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  • Happy Family
    314 words
    Describe your current family situation. The most important value that I hold is the family that make a better and easier life for people. I think if a person lacks family, certainly he or she never feels happy although he or she is a rich person. Family is very important to me, so I always want to build a happy family. Family is an important thing that my mother taught me when I was young. Family will always be there when you need them and ready to share the sadness or happiness in life with you...
  • Future Of The Family In Canada
    484 words
    What is the Future of the Family in Canada? The Canadian family is at a point where it is being challenged. Serious changes have occurred in the family in recent decades, however, it has not harmed the family beyond repair. The children of the future are not doomed. Infact data shows that families are evolving, families are still the most important thing in people's lives, and data shows that the future may have the 'traditional' family come back. Families all over the world are evolving. Struct...
  • Important Rule Of The Confucian Family
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    What has happened to Confucianism. For a long time, Confucian was accepted as the idea that a healthy society depended on a solid traditional family. Confucius himself, for example, called for people to put principle above selfish desires. People supported hierarchy. The rulers moral example would inspire the people to live good lives. But one begins to detect a new theme emerging in society especially amongst the Chinese reformers: the theme of individualism oppose to familial ism. Today, would...
  • Family Relationships
    643 words
    Q. In times of upheaval, it is one's family that is important. Discuss. First They Killed My Father is a highly emotional, moving account of the survival of a family - a family brought together through challenging times. The importance of family in the survival of Loung and her siblings throughout and beyond the Khmer Rouge years cannot be overstressed. Essential family values such as a mother's love for her children, obedience to caring father's advice and cooperation with each other through pu...
  • Important To Children And Their Families
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    The reason I chose to do my project on a game that can hit all three areas safety, health, and nutrition, is because all three areas are important to children and their families. As a parent I can easily justify the role a teacher has on the lives of our children. It is usually a parent does not know anything and the teacher is always right. In the eye's of a child. Many times well most of the time what you teach a child it usually stays with them, and if it is presented in a fun way it is almos...
  • My Family
    266 words
    The most important characteristics that I have, come from those my family has taught me for years. The care, dedication, effort, hard-working attitude, and pride that are significant to any success I may achieve, have all come to me by my family. Born the child of two immigrants who came here with very little, the importance of having a good work ethic was emphasized by my parents repeatedly. They have set a great example of being proud of what I do, no matter what, through their hard work in th...
  • Role Of The Family
    963 words
    The role of family has had a significant influence on individuals since the beginning of mankind, and still to this very day. The quality of our social relationships in groups such as family members or friends is the standard against which many of us judge the quality and happiness of our lives. Group connections provide individuals a sense of well being and hence form loyalty and responsibility towards others. The family is the most important one of all the groups that we belong. This essay aim...
  • Important Family
    308 words
    Just set back for a moment and think about a thousand acres, that's an area of land of almost mythic proportions. Just as the changes the people had to go through in this book. In this book the author takes material possessions and other tangible entities and identifies the characters through it. The awakenings begin when a father of a farm retires and divides his land between his daughters only to denounce them. This book discusses the secrets and betrayals of the people on the farm. When I rea...

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