most important member in the family?

India
January 11, 2007 11:05pm CST
have uyou ever tried to become the most important member in your family??? have you ever felt the need for such things??like being the most important person who takes all the decisions and all
5 responses
• India
12 Jan 07
I think Our mother has to be given as a most important person in any family.Father is not next to mother but when comes to children mother is first preference.When it comes to society father gets the higher end.So finally they both are important for the childrens to become a good citizens of our country.
• India
12 Jan 07
you seem to give a lot of importance to wome n and mothers anyway hats off to you
• India
12 Jan 07
Yeah I felt the same so many times as I am the eldest among myu siblings and I am the youngest to get a s/w job in the family itself. Hence unknowingly certain responsibilities came through from the horizon.
• India
12 Jan 07
good that you have found that its your responsiblity to be the most important person to shoulder the responsibilites
• India
13 Jan 07
mmmmmm i think myself as the most important member in the family,reason is so simple being the youngest member parents have tat responsibility to agree watever i say,wat u think abt tat????????
• India
12 Jan 07
I have never tried to be the most important person in my family but by default maybe bcoz of being an only son in an Indian family i was always the most important person in my family. But then when my sister got married her imporatance increased a no of times from the original position and that of my brother-in-law was something which i had never thought of in my wildest of dreams. then came a time when my niece was born, n she became the core of everyones life, including mine and at present she is the most important person of my family.
• India
12 Jan 07
All the members of the family are very important. But special members are Dad and Mom because they lead the family and help thier children to come up in life. They dedicate everything for upbringing thier children and make them worthy enough to face and live in this world. Both of them share equal responsibilities in most of thier decisions for the well being of the family.