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How do you demonstrate your appreciation and love towards your parents?

Is it easier for a mother to look after her ten children than for a child to care for his mother.
Discuss about it.

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- Gregory

17 comments:

  1. i think mother looking after 10 children is harder as the children are able to move freely but as the mother ages it would be harder for the mother to move about freely.the mother would not have enough power to command over her 10 children and she will get sick easily.

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  2. I think a mother looking after her 10 children is harder then a child caring for his mother as the mother needs to get enough money for all 10 of her children while the child only needs to get money to support his mother. Also the mother needs to take care of her children when they're sick and they might be sick at the same time. But the child only needs to take care of his mother when she's sick.

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  3. i think the children looking after the mother is harder. as the mother will get sick easily, the children have to take care of the mother at the same time, the children have to work.

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  4. It is definitely not easy for a mother to look after her ten children than a child to care for his mother. Caring for your mother is the least you can do to repay her after many years of her bringing you up. Imagine the burden of having to raise up 10 children at once.

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  5. I can demonstrate my appreciation and love by treating them good, respecting their decisions, helping them when they need it and taking care of them when they grow older.

    I think that looking after 10 children is much harder. A mother looking after 10 children is like only 1 person caring for so many people. However, for a child to care for his mother, the child would only need to care for one person.

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  6. I think a mother looking after her 10 children is harder then a child caring for his mother as the mother has to move around to watch her children, which becomes harder as she ages. While the child does not have to move around much to care for his mother, he only needs to earn the money to take care of her.

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  7. I can demonstrate my love and care for my parents by assisting them when they are stressed out, and by managing myself and my studies, so as to offer them an autopilot-like control of me, where they only have to handle basic things, such as providing for my necessities.

    I think that it is much harder for a mother to raise her 10 children than it is for the children to look after their mother. This is because it is harder for one person to look after 10 non-working people, who cannot support themselves, than it is in reverse.

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  8. I think a mother taking care after her 10 children is much more harder than than the child taking care for his mother. As the mother has to take care of all 10 of them and she has to earn more for them, but the child just needs to earn for 1 child.

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  9. I demonstrate my appreciation by sparing a thought for them. Helping them to reduce their burden.

    I think that the mother will have a harder time looking after her children. The mother will need much more energy to look after the 10 children than 1 child.

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  10. It is harder for a mother to raise ten children as a mother needs to raise 10 people but 10 children only need to raise one parent so there is less work for each child.

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  11. I can demonstrate my appreciation by listening to them and doing what they tell me to do.

    I think it is easier for a mother to take care of her child, because it takes a long time to take care of a child. The mother will have to look after the child from the day that he or she is born until he or she is married. Even then she will have to care for them.

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  12. I can demonstrate my appreciation and love by respecting them and taking care of them when they are old or in need.

    I think that a mother looking after 10 children is harder than a child caring for his mother as the mother has to supply more money and work more to earn the money that is being used to raise the children while each of the 10 children only needs to give the mother very little to look after his mother.

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  13. I think that it is easier for a mother to look after her ten children than for a child to look after his mother in our present context. Because, in our modern world, everyone is striving for a better life. Since everyone is trying to out do each other to impress the "higher-ups" to give them a raise in their pay, the amount of work they have to do increases. This in turn will cause the man/woman to spend less time with her family and more time on work which disallows the person to be able yo take care of their parents.

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  15. I can care for my parents by spending time with them, respecting them and also support them throughout their old age.

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  16. I can demonstrate my appreciation and love by treating with respect. Helping them with the chores(because I don't usually do the chores). :)

    It is harder for a mother to take care ten children than a child taking care a mother. The mother had to find a job to earn money for the education, food and other neccesary needs for the children.

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  17. I can demonstrate my love and care for my parents by assisting them when they are stressed out from their duties at home.When i grow up,i can take care of them when i can earn money to support them.

    It is much harder for a mother to raise her 10 children than it is for the children to look after their mother. A mother taking care of 10 children requires more time to take care of them and also more money.However,the child to take care of his mother requires less time and money.

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