The first thing to teach your child is to look up at a clear night sky. And not bent down his/her head on to mobile screens. Ask him/her to wonder about the star-studded sky. Let him/her think, how did it all come there?… Read the rest
A young man showed me his mobile and said, “This mobile is an extension of my hand.”* Yes, mobiles have become an integral and unavoidable part of our lives. The ability to connect with people instantly is truly awesome.
One missed call from an unknown number and curiosity to know who is it calling; might become your ticket to a romantic relationship.… Read the rest
It is quite natural to be anxious about your children. Your children are God’s gift to you. So they are precious. And they are the future.
At their young age, it is as if God has entrusted you with the awesome responsibility to raise them up as God-fearing citizens.… Read the rest
Respected teachers and dear friends,
Good morning to one and all.
Social networking sites such as Facebook and instant messaging services like WhatsApp have made building relationships easy, instant and colourful. Yet children should not close their eyes to the dangers in it.… Read the rest
Help your teenager open up and talk. Encourage him to have good friendships. Allow his/her friends to come home. Get to know them and talk to them yourself. When a child gets such support from parents it reduces a lot of peer pressure from him.… Read the rest
When you have a got a white sheet of paper and a set of colours be careful how you paint on it. You’ve got no second chance!
#School Teachers’ Concern
Recently a senior school teacher with more than 30 years of experience had The Use of Abusive Words by Students in School as the topic of her speech.… Read the rest