Column: Superheroes

Today is a slightly different day.

Let the column be a little different.

My this older child created a comic book about superhero Adam for fine arts at a distance school. And today, on his very special day, I decided to publish it instead of my usual column.

In five years, he will certainly no longer dream of becoming a superhero, so it is all the more important that these dreams come to life at least for a short time. Even if in my mother's column. You know, we moms are the ones who believe in our children, even when we don’t believe in ourselves.

And rightly so.

So it’s not uncommon for me to be proud of heaven for my kids. And back.

Although being a teenager is not easy, it makes sense to believe in great worlds, because you can turn to them when you think that no one understands you.


We teach children that they can be superheroes even in situations where they feel there is no way out. Let them retain some of the child’s primary naivety for a time when they are big and almost adults.

Artistic greeting. Mateja Hocevar

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