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Chewing Grass

You Can't Choose Your Parents

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Was going to post this in the other thread after reading the parents name but decided a new one was more appropriate.

You can't choose your parents and by birth your cards can be marked sometimes fatally.


Now in my mind wilfull neglect means the poor child was locked outside by the parents deliberately, due to their names this may well be a cultural punishment.

A 56-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of wilfully ill-treating a child and a woman, 35, was arrested on suspicion of wilfully neglecting a child.

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This is a matter of a court case now so we really should not be discussing it specifically.

In general terms, you are right - our lives are very much governed by the luck or bad luck of our parents. The spiritual types say that we actually chose our parents before we are born. Something worth pondering on perhaps.

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