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If I'm the leader of a religious order and we have an orphanage, would it be wrong to raise my own kid as if he was just another orphan?

 
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07/02/2022 05:52 AM
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If I'm the leader of a religious order and we have an orphanage, would it be wrong to raise my own kid as if he was just another orphan?
This is a rich place in the Himalayas btw not some inner city rat den.

The children's area is staffed by 90% women, no male is allowed unsupervised wherever the children are for that day, and no guests are allowed anywhere on the premises without 2 staff escorts at all times, and we don't just "allow" guests. They have to be related to someone there or on official state "checking up" business.

Our children are happy, safe, enriched, very well taken of (they would be overweight were it not for the training) and above all, loved. So none of that is an issue.

I just couldn't bare to not raise my own child. Well I probably could but it just seems annoying. On the other hand I also know how children are. I was the "special" one in many group settings growing up due to my background. Oh I loved it. Others? Not so much. I've also been the "not special" one a few times. That's never any fun.

There are two pseudo "classes" those who were raised here from birth/rescued at a very young age who have nowhere to go and thus you don't really have to watch because they were raised in the order and know right from wrong. Then you got the ones who were brought in age 6 and older or who are otherwise transient (there temporarily) who you have to really watch not only so they don't get in trouble but corrupt the others with their ill taught mannerisms. A little statistic. 9/10 of the first class do not and will not know their birth parents while a little less than half of the second class have at least one parent they have lived with and will live with again (ie. going through divorce/addiction/jail,etc).

He or she would naturally be close to me at all times being the first class, and we nurture and love all our children.

There's plenty of male father figures around. Wise and noble men. Often those who have lost their own children or wish a place like this was around when they were growing up. "Come Henry, Uncle Leonard is teaching us how to prepare game today." So none of that is an issue.

People grow up without fathers all the time. I'd be right there. If asked if I'm the father, I'd smile and say, "God is your father, I am your guardian until you are ready"

You see my dilemma.

Thoughts?
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07/02/2022 05:55 AM
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Re: If I'm the leader of a religious order and we have an orphanage, would it be wrong to raise my own kid as if he was just another orphan?
Yes it's wrong, why would you abandon your child just because other parents did that?
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07/02/2022 06:11 AM

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Re: If I'm the leader of a religious order and we have an orphanage, would it be wrong to raise my own kid as if he was just another orphan?
What religious order?
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Re: If I'm the leader of a religious order and we have an orphanage, would it be wrong to raise my own kid as if he was just another orphan?
What happened to your child's mother?
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07/02/2022 06:12 AM
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Re: If I'm the leader of a religious order and we have an orphanage, would it be wrong to raise my own kid as if he was just another orphan?
cyanide in the Kool-Aid ?

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07/02/2022 06:14 AM
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Re: If I'm the leader of a religious order and we have an orphanage, would it be wrong to raise my own kid as if he was just another orphan?
How about raising those orphans like they were your own children, you effing moron...



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07/02/2022 06:20 AM
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Re: If I'm the leader of a religious order and we have an orphanage, would it be wrong to raise my own kid as if he was just another orphan?
No mother either? The child would want to know where he came from, the truth, who he is.
Not fair to lie about his family to him.





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