The part of the family in the advance of spirituality is profoundly important. The parents make sure that they nurture their children in a religious environment such that as the children grow up, they have a religious faith refer to when establishing their principles (Muggleton & Weinzierl, 2003, p. 250). The community as whole also has the responsibility of holding challenging members of the society who tend to relax or totally ignore fulfilling their responsibility as far as religious nurturing is concerned. I was also raised in a religious family. This influenced the shaping of my personality profoundly. I learnt to make decisions that are acceptable to the society. Thus, in the initiatives I take, I weigh for their appropriateness and whether they are right or wrong. Moreover, whether they affect the people in the society positively or negative is a factor to consider so as to take care of the other person as taught in the religious nurturing.
In Bangladeshi, education is a profoundly valued. Schooling is, therefore, mandatory for every child in order to gain the learning that the society intends for him or her (Muggleton & Weinzierl, 2003, p. 254). The family has a significantly important role in the pursuit of education by the child. This is by their obligations to ensure that their children education is facilitated for (Muggleton & Weinzierl, 2003, p. 254). They also have the responsibility of motivating the children in order to keep aiming to achieve academically. This is done by them presenting themselves as the first live models for the children so that they can be motivated to achieve as the parents and the society intend them to. The government has a central role to play too in as far as children’s education is concerned. The government’s input is seen through its provision of the human resource, teachers, and education institutions in order to deliver education services to its citizens (Muggleton & Weinzierl, 2003, p. 256). In school,