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USED vs LOVED❤


🍀 Read with patience 🍀

🌹While a man was polishing his new car, his 6 years old son picked up a stone and scratched lines on the side of the car.

🌹In anger, the man took the child’s hand and hit it many times;❤

🌹not realising he was using a wrench. ❤

🌹At the hospital, the child lost all his fingers due to multiple fractures. ❤

🌹When the child saw his father…❤

🌹with painful eyes he asked, ‘Dad when will my fingers grow back?’❤

🌹The man was so hurt and speechless;❤

🌹he went back to his car and kicked it a lot of times. ❤

🌹Devastated by his own actions…..❤

🌹sitting in front of that car he looked at the scratches;❤

🌹The child had written ‘LOVE YOU DAD’. ❤❤

🌹The next day that man committed suicide. . .❤

🌹Anger and Love have no limits;❤

🌹Choose the latter to have a beautiful, lovely life….❤❤.

🌹Things are to be used and people are to be loved. ❤

🌹But the problem in today’s world is that,❤

🌹People are used and things are loved. ❤

🌹In this year, let’s be careful to keep this thought in mind:❤

🌹Things are to be used, but People are to be loved. ❤

🌹Watch your thoughts; they become words. ❤

🌹Watch your words; they become actions. ❤

🌹Watch your actions; they become habits. ❤

🌹Watch your habits they become character;❤

🌹Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.❤

🌹God bless you.❤

🌹Think of this because you might change someone’s life too❤

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12 Proper Manners You Should Teach Your Child


As you embark to raise your child, teaching them to be well behaved should be on top of your priority list.

Having well-mannered kids puts them in a better position for success later life and let’s not talk of the embarrassment and shame it can save you as a parent.

Charity begins at home. Whatever lessons you instill in them should be replicated outside. For instance, you should teach them to be polite not only when they are around you, but as they interact with everyone else out there. There are certain lessons that you should definitely emphasize on your kid without compromising.

To get you started, here are 12 such manners that you should be keen to instill in your child.

1. The first and important lesson to teach your child is to say ‘please’ when requesting for something and ‘thank you’ to show gratitude once they have been helped or have received something.

2. Kids should learn the importance of keeping the earth clean. As such, you should teach your child not to litter.

3. You should teach your child to clean after themselves once play time is over. Also emphasize on cleaning up before they eat a meal.

4. Kids should be taught to always request for permission. Especially in instances where they are not sure about using something or taking it. Teach them to always ask first.

5. Make sure your child learns that it is improper to comment on other people’s characteristics and physical appearance. This they should keep to themselves unless they are complimenting them.

6. People’s privacy is important and you should make sure your child learns this. Teach him or her to knock on doors if they are closed and to always wait for the response.

7. Hygiene is an important aspect of your child’s life. Teach them how to maintain it by covering their mouth when coughing or sneezing. Insist that they should not pick their nose and to use a tissue instead.

8. Teach your kid to always hold the door open for someone if the opportunity presents itself. Teach them to say ‘thank you’ when the door is held open for them.

9. Teach your child proper table manners from an early age. They should learn not to reach over the table for items but that they should request whatever they need be passed over to them.

10. Gratitude is an important concept for your kids to learn. Whenever they receive gifts, especially over the mail, show them how to write a thank you note. Make sure they do not use gifts until they have expressed gratitude to whoever gives them the gift.

11. It is important to teach your child not to interrupt. This means they should not interrupt when two people are having a conversation or when someone is speaking to them. This is unless there is an emergency.

12. Teach your child to say ‘excuse me’ whenever they need to get someone’s attention or if they need to get through a crowd or if they have bumped into someone.

By Lifestyle

At least’ 100 pupils trafficked from Nigerian school


Teachers at a school in southern Nigeria have revealed at least 100 students have disappeared in the last four months – apparently taken out of the country by human traffickers.

The teachers told Solomon Okoduwa, a senior special assistant to the governor on human trafficking and illegal migration, when he visited the secondary school in Benin City, Edo State.

Mr Okoduwa told BBC News Pidgin the teacher initially thought the missing students were just unwell.

But later, they found out from other students that they had been trafficked to Libya – from where they were likely to attempt the dangerous crossing to Europe.

It is not known exactly why they went, or if anyone encouraged them.

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Source: BBC News Pidgin

Kenya cyber-crimes law could land parents to jail


Kenyan parents may have to be a little more careful about what kind of pictures of their children they publish online.

According to a new cyber-crimes act passed last week, anyone found guilty of sharing child pornography via the internet will face a maximum fine of 20 million shillings ($200,000, £150,000) or a maximum jail term of 25 years.

The law applies to parents who share photos of their children’s genitals or their naked bodies on social media, Kenya’s Daily Nation reports.

So posting a photo of a child’s nappy rash or a child during bath time on social media could land you in hot water.

Child pornography is defined in the constitution as any visual depiction involving the use of a minor, or one appearing to be a minor, engaging in sexually explicit conduct.

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Source: Kenya Daily Nation Report

3 Things a Child Learns While in the Womb


Some researchers

have found out that humans learn certain things even before they’re born, and we at Bright Side can’t wait to tell you which ones.

1. Experiencing tastes

Professor Peter Hepper from Queen’s University in Belfast wondered whether you can like food even before birth. He conducted a study where soon-to-be-mothers either ate or cut out garlic. The results were quite interesting, as children born of mothers from the former group enjoyed meals with garlic even at the age of 8-9 years.

The same went for carrot juice: 5- and 6-month-old babies whose pregnant mothers drank it liked it very much. Hepper says it’s probably how children recognize their parents: they experience the same taste as in the womb.

2. Hearing sounds

A group of scientists from Finland did an experiment where two groups of pregnant women either listened to lullabies daily or not at all. The result was that babies from the first group reacted to the songs while the other group of babies was indifferent. The researchers came to the conclusion that the former must have learned the lullabies while inside the womb.

3. Recognizing speech

Athena Vouloumanos, a psychologist from New York University, compared newborn babies’ reactions to human speech and sounds and found that babies react to speech. They’re even keener when they hear their mother tongue.

The research helped prove an important concept: good acoustic surroundings are a must for unborn babies and children born prematurely as they might have speech disorders if they don’t hear enough human speech.

3 Things a Child Learns While in the Womb


Some researchers

have found out that humans learn certain things even before they’re born, and we at Bright can’t wait to tell you which ones.

1. Experiencing tastes

Professor Peter Hepper from Queen’s University in Belfast wondered whether you can like food even before birth. He conducted a study where soon-to-be-mothers either ate or cut out garlic. The results were quite interesting, as children born of mothers from the former group enjoyed meals with garlic even at the age of 8-9 years.

The same went for carrot juice: 5- and 6-month-old babies whose pregnant mothers drank it liked it very much. Hepper says it’s probably how children recognize their parents: they experience the same taste as in the womb.

2. Hearing sounds

A group of scientists from Finland did an experiment where two groups of pregnant women either listened to lullabies daily or not at all. The result was that babies from the first group reacted to the songs while the other group of babies was indifferent. The researchers came to the conclusion that the former must have learned the lullabies while inside the womb.

3. Recognizing speech

Athena Vouloumanos, a psychologist from New York University, compared newborn babies’ reactions to human speech and sounds and found that babies react to speech. They’re even keener when they hear their mother tongue.

The research helped prove an important concept: good acoustic surroundings are a must for unborn babies and children born prematurely as they might have speech disorders if they don’t hear enough human speech.

Leopard eats child in Uganda


Wildlife officials in Uganda are still hunting for a leopard which snatched and ate the three-year-old son of a ranger at the popular Queen Elizabeth National Park on Friday night, AFP news agency reports.

Elisha Nabugyere had followed his nanny outdoors at the unfenced staff quarters of a safari lodge in the park, when the leopard grabbed him.

“The maid was not aware the child followed her. She heard the kid scream for help. She intervened but it was too late. The leopard had vanished with it in the bush and a search was mounted until we got the skull the next day,” Uganda Wildlife Authority spokesman Bashir Hangi said.

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Source: AFP NEWS