"Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it." 

If you grew up in a household with Christian faith or a grandma that has a close tie with "the man upstairs", you have more than likely heard the popular Bible verse throughout your lifetime.

There are a few essentials that children should learn on their quest to adulthood but as history shows, hair and skin care are a bigger deal for little girls than it is for little boys. 

Patrick Harris, an educator in Washington, D.C., is known for sharing his students' achievements on his Twitter account. Just yesterday, he posted a video of him teaching young boys how to properly tie a du-rag during what seems to be a lunch/recess period. A lot of people criticized him, throwing insults such as "why aren't you teaching them to tie a tie or be respectful people" and some people even complained that it wasn't proper protocol for school. On the flip side, there were a lot of supporters who called the call of action "legendary" or commended him for doing it "for the culture."

Harris took to his account to address the situation and school all the naysayers.

He's absolutely correct. Thank you, Pat, for being an educator that these kids need during these trying times. If you look closely, you can see the impact he's made on the little boy to the left of him who was amazed the entire time. Adorable!