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Mom Felt Insecure, So Wise 6-Yr-Old Son Gives Her The Sweetest Pep Talk.

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Sometimes the greatest pearls of wisdom come out of the mouths of babes.

Makayla Williamson of Tennessee knows this all too well. Recently, she was having a conversation with her six-year-old son, Knoxx, and like many moms, Makayla had been feeling momentarily insecure. When she mentioned her worries to Knoxx, though, he surprised her with an inspiring and simple truth.


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The video below picks up in the middle of their conversation, presumably because Makayla must have realized how cute Knoxx was being and knew she had to capture the moment on camera. She just had to share his impressive words with the world.

His innocent affirmation that Makayla is capable of doing anything she sets her mind to inspired her, so she posted the video along with the caption, “If only I believed in myself the way Knoxx believes in me.”


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Knoxx begins his pep talk by discussing the recent “Jumanji” movie and a character that thought he couldn’t do something but ultimately, “He believed in his-self… And you can too!â€


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Makayla sighs and says, “Oh, man – you gonna put it on me like that?â€

But Knoxx isn’t finished dispensing life advice…


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“You can do anything that you want. You can get singing lessons. Get a better job. Make more money. You can be even, like rich! You could live in the White House someday. You could be President.â€


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“Do what you want to do,”Knoxx says. “It’s not up to other people. It’s up to you.â€

The internet reacted with so much love for Knoxx and his kindhearted words:


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What a sweet, inspiring little boy! Let’s all try to be a little bit more optimistic, like Knoxx here, and see where it gets us!

Watch the video below, and don’t forget to share to inspire others to look on the bright side and be optimistic about their future!

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