Not sending parents to old age
According to WHO statistics, there are million older people living today, and this number is expected to increase over 2 billion in another 35 years. This idyllic picture is far from reality. Contemporary Children's Literature 18 6.
Neglecting old age parents
Children learn from parents and in future they will surely be facing same circumstances as of what they are doing to their parents. If for some reason, the old parents are not treated with respect and care at home, then rather than suffering a life of humiliation, it is better to move into an old age home where at least their self respect will be intact and they will get some company in the form of other old people. They feel sad at what they see — the elderly spending the rest of their lives, lonely and unhappy. For example, children should be taught to honor and respect their elderly parents. Old people are also not easy to take care of. For instance if the children are staying in a different country or city and if the parents do not want to spend the last years of their life in an alien environment then old age homes might be a good option with occasional travel to spend some time with their children. The government should follow this legislation which is beneficial to parents against parent dumping. Instead of receiving love of their children, daughter-in-law and grand-children, they are getting humiliation, negligence and disrespect. They might not have a close relationship with their children because they have spent most of their time on earning money. In fact, elderly people have more experience in doing housework and taking care of children. Many opine that a practical way of looking at old age homes is that the elderly can avoid abuse at the hands of their children once they are too old to contribute to the income of the family and they can live their lives peacefully without any worries; food and medication will at least be at hand when they need it. Another problem is their emotions. On the way home to the village of Marlott, a middle aged peddler named John Durbeyfield encounters an old Parson who surprises him by calling him "Sir John". People in old age homes often feel caged in and abandoned and live lives of boredom with nothing to look forward to.
The debate has heated among the community today. Should a barangay is under the Islamic faith, he is called a Rajah.
One should throw away that kind of prejudice that old people are useless. On the way home to the village of Marlott, a middle aged peddler named John Durbeyfield encounters an old Parson who surprises him by calling him "Sir John".
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Their child wanted to bring the basket back home after that.
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