Young people need to learn to work. Their parents must not let them be idle all year for, as they say, idle hands are the devil’s workshop.
When I was growing up, it was early to bed, early to rise. My family worked hard, every one of us, starting even before the sun rose. Sure, I wanted to rest many times, but my parents wouldn’t let me until our work was done. They needed a rest more than anybody. They taught by example and instilled in us a strong work ethic.