Maddy and Muneera recently adopted two children. It is very important for them to raise the babies in the Junism religion.
Todays lesson: Junism
Junism is a religion that is based off of Hinduism. Junism focuses on nurturing children to become adults based on the four main goals of life: Artia, being compassionate, Driva, being hard-working, Gama, having a balance between work and family, and Luksha, being honest
While at work, Maddy and Muneera decide on the names of their kids. Naming a baby is the first milestone for children in the Junism religion.
Their names should be Mia and Milo!
1 year later, Mia and Milo have reached the second milestone in the religion; saying their first word. Speaking for the first time celebrates the goal of Artia, which aims to teach children to be kind and compassionate when speaking to each other.
2 years later, Mia and Milo are officially baptized during the third milestone in Junism. There is a huge celebration with friends and families. This celebration teaches children about the goal of Gama, balancing work and family.
When Mia and Milo turn 10 they reach the fourth milestone in the Junism religion. They have a celebration with family members to celebrate the begenning of their studies. This milestone focuses on the goal of driva, which teaches children to be hard working.