The 10 Most Important Things I Learned From My Parents And Hope to Teach My Kids


  1. Health is the greatest wealth you will ever have.
  2. Education is the best gift we can give you; the rest is up to you.
  3. Respect Everyone – Treat Everyone the way you would want to be treated
  4. Patience is a virtue (I am still working on this one).
  5. Slow Down – The more you rush at something, the longer it will take to complete.
  6. Sieze the Day – Take each day at a time.
  7. Be Kind – It doesn’t take any longer to be kind.
  8. Be the Best you can – (truly) do the best you can.
  9. Family & Friends – The bonds of a family and true friendships are precious.
  10. The 99% Rule – Most people are good, only a few are not.

Sincerely,
@FrankCunhaIII

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10 Comments on “The 10 Most Important Things I Learned From My Parents And Hope to Teach My Kids”

  1. These are ALL Very IMPORTANT! Your LIST is Going to GROW by One MORE! CRAZY little thing Called “Crazy Little Thing Called “LOVE” I Have Received the BEST Gift in My JOURNEY to Find Myself! LOVING & Feeling Good about ME! I Teach OTHERS to Do the SAME!!!! I Think I am OVER My 140 Limit!!! Jajajajajajajaja

  2. titithedynamite reblogged this on titithedynamite and commented: Just 10??? lets see if we can find common ground here.

  3. cath says:

    Your parents taught you well. They also understood that our responsibility to our children is not only to feed and clothe them, but to TEACH them. That is the one intangible that carries our children through life with a rock solid foundation.

    Thanks for sharing.
    ~cath xo

  4. i have no doubt you will get this message throgh to your children – they have a great teacher

  5. Thank you for reminding us of the blessings and responsibilities of parents. blessings.!

  6. Diva says:

    I love this!!! I feel so luck ti have hd wonderful parents who love and support me!

  7. Maria Calle says:

    It’s Simply Excellent! I imagine, Religious Values go into the Education Point?
    Loved It!


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