+ABUSIVE PARENTS, THEIR ORPHANED CHILDREN, SOCIETIES THAT DON’T CARE

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I am really studying that little book I mentioned in my earlier post today on parenting:  When We Grow Up by Bahiyyih Nakhjavani.  My soul’s version of ‘moving forward’ and ‘traveling onward’ very much includes LEARNING anything that I think will help me (and possibly others) accomplish exactly this kind of movement.  In other words, I desire to study things that help me understand myself in the world a little more — one word, one idea at a time.

In reading this little book I am confronting some important concepts about how OTHER PEOPLE are SUPPOSED to be watching out for parents to make sure parents are taking care of their offspring correctly.

My society-culture failed me.  Society-culture is ALWAYS at fault when an infant-child is mistreated, neglected and/or abused.  Society is SUPPOSED to be guarding children by not ONLY watching the little ones to make sure they are OK, but also by watching the grownups in charge of caring for children to make sure the job is being done right.

And, yes, there IS a right way to be a person in this lifetime — and there is a right way to take care of the next generation of little ones who are growing up to take their parents’ place in the circle of humanity.  Knowing that human social order is in a stage of decay so that it can be built up RIGHT starting now and into the future is at least some comfort to me — at the same time that I can see in this little book that those of us who were hurt as little people WERE ORPHANS.

Yup, that’s it.  We were orphans!  What my parents did to me did not qualify them to be my parents, plain and simple.  I was left alone in the hell they created for me — and essentially raised myself.

Human cultures have a long ways to go to get things right.  We are as a species barely at the developmental stage of unruly, selfish teenagers.  I hope we stay on the right road!!!!  And God knows which road is the right one.  Humans just have to figure that out and make different choices.  Taking care of little babes and children would be a very good start in the right direction — and I mean ALL babes and children!

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4 thoughts on “+ABUSIVE PARENTS, THEIR ORPHANED CHILDREN, SOCIETIES THAT DON’T CARE

  1. I did find a copy of the book on Amazon… was only around $4.00 used paperback! I don’t know when I will actually get it, since I’m in Guatemala for the next few months, but will be looking forward to reading it. Hoping I can get it sent here soon. Write about it so I will know what you are reading!

    • you should be able to have amazon send it overseas — look for a dealer that does that or look on alibris.com

      would LOVE to dialog with you on that book. I need to digest it and synopsize it for my daughter before she comes around new years

      it tells of soul parenting — all the things you and I never ‘got’ from our so-called parents – our souls must have been very strong to keep us alive — and GOOD — lots more on that topic, I actually FEAR how much!! how much do I have to learn about this in THIS lifetime?

  2. “In reading this little book I am confronting some important concepts about how OTHER PEOPLE are SUPPOSED to be watching out for parents to make sure parents are taking care of their offspring correctly.”

    One word: FREUD. Our culture grew up with this man who did so much damage in the world, and everyone went along with it. We have no sense of “community” in the United States, and in my day “It’s family business, stay out of it!”

    Thank God times, and the law, has changed.

    The other thing I’ve seen is that my generation (born in 1950) were raised to make money and go to war.

    I thank God every day that things are changing now. Now I’m going to look for your little book “When We Grow Up” by Bahiyyih Nakhjavani. I’m learning and investigating everything at the same time you are. I love talking about the soul. Gives me fresh hope every single day and makes me know that heaven is truly HERE. Thanks for having me here!

    • So good to hear from you, Catherine. Let me know if you find a copy of the book – it might be VERY different from anything you have EVER read before! Keep me posted!!! xoxoxo

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