Why is family so important?
Family is your support system. You and your family are supposed to have unconditional love for each other.
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A family bond was so important in Renaissance Italy because it was a source of great security in the dangerous urban world of Renaissance Italy.
An endorsement by Senator Edward Kennedy is seen as a positive endorsement for any Democrat candidate, for the simple reason that this carries an entire swath of voters who ar…e guaranteed to vote for the endorsee / candidate. This is an extremely complex issue, but the main reason the Kennedy support is important, is that John F. Kennedy and Bobby Kennedy were viewed in their time as bringing change and youth to the Democrats, which generally is seen as a positive thing in the Democrat camp. Ultimately, endorsements are vote carriers, which makes them very important in a democracy with two dominant political parties.
Religion and family were extremely important to slaves. Since theywere deprived of virtually all human rights, the only things theyreally had of value were their beliefs and t…heir family members.
Firstly, the Torah commands us to have children. And as the Sages put it, "If you do not have progeny, upon what will God's presence dwell? On sticks and stones?" Secondly, …the family is the most basic unit of a community or an entire people. And it is the most immediate and convenient context for handing down the Torah-traditions.
Family life is important to Christians because it is where love,forgiveness, and respect are taught. A family is grounded by theirbeliefs and values, which makes them strong a…nd a family is ablessing.
Being the third child of seven, I believe that I have quite an extensive amount of knowledge about families and why families are so important. My family is important to me be…cause I know that I can always rely on them. No matter what happens throughout my life or what challenges I face, I know that I will always have a solid support system to rely on. Also, there is so much knowledge to be found within a family. My family is important to me because they taught me how to communicate effectively and get along with all types of people. My siblings and parents are so different from each other that it seems as if I am always learning something new about one of them. Having such a wide range of personalities also allows for various conflicts within our household. Because of my family, I have learned to deal with conflict and manage problems effectively in order to fairly resolves problems. Those are some of the reasons as to why my family is important to me.
The Medici family was a very wealthy family during the 12th and13th centuries. They were part of the patrician class but amassedtheir wealth through banking and commerce. They… had a hugepolitical influence and helped to contribute the arts and sciences.
Families were and are so important to the American Indian for many of the same reasons they are in any culture. Many natives knew it was important to have their tribes contin…ue through the children. It was also often believed that the earth was borrowed from those children and had to be returned to them. The children, in turn, would borrow it from their children. All the tribes loved their children.
So the Family stuck close to get on their will. And or the Older were treated importantly for their wisdom
Families are so important to babies because they are the baby's foundation. The baby needs a background for guidance and support to become successful in his or life.
Because their family is important to them. If they didn't have their family, what would they have? Most people take family for granted but these people care, and rely on eac…h other.
because they don't have any other people to love.
In History of China
It was important because everyone could help each other in the family
Family trees display basic genealogical information in a semi-graphical form that makes it relatively easy to understand family relationships and lines of descent.
They're always there for you.
In Germany in WW2
Nazi ideology was based on the concept that German people and their culture were better than all other people and cultures. So as part of that, German people needed to make mo…re German people- thus, having a big family was an important part of that; and there was an emphasis on "traditional values"- family, hard work, being a good German, and so on. They even tried to remove words from the German language that were based on words from other languages like Latin or Greek.
In William Shakespeare
They put up a monument in Stratford church which shows us what he looked like (he was seriously bald even early in life) and that he was a writer.