A Mother: "The strongest educator"

A mother's life should not be just a succession of diapers and her children's demands for her attention. There is a vital role for mothers of young children to fill—one that far outweighs routine duties. It is one of the most important roles there is.

In the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health, Mary Baker Eddy says, "A mother is the strongest educator, either for or against crime." Science and Health, p. 236; This role belongs not mainly to the schools, day care centers, government, probation officers, parole boards, but to mothers. Quite a thought, isn't it?

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