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Another brick in the wall

Continuing the conversation  about whether gay couples can adopt children or not in my posting “Nobody’s Fault But Mine”.  The writer of this song “Another Brick In The Wall”, Roger Waters from a rock supergroup Pink Floyd is a son of a normal couple, except his mother is a protective person. His father died in a war. Unfortunately,  he had trauma in his shool because of his teachers.  His trauma was written in this song.  I do not know if he was exaggerating the trauma that he received in the school or the teachers at his school were too hard on their students.

This situation in my opinion can lead into  BDSM situation. Bondage  Discipline Domination  Submission Sadism Masochism. If this trauma really happened to him, then this could arguably be a blessing for him. Because this song is really successful and popular at that time.

Being a teacher is a tough job. We  demand big and heavy responsibility from them, especially those associated with their students education.  Beside children are good imitators. Generally they can imitate whatever they like with no difficulty. And teachers beside their own parents can become to be their idols. An old Indonesian saying says “guru kencing berdiri, murid kencing berlari” . In English, teachers pee standing, student pee running. Describe how students can imitate whatever they like without knowing if it’s good or bad, right or wrong.

James 3:1  Not many of you should become teachers, my fellow believers, because you know that we who teach will be judged more strictly

Nobody’s fault but mine

Today I read an article about whether gay couples can adopt children or not. The  article seems to make sense. It says that it can cause anxiety when the child imitate the behavior of the parents who deviate. Otherwise, another opinion says that  the child after developing adult will have his own way  and act with its own personality. The influences don’t come only from the parent, but also from the neighbourhood and school.
Introspection on myself, my parents are normal people. But I grew to like this. Then, whose fault is this? Nobody’s fault but mine, I guess.