What about the children? Pt. 2

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We often forget, as the more mature adults we consider ourselves to be, to think of the little ones. The children whom heavily rely on our understanding of the world, when we ourselves minimally question our behaviors but defend adamantly with an unwavering confidence. But how much of our claim of protecting children is actually true?

Does our empathy have a limit? 

As apathetic as it may sound, the answer is a resounding yes.