Grand Parents says that to kids or any child, manners to respect the elders cannot be taught.
According to them, it is being learned from family attitude. Elders generally share their experiences to the children and tell them the pros and cons of the decision taken by them at that time.
Tasha Rube is a Licensed Master Social Worker in Missouri.
She received her MSW from the University of Missouri in 2014.
Getting old is the last stage in the cycle of life.
Natural changes affect our bodies, our mobility, and our senses.However, encouraging respect for elders is a wonderful and effective way to combat this phenomenon.It’s beneficial not only for children, but for their grandparents as well.Encouraging respect for elders should flow from a foundation of loving care by younger adults.An active grandparent who spends time with his or her grandchildren, participates in family life, travel and festivities is less likely to suffer the weight of old age.Respect comes from within the soul and not from outside world.For example, children gives respect to their parents when they able to understand the pure meaning of parenting.Elders are generally the person older than you or an individual.He/ she are the one who holds seniority or any higher authority to any concern.In India, respect to elders is given by touching feet’s of the elders like of Grand Parents, Relatives, Teachers and Parents.In places like villages and other backward communities, the way of showing respect is to give full bow and lie on the floor and the desi word given to it is Shashtaangh Dandwat Pradnaam.