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children should be treated the way you want them to treat you in your old age? and got a better answer
Response from Антон Владимирович[+++++]
My great-grandfather, a Cossack, often whipped his children and then grandchildren for their faults with a special leather belt that hung on the ceiling beam to intimidate them. And nothing, when he grew old, they fed him and kept him in the house of his youngest son, and when he died, they grieved the whole family. He not only beat them, but also taught them, fed them, guarded them, played with them, made all sorts of structures for games, etc.?
great-grandfather, a Cossack, often whipped his children and grandchildren for their faults with a special leather strap that hung on the ceiling beam to scare them. When he grew old, they fed him and kept him in the house of his youngest son, but when he died, the whole family grieved. He not only beat them, but taught them, fed them, guarded them, played with them, made them all kinds of structures for games, etc.
Children are selfish now and at their old age they will spit in their faces and that's it
Children need to be humiliated
Even a sack of good you can get two sacks of evil, just try to bring up good and holy children, and then it's a deal-breaker.
Now we're blowing the cult of children into their asses, time will tell what it will lead to
Imagine and alas - it has no effect on anything
I used to get nabbed like a sore goat. Now they are grown up. Loved and adored in every way. I have no worries about my old age.
There is no connection. You can put all your morals in a child and life will teach him differently or other reference points will appear. There are those who, even with the reverent attitude of their parents, spit on them in their old age. There are those who with age begin to appreciate not the best. It's all too individual. So do what you can to instill in them the principles that you think are right, and life will judge.