only animals will leave when they grow up instead of take care of their parents.
but we are human beings knowing that we should repay our parents' love.......
BOGINYA wrote:I consider, that children have to take care of their old parents.
Konstantin wrote:bambang wrote:Welcome, Russians.
Thanks, nice to be here!
I always want to speak english with other people (not with russians!)
So, it's a people law - fistly parents care about you, then - you have to care about them. But not always parents are friends to their children...
Ded wrote:There are many children in our country whom have one parent. How do you think, must they care about his or her one parent(mother or father), who has grown his child all his life better or not?
spaintaiwan wrote:Be honest, it's quite controdictory. My personal experience is I did took after my Mom very well as she raised me up very hardly. I appreciate her a lot and nothing can describe how I'm grateful for her. But, ironically, I did nothing to my Dad as he never took his responsibility to the family when I was a child. His behavior hurt me a lot....
offspring wrote:I think that looking after elderly parents is a kind of appreciation for their effort to bring us up. Undoubtedly they sacrificed a lot during our growing up.
In addition, the day we will need our children's help is not so far. Therefore the personal example to our own children is the best way to teach them to take care for us later.
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