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Short story. Get it Correct. Our Children!
Get it correct!
We as humans are always dying to know, what’s on the mind of others.
Like an instant replay of our younger days, being with our brothers, sisters and friends. We easily knew when they were happy; we predicted when they would be sad. We were the perfect substitute. What do you think is in our minds now?
We have already learned that to get the best results in discipline, pertaining to things that are living, we must always learn to start from the roots.
Never wait until the are already grown, got hardened and matured, especially when we are speaking about children and when we need to start teaching them the truth. Bend those branches while they’re young.
This should not sound strange to you, but it should be a familiar sound.
These are the things great parents would teach their children.
Those invaluable lessons, for the upcoming times when their children’s time
Is finally reached.
Parents should always want what’s best for their kids. I am now having a very difficult time understanding why so many of our kids appear to have no great sense of direction.
They’re not showing any of that true love and respect.
They are not doing great in school, not good around the house, not voluntarily helpful in any way, and even when ask they are always busy.
But they are real great getting dressed up, going to parties, looking at T V. And speaking on the phone, to everybody.
Can you tell me how in the name of heaven, they will ever face this life on their own! Can’t our parents see this?
Our kids are like a band of weary soldiers who have suddenly lost their way,
Because those who were in charge died and went away.
Now there’s no one in command, they did not learn a thing when he was around, now it’s only a matter of time, before they all go down.
See the values and discipline for this life that the great parents have shown.
The children were too busy, they learnt nothing, took none, now scrambling because they can’t face it being their own.
Get it correct!
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