She points out the positive things that the child is doing right instead of focusing on the negative things that the child may have done.
That itself is a great talent I would like to acquire from her.
Because of their example, today I enjoy communicating with those around me and look forward to helping those in need.
Although I am entering the world of adulthood, I still look to them as great examples and know that they are always there to pick me up when I fall.
The impression of mother’s teaching is so strong so as to say that the wise mother who rocks the cradle makes her child great who can rule the world.
Only those children, after they grow into adults, adore their mothers as God.
This proverb exhausts that mother is the only personality who teaches the first word to call her and morality that the child has to follow throughout the life in order to make her child grow into a total personality.
Whatever the mother teaches her child it creates permanent impression in the heart and mind of the child and so the life of the child gets embodied with the mother’s teaching.
Recently, we worked with Alberto Retana, director of community outreach at the US Department of Education, at parent and community outreach events in New England and Seattle. One parent advocate said, “Parents should be involved in developing, implementing, and evaluating school programs.” We would like to get ideas about what people are thinking about the role of parents and teachers -– about where these roles overlap, and where they are unique.
― Brad Meltzer This weekend, my mother celebrates her 60th birthday.