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About Us

It's our mission to incite to filial love where parents are honored, appreciated and taken care of by their children, who grow into adulthood with a generous capacity for love and responsibility. 

We work to ensure the future we all envision for our parents and ourselves.

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is a value-based online teaching and a free in-home filial behavior learning center focusing on the practice of doing good to parents.

We are filial children and filial children-in-law, givers to parents. We are also parents who have or wish to have filial children.

We are good to parents, we honor parents, we practice filial piety. We value "Childing the person parenting you.” We hope that you will find ideas for quiet reflection and contemplation. We hope you are inspired for ways of thinking, being and doing that you would like to adopt in your parent-child relationships. We provide practical resources that you can use for teaching in a wide variety of settings.

Such a good child will provide parents with happiness, peace and security for the rest of their lives. As your own children observe your good childing behavior, you become a role model for them, and they learn from you everyday. This is a life-long practice from infancy until your parents pass away, your remembrance of your parents, and your children grow up. As your children grow, they treat you in the same way that you treat your parents.

We work to ensure the future we all envision for our parents and ourselves.



 (Like good parenting but the other way around :)) 

We created a purposed meaning for the word "Childing".
Childing means "being a good child to parents." Like parenting, it means "being good parents to children."
Good Childing is a universal virtue of cross-cultures. Every person in this world is told to respect and care for one's parents. Different cultures may use different words, "honor your parents" in Christianity, "filial piety" (Chinese, xiào) (Latin: pietas) in Confucianism, Chinese Buddhism, and Daoist ethics, "kindness to parents" in Islam, etc.
 Good Chiding = Filial Piety = Honor Your Parents = Kindness to Parents 

In English, “parenting” also is called “child rearing”, it means "the raising of a child by its parent." But it seems no exact word for a role reversal “the caring of a parent by its child” or “parent caring”.  The word "childing" is given here with this purposed meaning. By Wikipedia, parenting or child-rearing is the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood. Parenting refers to the intricacies of raising a child and not exclusively to a biological relationship. See "Parenting" in Wikipedia. Accordingly, childing or parent caring is the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of a parent from parenthood to death. Childing refers to the intricacies of caring for parents and not exclusively to a biological relationship.  ​ Parenting and Childing are two-way streets. The parent-child relationship is reciprocal.

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Our logo is a Chinese character 孝 in a circle surrounded by two roots. The roots represent our parents. This Chinese character 孝 is translated popularly but not completely correct as "filial piety" in English, its Chinese Pinyin: Xiào spelling sounds like the "show" in "shower".

How to Pronounce Xiao correctly in Chinese Pronunciation?

Xiao means "filial piety" — being good to parents, a fundamental virtue and ethics, supposedly, universal and timeless virtue in human beings. This Chinese character was carved in oracle bones more than 3300 years ago.

The western term filial piety was originally derived from studies of Western societies, based on Mediterranean cultures. However, filial piety among the ancient Romans, for example, was largely different from the Chinese in its logic and enactment. Filial piety is illustrated by the Chinese character xiao (孝). The character is a combination of the character lao (old) above the character zi (son), that is, an elder being carried by a son. This indicates that the older generation should be supported by the younger generation. In Korean Confucianism, the character 孝 is pronounced hyo (효). In Vietnamese, the character 孝 is written in the Vietnamese alphabet as hiếu. In Japanese, the term is generally rendered in spoken and written language as 親孝行, oyakōkō, adding the characters for parent and conduct to the Chinese character to make the word more specific. ​ In Hebrew, two separate terms to refer to filial behavior: the word kabed (דבֵּכּ ַ), which corresponds to the English word “honor”, and the word tirau (תִּירָ אוּ. root: ירא), which corresponds to the English “fear” or “revere". The fifth commandment "Honor your father and your mother" is a comparable virtue with filial piety.  ​ See filial piety in many other cultures.

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