Your Child, My Child, Whose Child? Eze Nacho

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Published: July 13th 2012

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316 pages


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Your Child, My Child, Whose Child?  by  Eze Nacho

Your Child, My Child, Whose Child? by Eze Nacho
July 13th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 316 pages | ISBN: | 7.47 Mb

Your Child, My Child, Whose Child? Bringing reality to bare! Revolutionalising the way human beings view the upbringing of children, in this modern age and the impact of this upbringing on society as a whole. Though no one should crave for this but,MoreYour Child, My Child, Whose Child? Bringing reality to bare! Revolutionalising the way human beings view the upbringing of children, in this modern age and the impact of this upbringing on society as a whole.

Though no one should crave for this but, it is better for a child to have one parent who offers love, affection, direction and protection than have, two parents who, sing from two different song sheets who end up confusing and ruining the childs life. Thereby making the child a potential risk to self and others.Good parents are those parents who work together as a team with the primary aim of bringing up individuals who are well-rounded academically, socially, emotionally, morally and physically.It is crucial to understand that, theres no weapon out there except human beings! That vulnerable and innocent baby you are carrying today- tomorrow is likely to be someone elses wife, husband, colleague, next door neighbour or the one carrying a knife, gun or driving with the intention to knock someone over.

At these various points whose business is it? Should the up bringing of your child be solely your business in view of the fact that, the true owner of the gun is not the person that bought it, but the person in possession of it? This book is a must read, as it rips to shreds the unfounded assumptions human beings make, which have led to the crisis we have in our world today. Human beings need to confront their present day realities, in order to pay proper attention to how that baby is nurtured from day one, to adulthood.

Evidence shows that, it is not true that no one is born good or bad. The truth is, no one is born good and babies are born to scatter. What do you think a normal two year-old baby would do to a tidy room left on his or her own? Would you call the mess they leave behind exploration? Why on earth are they not exploring by arranging the room? Do you know how long it would take for the same baby to learn how to arrange and how much training the baby would require? But when it comes to scattering, the baby is a master and would not require coaching or training.



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