The Codes of Training

  1. the Translators Note
  2. Foreword
  3. The Parents Responsibility
  4. The Knowledge and Mutual Cooperation of the Educators
  5. Training-through Deeds, Not Just Talk
  6. Abstain From Domestic Differences
  7. Starting Life As a Mother
  8. Welfare of the Embryo (foetus) Depends On the Mothers Nutrition
  9. The Effect of the Mothers Nutrition On the Foetus
  10. The Mothers Nutrition
  11. Consuming Tobacco
  12. When Pregnant Women Fall Ill
  13. Effect of the Psychological Condition of the Mother On the Embryo
  14. An Advice To Pregnant Women
  15. Clean Environment
  16. Miscarriage
  17. Difficult Deliveries
  18. After the Birth
  19. Mothers Milkthe Best Nutrition
  20. Supplement the Mothers Milk
  21. Weaning From Mothers Milk
  22. The Schedule of Breast Feeding
  23. If the Mother Is Deficient in Milk
  24. Weaning the Child
  25. Daughter Or Son
  26. Naming the Child
  27. Health and Hygiene
  28. The Childs Sleep & Freedom of Movement
  29. The Most Delicate Period of Life
  30. The Newborn and Moral Upbringing
  31. Religious Upbringing of the New Born
  32. The Sense of Belonging
  33. When the Child Starts To See the World Around Him
  34. Affection
  35. The Expression of Love and Affection
  36. Love Not an Instrument of Convenience
  37. Love Should Not Become a Hindrance To Good Upbringing
  38. The Spoilt Child
  39. Sucking of Thumbs
  40. Fear
  41. Play & Recreation
  42. Conceit Or Pride
  43. Taqleed Or Emulation
  44. Search For the Truth
  45. Self-confidence
  46. Independence
  47. Stubbornness
  48. Work and Performance of Duties
  49. Straightforwardness
  50. Keeping Promises
  51. Ownership
  52. Magnanimity
  53. A Helping Hand in Good Work
  54. Humaneness and Children
  55. Justice & Equality
  56. Respect For the Children
  57. Self-assessment & Meaningful Existence
  58. The Income of the Household and Expenses
  59. Respect For the Law
  60. Respect
  61. Theft and Kleptomania
  62. Jealousy
  63. Anger
  64. Tongue Lashing & Impertinence
  65. Backbiting Or Carrying Words
  66. Fault-finding
  67. Childrens Quarrels
  68. Friends & Friendship
  69. The Child & Theological Education
  70. The Child & the Religious Duties
  71. Political & Social Training
  72. The Child & the Radio and Television
  73. The Gender Problems
  74. The Habit of Reading Books
  75. Physically Handicapped Children
  76. Physical Punishment
  77. Non-physical Punishments
  78. Encouragement & Reward