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Re: "Holiday Season" & Domestic Violence
 
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Re: "Holiday Season" & Domestic Violence


Soulful,

My heartfelt sorrow for the hurt you have felt.

I wanted to point out one more regret that bothered me.


That is:

The loss of what I COULD have had if the world/individuals had been different.

Are children ever well-treated, taught to expect fairness, seen as real and worthwhile, and given what is important and needed?

In the animal world it seems that a mother, at least, would fight to the death for her child. Why not in the human world?

Why doesn't a mother, at least, instinctively know what her child needs? ...And doesn't need?


Why does every generation have to start over, from scratch, and decide what is right? ...And learn, too late?

Who is it that wants children into sexuality/emotions too soon?


Reading your post, above, I see that this regret isn't listed.

Shouldn't we already know...from past generations?

Who has taken it on themselves to teach us something else?

 

 
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