Words are very powerful. The value of verbal education, which makes children hard-working warriors, has been placed high. Mongolians liken good words to medicine and bad words to bullets, considering that a kind word can help a person to choose the right path in his work life and progress, while a careless word left a dark mark on his husband’s heart. For example:
“Words are harsh but useful for life: Pills are bitter but useful for life” “Everyone who laughs is not a friend Everyone who is angry is not an enemy” “Loves to be praised and likes to ship donkeys” etc.
Therefore, we teach our children not to be happy when we are praised, and not to be sad when we are bad at them. A person who can understand words is taught by a method to teach them to speak correctly with a certain owner and without being confused. For example:
It is taught that “words to be spoken belong to the master, horses to be set to the same”, “Words repeated are gyna, Dharma repeated is gyna”, “A word spoken to a person who does not know words is the same as a pearl thrown into the ashes”. He was taught to think about what to say under what conditions and to what person?
From the ancient times, when there was no writing, to the present day, Mongolians, in order to pass on the precious customs of their nation, from generation to generation, adapted to the age, mental and memory characteristics and abilities of children.
It has a history of creating concise and explicit sayings and sayings with a hidden meaning as a tool to raise children as human beings from the time they start speaking, walking, talking, and running to get to know the world and enter the path of life.