Money power at a young age:icon_frown: Friends, I feel it has become a trend to pass your money power to kids… Now what is money power?? Most of the parents seem so unsure about the future of their own children that they try to empower it with their own financial status. :-( Parents often tell their kids about their financial status worried that they may befriend or marry a person below their status. Valuating property, ornaments and other investments, showing bank balance, fulfilling all their wishes, taking their opinions for vital decisions and trying to fill the minds of the growing innocents that their parents are mightier than sword and can scale mountains with money has become the trend of the day. :evil: Friends, I have seen most of the children in their adolescent age have lost their innocence. Few have spoilt the mind of the little hearts by filling with poisonous information’s like only parents who cannot afford a good future for their kids force them to study further and let them take up a job. Capable parents only give them the foundation and get females married off and males get to inherit their dads business. To learn the nuances he need not go for any PGDM’s but just sit with his dad and understand the business. I have heard few kids even say, “ Naukri is like Gu ka Tokri (basket of ****). It only smells”. Such statement from kids of age group 10 – 14 is not a good sign of proper upbringing. They speak very rudely to their servants and always have an air about them. It is quite amazing to listen to their gossips. The other day a child in the age group of 7-9 just happened to tell me that one of her neighbour is showing off by saying that they went to Simla for their vacation. Further, the kid explained her statement to me, till date she has not seen them going out for dinner or lunch, nor have seen them wearing good clothes, nor do they have the money power like them then how can they afford to go to Simla. They must have just gone to Matheran and returned. :idontgetit: Another kid asked one of my friend how does she manage to spend time at home like a widow. They go for movies, theatres, malls, parties, hill stations and by car and wear new dress every time with matching accessories. Whom to blame… parents or children??? I asked one of the parents why do they enforce money power?? Pat came the answer, to tell them that their dad is the mightiest and nobody can match him. :bangcomp: This is no joke but a matter of serious consideration.:-( :-( Are parents leading their children to hell hole?