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Parents should not limit their chaild's learning circle.
I am not a professional writer. I am writing for parents for the first time. I hope you will agree. This is my observation and experience.
It is commonly said that traits in children are passed on from parents to parents, and this is true. Children are attached to us parents for a while. This is the time when children cannot sit and this period ends when children learn to walk and speak on their own. After learning to walk and talk, children begin to learn about people other than their parents, including people in the neighborhood, shopkeepers, school car drivers, school and in-school workers.
The child's learning circle gradually increases, but I observe that we parents take steps to limit this child's learning circle.
My wife and I lived in the village. We will shift from the village to the city for better education of the children.
At that time our children had a son and a daughter. The son was six years old and the daughter was three years old.
After shifting to the city, we enrolled our son in the school. The school was close to home.
Our son would tell us what he learned from school.
Along with us, he would tell his sister everything he had learned from school.
At this point, information about our son began to arrive in our home. I was watching the whole process closely. Most of the information coming into the house through the son was being passed on to the daughter and the daughter would get more information about this information from me and my wife.
This process of children's learning continues through its various stages. One day our son and daughter will buy something from the general store near their house.
In the past, whenever the children went to the general store to buy something, they would come back in more time than that time, so I went out of the house to find out about them at the general store.
There were five houses between our house and the general store. I saw the children standing in front of the house in front of the general store holding each other's fingers.
They are not talking to each other and they are not moving. They are just standing in this house.
I found it very strange what was in the house that the children were watching.
I walked slowly closer to the children and was surprised to see that the children
In the front house, an elderly couple was watching. The elderly couple were so old that they did not know anyone was standing outside watching them
The two children had gone out of the house to buy something from the general store, but before the general store, these children would not only stop to see the elderly couple, but would also be unaware of the situation around them.
The children were listening to the elderly couple. There was a gate between the children and the elderly couple. The children could not enter through the gate and the elderly couple could not get up
and come out.
Seeing this scene made me realize how important it is for children to have adults in their home as well as learning materials. How much the children miss the absence of the elders in the house.
Because when I got home with the kids, these were the questions the kids asked me and my wife
Dad, where do these old people meet?
Why don't we have two elders in our house?
Why didn't these two elders talk to us?
Don't the elders talk to others?
Why do the elderly live on this side of the street?
You bring us elders too
We will also keep the elderly at home.
From these children's questions, I learned that a lot of knowledge is passed on from children to adults.
And the fact is that at the age of childbearing, parents also earn a living. It also takes time to make a living. At the same time, children are also needed and they want to have their own answers with them at all times so that they can ask everything.
What they want to ask. They can learn everything that children want to learn. It may not be so important in Western society, but in the East there is no denying it.
The parent and child unit exists in both societies. As members of this unit, we should benefit from each other's experiences.
Western society is wasting a great deal of knowledge by deeming this family system unnecessary.
Just because raising your own elders at home is an expensive task, but you can be sure that the elders at home are full-time coaches. There are full time teachers. There are machines for the elderly children in the house which are ready to tell and teach something to the children all the time.
These elders pass on their experience to future generations.
While a tutor can stay in your home just to teach your children for a fee?
Your answer will be no
In response to the children's questions, we would shift back from the city to the village where full-time elders were available to answer the children's questions. I have learned from this process that not all parents can pass on all the traits to their children. No one else can pass this part of, so I will tell the newlywed parents not to let the relationship break. Breaking this relationship will leave your children's learning incomplete.
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I am from a small village in Sindh .I am a teacher by profession. This time I also voted for PTI .PTI was successful from our provincial constituency .PTI was also successful in the federation. We formed the government. We and all the voters of PTI were very excited. Now we will get one crore jobs. Millions of houses will be built .Every man will have access to very good medical facilities .Regular measures will be taken in education .Nets of roads will be laid .The fate of our farmers will change .Loadshedding will be relieved. The order will be very good. Inflation will be eradicated. And everything will be plentiful .We were even more excited when the PM House vehicles were sold .The Governor House was opened to the public .Nab saw these actions, I was convinced that the fate of this nation. It 's time to change .With the passage of time, our enthusiasm has been declining .We are facing road loads for hours .Patients die on the way due to lack of ambulance .Dog bite vaccines in our hospitals. I do not get it .The mother of the poor dies by rubbing her heels due to lack of medicine. Even today people are committing suicide due to lack of warm clothes and food at home. Our farmer is in the same position even today. He has to take money on interest from middlemen to cultivate the land. It may not be known to government members that medicines have become hundreds of times more expensive .And our innocent ministers may not even know where the prices of sugar, ghee and flour have reached .The law and order situation is such that day Anyone is robbed in the daytime. Tribal strife has become our destiny. Hundreds of people have lost their lives because of this. Is it not in the knowledge of the federal or provincial government or is it deliberately ignored? One day Hazrat Umar bin Abdul Aziz cried a lot when he was asked the reason. He (may Allah have mercy on him) said: If a kid of a goat dies on the banks of the Euphrates, then ask Umar bin Abdul Aziz. He was sitting and crying. Someone asked him, "Why are you doing this?" He said, "A goat was passing by on a broken bridge. A goat's leg was broken. I am afraid that on the Day of Resurrection, Allah Almighty Don't ask why the goat's leg was broken. Mr. Prime Minister, a poor man doesn't care who the NAB caught and who is being prosecuted. It doesn't even mean becoming a JIT because of the high price of sugar and the scarcity of flour .It doesn't matter what the relationship between the federal and provincial governments is. It doesn't even know if your relationship with the world is good or bad. It doesn't even mean the Senate election. It does mean that his children do not go to bed hungry. His mother is not afraid of medicine. The farmer is looking at you with sadness. This nation wants to get rid of load shedding. Poor people want to get rid of inflation. In recent days, Karachi has sunk. Federal and provincial governments have been throwing mud at each other. Was the rain so sudden that the federal and provincial governments could not prepare for it in advance? Did the federal government wait for the package to be announced after Karachi sinks and the work of cleaning the canals begin? Karachi has become a pile of rubbish. Karachi had given you a mandate because you will change their destiny. Karachi is screaming at you. The people there are calling you for water. Please listen to their cries. Pay attention to the people of Thar who are suffering from malnutrition even today. Sir, when you talk about the state of Madinah, your heart becomes cold. Hazrat Umar (RA) stays up all night in Madinah. He knew the situation. He was the lowest paid ruler. He used to take only two pairs from Bait-ul-Mal in a year. Recently, a news item was circulating on TV channels. Dogs were seen walking in the car of a government official. An incident of Hazrat Umar bin Abdulaziz was remembered. He (may Allaah have mercy on him) ordered a reduction in office expenses and said that when writing on paper, the pen should be thin and the lines should be close together so that the paper can be saved. It is reported that the daily cost of the commander's kitchen is one thousand dirhams. He (may Allah have mercy on him) was very saddened and invited him to his house. He (may Allah have mercy on him) deliberately delayed the meal. So he (may Allaah have mercy on him) asked for barley porridge because the commander was very hungry, so he started eating porridge, but the commander's stomach was full by the time the meal arrived, so he said to him (may Allaah have mercy on him): He refused and said, "My Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) has filled my stomach." He (may Allaah have mercy on him) explained to the commander, Once a few dinars were lost in the treasury, you wrote to the administrator that you But you have to swear to satisfy the Muslims. You have been the caliph for two and a half years. Your caliphate is within a year. The conditions of the people have started to change. The people need charity and zakat. Yahya bin Saeed (may Allah have mercy on him) said: You sent me from Africa to receive alms. I received alms and started looking for the poor. Distribute the alms, but I did not find any poor person. So I paid the alms. The Hazara community has been oppressed for years. They have been protesting. Prime Minister, in previous governments, you have also been seen protesting in their favor. Now is the time to do something. You are also in power. The Hazara community is watching you. They have high hopes for you. We and many others like us consider you to be the true Messiah and have high hopes for you. Make the state of Madinah and the real T. Bring replacement.
Malik Ghulam Rasool
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WINDSOR — Queen Elizabeth bade farewell to Prince Philip at a funeral on Saturday that celebrated his seven decades of service and gave grandsons William and…
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- WINDSOR, ENGLAND - APRIL 17: The Duke of Edinburgh's coffin, covered with His Royal Highness's Personal Standard arrives at St George's Chapel carried by a bearer party found by the Royal Marines during the funeral of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor Castle on April 17, 2021 in Windsor, England. Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark was born 10 June 1921, in Greece. He served in the British Royal Navy and fought in WWII. He married the then Princess Elizabeth on 20 November 1947 and was created Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth, and Baron Greenwich by King VI. He served as Prince Consort to Queen Elizabeth II until his death on April 9 2021, months short of his 100th birthday. His funeral takes place today at Windsor Castle with only 30 guests invited due to Coronavirus pandemic restrictions.Photo by WPA Pool /Getty Images
- WINDSOR, ENGLAND - APRIL 17: The Land Rover Defender carrying the coffin of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh is followed by members of the Royal family as it makes its way to St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on April 17, 2021 in Windsor, England. Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark was born 10 June 1921, in Greece. He served in the British Royal Navy and fought in WWII. He married the then Princess Elizabeth on 20 November 1947 and was created Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth, and Baron Greenwich by King VI. He served as Prince Consort to Queen Elizabeth II until his death on April 9 2021, months short of his 100th birthday. His funeral takes place today at Windsor Castle with only 30 guests invited due to Coronavirus pandemic restrictions.Photo by WPA Pool /Getty Images
- Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Peter Phillips look on during the funeral of Britain's Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth, who died at the age of 99, in Windsor, Britain, April 17, 2021. Chris Jackson/Pool via REUTERS ORG XMIT: GDNPhoto by POOL /REUTERS
- A military hat rests on the coffin of Prince Philip as it is transported by the hearse, a specially modified Land Rover, during the funeral of Britain's Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth, who died at the age of 99, on the grounds of Windsor Castle in Windsor, Britain, April 17, 2021. Leon Neal/Pool via REUTERS ORG XMIT: GDNPhoto by POOL /REUTERS
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Prince Philip funeral: Prince Philip is laid to rest as the Queen sits alone - CTV News
Queen Elizabeth II and her family paid their last respects to Prince Philip at a funeral on Saturday that celebrated his naval past, his international heritage and seven decades of service in which he helped guide the queen through repeated crises.
WINDSOR, ENGLAND -- Sitting by herself at the funeral of Prince Philip on Saturday, Queen Elizabeth II cut a regal but solitary figure: still the monarch, but now alone. The Queen sat apart from family members at the simple but sombre ceremony at Windsor Castle, in accordance with strict social distancing rules during the coronavirus pandemic. But if the ceremony had been for anyone else, at her side would have been her husband of 73 years, who gave a lifetime of service to the crown. Wearing a face mask, the Queen was dressed all in black, except for the diamond brooch that flashed on her left shoulder -- a piece she had often worn on engagements with her husband. The monarch's four children -- Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward -- sat nearby, as did the Queen and Philip's eight grandchildren. The stripped-back service made their loss somehow more personal for people who often live their lives in public. Just 30 mourners were allowed to attend the service for the prince, who died April 9 at the age of 99. The entire royal procession and funeral took place out of public view within the grounds of the castle, a 950-year-old royal residence 20 miles (30 kilometres) west of London, but was shown live on television. Hundreds of people lined the streets outside the castle to pay their respects to the prince. Some held Union flags and clutched flowers, while others wore custom face masks featuring the royal's photo. "We have been inspired by his unwavering loyalty to our Queen, by his service to the nation and the Commonwealth, by his courage, fortitude and faith," the dean of Windsor, David Conner, said in his call to prayer. The nation honoured Philip with a minute's silence observed across the United Kingdom at 3 p.m., its beginning and end marked by a gun fired by the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery. The final shot signalled the start of a funeral service steeped in military and royal tradition, but infused with the duke's personality. Philip's body was carried to St. George's Chapel at the castle on a Land Rover that the prince himself had specially designed. It was followed by members of the Royal Family, including Princes William and Harry, who made their first public appearance together since Harry and his wife, Meghan, gave a controversial interview to U.S. television host Oprah Winfrey in which they discussed the difficulties of royal life and how the two brothers had grown apart. The procession traversed the grounds of Windsor Castle, passing military detachments arrayed under bright blue skies. Inside the medieval Gothic chapel, the setting for centuries of royal weddings and funerals, this service was quiet and without excessive pageantry. Philip was deeply involved in planning the ceremony. At his request, there was no sermon. There were also no eulogies or readings, in keeping with royal tradition. Former Bishop of London Richard Chartres, who knew Philip well, said the 50-minute service reflected the preferences of the prince, who was a man of faith but liked things to be succinct. "He was at home with broad church, high church and low church, but what he really liked was short church," Chartres told the BBC. Philip's coffin was draped with Philip's personal standard, topped with his Admiral of the Fleet Naval Cap and sword. The sword was given to him by his father-in-law, King George VI, on the occasion of his marriage to the queen in 1947. The monarch offered her own touches to the day. Ahead of the funeral, Buckingham Palace released a photo of the queen and Philip, smiling and relaxing on blankets in the grass in the Scottish Highlands in 2003. The palace said the casual, unposed photo was a favourite of the queen. Composing a wreath atop the coffin were flowers chosen by the queen, including white lilies, small white roses, white freesia, white wax flower, white sweet peas and jasmine. A note from the monarch was attached, but its contents were not disclosed. The funeral reflected Philip's military ties, both as the ceremonial commander of many units and as a veteran of the Royal Navy who served with distinction during World War II. More than 700 military personnel took part in the commemorative events, including army bands, Royal Marine buglers and an honour guard drawn from across the armed forces. Lt. Gen. Roland Walker, regimental lieutenant colonel of the Grenadier Guards, said his unit was honoured to take part because of its close relationship with the prince. Philip served as regimental colonel of the guards, its honorary leader, for 42 years. "This is a privilege," he told the BBC. "Because my understanding is he planned this, so we're here because he wanted us to be here, and that, I think, down to the junior guardsmen, is a known fact." William and Harry were part of the nine-member royal contingent, although their cousin, Peter Phillips, walked between them. There was no obvious tension between the brothers, whose relationship has been strained since Harry's decision to quit royal duties and move to California. After the service, they walked back to the castle together, seeming to chat amiably. Their appearance at the service stirred memories of the 1997 funeral of Princess Diana, when William and Harry, then 15 and 12, walked behind their mother's coffin accompanied by Philip. As Philip's coffin was lowered into the Royal Vault, Royal Marine buglers sounded "Action Stations," an alarm that alerts sailors to prepare for battle -- included in the service at Philip's request. He will rest there, at least until the queen's death, alongside the remains of 24 other royals, including King George III, whose reign included the years of the American Revolution. The queen and Philip are expected to be buried together in the Royal Burial Ground on the Frogmore Estate close to Windsor Castle. For decades, Philip was a fixture of British life, renowned for his founding of the Duke of Edinburgh's Awards program that encouraged youths to challenge themselves and for a blunt-spoken manner that at times included downright offensive remarks. He lived in his wife's shadow, but his death has sparked a reflection about his role, and new appreciation from many in Britain. "To be perfectly honest I didn't realize the extent (of) what his life had been, what he had done for us all," said Viv Davies, who came to pay her respects in Windsor. "He was a marvelous husband, wasn't he, to the queen and the children? Just remarkable -- and I don't think we will see the like again." ------ Jill Lawless reported from London.