The world doesn’t owe me anything. I don’t have the attitude that I’m gonna get stuff for free from anyone so I work for everything I want and need. You earn what you have.
Ya you have to work for things.
That is super valuable.
Working for everything you have is a super important lesson. Lots of grandparents grew up in a time where if you didn’t work for what you wanted, you most likely weren’t going to get it.
That is a good lesson to learn and know.
They showed me that too.
That’s a really good lesson to live by.
I think that that’s a super good way to live by
Each person is responsible for their own selves, and it’s an important lesson that needs to be taught to children
My grandparents taught me to work hard when you get something in your head to keep at it till you achieve your goal. They want me to succeed at sports especially because my grandpa loves them.
He wanted you to be good so that you didn’t shame the Hobbs name.
This is a great lesson!
Never giving up is important to learn. If you are going to reach your goals, you have to work hard.
I also like sports and so do my grandparents they like to watch them and they like that I play sports.
The best lesson I ever learned from my grandparents is to be yourself. Both of them are quirky and funny with each other and they don’t care who sees. One day, I aspire to be as carefree as they are.
Being yourself is a great lesson
The best lesson my grandma has ever taught me was to be kind and to never judge. I feel this is such an important lesson because many people judge others before they know the full situation and use this in how they treat that person. We need to be kind to anyone and everyone, judging is something that can be harmful to the person doing it more than the person being judged.
That is a very important lesson that everyone should learn.
We need more people to be taught not to judge.
Many people should be taught this lesson it’s important to our humanity.
The best lesson my step dad ever taught me was to work hard and to do more than the minimum. The way he taught me was not the best way but it worked. I learned this lesson by stacking wood all day and half the night until it met his standards.
Weird... I’ve always been told to not do anything you don’t have to do.
That seems like it is a pretty sound method.
My grandparents on my dads side always taught me to make sure I was doing what I loved. It worked out for them I suppose since I’m a photographer now and they can give me all of their antique cameras instead of trying to get them sold.
That’s cool. Also it’s nice that you get cameras as a hand me down and you’re doing what you love.
When did you learn that you loved photography?
My grandma taught me how to cook. Cooking is something you need to know how to do. I am not as good as her, but I try.
Cooking is a good thing.
It’s good to know how to cook.
Cooking is important but I’m not sure this is a lesson.
I agree. I think that that cooking is a important skill to have.
Cooking is always valuable
It is important to know how to cook and I think that is a good life lesson.
My parents have taught me many things as I’ve grown up. Several thing she that I value the most today come from my parents. They taught me to be a hard worker and to listen to other people’s ideas. Also they taught me the discipline side of things when I do something wrong. These life lessons make me who I am today.
That’s true, my parents have also taught me to be a hard worker and that you get what you work for.
My parent helped teach me about work ethic. This has been been important since it has helped me in many aspects of my life. If it’s sports, school, or work, having that good work ethic that my parents taught me has been very useful in my life.
My parents taught me about work ethic, too. I probably wouldn’t do as well in school if I didn’t have that work ethic.
The best lesson my mom ever taught me was how to boil water. It’s a very important life skill if you think about it. You boil water for a lot of different reasons. For example, to make food or to make it drinkable.
I guess if you think that way about how important boiling water is. I think many people don’t realize how important water is.
The best lesson my dad taught me is to never give up on a goal or a dream. When my dad was teaching how to bike ride or coaching my soccer game when my team was losing he would always tell me to not stop fighting and never give up. It’s a common lesson to be taught but it holds so much meaning to the person.
Those things are the things we remember our whole life and are really important in our later lives. Especially to never give up on a dream.
The best lesson I was taught by my grandpa was that people are all different and it’s very important to understand that you can’t understand every ones views and values.
One time my grandparents thought me to not run across any road without looking first, and the reason I remember so well is because when we were trick or treating some girl got hit by a car. I remember well because that was scary and I didn’t want that to happen again.
Just run as fast as you can if your fast they can’t hit you.
That’s a good lesson to learn early in life.
The best lesson my mom ever taught me was how to cook rice and vegetables. She said, “Forget measuring, JUST PUT AS MUCH TERIYAKI AND SALT AS YOU PLEASE”
I sprinkled a little “is this okay?”
She pulled the salt from my hand and just poured it.
It was delicious
My mom does this when she cooks, too, and it always ends up delicious.
One of the many lessons my mother has taught me is that regardless of how hard you try, or how much hope you have to help, you cannot “fix” people. Everyone has their own experiences and issues and pasta that they have to deal with themselves and in their own ways, and I can’t always alter or speed up that process.
I think the best lesson my parents ever taught me was how to work hard. They’ve worked hard all of their lives for my sister and I, and that’s why I want to do my best in school.
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