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The parent asks that if we can afford something then why not give it to them. Sandeep answers, 'To break the chain of yeses'.
If you give something in excess, its value decreases. So if a boy is filled up with toys, they won't be valuable to him.
And if you really give him everything he wants, he won't have the courage to listen a NO when he grows up. Hence, you must break the chain of yeses after some fixed period of time.
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No matter how much foolish or irritating their questions are, kindly respect them.
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They have come through you doesn't mean that they are yours.
The love must be unconditional.
And please protect their privacy and don't have doubts on them.
NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THEM.
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