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 Religion is never forced on children's . It becomes a part and parcel of life as one gets born in a home and get use to what he learns with the people he is living and also gets the name and identity with the religion !!!


     Religion gives the identity to the people , but it depends upon the belief and non-belief , as a man without religion is incomplete and his life has no base. Whether the person is Hindu ,Muslim or Christian  the biggest thing is respect all the religion and shouldn't hurt the sentiments of the believers  .

          Because  in life religion plays important role because it connects the god the maker of this world...  

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Forcing anything on anyone is .... not correct

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Originally posted by sandya_rao7

Originally posted by qwertyesque

Originally posted by sandya_rao7

yes it is acceptable for parents to teach their children their religion and its up to them to follow that or not. at least when they a young they are taught their own religion. if they feel they are not able to follow that religion then they are free to change it after growing up
 
Right.. it should be physically enforced till they are 18 and then force it through emotional blackmail... then on...indian women are aces at that....


don u physically force ur children to pray? or ur parents did that? had it been possible to stop Indian men through emotional blackmail then we wont have any wars problems only in india.


dear our religion says in ramayan n mahabharat wars were fought due to women.Wink

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In a way, yes, one is "forced" into their religion, why? Because at that young age, religion is not something a child can comprehend. Parents give children everything they own, from life, language, values, morals, to faith. Its all a part of the package. As the child matures, however, it becomes his or her own responsibility to seek truth in that religion/faith and realize your own beliefs. It is hurtful and shocking to parents to see their child convert to a different religion/faith or completely denounce any faith, as though they are denying what their parents' believe in so firmly. It is an obvious reaction, especially because we all consider our faith to be the most superior of all. However, I also think that it is wrong for one to pretend to believe in something one doesn't believe in, purely for the sake of convenience or another's satisfaction.

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