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W Livingston Larned

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36 reviews28 followers
August 3, 2021
Precious ✨

Instead of condemning and criticizing others, perhaps we it would be better to try to understand them, to try to figure out why they do what they do. That's a lot more profitable and intriguing than criticism; and it breeds sympathy, tolerance and kindness, rather than contempt...!!!
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81 reviews5 followers
December 9, 2020
A short story that will make me cry if I read in the middle of the night. Talking about a father regretting the way he raises his child and his willingness to change parenting method.
30 reviews1 follower
November 19, 2021
This is about a letter a father wrote to his son when his son was sleeping , About a father want to say in his heart. The father always mad at the son :about washing face ,wearing shoes ,throw things on the floor ... Well ,the father use Adult standards to treat children ,and now he know the proplem.
January 13, 2021
This short story is about a father who expects too much of his young son and treats him harshly, but comes to realize that he is but a baby with a big heart. He goes to his boy's bedside while he is sleeping and apologizes for his parenting methods and promises to be a better father.
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258 reviews1 follower
April 2, 2020
Very short. It was in another book I have to read, ‘how to win friends and influence people’. Honestly really loved it.
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1,202 reviews11 followers
September 25, 2020
This is really a beautiful story in which a Father comes to realise how he's become mean to his own son and apologizes to the sleeping boy.
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