How to raise a child of God

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Life Action Press, 1987 - Family & Relationships - 370 pages
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Tara Singh shows how to raise children responsibly in this over-stimulated culture. With guidance for marriage, parenting, and education, this book emphasizes the first six years of life. Discussions with parents and children shed light on discipline without denial and growing up without fear. A must for anyone who is a friend to a child.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
11
THE LAWS OF PARENTING
45
THE CHILD TEACHES ONE TO LOVE
53
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About the author (1987)

Tara Singh is known as a teacher, poet, humanitarian and bestselling author. Born in India, he lived in the Himalayas as an ascetic, in Central America, and in Europe before coming to the United States in 1947. He had close relationships with Mahatma Gandhi, Prime Minister Nehru, Pearl Buck and Eleanor Roosevelt, along with other world leaders and thinkers. He is the author of several books, including "Love Holds No Grievances, Nothing Real Can Be Threatened, "and" How to Raise a Child of God"

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