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Hello Joshua, I just came across this and am impressed. I serve at a school that is trying to break some school rules that need breaking. Your post fits in beautifully with the values and virtues we are offering children.

Thanks for the thoughtfulness and celebrating your wonderful parents in such an inspriational manner. Cheers, Steve. Nice Joshua. A very impressive list. My favorite? Serve others. This is something that I am trying to focus on more and more lately. Wish I had a favorite… but I appreciate all of them too much. You have learned much from your parents and by sharing what they taught you with this post, you enable them to teach thousands of others.

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Happy Birthday. Hopefully so Gene, hopefully so.

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Words are just words without the actions to back them up, but those who know my parents will definitely be further inspired. What a beautiful tribute to your parents! What an example for parents everywhere to live by! Loved your post. This has been one of the most memorable emails I have opened. As a mother I can only hope my children one day talk about us as you did about your parents. This is such an inspiring post, I loved every word of it.

What a beautiful tribute to your parents. Best wishes to both of them. I know these will be the things that you pass on to your children and to everyone around you. What an awesome legacy. How wonderful they are as your parents, and how wonderful you are to acknowledge and honor them in this way!

I try to keep the site uncluttered as much as possible — which means some things need to be removed. But you can always share on Facebook by copying the web address above and pasting it into the status update bar on Facebook. Respect character. He always told me, never lose your good name for money. Integrity is something no one can ever take from you and it is the most important character trait to me. This is lovely. Obviously you have wonderful parents.

So many do not. I pray I have inspired my children with at least soem of these 60 lessons. Thank you. Loved your list, some of those same things I learned from my parents and most are what I try to teach my kids! Very inspiring,thanks Joshua. You will only have them once in your life, appreciate and celebrate their presence.

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Joshua-Thank you for this beautiful tribute. It was great you listed the positives rather than the negatives. We have made many mistakes along the way but we both love God and each other and that has covered a multitude of shortcomings. We love each of you kids dearly and thank God for you.

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You have enriched our lives with your families and we thank you for that. It has been a great 60 years and only getting better.

Our prayer is that our lives will bring glory to God and we will finish strong showing the love of Jesus Christ, our Savior. Love you too mom and dad. Thanks for everything. Beautiful words — now we know where you get it from Joshua! Im glad to have found this post as its such an interesting one! I am always on the lookout for quality posts and articles so i suppose im lucky to have found this! I hope you will be adding more in the future…. Great tips! An amazing thing to be able to leave your children with what life is really all about.

A great read for any mother or father trying to raise their children with good wholesome values. Thank you! I have recently just moved to Aberdeen, Scotland so it raised a smile when that lesson was mentioned :. Your parents must be so touched and moved by this post. You have done a beautiful thing.

They are so young still too. My father-in-law is about to turn 81 and with a bit of effort does get down on the floor to play board games with my girls. I get tears in my eyes every time I see him make the effort and it makes me appreciate the small-big things in life I loved this! It reminded me of the way I was raised. My father was from Germany and taught me many valuable lessons. Thank you for this! My favourite is work hard…amazing life lesson,this is one of the lessons I will always try to follow.


What a load of crap! The title should be rewritten as: 60 obvious realisations you have by the age of Thank you for your post. It reminds me that there are good people in the world who foster good families. Nice to read a positive post that speaks to the soul rather than wallowing in the many unpleasant news stories that surround the media each day. Thanks a lot, Joshua. I lost my father in when I was a small boy. I always feel bad each time my mind goes back.

No father to advice me. And I always believe that this impacted my life negatively.

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I will go over it again and again. That is my father! Very grateful, sir! I grew up in Foster care with parents who were rednecks and alcoholics who taught me all the wrong ways to live in life.

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Thanks to my personal mission to eventually find and seek God I now have started to become the person I was always meant to be. Through him only. This inspired me to know what real parents teach their children when they love them.

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I was not loved growing up. You are a very fortunate kid. Unfortunately I could not be a good parent for my kids because my values were wrong. But I have learnt a lot from your example and your parents and hopefully will be a better parent in my next life. Thank you Joshua for sharing it and please say a prayer for me so that I can be a better grandparent. Although I have never had children of my own, I have learned so much from the children of others.

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