To the world, you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world. ― Dr Seuss
Many parents are wondering when should I teach kindness to my child?
Well, do not forget that the child is imitating you and you are his/her role model at least in the early years.
“We can’t control their behaviour, but we can look for ways to demonstrate kind behaviour ourselves.”
Fortunately, kids are eager to copy us from a young age, so you can model kindness from the time they’re babies. “After all, you want your 18-month-old to imitate hugging someone. As they get older, your kids will watch how you treat people, from subtle interactions, such as putting your phone down to make eye contact and say thank you, to more tangible acts of kindness, like inviting a lonely person to share a holiday, bringing a meal to a sick neighbour, comforting the bereaved, and donating time and money to take care of people in need.