ly happy., the good feeling that a person can have from doing good things, the good deed that you do, and these thing can be passed on from generation to generation, teaching your children the good thing that they can do for other and how they can benefit form it also in return the good feeling they have. This essay is about parent who tech their children good thing to do in their life. What I learned from all this now is I teach my children to do the same thing I did "give, love and share"
At that time, this may not have been understood, but as we grew, we found out how important these actions were and willingly, gave our belongings to others. Every year before Christmas, it was customary for my parents to ask us to give some of our toys, clothes, and anything that we wanted to give away to the homeless and poor children who did not have the lives that other children were privileged to. They taught us to love people no matter how poor, rich, greedy, big, and/or small they were.
Sharing and giving was a great event in our family. We learned what giving meant, when we shared and gave away those items that we might have cared for or simply had no use for, but others could care for and/or treasure. There is a saying that what is junk for someone, is a treasure for someone else. More importantly, was to give away some of the items we dearly wanted to keep, since this meant more than those we did not want to stay with. This was a more meaningful action, according to our parents. It meant that we were not giving away the leftovers.
I grew to learn and understand the importance of living with people of different walks of life, appreciate the similarities and differences, and learn to help humankind. I learned that although some people may lack material things, they are as important as those that are fortunate to have more. My parents taught us about brotherhood and sisterhood, to be able to live in peace within the community, and to cherish and appreciate that which we