Practice what you preach
Any person in the world is an individual and it goes without saying that all people differ. Consequently, all of them have different mentality, ideology, behavior, thoughts, attitude to the same things and phenomena.
Usually since childhood we stand on one path and follow it during all our life. Here the influence of parents, grandparents, teachers can be seen, when we try to copy their adult habits. But it seems to be normal when a little child follows the ideas of a mother today, for example, and the other day he/she persuades everyone that a father says the truth, even though it contradicts a mother’s truth which was actual a day before. It can be understood that a child just explores the world and can’t decide whose ideas are worth following.
Becoming a teenager, a young man or lady, we tend to make our own conclusions rather that listen to what adults say and think. And since that moment when we generate our own ideas and persuade other people have the same beliefs, we are responsible for what we say. There is one proverb: “A word spoken is past recalling”. If you have said something once, don’t change your opinion in one hour or the next day, because in future people won’t know whether believe you or not, whether listen to or ignore you.
Of course, it’s a usual thing when due to some experience, knowledge, evidence we can change our beliefs, it’s our personal thing. But when you begin to spread your ideas among other people, you should stand by them till the very end, otherwise keep silence. If your ideas were introduced aloud, if other people heard them once, then you are expected to practice what you preach.
Here can be said in general about teachers, because they are those who teach a lot of children. The last without their own experience, remember everything said at the classes. Surely, they believe their teachers, because they are older and wiser. And if one day students see that a teacher doesn’t practice what...
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