Monday, 31 December 2012

..T H E S I B L I N G..

Hi Tuesday, 
Assalamualaikum people. :)

In Ipoh, it seems like wanna rain. ohh, raining. May Allah bless these earth. ;) 

Okay, we all know the importance of family, right? Most of people believe that parents have the greatest influence on who we are and how we behave when growing up. Yes, this is true. By the way, the siblings can have as much or more influence on each other’s outlook in life as their parents do. I discovered that sisters are critically important to a family’s wellbeing. If a family has at least one girl, it is likely that family will be more open and communicative than a family that only has boys. This effect is usually strongest when the eldest child is a girl. There is something about the nurturing role of an elder sister that can really promote a sense of belonging and closeness for all her younger siblings. I rode a book about these yesterday, and I found that having a sister “protected adolescents from feeling lonely, unloved, guilty, self-conscious and fearful. It didn’t matter whether the sister was younger or older, or how far apart the siblings were agewise.” So the message is clear. Value your sisters and brothers for the unique gift that they bring you. They are the foundation on which to build a great friendship circle. They can help you at times when no others can. They understand and know you in ways that no one else will. And the reason is obvious. Siblings know each other from the very start of life. They share the journey from childhood to maturity. If they do not know you inside out, who else ever can? 

Having a sister is like having a best friend you can’t get rid of. You know whatever you do, they’ll still be there.

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