Children | Family | Father | Neglect | Time | Worldliness

Many parents today are concerned about making a living, building a house and achieving some place on the social ladder. As a result, they often neglect their children and have little concern about the spiritual values of life. Such parents might consider the following. In the book Twenty-One Stayed, written by Virginia Pasley, we have the story of the twenty-one American soldiers who defected and stayed with the Communists during the Korean conflict. She states that her research revealed that nineteen of the twenty-one felt unloved or unwanted by their fathers. Communist leaders also bear witness to the influence of father relations on their destinies. Frederich Engels constantly quarreled with his father. Joseph Stalin had an alcoholic father who never had time for him. Trotzky was at odds with his father who refused to listen to his questions and ambition. Wilde’s Illustration Service For Ministers, May, 1986.

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