Jason Momoa tells his kids a very important lesson about ‘falling’
Jason Momoa has recently taught his kids important lessons about life while they were rock climbing together.
In a new interview for the May/June cover of Men’s Health, the actor who plays Aquaman said that he taught his two teenage children not to let failures define them and not to be sad when things don’t go the way they want.
The actor from the movie “Fast X” told a news site that he tried to teach his kids about the outdoors, especially when they went rock climbing.
“Right now, that’s what I’m trying to teach my kids. The 43-year-old said, “There’s nothing worth doing if it’s not going to be hard and a struggle.”
“It’s okay to fall,” said the character from Slumberland. “If you fall, you get up and try again.”
“They want to be perfect and are afraid because they think it’s bad to fall. But I’m like, ‘No, falling is great, man’. “Falling is great because if you keep doing it, you’ll get there,” said the star.
Jason said that he would never teach people how to “act,” but he could teach them how to “climb.”
“It gives us a very strong bond, and we do it outside. “It’s the most important thing to me,” the star said.
Jason said that because of his work routine, he doesn’t get to see his kids for a long time. However, he tries to “keep in touch with them by checking in twice a day.”
“I have to tell them things. I do everything I want to do and everything I was made to do. He said, “And you have to do that.”
Jason finished by saying, “I want my children to know and do that.”