1. Lost at sea
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3. All the grandmas and grandpas outside...
4. Tweety bird...
5. How did he know?
6. See Saw - Cecil
7. Pregnancy test
8. I am forgetting now...
9. William, before electricity
The way children view the world is unique and valuable. It can offer valuable insight and perspective on issues that adults may not necessarily see.
Children can provide a much-needed injection of creativity and enthusiasm into a situation. It is important to nurture and celebrate the way children see the world, as it can ultimately benefit us all.
We can really learn from them.
10. One must be lost for one to be found
11. Do you remember?
12. We were best friends...
13. Mom, be careful
14. "I used to play the violin."
15. "When i was a big boy..."
16. Up for sale
17. The lake wants a sacrifice
18. A bridge between life and death
19. You are next..
20. All about God
21. Sick boy in the corner
22. Hahas are here...
23. Just a casual dinner conversation
Children also tend to be more optimistic and resilient in the face of adversity. They are often more open-minded and flexible, which allows them to see the world through a different lens.
They are often more creative in their problem-solving and more willing to take risks. From a social standpoint, children tend to be less judgmental and more accepting of others.
They are more likely to take people at face value and are less likely to be influenced by social pressures. Maybe that's the reason they can see and feel things we adults cannot.