CHILDRENS RIGHTS: ALL religions of the world have laid great emphasis on the rights of parents and the duties of children towards them. According to Islamic teachings, to be obedient and to show kindness to parents has been enjoined in the Holy Quran in such a manner as to say that among the noble deeds, to obey parents, treat them respectfully and to show kindness to them is next to worshipping Almighty Allah. According to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), the parents of a certain person arehis Heaven or Hell. What this means is that if a person obeys his parents, attends to their needs and keeps them happy and comfortable, he will attain Paradise. On the other hand, if he is disrespectful and rude to them, offends them by ignoring their needs and feelings or causes them grief in any manner, his place shall be in Hell. In modern times, a trend has arisen whereby when parents come to be seen as a liability because of old age and physical weakness. They are then sent to 'old people's homes'.
But the stricture ordained by Islam makes it clear that shrugging off the responsibility of old parents serves as an invitation to Hell. Both the father and mother are equal when it comes to caring for them and providing them all possible physical comforts and mental peace. The time that the parents need to be looked after most, is in their old age. To serve them devotedly at that stage of their lives is the best way of pleasing Almighty Allah. It is also one of the easiest ways of attaining Paradise.
RIGHTS OF PARENTS: It is clear that after Allah parents are the persons who give us innumerable favors. They provide...
Reaction Paper: The Rights of Parents by Martin Guggenheim
The article discussed the three active roles present in family life, the child, the parents, and the State. Although family life is private and must only be between family members, the State can come into the picture whenever the intrusion of the government is needed. This possible act of the State is more of a form of regulation, for the child’s protection and best interest.
ParentalRights, were the parents can solely control and decide matters relating to the child, is paramount to the power of the State, except when the parent is found unfit. When parents are incapable of taking care of their children, the government comes in. Child rearing does not only mean feeding and providing for the child. It also involves shaping of values and outlook in life. The person who has the custody of the child must take the responsibility of teaching the child, in addition to providing for the basic needs.
Child custody is a rampant issue all over the world, especially in divorce or annulment cases. It is in my opinion that this battle between adults affects greatly on the development of the child. A certain case was discussed in the article, involving the custody battle between the children’s father and the maternal grandparents, where the father entrusted his children to the parents of his deceased wife for...
...Parents are not always right.
Parents, are humans. Humans, make mistakes. Everyone makes mistakes. However, most parents THINK they're always right. Because they think that they are older and more knowledgeable, (which is true) they will never make mistakes. However, it is because that they think that they're older and more knowledgeable they make the mistakes. Often, they do not admit their mistakes or they make up excuses like "I'm testing you". There are a handful of parents in this authoratative world which do admit to their mistakes, like mine, sometimes. However, they are still not always right.
Being right and thinking that you're right are two different things completely. If a parent keeps thinking he is always right, several problems will occour. If the child is powerless to the situation, or is in no postition to conduct an arguement, the child would be mistaken, resulting ina nother two possible outcomes. One, if the child is of a younger age, he will feel unjustly treated, but will let it pass. Two, if it is a teenager, he or she might hold a grudge against the parent, complicating issues. They will then be at an emotional war.
If the child is in a position to relatiate, things can get out of hand. The child might end up fighting with a parent in a heated arguement, where...
2. Parent documents for minimum 15 years
3. Encumbrance Certificate for minimum 15 years - Original
4. Sanctioned plan
5. Estimate for construction
6. Cheque favouring letter with Bank account details
FLAT PURCHASE (NEW)
1. Sale agreement for undivided share-Original
2. Sale deed for undivided share-Original-If registered alongwith encumbrance certificate reflecting title deed
3. Construction agreement for allotment of flat - Original
4. Encumbrance certificate for minimum 15 years
5. Sanctioned plan
6. Own Contribution receipts
7. Letter from builder
8. Copies of parent documents for minimum 15 years
9. Cheque favouring letter with seller's Bank account details
10. Inspection of original parent documents
11. Project Details(uds details with corresponding flat details)
OUTRIGHT PURCHASE OF HOUSE (OR) FLAT
1. Agreement of sale-Original
2. Parent documents for minimum 15 years
3. Encumbrance certificate for minimum 15 years - Original
4. Latest Property tax receipts
5. Draft sale deed incorporating HDFC clause
6. Cheque favouring letter with seller's Bank account details
7. Sanctioned plan
8. Own contribution receipts
9.Inspection of original parent documents...
...I don’t listen to my parents often, especially to my mom because whatever she tells me it hurts. She keeps on saying: “only your parents wish you well, they’re the only ones that hurt you in order to save you, and they’re the only ones who would die for you” every time she tells me not to do something, not to make friendship with someone, I don’t listen to her, I just go against the crowd. She told me not to hang out with some girls because they were mean and evil, but I did and they stamped me in the back. She told me not to fall for my best friend, but I did and here I am stamped in the heart. She told me not to trust people and keep my secrets for myself but I didn’t and now I regret. I wish so badly to be able to talk to her, to cry on her shoulder, to tell her she was right and I was wrong since the very first beginning. But I just can’t. She told me not to and I turned a deaf ear. I wish I could release my anger and disappointment. Tell her that her beloved daughter is suffering, fading, and yearning because of mistakes she could have avoided if she trusted the only person that would fall from a bridge for her, the only person that would face the whole world to see her smile. I have to live with my scars but at least I would’ve learned something: no matter how bad we love someone, no matter how strong is our trust and belief on someone. There are only two persons in this world that will never let you down, that will protect...
...article “Monster Parents”
8th September 2014
8th September 2014
Dear Mr. Leung,
Recently, I read your article on “Monster Parents” in the January 2013 issue of the English Channel. There are many outstanding points and some that I disagree with.
It has come to my attention that “Monster Parents” cling to their children. Most couples only have one child these days. Therefore it is obvious that they care and give lots of attention about their only child, it is totally understandable. However, they need to let go at some point. As you mentioned in your magazine, ‘While visiting the University canteen recently and seeing that half of the people there seemed like parents instead of students,’ I totally understand why parents would be overprotective of their only child also whilst at university.
As well as parents who go to University with their child, you also mentioned that parents were seen camping over night outside three Kindergartens in Tseung Kwan O. Some of the parents already started queuing up a day earlier to apply for places on Pre-nursery classes. Similarly, eager parents also filled Diocesan Boys School on...
...Building successful parent-teacher partnerships
Kevin J. Swick
Building successful parent-teacher partnerships
Kevin J. Swick
Atlanta, Ga.: Humanics, 1979, 81 p.; 28 cm.
The problems in the school life can be solved if teachers and parents work together as a team.
“The traditional concept of involving parents in the process of educating their children has typically been restricted to one-way communication approaches. Either the parent is talking at the teacher or the teacher is talking to the parent. Yet the real purpose of parental involvement in the educational process is to foster an improved learning climate and support system for the child. Parent-teacher confrontation models do little to foster the development of their environments conducive to effective interaction and learning for the child” (Swick, 7).
“parents and teachers must come to realize that their behaviors are much more important than their words in affecting the child’s self-concept. When parents and teachers work in complementary, supportive type roles as partners in the development of learning climates and support systems for young children, not only are they learning, but they are a vital part of the educational process” (Swick, 7).
“… the parent is the first and most important influence in the child’s development. It holds that the...
...Tribute to parents
There are people, who are special in our life.
Those special people are my parents,
Also sometimes known as spy agents.
Love of parents is unbound,
And it always stays around.
Sacrifices made by them can’t be measured,
And the memories have to be treasured.
They are full of charm,
And never mean harm.
They have a tender and caring heart
I don’t know where to start.
They might scold us,
And we would create a fuss.
But we still share the same love,
Gentle and soft like a dove.
When I cry, they see my tear,
And is difficult for them to bear.
When I’m sad and depressed
They feel tensed and stressed
They always take my worries,
And ship them away in ferries.
It cannot be expressed in words,
Or written down on cards,
That, my parents are angels from heaven.
At the beginning of the play, when Lord Capulet (Juliet's father) first asked Juliet to marry Count Paris, Juliet was obedient and took her father's words and advice seriously; she believed her parents wanted the best for her. They had a little distant but overall loving relationship; the father gave the orders, and Juliet followed them as best as she could, although the father's advice never hurt or harmed Juliet directly. For example, when the father asked Juliet to marry Paris, he thought Paris would be suitable for his daughter as he had status and money. Therefore, he could care for...
...Parents should be permitted to withhold vaccines from their school-age children
As this school year begins, parents have to bring proof that their child has received protections against the contagious diseases of early childhood. For most parents, this is not a problem, because their child has been receiving them ever since they were born. Many teachers, parents, and doctors are noting that autism’s numbers are increasing in school-age children. More attention needs to be paid to the factors related to the uniform requirements for, and provision of, treatments to all school-age children. These elements need to be properly and thoroughly evaluated to assure the safety of generations to come. Vaccine manufacturers have told parents that there is no clear link to the use of vaccinations for school-age children, and these protections continue to be a requirement, to access to education in this nation. There is an increasing need to provide education so that parents can fully understand the medical studies, reports, and risk ratios. Based on the appearance of autistic symptoms, in 4 out of 100 children, there is only a 4% risk.
But if your family has a child that has developed Autism, the ratio in you family is 100%. With the devastating impact of any of the diseases that these vaccinations provide protection for, there is broad support for immunization for all children. That support should...