9781591422051-1591422051-Parents and Children: Our Most Difficult Classroom (2 Volume Set)

Parents and Children: Our Most Difficult Classroom (2 Volume Set)

ISBN-13: 9781591422051
ISBN-10: 1591422051
Author: Kenneth Wapnick
Publication date: 2007
Publisher: Foundation for A Course in Miracles
Format: Paperback 215 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781591422051
ISBN-10: 1591422051
Author: Kenneth Wapnick
Publication date: 2007
Publisher: Foundation for A Course in Miracles
Format: Paperback 215 pages

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Acknowledged author Kenneth Wapnick wrote Parents and Children: Our Most Difficult Classroom (2 Volume Set) comprising 215 pages back in 2007. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1591422051 and 9781591422051. Since then Parents and Children: Our Most Difficult Classroom (2 Volume Set) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 0.93 or rent at the marketplace.

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2-book set. The focus of these two books is on what it means to be a right-minded parent and a right-minded child. The former role involves being faithful to the changing function of parent, at the same time respecting the child's mind to choose its life experiences, and whether to perceive them through the eyes of the ego or the Holy Spirit. The latter role expresses the meaning of Freud's insightful statement: "The liberation of an individual, as he grows up, from the authority of his parents is one of the most necessary though one of the most painful results brought about by the course of his development." In other words, we know we have attained spiritual maturity when we no longer think of our parents or parental surrogates as authorities on the level of content but as brother and sister walking with us the path that leads us home. Thus, both forms of this primary relationship can, if we so choose, exemplify Jesus' message of forgiveness: not seeing another's interests as separate from our own. After a commentary on a special message from Jesus to William Thetford, the discussion of these themes is conducted largely in the context of specific issues raised by students at various classes and workshops. These issues fall within four major categories: Parents Rearing Children; Parents and Adult Children; The Adult Child; Caring for Elderly Parents.

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