"Many parents admit that their children can behave like two different people at home and outside.
In such cases, what needs to be reviewed most is the way values are established.
Life must be consistent with education, otherwise, it cannot serve its educational purpose;
The care of the body and mind, the building of character, the cultivation of manners, and the nurturing of a spirit of service should all start from within to take deep root.
We should value the educational process that naturally internalizes through daily life, allowing children to gradually learn self-management and kindness towards others from the routine tasks of life, subtle behaviors and speech, and mutual respect and assistance among family members, and then extend this to serve the community and society