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According to the dictionary innocence means that people do not know the bad thing of life or believe everything that you told Children are innocence They are living under their parents protection so that they could not understand the bad thing of the real life Things like social behavior which could see that children are innocence But they will grow up when more things happen to them they will deserve more experience of life then become maturityAs a child they see a person that can give them goods as a good friend they would like a cartoon character so much because its famous around their friends they would follow doing the same thing as the person that they feel cool They are really innocence Let me give you an example Try to ask a kid why he like Pokemon so much they would tell you that they dont know I believe that probable because everyone in his school likes it Yes children have no clue why they do it and do not know what the consequence will be So somehow innocence could make childrens in troubles So As an adult or parents you need to teach those innocently children what is good things to do and what is bad direct them a health way to earn more experiences of living and then they would grow up as maturity adultMy aunt told me a thing that just happened recently after I hear it I dont believe that really happened Two junior high school students stole so much stuff from a house which it belongs to another classmate of them My aunt knows both of them---the kid as a victim and the kid that stealing because my aunt knows both of their parents and their parents met before too One day after school the victim kid went to play handball and forgot to bring his school bag back home---there were a key of the his house in
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