DO YOU ALLOW YOUR CHILD A TWITTER ACCOUNT?

Do you allow your sixteen year old a Twitter account?

Asked By: PilgrimmeSoul 26-30, F  37 minutes ago

Posted by Me Nov 20th, 2013 at 4:19AM

I encourage my children and grandchildren to surf the Internet as early as they can. I think that the Internet does not cause much harm to kids than their immature parent(s). Good parents will be able to guide their children through any danger on earth with heavier responsibility. And Internet is the best educational instrument from now on. Nothing can bring the whole universe to man’s eyes like the Internet. All physical and spiritual matters are presented to each and all individuals. If a person makes bad choice on the Internet, he also makes bad choice in real life.
No nation dares refuse to use the Internet. If it is essential for each country, why it is not essential for all citizens?
KIngs, fathers, priests … should no longer make themselves as exclusive possessors of all righs and liberties. These must be transfered to following generations who will maintain order and security through democratic institutions.
Today, the laws must govern, not the individuals.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 While the setting up of parliaments, the organizing of assemblies of consultation, constitutes the very foundation and bedrock of government, there are several essential requirements which these institutions must fulfill. First, the elected members must be righteous, God-fearing, high-minded, incorruptible. Second, they must be fully cognizant, in every particular, of the laws of God, informed as to the highest principles of law, versed in the rules which govern the management of internal affairs and the conduct of foreign relations, skilled in the useful arts of civilization, and content with their lawful emoluments.

Let it not be imagined that members of this type would be impossible to find. Through the grace of God and His chosen ones, and the high endeavors of the devoted and the consecrated, every difficulty can be easily resolved, every problem however complex will prove simpler than blinking an eye.

(Abdu’l-Baha, The Secret of Divine Civilization, p. 16)

 HAIKU

Great Internet

Immense school mature humans

Should be encouraged

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