Monday, May 21, 2007

Rod of Corrections

An observation:

There are a few both in our current society and also some locked away from it, who would do well under Vernon Winfrey's disciplinary methods he admits to using on young Oprah.

Seems Oprah could have done with more by all counts - she even credits her old man for keeping her on the straight and narrow - getting her toward present day success she enjoys, for apparently she was a stroppy cow.

Mr Winfrey suggests;
'Children need roots, limits and discipline and I don't mean time in, time out. I mean the rod of correction, swung hard and often,'

Now these tenets may be well contrary to Sue Bradford's weird views on parenting recently forced upon NZ parents, congratulations to New Idea for bringing up a real world practical view of what is needed.

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