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Feature Article by Paul Rosenberg
Imagine a pretty spring day. You're standing on your front porch or some other pleasant vantage point and looking out at a sunlit landscape: trees, grass, and singing birds. Then your five-year-old child or grandchild walks up to you and tugs on your hand to get your attention. You turn and the child asks, "What kind of world is this?"
What do you reply?
This child deserves the truth. You won't be able to use fancy words or long explanations, but truth doesn't require those things. This child is ready to hear the truth about the world. This kind of moment comes along haphazardly, and you can't be sure if or when another might show itself. Your answer may affect this child for the rest of his or her life. What do you say?
The 14 Words
As you stand on the porch, away from everything but nature and your child, the only intimidations, biases, and slogans present will be those inside of you… and your child should be insulated from such things. Yo
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