Teach the Children Well (Part 2)

There are other things that are considered part of “manners.”

Children should be taught to greet other people when they enter a room; to not pass gas or pick their noses in the presence of others; to say “excuse me” when they burp or belch or when they accidentally step on someone else’s foot or bump into another person or otherwise violate someone else’s space; to say “good morning” and “good night.”

Good manners make for a more harmonious household, neighborhood, community, city, state, nation, world!

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About Line of Serenity (Joyce Fields)

As a thought leader for today's generation, I choose to be part of the solution and am doing things that positively impact people's lives. In addition to being a happy, married (since 1967!) woman, sister, aunt, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, I have over 40 years' experience in "Corporate America": Stenographer, Secretary, Supervisor, Analyst, Office Manager, Executive Assistant. I am also a professional proofreader and the author of eight books (seven non-fiction; one children's fiction--http://www.GoodShortBooks.com).
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