Happiness is not a choice, it is the way to be
Some of us are highly strung in any situation. Whereas, some of us just do not care. The latter remains calm under any circumstance. In fact, I could jot down hundreds of reasons the whole day. Yet, we must believe that one of the reasons rests solely on happiness. Happiness is addictive, not diehard techniques. In fact, radical techniques may have opposite reactions. Our junior art classes in Bangalore firmly believes in the law of happiness.
The paranoia between the choices
As kids, our first priority is to remain happy. Be it enjoying nature, eating candies or just drawing, our primary goal is to find satisfaction everywhere. And, why not? Needless to say, happiness is the key to success.
Thus, our art classes indulge in techniques that kids enjoy and make use of. Imposing strict rules and regulations would only repel our bond. Besides, kids need to be the way they are and who are we to change them. In fact, we can only make them better.
How We Achive It Together
Are all rules meant to be broken? Let’s see for ourselves.
We believe in more haste, less speed. Our first rule includes discouraging competition. We often come across parents who send their little ones to win an art competition. Our question is, how will that make them into a better artist? Winning competitions by force-feeding technicalities is not what we do. In fact, it does not help a student progress in real time.
Our junior art classes in Bangalore work as a team. Every kid is special and we ought to teach them the right way. Competition promotes negative effect on each other. As a matter of fact, we should be our own competition.