The trend  towards a sense of entitlement is especially prevalent among those children and teens who live on the receiving end of a silver spoon. On the other end are parents who feed their kids an endless parade of opportunities, activities, and things – all without ever having to work for any of it. These kids wind up believing that they will never have to work for anything, because, after all, they deserve it. A Harris Interactive Poll found that 90 percent of parents do think that it’s important for their children to work to pay for the things they want. But the reality is that not that many kids had jobs. The survey found that there is a disconnect between the desired end result and what the kids are actually doing.  The words of theologian John Wesley are worth teaching to our children: “Work as hard as you can, to make all the money you can, to save as much as you can in order to give away all that you can.”