How can we teach our children intrinsic value?
Could you do a hub on this topic as I feel if we fail to teach them we are failing completely.
The best lessons are taught by example. If we have a strong intrinsic value and we LIVE it consistently, our children will take something from our example. You might think that they are not appreciating their inherent nature, but sometimes it shows up many years later. You can't force your children to appreciate things the same way you do, but if teaching them is done in a fun and loving manner, they will appreciate it in their own way.
thanks for the suggestion - may I ask you specifically what you mean by the phrase "intrinsic value"?
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