You Should Love Your Parents

You Should Love Your Parents

You Should Love Your Parents

 

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Do you love your parents?

I suppose you do.

 

We grow up with them and their teachings. We feel their love and support whatever things we are doing except those that can ruin our life. Yes, our parents love us so much despite the many times we hurt and ignore them. Despite the many times, we make decisions without even consulting them. When we are far, they continue to love and monitor us. They are patiently waiting for us to come back home and be with them again.

 

I am able to say all these simply because I have my own parents and these are what I feel until now.

 

I love them as much as they love me. I dream big dreams for them. I dream of giving them a comfortable life and traveling in beautiful places with them. I am so proud of my parents and I show them respect. I am their proud son that despite the daily challenges, still, they were able to raise me like what I am now. Honestly, I miss them so much and I can’t wait to be with them again. Sometimes it’s hard but I have to endure the feeling.

 

Sorry for being emotional. Let’s move on to our topic.

 

You Should Love Your Parents

 

Yes, you should. Even if sometimes it’s hard especially if you don’t feel their love and support that they always see the wrong in you and the things you’re doing. After all, they are your parents. You cannot change that fact.

 

You should love your parents because they won’t stay with you any longer. Maybe a few years from now they will leave this world and join our Creator. You should show them how much you care and love them by giving them time despite how busy you are. Make the most of the time you’re with them. When you’re away like in my case because I am an OFW, set a schedule for Skype at least twice a month. Be excited about that moment. They are all the more excited than you.

 

You should love your parents because you owe your life to them except our God of course. If without them, you are not here around. They are the reason of your existence. They are the instrument of your physical presence. They are the channel of God’s love for you.

 

You should love your parents because they love you more than you do. I mentioned a bit about this earlier. Maybe you wonder why I need to mention it here again. It is because I consider it the most important reason why you should love them. They are worthy of your love and respect. Let them feel your love. Be proud of your parents. Don’t be ashamed of going out with them. You just don’t know how happy they are when they see you smiling.

 

These will be all for today. I hope I am able to help you in any way. As usual, I’d like to end with this,

 

“Our parents deserve our honour and respect for giving us life itself. Beyond this, they almost always made countless sacrifices as they cared for and nurtured us through our infancy and childhood, provided us with the necessities of life, and nursed us through physical illnesses and the emotional stresses of growing up.” –  Ezra Taft Benson

To your rich future,

 

Lebert “Futurich” Omac

 

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Lebert Omac

Lebert is a forester by profession and currently working as a sales associate in Abu Dhabi, UAE. He comes from a simple family of Bohol, Philippines and is the breadwinner of their family. Aside from making sure that his family is provided with all their needs, he is also passionate about faith-building at the same time building healthy and lasting relationships with everyone, especially to his fiancee. On top of all the things he's doing now, he also dreams of building a God-fearing and God-centered family in the future and eventually make it a mission in order to build a peaceful society. Growing up in a family where he feels all the love and support push him to pursue this dream.
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