Values taught to use during our childhood plays an important part in our
communication between them, yet a dog will do as the master asks him to. This is
because man uses directions and words to train his dog to do what he(man) wants. In the
practice them and in the end it becomes a norm.
I was taught to eat using my right hand and to hold the spoon and fork with my
right hand. I did not understand what difference it made but I did as I was told to. I
grew old enough to start using silverware and soon the rules changed and I was
what I had been doing for many years and the most confusing thing was that it was the
same person who told me to use my right hand, my mum. This made me follow the
directions with lots of strain. This was not the only occasion.
not supposed to shout when talking, run around the house, sit with our legs ?open?, climb
marry us when we grew up only if we were ladies. This made us act like little ladies all
good or bad in the books, we could not marry the Prince?s because we weren?t from a
Royal family. By then the values were in us.
I was also made to believe that one could not question what was said by any older
discussion. I later grew up to know that teachers aren?t always correct and that a problem
hard for me to challenge an older person.
This dog like training develops us the way someone else wants us to be and there
going on, we might choose to stick to what we have been doing for a long time and not
changing our behaviors.