helping families thrive. . .
Surrender to the necessity of the task
Before enlightenment: chop wood, carry water
After enlightenment: chop wood, carry water
There will be no time in your life when feeding and cleaning does not need to be done, however much modern conveniences ease the work. Accept that it must be done, without end.
Be it resolved that the truth of kids doing chores is: ‘we all need to work as a family.’
Opposed: How do you know that’s true?
Affirmative: it’s self-evident: it’s our home and we need to work together for it to be peaceful and healthy
Even if by 'working together' you mean one's the boss and everyone else is a minion?