We learn many things by hearing or reading or seeing. Those times we feel that the information is very useful. In such cases what I do is I keep a record of the information somewhere so that when there is a requirement I can use it. Sometimes I do forget what I recorded also. Only when I am searching for something I may see them and feel that I might have used them.
When some issues are there which are to be sorted out, we may become clueless and in such conditions asking somebody for some suggestions is very common and we may try to use the best suggestion we get from others.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Then there are occasions where we get unsolicited advices from so many people but we simply ignore it because there is no need for it at that time. Similarly when we are reading a book we find so many good advices like keeping our health in good shape, having good relations with people around us but we simply forget that. We are not going to follow those advices at that point of time as there is no need felt by us.
Advice seeking is always a need based activity and other times they do not affect us in any way.
Knowledge is power.
Unfortunately, the youth of the new age (children are also included) advise their elders as if they know everything.
I would like to let you know that whenever I come across any children making fun of their parents , I take them to task and advise them against doing such things. It so happened last week that one of my student who is around 35 years came to attend my English Communication class . As her daughter had a holiday ,she also accompanied her mother.
She was studying in sixth standard.
When I was teaching the mother, the daughter kept on laughing when her mother was making mistake and told me that her mother was very bad at communication. I became very disturbed and told her that she never do it again as it was only because of her mother that she was studying in a reputed school and was learning some extra curricular activities such as playing badminton ,drawing etc.
She could not argue with me because of my age and my position as a teacher. I am unaware whether she took my advice or not but i would be happy if she had because I was able to bring to books at least one disobedient child.
DO you think it is right to correct when you come across such children?