Commentary on the Gospel of
“Be careful of the things you say, children will listen. Be careful of the things you do, children see and learn.” The lines from Stephen Sondheim’s musical “into the Woods” tell adults to be good examples to children. We often hear people say that the best way to teach children is to teach by example. We complain that our new generation has lost the Christina values and that they are only concerned about worldly thinks that satisfy their whims. If we have children who are crossing the worn path, could it be because we ourselves “have not entered and prevented others from entering” the door of knowledge?