DEFINE A GOOD PARENT!
I shall open with a sensible quote from a lecture by the late Swami Chinmayananda.
“Take parenting. Today it’s a duty. Parents earn money; they buy gifts and other things for their children out of what they call their love.
But that’s NOT what parenting is about.
Remember a child can live without materialistic things like gifts but not without the parent’s love.
When love is absent in a parent child relationship, children tend to break way and become aggressive and rebellious.
A parent that fulfills tall the desires of the child is often called a “good’ parent. But this is a mistake for he is not so. Under his roof no one is giving any love and no one is getting love too day or night. It’s a loveless kingdom of sorts remaining fossilized in an eternal winter!
Most parents fail in parenting-the very qualification…
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