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Fragment of Urbanity
To grow
Fragment of Urbanity
Read and Reflect:
"If you add a little to a little and do it often, it will soon become a lot." Hesiodo.

"Saving is beneficial"
The frequent practice of this activity generates forever, confidence and self-assurance, tenacity, prudence and awareness of individuality.

Motivate yourself to save at least 20% of the money you get so that later you can buy something useful. This habit can help you get what you want when you are an adult.
Saving is not greed.
 Savings has a purpose. It's planned.
 The miser saves for the pleasure of having money without giving it any use.
Locate a piggy bank or convince your parents or guardians to open a savings account for you.
If you have already turned 18, you can open it on your own. You just have to go to the bank of your choice with the documentation they require.
It is recommended that you also learn how to save water and electricity in your home; Likewise, take care of your clothing, footwear, accessories and everything that your parents have made sacrifices for you.
Just as money should not be "wasted"; but save it, so everything that is achieved with it must also be taken care of.

Read and reflect:
There is no true peace if it is not accompanied by equity, truth, justice, and solidarity." John Paul II (1920-2005)

Friends of the World Foundation Incorporated.
Personal Growth Program.
Urbanity by Manuel Carreño.
1st part.
It is enough to look at the firmament, or at any of the wonders of creation and contemplate, in an instant, the infinite goods and comforts that the earth offers to conceive, of course, the wisdom and greatness of God, and all that we owe them. love, his goodness and his mercy.

Indeed, who but God has created the world and governs? Who has established and preserves that unalterable order with which the formidable and portentous mass of the Universe passes through time? Who incessantly watches over our happiness and that of all the objects that are dear to us on earth and, finally, Who, but He, can offer us, and offers us, the immense joy of eternal salvation?

We are, therefore, indebted to him for all our love, for all our gratitude, and for the deepest adoration and obedience; and in all situations of life, in the midst of the innocent pleasures that his generous hand pours out on the path of our existence, as in the heart of the misfortune with which in the inscrutable judgments of his infinite wisdom he sometimes tests our patience and our faith.

We are obliged to pay him our tributes, and to direct our fervent prayers to him so that he may make us worthy of his benefits in the world, and of the glory that he reserves for our virtues in Heaven.

God is the being that brings together the immensity of greatness and perfection; and we, although His creatures and destined to enjoy Him for all eternity, are very humble and imperfect beings. So our praises can add nothing to his sovereign attributes.

But He takes pleasure in them and receives them as a tribute, due to the majesty of His glory, and as garments of adoration and love that the heart offers Him in the outpouring of its most sublime feelings, and nothing can, therefore, excuse us. to direct them.

Nor can our prayers make Him more just, because all of His attributes are infinite, nor are they necessary for Him to know our needs and our desires, because He penetrates the most intimate part of our hearts. But these prayers are a sincere expression of the recognition that He is the source of all good, of all comfort and of all happiness, and with them we move His mercy, and we appease the severity of His divine justice, irritated by our offenses, because He He is a God of goodness and his goodness also has no limits.

How proper and natural it is for man to turn to his Creator, to speak to him about his sorrows with the confidence of a son speaking to the most tender and loving father, to ask for relief from his pain and forgiveness of his guilt, and With a sweet look and full of religious anointing, he shows you his love and his faith as the titles of his hope! Thus, in the act of going to bed as in the act of getting up, we will elevate our soul to God; and with all the fervor of a sensitive and grateful heart, we will direct our praises to him, we will thank him for all his benefits and we will ask him to continue to dispense them to us.
Read and Reflect:
'Sow good ideas in children, even if they don't understand them. The years will be responsible for deciphering them in your understanding and making them flourish in your heart' (María Montessori).

"Take care of your siblings, children and people smaller than you"
The constant practice of this activity forever generates solidarity, empathy, tolerance, a spirit of service and the ability to create groups of affection.

Taking care of them means:
encourage them when they perform good acts and correct and advise them when they commit unwanted or antisocial actions. Taking care of them, furthermore, is protecting them, offering them part of your time, striving to make them feel happy and giving them a lot of love.
(Your parents will explain what this means.)
·accompany them in their loneliness,
·play with them,
·take care of them from danger,
· guide them in their school tasks,
·Take care, equally, of all children younger than you.
·Don't make them suffer.
·Defend them from those who try to harm them.
This exercise develops your virility and sense of solidarity. You must learn to care for the product of manhood: a human being.

Read and Reflect:
Solidarity is a human value and, according to the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy, it means: “circumstantial adherence to the cause or company of others.” Adhesion is accompanying another: in their cause, in their needs, in their well-being.

Read and reflect:
“Loyalty is one of the most precious human values. The disloyal man is worth less than trash; Because it infects everyone around it with its fetid odor; But the disloyal man infects anyone no matter how far away he is with his intrigues and fallacies.”  Fundación AMIMUNDO

Friends of the World Foundation Incorporated.
Personal Growth Program.
Urbanity by Manuel Carreño.
Second part.
 We will ask God for our parents, for our families, for our country, for our benefactors and friends, as well as for our enemies and we will pray for the happiness of the human race and, especially, for the consolation of the afflicted and unfortunate, and for those souls who find themselves lost from the path of blessedness.
 And then collecting our spirit, and asking God to enlighten us with the lights of reason and grace, we will examine our conscience and we will propose to use the most effective means to avoid the faults that we have committed during the course of the day.
Such are our duties when we surrender to sleep and when we wake up, in which, in addition to the satisfaction of having fulfilled God and having dedicated a moment to philanthropy, we will find the inestimable advantage of going, daily, correcting our defects, improving our moral condition and advancing on the path of virtue, the only one that leads to true happiness.

It is also an act due to God and typical of a grateful heart, to always express our recognition to Him when we get up from the table. If we must never forget to give thanks to the person from whom we receive a service, no matter how small, how much more reason should we not give them to Providence every time it gives us the greatest benefit? What is the means of preserving life?
In the duties towards God all social duties and all the prescriptions of morality are recast. He is the model of all virtues, the most loving father, the most obedient son, the most faithful husband, the most useful citizen to his country.

And in truth, what is the human law, what is the principle, what is the rule that directs men to good and separates them from evil, that does not have its origin in the Commandments of God, in that law of laws, as sublime and complete as it is simple and brief? Where is there anything more in accordance with the order that must reign in nations and families, with the dictates of justice, with the generous impulses of charity and noble beneficence, and with everything that contributes to the happiness of man? on earth, than the principles contained in the evangelical law?

We satisfy the sacred duty of obedience to God by faithfully keeping his laws, and those that your priest or pastor has dictated in the legitimate use of the divine delegation that he exercises; and this is, at the same time, the most effective and direct means to act in favor of our well-being in this world, and the happiness that awaits us in the bosom of heavenly glory. But this is not all: the duties we are dealing with are not limited to our internal relations with the Divinity.

The human heart, essentially communicative, feels an invincible inclination to express its affections through external signs and demonstrations.

We must, therefore, manifest our love, our gratitude and our adoration to God, with public acts that, while satisfying our hearts, serve as a healthy example to those who observe us.

And since the temple is the house of the Lord, and the place destined to pay our tributes to him, let us try to visit it as frequently as possible, always manifesting in it all the devotion and all the meditation that such a sacred place inspires. Priests and pastors, ministers of God on earth, have the high mission of maintaining divine worship and leading our souls along the path of eternal happiness.

Such elevated character imposes on us the duty to respect and honor them, always listening with interest and docility to the advice with which they favor us, when in the name of their divine master and in the performance of their august ministry they direct their voice of charity and consolation to us.

Great is undoubtedly the fault we incur by offending our neighbors, whoever they may be; But the offense directed at the priest or pastor is even more serious in the eyes of God, because with it we insult the Divinity, which has invested him with sacred attributes and has made him its representative in this world.

Let us conclude, then, the chapter on duties towards God, recommending respect for priests, as a manifestation of our respect for God himself, and as an unequivocal sign of a good moral and religious education.

Fragment of Urbanity
Fragment of Urbanity
The practice of this activity can generate confidence and security in oneself, raises personal esteem, ability to act in the world around you, awareness of individuality, knowledge of the laws of nature.)

It is mandatory to choose at least one of these actions. They are activities that will last over time. They will be the same for the next 10 modules.
1.- Teach an illiterate person to read.
2.- Raise animals to then feed you and yours.
3.- Plant fruit trees. Take care of them until they are sufficiently developed.
4.- Plant and grow hydroponic products.

Develop confidence and security in oneself, raise personal esteem, the ability to create groups of affection and demonstrate creativity, act in the world around you, as well as the awareness of individuality, the spirit of service, solidarity, discover the treasures of nature for their own benefit and that of others.

It is mandatory to choose at least one of these activities. Parents will choose the best place where their children or students will perform them:
-cultural activities,
-technical courses.

It is desirable to gather together, all those who live under the same roof, in order to read and comment on a paragraph of Urbanity. It would be helpful for your parents to download or buy the "Manual of Urbanity" by Manuel Carreño.

Friends of the World Foundation Incorporated.
Personal Growth Program.
 Module 1.
 Urbanity by Manuel Carreño.
Duties towards our parents.
The authors of our days, those who collected and wiped away our first tears, those who endured the miseries and discomforts of our childhood, those who devoted all their efforts to the difficult task of our education and to creating our happiness, are for us the most precious beings. privileged and venerable that exist on earth.
In the midst of needs of all kinds to which, without distinction of persons or categories, human nature is subject, there may be many occasions in which a child must provide assistance to his parents, sweeten their sorrows and even make sacrifices to his parents. well-being and happiness.
But will he ever be able to repay them for everything he owes them? What will be able to relieve him of the immense debt of gratitude he owes them?
Ah, the guardianship of a father and a mother is of such a high and sublime order, they are so cordial, so disinterested, so constant, that they are in no way similar to the other acts of love and benevolence that the world offers us. heart of man and we can only see them as an emanation of those with which Providence covers and protects all mortals.
When we think of a mother's love, we search in vain for the words with which this incomprehensible affection, of infinite extension, of inexplicable intensity, of divine inspiration, could be worthily painted; and we have to soar, on the wings of the purest enthusiasm, until we find Mary at the foot of the cross, offering, in the midst of that bloody scene, the most perfect and most pathetic picture of her maternal love.
Yes! This feeling is represented there as it is. there he is deified. There is enshrined the first of the titles that make woman such a worthy object and give her such a right to the consideration of man!
The love and sacrifices of a mother begin from the moment she carries us in her womb. How many then are her physical sufferings, how many her privations to preserve the life of the son that nature has identified with her own being, and whom she already loves to the extreme before her eyes have seen him. !
How much care in her food, how much care and diligence in all the acts of her physical and moral existence, to establish from then on for her beloved offspring a robust and healthy health, a life without pain!
The father cares for his wife with more tenderness than ever, he lives worried about the dangers that surround her, he accompanies her in her privations, he consoles her in her sufferings, and he dedicates himself with her to watching over the sweet fruit of love of her
And in the midst of the restlessness, and the pleasant illusions that this picture of fear and hope presents, it is more than ever worth noting how foreign the cold and hateful calculations of selfishness are from a father and a mother.
If the child they are expecting is so far from the age at which he can be useful to them; if to get there it must cost them so much anxiety, so many tears and so many sacrifices; If an early death can, finally, snatch him away from his affection, making all his cares fruitless and all his hopes illusory, what is there that is not noble and sublime in that tenderness with which they already love him and prepare to shower him with caresses and benefits?
Nothing more moving, nothing more beautiful, and no more brilliant proof that the love of parents is the purest affection that can be harbored in the human heart.
  For Your Knowledge:
(Develops self-confidence and security, the ability to act in the world around you and awareness of individuality)
This activity is intended to show you the knowledge you need to survive and be competitive in your community.

Learn the math tables from 2 to 9
If you know them, solve only the exercises below.
a) 124,384 + 23,689=
b) 1,000,000 - 256,847=
c) 879,565,214 X 23=
d)675 X 23=
e) 17,135 entre: 23=
f) 2/3 + ¼ =
g) 3/7 - 2/5=
h) ½ x ¾ =
i) ½ : ¼ =

  Read these quantities.
a) 100,003
b) 2,000,003
c) 1,245,000,025
d) 2,000,001,008

Look for the greatest number of synonyms.
a) face
b) Old
c) Canvas
d) profile

What is orography?

What is an atom?

Who is the founding father of your country?

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Personal Growth Program.
Module 1
Urbanity by Manuel Carreño.
Duties towards our parents.
Second part.
The son is finally born, at the cost of cruel suffering!
His first sign of life is a moan as if destiny were there to receive him in his arms, to print on his forehead the seal of pain that will accompany him on his pilgrimage from the cradle to the grave.
Of course, parents surround him with love, greet him with the kiss of blessing, lavish him with caresses, protect his weakness and his innocence.
There he begins that series of exquisite care, contemplations, condescensions and sacrifices, which triumph over all obstacles, all vicissitudes and even ingratitude itself, and which only end with death.
Our early years rob our parents of all their peace of mind and deprive them, at every step, of the joys and comforts of social life.
During that period of our childhood when nature denies us the ability to attend to our needs on our own. Stage in which our organs are too weak and impressionable, any slight accident can alter our health and possibly compromise it forever.
Their affectionate and constant care makes up for our helplessness and defends us from the dangers that surround us everywhere.
How many concerns, how many alarms, how many tears our ailments do not cost you!
How much vigilance they have to put on our lack of foresight! How inexhaustible must his patience be in caring for us and seeking our good, in the open struggle with our absolute ignorance, as well as with the capricious and turbulent will of the early years!
How much consecration, how much love to lead us through so many risks and difficulties, until the age when our intelligence begins to help us!
As soon as they discover a glimmer of reason in us, they rush to begin the arduous and important task of our moral and intellectual education; and they are the ones who imprint the first ideas on our soul, which serve as the basis for all subsequent knowledge and standards to undertake the thorny path of life.
His first care is to make us know God. How sublime, how august, how sacred then appears the mission of a father and a mother!
The heart overflows with gratitude and tenderness, considering that they were the first who made us form an idea of that infinitely great, powerful and good being, before whom the entire universe prostrates itself, and they taught us to love him, to adore him and to pronounce their praises.
After they let us know that we are creatures of that imponderable being, thus ennobling us in our own eyes and sanctifying our spirit, they do not cease to provide us with useful knowledge of all kinds with which we rehearse life and prepare ourselves to attend to the full development of our faculties, in the laudable and generous effort to enrich our heart with virtues, and our understanding with ideas useful to ourselves and our fellow men, they do not omit any effort to provide us with the teaching.
No matter how small their fortune may be, even when they are condemned to hard personal work to earn a living, they always make the necessary expenses to attend educational establishments, provide us with books and pay our teachers.
And how many times do we see these same parents willingly submit to all kinds of privations, to prevent the course of our studies from being interrupted!
Once our education is finished, and we are already formed, at the cost of so many efforts and sacrifices, that does not mean that our parents abandon us. His protective and beneficial shadow covers us throughout life, and his care, as we have already said, does not end except with death.
Barahona, República Dominicana


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