We’re almost halfway through the challenge. I never thought I could seriously write till now, given that baby number two can be expected anytime. I’m still keeping my fingers crossed and write till I can. The thirteenth letter M has a lot of commendable traits right from majestic to mannerly. Let’s take a look at them in detail.
What to teach
Mannerly – A person is prescribed to be mannerly when they are polite in their approach. This much be practiced from early childhood. Saying please, thank you, sorry and excuse me are simple words which we could teach them to practice being polite in their approach. This practice must begin at home and slowly could be taken socially.
Merciful – A person who shows mercy and is compassionate towards other human beings. This is especially evidently seen when they show mercy on people whom they would want to punish.
Methodical – A person who is periodical and systematic in their approach or behaviour is termed methodical. They pay careful attention to details and do things precisely.
Munificent – A person who is characterized by great generosity. Such people are very liberal in giving. They are greatly known to be good donors.
What not to teach
Mischievous – A person is termed mischievous who causes harmless tricks or trouble. It is not intended to cause harm . They make pranks and aren’t serious.
Manipulative – A person who exercises unscrupulous influence over people. Such a person tries to control situation according to their own will and wish.
Mannerless – A person who is impolite and ungracious is termed mannerless. They usually exhibit bad manners and are not punctual.
Mythomaniac – A person who is known for exorbitant lies and exaggeration. They are usually not welcome in a gathering.
If you have any more traits please do let me know in comments. Meet you tomorrow to discuss traits in N.