I didn't let my son take up what he wants; now he failed.

    • I didn't let my son take up what he wants; now he failed.

      When my son went to college, he wanted to pursue cooking, like his mother and I don’t want that. Aside from the fact that it will remind me so much of his mother who left us because of a man whom she met on an Asian date tour, I want him to pursue my dream of becoming an engineer. I didn’t realize that I should let him took up whatever degree he wanted or else I might ruin his dreams in life. And I did, unfortunately. I forced him to study Engineering. Now he’s failing and doesn’t want to continue. This is a mistake every parent shouldn’t commit.
    • you sound like a nigger
      With great power comes great responsibility. Rudyard Kipling called it the White Man's Burden. Myself, I just call it as I see it: the responsibility of the master to discipline the servant. The niggers, the spics, the chinks...It's our responsibility to civilize them. And if we can't? Then they shall dangle from the elm tree. The Day of the Rope is near. God bless the American Nazi Party!