The parents retain the primary responsibility for the upbringing of their children in all aspects – physically, morally, spiritually and intellectually.
The child is an extension of their parents and the bearer of their characteristics. During their lifetime they are the joy of the parent’s eyes, while after his death he represents a continuation of his existence and an embodiment of their immortality.
The child inherits the parents features and stature as well as their mental qualities and traits, both the good and the bad, the beautiful as well as the ugly.
The nurturing of the child is a parental primary right.