In life the choices are either “good” or “bad.” And in order for our choices to merit the distinction of being defined as “bad” or “good” we must first come to a knowledge of what “good” means and what “bad” means relative to each other.
Therefore, it is commonly assumed that one must know the “good” and the “bad” in order to make an accountable and appreciable choice between the two.
In addition, a person’s self-worth and character and how they are perceived by society is directly linked to how their behavior, demeanor and actions are assessed and labeled by society at large, i.e. a bad person does bad things and good person does good things.
Are you hearing me people?
If this be the case – and I believe that it is – we should stop calling and labeling the actions of our children as being “bad.”
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