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I Sorrow Not For The Burden Of My Imprisonment
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76 Unto Every Father Hath Been Enjoined The Instruction Of His Son And Daughter In The Art Of Reading And Writing #48






'Abdu'l-Baha, in His Tablets, not only calls attention to the
responsibility of parents to educate all their children, but He also
clearly specifies that the training and culture of daughters is more
necessary than that of sons, for girls will one day be mothers, and
mothers are the first educators of the new generation. If it is not
possible, therefore, for a family to educate all the children, preference
is to be accorded to daughters since, through educated mothers, the
benefits of knowledge can be most effectively and rapidly diffused
throughout society.





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