As stated in the Declaration of Mothers:
"parents are, first and foremost, the primary teachers and protectors of their children in a free society."
As mothers, protecting our children is something we take very seriously. Unfortunately we don't always know what it is we need to protect our children against or what forces they face when they are outside our immediate influence.
When we send our children to school we entrust their to their teachers and those who watch over them. We assume that our values are respected and reinforced but that is not always the case and it isn't necessarily the teacher's fault. There is a cultural movement in our country with an anti-family agenda that is infiltrating our children's schools and promoted in the curriculum. State education standards are being adopted that include things like Comprehensive Sex Education, gender confusion, and worldviews that go directly contrary to that of many, if not most, families.
We are children's protectors, we are their first line of defense. It is important to know what they are being exposed to so we can have open conversations with them and help them navigate through an ever-darkening world. It is important that we take the time to teach and nurture them, to be at the crossroads of their day, and help them learn to recognize truth so they can develop the courage to stand for the principles and values they know to be true.
If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are the father, the mother and the teacher. ~Abdul Kalam
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