10 laws of parenting
With the birth of the baby, we as parents, adults, are his full authority. He loves us just for what we got. Parents – is the most precious thing in the life of a child. What would we do, would like to it is not treated, the baby will still love us. Therefore, he believed that all our actions and deeds are the only true, correct both for themselves and for the world. So the kid catches every glance of the mother, every father’s gesture, mimics the facial expressions, movements, way of life. He unconsciously absorbs from us demeanor, our tastes and attitudes, our moral values and moral standards.
The education of the child – it is, above all, educating yourself!
The law of imitation
• Treat the baby exactly as you want it to treat You in your old age.
• Their behaviour, attitude to life, we tell the child about the world, about people.
• We should fill our lives and the baby the most beautiful images, brings light and beauty.
• Children perceive mainly what we do, not what we say.
• Children – our most important teachers!
The law of unconditional love
• Definitely take the baby – it means to love him not for his actions, the words, not because he is smart, beautiful and so on, but for the fact Continue reading
Honoring parents is the first duty of children. Even in pre-Christian times, all peoples inviolable rule was that the youngest always revered and respected elders. Especially the children of their parents.
FILIAL piety requires, first of all, nature itself: thanks to the parents because we are called to life. And for this one needs to appreciate mother and father. And not only for that. His parents raised us, educated, caring, and vigilantly watched over every step, and helped when we had need of assistance. Moved in his heart the greatest grief, hardship, illness, failure. And, of course, all this teaches children to honor, to respect their parents.
In Scripture we can find many examples of love of parents to their children. And even the vices of children, their incorrect actions of maternal and paternal love can forgive them. Therefore, children must remember this and try to be thankful to our parents. Grievously insulted Absalom his father, prophet and king David, who rebelled against him with his unworthy subjects. But listen to what David says to his generals: deal gently for my sake with the young man Absalom (2 Sam. 18, 5), and when Absalom was killed, David was deeply grieved, cried, sobbed and said: “my son, my son Absalom! Oh, I had to die instead of you. (2 Sam. 18, 33). Continue reading