Tibetan mothers are the best mothers. They never beat or scold their children, and never restrain and discipline their children in a rational way. They allow their children to grow up freely. Even if naughty children toss the house in a mess, their mother wouldn't be angry but raise her voice to remind the children of their activities, and then get busy with her own affairs. They don't value their children with scores in school very much. The important thing is that the children are healthy, strong, lively and lovely.
A scholar from the mainland was trying to ride a horse in the countryside, but unable to climb to the horseback due to his clumsiness and lack of oxygen. An oncoming with a bucket of water on the back looked at him for a while, put down the bucket, walked behind the man, picked him up on the horse easily. Finally, she gave him a pleasant smile then walked away.