Wednesday, November 11, 2020

What do the Machine Elves Think About Children?

 I see that children are like small animals. But instead of being cute and cuddly, they're loud and obnoxious with a lot of energy. Instead of making simple animal noises, they speak in human language (which is very difficult to understand). They have no idea how the world works or what it's for.

They're the same as animals, but we've trained them to obey us, which is remarkable. It's like how dogs or horses are smart enough to understand human language and commands.

In that way, children are slaves. But we don't think of them as slaves because we consider it normal for them to do what they're told.

Like animals, they seem to be born with the instinct to obey humans. They don't question orders that make no sense, and they even enjoy following them.

We consider them to have no potential. But, in fact, they do have a lot of untapped potential. We just don't know what we can do with it.

They have the intelligence to be as smart as us, but they don't know how. If we tell them what to do, and they work hard at it, then in a few years they can become just like us.

Children are considered by many to be the most important members of society. While they have yet to develop a full understanding of complex issues and matters, they have achieved something that few others can claim - innocence.

It is widely agreed among the general populace that innocence is something worth protecting. And it's not just children who are innocent, but many believe that anyone who has yet to develop a full understanding of human society deserves to be protected from any potential harm.

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Innocence is something to treasure, and it's unfortunate that so many people grow up and forget what they used to know. It's akin to losing a part of your identity.

Remember when you were a child? You didn't worry about how the world worked, or if your actions would bring harm to others. No - you had fun, played games with your friends, explored new places.

You didn't care about how you looked, or what people thought of you. And that's a good thing. Because when we're children, we don't have to worry about the consequences of our actions - someone else does it for us.

But when we grow up, things change. We're expected to take responsibility for our actions - even if those actions are just thoughts inside of our head.

Children are not a race but rather a biological age group, and they should be treated as such. They are small versions of adults with underdeveloped bodies, and as such can do little for themselves in terms of survival or physical strength. As an adult you have the ability to care for yourself; however if your body is underdeveloped then you cannot survive on your own without assistance from others around you.

As a species, we as human beings have the ability to care for children and raise them into adults. This is our own biological imperative that dictates our behavior.

I would say that children are a burden on society. If one is unable to care for themselves in terms of food and shelter, then they cannot be left to their own devices.

I would argue that society has a responsibility to care for children, and in turn this is what creates the social structure as we see it today.

The fact that we have this social structure is what allows us to live as a species. Without it, we would not be able to create the technology used for survival; if one could not care for themselves then they would die off.

As a species we have the ability to care for children, and as long as this continues then our species will be able to survive.

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