I’m frugal. I’ve always been this way. When I was young, my mom would give me my allowance, and I’d peel off a little each week and have some to spare.
How can we respect and embrace the life experiences of our elders as many Asian cultures do? Maybe those experiences play a vital history lesson in educating our children? Today’s Daily Dose shared by the late Clara Cannucciari and her grandson Christopher Cannucciari is a wonderful experiment in passing down wisdom through generations.
Clara was a teenage girl during the Great Depression. One of the many lessons she learned was how to eat well on a simple and tight budget. In true Nonna style, Clara’s shows us everything from baking bread to making homemade tomato sauce.
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In Confucian philosophy, filial piety (Chinese: 孝, xiào) is a virtue of respect for one’s parents, elders, and ancestors. Generally, filial piety means to be good to one’s elders and to engage in good conduct not just towards parents but also outside the home so as to bring a good name to one’s ancestors. Although Clara Cannucciari was Italian, her grandson Chris has succeeded in a beautiful gesture of filial piety.
Enjoy the day and Stay Wise!