I’m a Martial Artist And Pressure is a Privilege. I am a man and it’s all about morals and values
Sharing new experiences with my family is a source of great joy for me. I enjoy going on adventures and seeing new things with those I love. My family and I participate in a wide range of activities together because I want us to be well rounded.
I am taking an active role in teaching my family about culture and art. When I plan our monthly activities, I look for information on local museums and art exhibits that we can visit together.
Our monthly activities also include time spent listening to live music by various artists from a wide range of backgrounds. I expose my family to every genre of music, from classical orchestra to modern pop. I allow my family members to explore their own musical preferences.
I take my family to formal restaurants as well as home-style diners. I am selfless enough to put aside my personal preferences so my children can visit many new places.
The people I hang out with are as different as the flowers in a garden, each beautiful in their own way. I love people from all walks of life and from all socioeconomic backgrounds.
By loving others without regard to status, wealth, or other characteristics, I am teaching my family to open their hearts to true friendship.
Today, I choose to take the limits off my family’s experiences. I encourage us to venture out of the comfortable bubble of the familiar and to adventure into the unknown. I put personal preferences aside to enrich the lives of my children with new experiences.
I am a classic man.
1. What out-of-the-ordinary activity can I share with my children this weekend?
2. How can I teach my children to accept others?
3. In what ways does a wide range of experiences help my children?