What is the Best Thing you Learned from your Parents?
May 26, 2008 1:34pm CST
Well, there are many things that our parents shared with us. I'm very sure you can remember one. For me, the thing that I learned from them is to be strong when problems come and the best thing they taught me is to pray about it and trust everything to God. Until now I did what they taught me and it works because no matter how big is my problem there is always a solution to it. I thank my parents for this. How about you? what are the best things you learned from your parents? Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
27 May 08
My parents taught me to always stay positive. It is very helpful for me specially if I am facing problems. By staying positive I seldom feel the depression and stress that problems brings me. I also found some answers with my problems by just being positive. It helps me also to be strong and fight the struggles in life. Another they taught me is to love unconditionally. Since not all the time everything you do has a return so better love without asking anything.
27 May 08
Oh!! that is nice, I agree with you that when you are positive, you will be able to think right and would find solution to the problem. Your parents are smart enought to teach this. Like what I've learned from my parents too. Yes loving unditionally is a good thing too because we would be able to understand other people's situation. Thanks for sharing.
26 May 08
Thats a nice topic to talk about...yes being able to thank GOD in all circumstances is something i have learnt from my parents apart from that another thing is to be hardworking and honest in all i do...and that these do pay you off well........these were the main things though there are lots more that i can go on n on :)
26 May 08
Oh!! yes, I learned these things from my parents too. They are hard workers and honest people and aboce all they trust God in everything. The don't want to fool people just to get what they want or even for their needs? If they have nothing, they have a heart to sacrifice and get what they need with hard work. I like your experience. Thanks for sharing.