125. IS YOUR PARENT’S POVERTY ENOUGH REASON TO DISOBEY THEM? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - Jack Lookman - Rita Nnamani - Ire o

 125. IS YOUR PARENT’S POVERTY ENOUGH REASON TO DISOBEY THEM?



It is common for teenagers to have feelings of embarrassment or frustration when their family is having financial difficulties. You may believe that because of your parents’ financial situation, you should ignore or violate their advice. It is crucial to realize, though, that you should respect and obey your parents based on their wisdom and concern for you, not on how wealthy they are.

First of all, your parents are still valuable and capable of guiding you regardless of their financial circumstances. They probably have a wealth of life lessons and experiences, having overcome many obstacles. Their instructions and guidance are frequently motivated by a desire to see you succeed and steer clear of the challenges they have faced. Ignoring them due to their financial difficulties is like ignoring the depth of their love.

No matter how wealthy or poor they are, respecting your parents cultivates appreciation and empathy. Appreciating their leadership can be facilitated by acknowledging the sacrifices they make and the effort they put into your provision. Try to appreciate the spiritual and emotional support they bring, rather than concentrating on what they are unable to provide you materially. This viewpoint can improve your bond and lay the groundwork for mutual respect.

Refusing to comply, due to one’s financial situation can result in making bad choices. Because of their poverty, you may choose not to follow your parents’ advice and end up making bad decisions. Your parents frequently have your best interests in mind in the long run, thus it can be detrimental to ignore their advice, to miss out on chances for development and education; even if listening to them can be difficult,

In summary, you should not defy your parents because of their financial situation. Their financial hardships do not take away from the worth of their affection, insight, or counsel. Respecting and paying attention to your parents will help you cultivate appreciation, improve your decision-making, and forge strong moral principles. Remember that real respect and obedience during your adolescence stem from your parents' unwavering dedication to your welfare, not from their financial situation.

And remember that if you treat your parents badly, there’s a chance that your children may do likewise; irrespective of your riches or poverty.





Thank you very much for your time. 


This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)


Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).



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