What types of lessons does the narrator claim to have learned from his parents during his infant life?

The answer is somewhere in chapter 1

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With this deep consciousness of what they owed towards the being to which they had given life, added to the active spirit of tenderness that animated both, it may be imagined that while during every hour of my infant life I received a lesson of patience, of charity, and of self-control, I was so guided by a silken cord that all seemed but one train of enjoyment to me.


Frankenstein, Chapter One