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  • I don't think that parents should spoon-feed their children with what is right and what is wrong.

    Parents do not need to act like leaders.
    Morality in itself is made from personal mistakes. After the child has developed a sense of consciousness, The best way to learn, Is to learn alone.
    It makes sense that right and wrong is passed down generation by generation, But that shouldn't be happening. A child is more fit to deal with social situations when they personally test what is right and what is wrong.
    But when a parent teaches their children what society marks as favorable, They are teaching their child things older than themselves.
    The passing-down of morals is a plague to society.


    “A thorn of experience is worth more than a forest of warnings. ”
    -James Russell Lowell


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