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Innocence is such a precious gift For those who do not know what exactly innocence is the Merriam-Webster dictionary defines innocence as freedom from guilt or sin through being unacquainted with evil When do humans in general have little or no guilt and worries In the days of our youth everything is much simpler Remember never going to work paying bills supporting a family and doing all the other things that is expected from an adult All children worry about is having a good time Children take almost nothing seriously They can care less about women popularity money or the future Some people however feel that innocence is the worst time of anyones life This brings up the question whether or not innocence is important in life or not Although it seems as if decisions and events made during a persons childhood are totally irrelevant towards the rest of hisher life these factors make a tremendous impact on the type of adult a person becomes For example it is commonly known that most children who had abusive parents have grown up to be just the same If a child had very loving and caring parents chances are the child will grow to be very loving towards hisher children A child doesnt know any better during the stage of innocence and is unable to reasonably distinguish the differences between right and wrong The child who abuses his kids as an adult was brought up that way himself In his own mind he feels this is the right way to discipline his children This shows that innocence does play an important part in everyones life Just imagine never having to worry about anything having a guilt free mind and being able to do just about anything that can not be done as adults Holden Caufeild from the book The Catcher in the Rye by J D Salinger wishes innocence was never lost To Holden
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