A RIGHT APPROACH TO DISCIPLINE

A Truly happy child is one who is well disciplined. The more earnestly parents and teachers heed the counsel in the Bible on this subject, the more harmony will there be in the home and schoolroom. For instance, in Proverbs we read (23:13), "Withhold not correction from the child." Surely there could be no better authority for discipline than the Bible.

Mary Baker Eddy also gives valuable instruction regarding the training of children. She says in "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 51), "If you make clear to the child's thought the right motives for action, and cause him to love them, they will lead him aright."

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