enjoying post thanks for sharing, I agree with your post about 'planting the seeds' for them. So we ..... I couldn't agree more on what you wrote here.
We are born open-minded and inquisitive. Nurturing these wonders and allowing them to grow in our children, exposing them to all religions and aspects of life may develop understanding and compassion. There is no one right way to raise a child but there are many right ways.
@Shaon curious as to why you think most parents can't succeed at raising kids this way?
@vegforlife, I'm with you 100%. Oddly enough, I feel like those raised in super religious households tend to be less tolerant of others, and therefore less kindhearted.
Even though I do not plan on having children in the near future, I plan on raising my kid(s) the same way as Kimberly, even though I was raised Catholic. Kindness can be instilled in a child without religion, and at the end of the day, that is what is most important.
supper !I am trying to raise my kids to be agnostic, free-thinking, compassionate and peace-loving. ..... I think of you sp often, will visit more, and will always pray (because that's just what I do Take care, Linda ..... I agree with your post about 'planting the seeds' for them. So we ..... I couldn't agree more on what you wrote here:.
It's amazing to me how many parents attempt to do this and think that they can succeed at it.