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There are humane, friendly, peaceful and intelligent ways for us people in this world, in this life. So can result philanthropic ways through life. Unfortunately, this isn't so and not always so with everyone. People and peoples have got on wanderings and in precipices. Sometimes the misfortune of wanderings and precipices is judged often and differently and through this more heavily, too. The persons affected are often treated too fast so as if they were alone responsible to themselves that they are get on wanderings and precipices in the misfortune. Should all of us consider this cautiously and modestly: How much already arise, where we arrive with the birth and what we so can reach? What gets possible for us by contemporary history, hindered or prevented? What and how much are promoted, aggravated or prevented by meetings and opportunities with us? Already in case of these questions result for us ways, wanderings and precipices.. What can we intend for this or what is already there or happens without our assistance? Can help by the education arise with this reflection? Knowledge of such connections can have an effect in favour of the affected persons.
With humane education can we take care for a humane sensibility that there are philanthropic ways, that people remain protected from wanderings and precipices. Already the birth of a man should be the chance in this world for philanthropic ways. A newborn child shouldn't get in the risk of wanderings and precipices.
Can one prevent this? But not so that one takes a nascent creature to the definite precipice, so that it doesn't arrive in this world at all? It is correct -- that most children with joy in our world will receive? The care of the children is made come true by many people with pleasure and well. Just like a good supply children and the youth also need this care of the adults, that they remain protected from the wanderings and precipices in the man world. This can get difficult if a political seduction presses also children and the youth on wanderings and in precipices. But there can also be rescue and help for the children and the youth with watchful care.
Children and the youth are particularly dependent on help with the deceptive pleasure of addictions and dissipations. Adults who operate or favour this should be frightened how many misfortune, suffering and dying they cause with children, with the youth and in the families. All of us should really be frightened and declare ourselves for these worry and care - clear, audible and effective?!