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    Who says one need a book to know the life. Father is the live example to learn.

    For some their own experience would teach them the lesson on how to move and what to get in future. For some they refer books and journals to get the cue on life and the miracles. And for the real performers, it is their own parent stand as the example. Especially the father. If a child watch the father right from his young age, he would certainly learn big lesson from every moment and that cannot be forgotten. Moreover those who learn lesson from seeing from others experience, they turn to perform well. What is your view on this ?
  • #601053
    It is very common that parents are the first teachers of all children. They teach us how to walk,what to talk, how to behave. These are the fundamentals that can't be forgotten. As we grow we feel that our teachers are better. We will have more confidence in teachers rather than parents. Many people feel what teachers say is more authenticated. That may be true for curriculum. But when it comes to life always parent's tellings are more apt. They have read there life more than us. With that experience they tell very facts of life. We should learn from them these truths of life. For that no book is required. Parents are the walking encyclopedia of life. No further book is required for learning these things. Of Course for your degrees and jobs you may have to purchase books and read or browse the internet.
    always confident

  • #601064
    For a person. the life starts from the father and mother. The parents are teachers and also God.
    Annaiyum pithavum munnari deivam.(Father and Mother are the first God)
    Thayir sirantha kovolum illai (There is no best temple than the mother's)
    Thanthai Sol mikka manthiram illai.
    (There is no better words than the father's)

    No life without Sun

  • #601065
    "Especially the father" - I beg to differ. A very narrow-minded view, that. Why "especially"? Why lessen the mother's role in the learning process?
    When people come at you with their worst, you should come at them with your best (advice given to Selena Gomez by her mother, quoted in Time magazine.)

  • #601066
    We are a product of experiences, good and bad. As children, we watch our parents and our siblings, neighbours and friends, teachers and peers and try to ape them. Everyone that we have dealings with leaves an impression on us. It is finally, we who decide which bits of knowledge we choose to imbibe.

    I think both parents impact a child's life.

    And what lesson's can a child learn by observing the father that cannot be learned through observing a mother?

    "A love affair with knowledge will never end in heartbreak" - Michael Garrett Marino

  • #601070
    The child learns from the parents. He or she sees how the parents are completing the tasks, managing the houshold, earning money and other many varied things. The child observes these things and everything is registered in his mind and all these learnings guide him in his life time to time. One can learn a lot from parents sometimes mother sometimes father and a book can not be compared with the practical aspects which we copy or mimic from our parents. A book is useful when a person attains a certain age and exposed to so many new things that he requires focussed information for a particular subject. We can not underestimate a book for its own purpose. Books are required throughout the life for understanding new subjects as well as knowledge upgradation.
    Knowledge is power.

  • #601080
    Mother teaches us in house experience and the father teaches us the outside world experience and hence he is exceptional.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

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