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14 Different Strokes of Our Duties


Different Strokes of Our Duties(不同的义务)

  Life teaches us to live. To live, you have to exist. To exist, you should have a passport to this living world. Thanks to your parents, who brought you into this world.

   Parents have taken care of us and satisfied all our needs. They helped whenever we were hungry, afraid or iii. They were always there by you, whenever you needed them. You almost assyned that they would always be there for you and never thought of how your life would be without them. But as you grow up, age also catches up with your parents and they need your help and support.

    Man is a child first, after which he attains his youth. After youth he again goes through the second phase of childhood, also called as old age. This is the phase where everyone needs a cornfort of a sense of belonging and being taken care of. Woulch‘t we all expect the Same of security when we grow old? Even our parents are expecting us to be their caretaker, as they grow old.But they never make that obvious to us. They do their further duty by taking care of their grandchildren, paying e-bills, giving the clothes for laundry etc.

   Isn‘t it unfair on our part that we aren‘t giving them what they need the most? It is our prime duty to take the very best care of them. It‘s our pay back time. Let‘s give the same sense of emotional security, care and love to our parents in their old age.

  生活教我们如何生活。要生活,你首先必须存在。要存在,你应该有一张通往这个世界的护照。感谢你的父母,是他们把你带到了这个世界。

  父母照顾着我们,满足我们所有的需要。无论何时我们饿了、害怕了或病了,他们都会帮助我们。无论何时你需要他们,他们总是在你身边。你几乎认为,他们总会在那里;从没有想过,没有他们你的生活会怎样。但是,当你长大时,你的父母也在变老,他们需要你的帮助和支持。

  人开始时是个小孩,然后他长成一个年轻人。青年期过后,他又经历第二个儿童期,即老年期。这个时期,每个人都需要一种归属感,需要照顾。我们变老时,不也会期盼同样的安全感吗?我们的父母也希望他们年老时我们会照顾他们。但他们从不向我们明确地说出来。他们会尽更多的义务,照顾利,子孙女,付电子账单的费用,把衣服拿去洗衣店,等等。

  我们没有给他们最需要的东西,这是不是不公平?尽量照顾好他们是我们的首要义务。是该我们回报的时候了。让我们在父母年老时给他们同样的情感安全感、关心和爱。

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