In the comments to question 685.a, found in The Spirits’ Book, Allan Kardec clarifies the importance of education. It says: “There is one element of the question that has not been considered sufficiently and economics is just a theory without it: education. Not merely intellectual education, but moral education, which consists in the formation of character and habits, which human beings do not learn from books. Education is the sum of the habits acquired.”
This is why we should ask ourselves: What is the path that we are leading our children? On the path of becoming mischievous, cunning, taking advantage of others to succeed in life, or on the path of wisdom, so that they always use their intelligence and God-given talents for the good of others?
In The Art of Parenting in a New Era, Jussara Korngold will help you by focusing your attention on four crucial elements in your children’s lives: Identity Character Relationships Mission
Bernadete Leal According to the Webster Dictionary, duty is a conduct due to parents and superior, a moral or legal obligation. When looking at a parents’ job, we could list several of their duties, for instance: guiding, educating, caring, supporting,