10. May 2020 · Comments Off on Birds And Their Young · Categories: News · Tags:

By: Yesenia Wilson Source: Onda Latina Magazine in April 2006 NIa'O CARE IS A CARING WORLD ever since to see how birds protect their young during the first weeks of life?, Birds bringing food to their nests essential for their development, have you ever noticed how the same birds made their equitable distribution among themselves so that all their offspring enjoy the means of subsistence, for everyone to enjoy equally the carry food to the nest? All this happens not because there is a law that requires birds or other animal to comply with feed their young, this happens only by the pure instinct of protection by the very nature of living, as the right to be fed is given in life. It is said that the person is different from the animal to have a Raciocinioa , ie by making use of reason, to discern, in other words, because a Piensa and decidea , but when we see the world the number of children are deprived of their food, education, clothing, medicines, the same future, when we see begging children, abused, working the streets, trying any drugs, prostituting, or simply with behavioral problems, we might conclude that more intelligent that more loving with their children, but common sense that animals may have regarding these alleged a padresa (parents saying that I mean both). The world is upside down, the parents abandon their children under any pretext, abuse them, violate their rights by depriving them of their childhood and of life itself, but then we wonder why there is so much violence, crime, alcoholism, drug addiction and prostitution we ask ourselves very carefully because there are more rapists and because there are more households experiencing domestic violence?. The answer is simple gentlemen, just look around, listen to the news or read a newspaper, and is going to realize that every day there are more attacks against our childhood, and therefore more men and women with no future. Frequently Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. has said that publicly. a

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