Swami Balendu writes about the situation everybody dreads: when you are in a plane with several children and a least one is crying and screaming! What to do?
Swami Balendu writes about people who don’t seem to be able to understand children and instead get only angry about them.
Swami Balendu describes how modern society and the modern development wants parents to work, earn and spend money rather than spending time with their babies.
Swami Balendu explains why many mothers are not at all happy about having to give away their children into day-care centers but see no other option.
Swami Balendu describes the average life of western parents and children who are separated already when the children are three months old.
Swami Balendu describes his first thoughts when he heard that the primary schools of Germany are now full-time schools: horrible!
Swami Balendu writes about the last points of a UNICEF study on child poverty in rich countries. Read why he thinks that a comparison with India is nearly impossible.
Swami Balendu discusses some more points of a UNICEF study on child poverty in rich western countries. A quiet place for homework, new clothes and money for school trips – what is really necessary?
Swami Balendu writes about two more points of a UNICEF study about child poverty in rich countries. Read a comparison with India when leisure activities are concerned.
Swami Balendu discusses the first five points of a UNICEF study about child poverty in rich countries. Food, books and outdoor leisure equipment – luxuries or necessities?