Cautiousness vs. Rashness
Knowing how IMPORTANT right timing is in accomplishing right actions.
Cautiousness in the home includes:
· Deciding if the family has enough money fo major expenditures – before making them.
· Foreseeing negative influences in a seemingly good opportunity and avoiding them.
· Seeking counsel from one another before finalizing decisions.
· Judging an activity by whether or not it would encourage good character.
· Asking the owner’s permission before taking or moving his or her belongings.
· think before I act.
· follow safety rules.
· ask permission.
· talk at the right time.
· look out for danger.
Rewards of Cautiousness
The family unit will continue to be rooted in strength and commitment as wise precautions are taken.
Visualizing undesirable consequences of activities that could possibly be hurtful gives assurance and peace in one’s wise decisions.
Families have a greater ability to be decisive when precautions are carefully considered and evaluated.
“Look before you leap." – Unknown