[Children, As Persons, Are Entitled To The Greatest Respect. Children Are Given To Us As Free-flying Souls, But Then We Clip Their Wings Like We Domesticate The Wild Mallard. Children Should Become The Role-models For Us, Their Parents, For They Are Coated With The Spirit From Which They Came- Out Of The Ether, Clean, Innocent, Brimming With The Delight Of Life, Aware Of The Beauty Of The Simplest Thing; A Snail, A Bud....]

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