MENGASUH, MEMBIMBING, DAN MENYENTUH SISI DALAM ANAK
caring, child, parent, Existential foundation, exemplary, Wise Motivation, Love
There were two tendencies patterns that occur in child caring today. First, pattern that tend to the extreme right,which is a very dominate and too forced children. The second pattern tends to extreme left, namely overly excusing. Inbetween these two polar extremes there is a more moderate pattern, namely the ideal. The philosophy is that the caringand guidance tasks are basically inseparable from the duty to understand and interpret human â€™inner selfâ€™. The task ofnurturing and guiding must be based on an appropriate view on the subject mentors who guided and to be taken where,so that children can develop according to the nature and plays a primary task as a human. Children are basically spiritualbeings who have an existential basis as servants and representatives of Allah on earth. He carries a mission of unity and thecaliphate. The tutors help children actualize this mission by developing spiritual life and intelligence. From the characteristics ofchildren, the caring approach and guidance that can be used, among others, exemplary, motivate wisely, love andattraction. With the spirit of love, the boy who guided expected to have the knowledge, principles, attitudes, and personalityrequired to take his life
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