"What should we Teach our kids about the dignity of labour ..."
(original from RUPAL PATEL)
Asked by bharat kumar, 21 Jul '07 10:40 am
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We should teach our kids that washing our own laundry, making our beds, sweeping floors, or even washing our own dishes, cleaning our own bathrooms is not a menial job. People in other countries maintain their houses without a servant. Only Indians are dependent on servants. Also, in earlier times, waiter's job was considered a menial job while now a days this job is equivalent to a Doctor's job.Answered by Alok Pande, 21 Jul '07 10:50 am
It is very important as respect for all sections of society irrespective of the type of labour/work they perform is a must and the basic human rights.Answered by Saj Sierra, 22 Jul '07 05:07 pm
It should be included in school syllabus alongwith sex education. The importance of labour and the physical & mental strength they are using to promote and give one product. By which, rich persons are grown up an poor persons are surviving. Six days you shall labor and do all your work.Answered by Paul Skumar, 21 Jul '07 10:43 am
CHCHOTA HO YA BARA HO, KOI KAAM BURA NAHIN HOTA !Answered by Deepak Bhatia, 21 Jul '07 10:42 am