childhood

 

"If defects remain in the treatment meted out to children, defects remain in human beings and hence in society. We need to realize that a fair and secure childhood is the right of every human child. That ensuring a fair and secure childhood for all is the secret to securing all basic human rights. Our societies try to secure the rights of the adults. We need to realize that we cannot hope to provide for every adult unless we can first provide for every child."

 

"The human race is facing various threats to its existence today. Our societies try to secure the rights of the adults. We need to realize that we cannot hope to provide for every adult unless we can first provide for every child. If defects remain in the treatment meted out to children, defects remain in human beings and hence in society. We need to realize that a fair and secure childhood is the right of every human child. That ensuring a fair and secure childhood for all is the secret to securing all basic human rights."

 

"The fact is that basic financial capability is a requisite for parenthood so that children can have a secure and fair childhood. But since people do not always take this into consideration before becoming a parent, and since this lack of consideration has ultimately resulted in the unfair and unjust world of today, the law ought to require it."

 

"Campaigning for fair treatment for adults is not of any use because unfair treatment is being meted out at the childhood stage at that very moment to children, who will have that debt of fairness that he or she rightfully deserves to be repaid, for as long as it takes society to repay. The fact that the debt incurred when he was a child does not cease to make unfair treatment a debt that society must repay and clear off. We shouldn’t let the unfair treatments remain and gather interest from childhood. Unfair treatment should not happen at childhood because that sort of treatment would hamper a person’s growth. The longer it takes society to make up for its unfair treatment of an individual, the more society will have to pay him back to make up for all his losses incurred due to society’s unfair treatment when he was a child."

 

the perfect world theory

 

 

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