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You see, our mom was our first and most important teacher. Sit up. Look people in the eye. Please, say please and thank you. Do your homework. Quit whining and stop complaining. Eat your broccoli, yes dad, she said that.
little things we learned became habits. And they lead to bigger things like be kind.
Always tell the truth, never disparage anyone, serve others, treat everyone as you would want to be treated, and love your God with your heart and soul. What a blessing to have a teacher like that 24 seven. Now to be clear, her students weren't perfect. That's an understatement. Mom got us through our difficult times with consistent take it to the bank unconditional but tough love.
She called her style a benevolent dictatorship but honestly it wasn't always benevolent