As we were close in age, we had closer relationship and made our own rules about chores: the one who gets up late makes the bed, an early bird puts on nice clothes and so forth quite playful rules. My twin brother and I studied together in school and we were always together from young age until I went on a mission and my twin went to serve army.
Then on we pursued separate lives. When I returned from the mission, my twin got married. Then I got married to my wife. As Mongolia is patriarchal society, men predominate in roles of political leadership, traditions dictate you should respect your parents. The important thing I learned from my parents was to love, respect, and listen to the elderly, and I also learned that their legacy is useful in life. Another thing I learned from my family was that we can also learn from younger siblings. Now I have my own child. I want to listen to my child and be his best friend and I will apply what I have learned from life.