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How to be a good friend. A friend who is a blessing, one who sticks with his friend through the ups and downs , not a fickle friend. I am not referring to sin, but even then, be a friend and reprove in order to love. I have seen far too many homeschooling young people allowing selfishness to dictate their friendships and appearing no different than the world. It saddens me. We should be different, salt and light. I am glad to see my kids sticking by their friendships from childhood as long as the other friend was willing. I believe that the statement, “I won’t make my kids be friends with anyone “, which I hear often, saddens me and teaches children to allow selfishness to lead them rather than godly principles.
To love others and be giving to others especially doing this in Jesus's name.
Empathy... It's the one trait that keeps all the others working effectively. Consider it the coach, the trainer, or the supervisor of all good qualities found in mankind. It's what maintains acceptance, compassion, understanding and tolerance, etc. and equally fuels determination, dedication, loyalty and respect, etc. Developing empathy within a child is crucial to the child's ability to positively impact the world around them and reach their potential as a significant part of... well, everything. Empathy is the one thing every human being needs that they can only get from another human being. Food, shelter, air, and basic human needs can all be acquired independently, without requiring another person for our provisions (although much easier to achieve w the help of others of course). Likewise, you can respect yourself, tolerate yourself, encourage yourself, etc. but, you cannot empathize for yourself... It's what we all must get from someone else. ❤️