A man in Mali states that he wants his children to understand their family traditions. A woman in Great Britain wishes to unlearn lessons from her parents. A man in Burkina Faso advises his children to keep their customs alive.
A man in Nepal describes the love he received from his family despite their poverty. A woman in Ethiopia learned to cook from her mother. A woman in Tibet learned to milk yaks.
A woman in Japan hopes to pass on the value of relationships to her child. A woman in Indonesia wants her children to grow up knowing that there is no difference between boys and girls. A man in Nepal recalls how his mother taught him to be respectful to others.
A woman in Cuba states that the key to life is to have love for everyone. A woman in Israel taught her children how to listen. A man is Egypt learned from his grandfather to keep his promises.
A woman in Pakistan notes that every generation struggles with teaching values to their children because the way they live is hypocritical. A man in Spain sets the example for his children by being the best person he can be. A man in Germany recalls how his mother, a survivor of Auschwitz, lived a positive, fulfilling life by not dwelling on bitterness or letting it affect her children.
A Japanese man expresses his wish to see his children live a life without regret. A woman in New Zealand claims her children taught her about life.
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Length: 26 minutes
Copyright date: ©2007
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