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Children are our most valuable natural resource. YOur view Please

Asked by Anand Agarwal, 18 Jun '09 12:12 am
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Yepzz...the president of chile once said " treat ur environment well as it is borrowed from ur children" many of the things we do tday is mostly for our child and they r the actual person to benefit all our hardwrk n sacrifice,,,they r the one tat giv us a purpose live and value our life wen they r grown up
Answered by vimaley coolen, 18 Jun '09 12:20 am

 
  
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The flag bearers of tomorrow ! They are indeed the most valuable and precious natural resource. You teach them, you train them, you inculcate values, and help them distinguish the difference between good and bad and by doing all that your actually making them so potent and knowledgeable. So you finally have the most valuable natural resources before you !!
Answered by Kavita Prsd, 18 Jun '09 01:08 am

 
  
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Wonderful statement indeed! Children are our most valuable natural resource. Children are tended and nurtured and cared for till they grow and attain physical maturity. A child even as a new born responds to your affection and love. This reciprocation strengthens the bond between the child and the parent. The parents envy each other to be the first to see the various stages of the child's development like crawling and then walking with tethering steps...and listening to their nonsensical babble which sounds like Sweet Nectar to their ears. When these children grow up the parents who are gnarled with age can contemplate on laying their heads on the shoulder of their children tired from their Journey of Life and that it the right time when the child should prove himself or herself their worth.
Answered by inquisitive, 18 Jun '09 12:20 am

 
  
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