Richard Bach said, “One of the great cosmic laws, I think, is that whatever we hold in our thought will come true in our experience. When we hold something, anything, in our thought, then somehow coincidence leads us in the direction that we've been wishing to lead ourselves”. Yad Bhavam Tad Bhavathi” said the Scriptures meaning “As you think, so you become”. I am a big believer that our experiences relate to the way we think and by altering our thoughts, we can change our lives. Our consciousness is pure and unsullied and unaffected by the dictates of the worldly desires, it operates purely as a witness to everything and let the freewill function on its own. If we like the freewill to function in a certain way, we need to alter the way we think in a disciplined way. Our journey is not from birth to death but from food sheath to bliss sheath. That is why learned people put our senses and body at a lower level in the hierarchy (Sthula Sareera) and kept the mind, intellect and consciousness at the higher level (Sukshma, Kaarana & Mahakaarana Sareeras). When a child is born, the baby has a strong faith that love is primordial to everything seeing the love showered by its mother. We need to cultivate this as their mind develops into adolescent and adult life. For that listening, comprehension and practicing are essential. The parents inculcate principles and guide the children towards practicing those values and the teachers should teach how to build character and develop it. The children need to be taught to read moral stories, learn from the experiences of elders, be observant of the nature, serve the underprivileged and sick people with compassion and love. The children should be taught of the value of sacrifice in life. When the children develop their character, they need to be taught how to define, measure, analyze and control before they integrate their character traits. These processes help them to sustain the character throughout their lives. A child turning adult should be taught of moral values such as integrity, loyalty, responsibility, compassion, forgiveness, courageousness, perseverance, kindness, optimism, conscientiousness, honesty, respectfulness, humility, fairness, authenticity, generosity, politeness, lovingness, reliability and self-discipline. They need to be taught to meditate to learn to live in the present moment, how to inculcate values, emulate best practices in life, practice discipline, discriminate right from wrong and evolve to become virtuous. They need to build self-confidence for that purpose. Self-confidence can be achieved through challenging bad thoughts about self, taking care of body and mind, reducing stress to improve life’s quality, setting self-improvement goals, evaluating different perspectives, learning new things, surrounding them with good people, helping others, accepting themselves as they are and lastly remember the good things they have done forever. One can help others through improved verbal and non-verbal communication, by encouraging others, expressing themselves well, showing kindness, respecting privacy, learning how to promote a cause and by volunteering to provide a service regularly. The children need to be taught how to be healthy. They need to learn how to avoid extremes and excessive food, eat slowly and make it meditative, measure and use small plates/cups, be environmentally friendly and not to waste food, be knowledgeable how to balance diet, avoid eating too much at once and plan meals and stick to the plan regularly. Lastly, the children need to be taught how to develop inherent happiness. Happy children are the contributors to the society. They need to learn how to deal with their past mistakes and forgive themselves, be optimistic about the future, remain in flow state and be mindful always, understand the value of positive emotions, focus on virtues, be aware of their strengths, create meaning to their own lives and become selfless to practice altruism. They need to understand that life is a gift to cleanse themselves and their internal journey plays a critical role in shaping their lives.