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Jtube: Louie: It's Not Fair

Jtube: Louie: It's Not Fair

How should we teach our children about "fairness?"


How should we teach our children about "fairness?"
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Visitor Comments: 20

(13) Nick, November 10, 2014 1:35 PM

valuable lesson

The younger daughter got something much more important than a mango pop. The lesson about looking in your neighbors bowl only to make sure they have enough.

(12) Anonymous, October 17, 2014 3:49 AM

There is nothing unfair about what the father did

1) you cannot judge a father of favoritism by just 1 incident.
2) the older daughter asked and got the only snack. The younger daughter came later and asked for the same thing. What is a father to do?
3) Even God would not take something away from one person because of another's whining

(11) Anonymous, June 10, 2014 10:04 PM

Silly, where I work in Customer Service which is in israel, and I came here when I saw a comic of this sketch. Every israeli should learn this XD lol

(10) wha, June 6, 2014 11:27 PM

I don't think you guys get this sketch. Just watch it again and pretend he is talking to Josephs brothers and to anyone who claims that they have been treated unjustly during their life.

(9) Anonymous, November 25, 2013 7:34 PM

We deserve a higher standard

In simply teaching children that life isn't fair we fail to teach them how to BE fair and caring persons. Our society becomes more fair as we PRACTICE fairness in our interactions. If we don't help model and teach fairness, everything else breaks down. No child will have the incentive to be sure the other person's bowl has enough if we don't teach, practice, and reward fairness in all we do. Even jungle animals do that much.

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