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June 15, 2012 / Gul Malani

Unconditional Love, Respect and Understanding!

What gives lifelong strength and empowerment to our children is when their parents give them lifelong unconditional Love, Respect and Understanding! Unconditional love and respect is when we do not expect anything in return from the child and we accept him/her as he/she is now and not sometime in the future when he/she has achieved something that we parents want! This can happen only when we parents are totally conscious and in peace with our own selves!

But is this the case in most of the families? The answer is a definite No! What is the way out then?

Ideally, all persons responsible for bringing up children should have discovered who they really are. This is the subject matter of the blog www.livelifefully.in ! Only when we have discovered ourselves, learnt to live fully in the present moment, a state of full Awareness, we can give unconditional Love, Respect and Understanding to others including our children. If you visit this blog, you will notice that such an important but simple subject is covered in a mere 20 plus posts! One can discover one’s own self instantaneously. All one has to do is to become aware of the present moment when our Ego (pseudo I) disappears and our pure unattached Intellect appears! At the worst, it will take less than 30 days if we devote one day to each post for reading, understanding, experiencing the knowledge contained in that post and discovering the truth ourselves!

Our children need us and are longing to get their parents to love, respect, understand and discuss with them and help them bloom into beautiful and capable adults. So, we parents need to discover ourselves at the earliest!

The key word is ‘respect’ – for my child, for myself, and for the unlimited possibilities of what can happen when two people of good will put their heads together. -Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish

What’s important for the child is that he continues to see himself as part of the solution rather than part of the problem – Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish

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