Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt.
As parents, why do we deprive our children of love? No matter how busy we are, we should find time to show them that we love them and tell them that we do. That is the only way they can grow up learning to share their love with someone else. If we deprive them of love as youngsters. They will miss out on the main thing in life, love thy neighbor. To grow up confused by what love is all about is wrong.
As parents, why do we deprive our children of learning obedience? They should know obedience in the home first and to play with other children in the neighborhood. They have to know obedience so they can get along with the other children. They must know obedience as they start school. They have to obey the teachers, if they are going to get an education. We have to use obedience every day, laws are written as guidelines for everyone to live as lawful citizen in society. Laws are the only thing that can guide and bind a group of people together in a community. We have to obey those laws.
As parents we must not deprive our children of learning to share with others. They must share with their siblings first then to share with others. If we don’t teach them how to share what they have with others, they will grow up being selfish. Not realizing they should share what they have with others in society, would bring an end to charity.
As parents we must never deprive our children about learning to tell the truth. Being truthful nurtures a healthy conscience. The conscience should control truthfulness. If neither are learned, it is a combination for a life of trouble, turmoil, and toil. There will be many troubles later on in life. If we tell a little white lie, even small children will pick up on it right away. They will think Daddy lied. I guess It will be all right if I do too. Everything in life starts to fall apart and unravel if people lie to each other. If a person gets a reputation as being a liar life will be very hard to live.
As parents we should not deprive our children of anything that will keep them from being the best citizens, they possibly can be in this society. That is our obligation as parents, do not deprive our children of anything that will educate, strengthen and encourage them.