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Transcript of Filial Piety
What is Filial Piety?
Filial Piety is a virtue of respect for one's parents and ancestors.
Filial Piety means to be good to one's parents; to take care of one's parents; to engage in good conduct not just towards parents but also outside the home so as to bring a good name to one's parents and ancestors; not be rebellious; show love, respect and support; display courtesy; uphold fraternity among brothers; wisely advise one's parents, including dissuading them from moral unrighteousness; display sorrow for their sickness and death; and carry out sacrifices after their death.
Why is Filial Piety important?
Filial Piety is important because learning how to be a filial son or daughter prepares us for the kind of life that we want to have. We want to have beautiful marriages and to have a wonderful family. But you cannot go about knowing how to have fidelity in marriage, or how to be a loyal to your family, or your country, if you don't understand the meaning of filial piety.
Filial Piety is a form of cultivation and encompasses other virtues such as benevolence, righteousness, propriety, compassion, and wisdom.
How to practice Filial Piety?
Simple, everyday tasks
Infrequent, but very impactful