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Michael Laitman, PhD

Every Move Is an Example

The examples that parents give to children through the relationships between them will be passed on to their children’s lives with their partners, and will exist in the families that they have.

We learn from examples and become educated by examples. We imitate everything we see during childhood. Therefore, we must present children with an image in which there are no problems.

An alcoholic father, a fight over something involving one of the parents’ parents—a child will copy those examples and will search for them in his or her life.

Similarly, if there is something in common between the mother and the father, some inner bond that is higher than this life, and this is what keeps them together, the children will feel it. They feel that there is some sublime, yet solid basis that keeps their parents together above all that is happening.

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