet that is accessible to everyone. Willingness and hard work can make the difference.
I definitely agree with the author that it does not matter if you are just an ordinary person because “Ordinary people can still do superepic things”. Moreover, I would like to quote and share the beautiful bible message and additional lines from the book –
You who are young, make the most of your youth. Relish your youthful vigor.
Follow the impulses of your heart. If something looks good to you, pursue it.
But also know that not just anything goes;
You have to answer to God for every last bit of it.
Live footloose and fancy-free - you won’t be young forever.
Youth lasts about as long as smoke.
“Use potentials, make a difference, put something extra into your ordinary life.
Use your talents and skills for yourself and your family.
Trancend yourself and connect to a higher purpose.”
The book is comprised of only 104 pages, written in Taglish (Tagalog-English) which makes it so easy to read and comprehend. The author’s humor appeal also add to make it an enjoyable reading material, thus I finished reading it in just one sitting.
This book in my own perspective is indeed highly recommended to the youth of today. A perfect gift for the newly graduates too. So, grab a copy now!
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