Bhagwad Gita says — As the noble men act, so do others; whatever example they set, others follow.
What examples do the elders set in front of the children by their behaviour? Whatever anyone may say, the truth remains that children always follow the example of their elders. In books and in media it is always presented and propagated that good children should behave in a certain way. But do those messages and lessons carry any weight at all when all the time children are watching their elders acting exactly in the contrary?
No, children have not lost their sense. They never had. The children today are exactly the same as the children in any generation, in any era or times. They are merely absorbing whatever they are observing around themselves; they are only trying to adjust themselves to the fast changing circumstances and environment. They are sometimes lost, and do not have anyone to look forward to. They require understanding, love, sympathy; and definitely not the preaching, lectures, or lessons. The best and the only way to ensure that children take up the traditional Indian values, and preserve them for the generations to come, is to show them those values in action, setting a strong example in front of them. When children watch their elders — whom they always take as their role models — they would start following their example on their own.