There are many questions today about how kids should be raised. Many parents want to be more of a friend to their children, rather than a parental figure. They believe that this will cause their kids to like them more. There is also the belief that parenting in this manner will lead their children to be better adults.This concept stems from a non-desire to punish wrongdoing and to instill discipline. Sadly, such practice is becoming more and more prevalent as the years go by.
When it comes to finances, companies and individuals alike concern themselves with gains and losses. Naturally, the desire is to have more gains at the end than losses. When it comes to the passing of a loved one and our own inevitable transition, it is understandable how we can sometimes dwell on the loss and forget about the gain. Without question, a loss is present when someone we love goes to be with God. A common thought is that it is our loss, but heaven’s gain. While t
I remember as a kid in elementary school getting little Valentine’s Day cards with the question written in them of, “Would you be my valentine?” While they generally didn’t mean anything, it did make me feel good receiving it. I guess you could say it made me feel special, knowing that someone cared enough or liked me enough to give me a card and ask me to be their valentine. It is human nature to feel uplifted when we know that there is someone out there who cares for us. As
Have you ever thought about why we know certain things are right and wrong? Why is it that we have morals and consider certain acts such as kidnapping unacceptable? No logical person would ever condone the horrific actions of men like Adolf Hitler or Sadaam Hussein. As a result, the societies we live in have certain laws and regulations that we are adhere to. So where do these principles and morals we live by come from? If we came about through evolution and not creation