Tag Archives: morals

Revolted by the Article in Our Newspapers about Hitting Children

This article truly triggered me. It presents the findings of a survey that shows 40% of parents use corporal punishment. It doesn’t take any stand against it. It even seems to be excusing it. The study found that younger children … Continue reading

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What is the Most Important Value you Would Teach Your Child?

I feel very strongly about good values. Seems to be lacking sometimes in this material world. Or replaced by lousy ones (good to be aggressive?) in the chase for more power or money which I don’t think is very good … Continue reading

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Books: Mother Night by Kurt Vonnegut

Sometimes, I gravitate towards books that shock me. I can’t get enough of a good satire. Mother Night is one such book and the gripping morality tale revolves around this quote: We are what we pretend to be, so we … Continue reading

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