Behaviour. Do not assume that your children know how to behave automatically. If your children embarrass you in public by their behaviour, such as being rude towards your friends and elders (like refusing to greet them), or being rowdy and noisy in church, or lacking table manners (such as eating noisily or complaining about the food), or failing to share their toys with other children, etc, it is because you have not trained them to behave. Remember that you must train the heart, but you must also train the behaviour.
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