geoxian Post time: 2015-5-11 15:44
Agree. My mother is in a nursing facility where she gets 24/7 care. Something I would never be a ...
even that would be seen as failing in your filial duty by some.
Traditionally, the daughter-in-law would be the one caring for the aging parents.
There is never a day when my parents are not visited by a family member, unless they request time to themselves.
Yet we are despised for our attitude as uncaring: maybe because we don't 'obey' our parents as much
This post was edited by teamkrejados at 2015-5-11 18:52
1584austin Post time: 2015-5-11 18:08
English names are all English?
Mohammed is the most common baby boys name now in UK
Many names used in English are actually Hebrew, Greek, Latin, French, Spanish or German, with a spattering of Swahili ( the name Lulu, for example) and others. Very few names have roots in the English language. I'm doing my best to correct the idea that English names are English.
Re: Mohammed - seriously???