Children cruelty and religion
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10-03-2012, 08:09 AM
RE: Children cruelty and religion
Haha !!!! I don't remember what we had in France for this episode but in English it's quite good XD

"omelette de fromage" "french is the language of love"... XD

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10-03-2012, 08:39 AM
RE: Children cruelty and religion
My father was military so I grew up in a pretty diversified community. I consider myself a good father to my daughter so I can say my parents did the right thing by not pushing religion at my sister or me during our years of development and influence.

Getting to the meat of it all - I would think that by raising a child to fear the 'bogey man' of religion isn't accomplishing much but ensuring your child is raised with the stigma of guilt and the idea that 'someone is watching them'. I was blessed with having teachers from different cultural backgrounds and they were instrumental in sharing stories of their upbringing across the world. Religion was never a focus point in any conversation. I'm pretty lucky I guess.

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