Sincerity from the inside-woodmam

②Radiculously contradicting parents, often making them angry

  To contradict parents and make them angry is the most common manifestation of unfiliality. Because of the only child relationship, and because parents nowadays also increasingly want to get along with their children as equals, they do not deliberately put up a parental stance in front of their children in life. However, some children who don't know any better will think that such parents are not to be respected. This mentality is expressed in behavior, which is to contradict the parents. In words, there is no minimum respect and courtesy to parents, and even completely deliberately and parents to the opposite, parents say east, he must say west, the only purpose is to make parents angry.

  Of course, this does not mean that we should be obedient to our parents. When we find our parents' mistakes, we should point them out clearly, but we must be careful to find a way to talk in a calm way that is acceptable to both our parents and us, and never to contradict them at will and make them angry.

  ③ Exclusive possession of good things

  Many people feel that they are the children of the family, of course, all the good food and fun should be their own. So whenever there is something delicious and fun in the house that they like, they must have it all to themselves. In fact, this is also a sign of unfiliality.

  When we think about it, our parents willingly give us all the good things out of their selfless love for us. In turn, if we love them as much as our parents love us, shouldn't we do the same as they do? But in most cases, not only do we not voluntarily give our parents the best things in the house, but we take them without humility, or worse, we take them all into our own pockets without giving up. Many people do not allow anyone to move their chopsticks as long as their favorite dish is on the table; they do not allow anyone to move the remote control when there is a TV program they want to watch; they do not even allow their parents to touch the toys they like. The only thing in his eyes is himself, no one else, including his parents, how can this be considered a filial person?

  2. Overcoming points

  First, there is sincerity in your heart.

  Our parents' love for us is selfless, and although they don't want us to give anything in return, we have to be mentally prepared to repay them. For example, if our parents do something for us, we should learn to appreciate their pains. Or help our parents to do some chores that we can to ease their hard work. We all care about our own birthdays, but we should also celebrate our parents' birthdays, not that we have to make them as lively as possible, in fact, even doing one thing for them on their birthdays is crucial to show that our parents are also very important in our hearts. There is an example.

  There was a peasant family in the northeast who had a very difficult life, but the peasant couple raised all five of their children to be college students. One time, one of the children took a tortilla to school, and when he left the door, he realized he had forgotten one thing, so he walked back. He saw that his mother was licking the bowl he had just drank porridge from. He suddenly realized that after he left, there would be no food in the house today. He took out a cake and gave it to his mother and had to let her finish it before he went to school. This boy was so diligent that in gym class, others ran in brand-name sneakers, but he ran barefoot and still did well. Later, the boy went to graduate school, and later became an engineer in Changchun, and brought his parents from the mountains to Changchun to spend their twilight years.

  Second, learn to be considerate and caring.

  We get sick, our parents get sick, and they are often tired after a long day of work. Perhaps when our parents are sick, they always tell us not to approach them for fear of being infected or delaying their studies. But we should know that our parents, whether they are sick or tired, always need their family's unfailing care, and they will be glad if this care comes from us: the three women who went to the well to get some water.

  There were three women who went to the well to fetch water.

  One woman said, "My son is very clever and strong, and no one can match him."

  Another woman said, "But my son sings like a nightingale, and no one has such a beautiful singing voice."

  The third woman was silent, and the other two asked wonderingly, "Why don't you talk about your own son?"

  She replied, "My son has nothing special to say about anything."

  During the conversation, their buckets were filled with water and the three of them walked back with them. The bucket was heavy, and as they walked and stopped, their arms were getting sore from stretching and their backs were getting sore.

  Suddenly three boys came running towards them, and one child was running and doing cartwheels, and his mother looked admiring. Another child sang like a nightingale, and everyone listened intently. The third boy ran to his mother, took two heavy buckets from her hand and carried them away.

  Third, be polite to your parents, too.

  Many of us are more careful about our language at school or when we interact with people outside. But at home, it's a completely different story. Some people ignore their parents' words, and when they are impatient, they shout. Some people don't greet their parents in the morning at school, and they come home in the evening in a muffled manner. In fact, it is not necessarily that we take care of our parents when they are old and weak that we call it filial piety, but more often than not, filial piety to our parents is expressed in the daily chores. For example, saying "good morning" to our parents in the morning, saying "good night" to our parents in the evening, and saying "thank you" for what our parents have done for us.

  Fourth, we should face the challenges of life together with our parents and stand together through thick and thin.

  In life, we may encounter many unpredictable things. When misfortune happens, we can't just let our parents face the challenges of life while we stay out of the way. It is true filial piety for a family to face life together and to stand together through thick and thin.

  Henry's father died, and he has a two-year-old sister. His mother worked all day, but the money she earned was still not enough to fill the family's stomach. Looking at his mother's increasingly haggard appearance, Henry decided to help her earn money to support the family, because he has grown up, should contribute to the family's own strength.

  One day, he helped a gentleman find his lost notebook, and the gentleman gave him a dollar as a token of appreciation.

  Henry used the dollar to buy three shoe brushes and a box of shoe polish, and also made a wooden box by himself. With these tools, he went out into the street, and whenever he saw a passerby's shoes full of dust, he said to the gentleman, "Sir, I think your shoes need polish, I'll rub it for you."

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