To start, answer this simple question. If your parents were ordinary people, not members of a family, for example, a work colleague, or neighbor in the apartment, we would support you with them a friendly, warm relationship? If YES, then quit, because this article is not for you. If not, and back to ask me: – if you can’t love your parents, whether you WANT them to love? If you want to love, but can’t, then I ask you – why do you need to love them? Yes, for what?
Maybe for what you NEED them to love? But if so, who needs? If you are, then WHY NEED to love someone? Maybe because it made? But by WHOM TAKEN? WHO IS THIS “SOMEONE”? Can a society? If so, remember at least five people approving it. Personally I can’t think of one person. If you still find five people, it is definitely not the company, for a total of five people.
The fifth commandment of Moses: “Honour thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee”, says it is about the respect for parents that can be regarded by people as, “love your parents”, and to form public opinion. If so, then love and respect, not quite the same concept. For example, I can respect, but not love. But, if I love, and respect at the same time.
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Any person who is engaged in personal growth or spiritual development, is faced with the question of the relationship with parents. It appears to be happy and live life to the fullest, you first need to resolve this issue. The Scriptures teach that it is impossible to achieve any success in spiritual life, having a bad relationship with their parents. In Orthodoxy, for example, even has a separate commandment concerning this issue: “Honour thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee” (Exodus 20:12) .
I have a complicated relationship with her mother, a very different Outlook on life. So I was wondering what we have to their parents . and what is not. This really interesting information I found. She has placed all points over i, I became clear about my responsibilities as a daughter, to parents. What we have to their parents, and what is not required?
To recognize their parents. This means to say that these people are my mom and dad. Even if one or both left me and didn’t raise. Even if one of them we don’t know. In any case, this man or woman is our parent. The Lord gave us life through this man. It means that there is a deeper meaning, which we may foolishly be understood not yet in force. To take them. Accepting means to stop build the illusion that I could be other parents. What my parents Continue reading
Lesson purpose: the Formation of ideas about the relationship between parents and children in a Muslim family
Objectives of the lesson:
•to Expand students ‘ knowledge about the rights and duties of parents and children in Islamic family
•to Acquaint with the features of upbringing children in an Islamic family
•to Develop in students the skills of a culture of dialogue, debate
•to Foster love, respect, responsibility to their parents
Activities: educational dialogue, oral story on the topic, discussion, tutorial
Equipment: multimedia projector, books, quotes, Proverbs, videos: “Parable “conversations with God” and “the Hadith about parents’
1. Organizational moment
Teacher: we All were able to gather,
Work together to take.
We will think, talk,
Can we lesson to start
2. The message topics and lesson objectives
Guys, we continue our study of the theme “the Family in Islam”. Today we will talk about the relationship between parents and children Continue reading