THE SPIRITS’ BOOK

Allan Kardec

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583. If children go wrong, despite their parents’ care, are the parents responsible?
“No, but the more hateful the disposition of their children and the more diffcult their task, the greater their reward if they succeed in keeping them away from wrongdoing.”
a) If children become good adults, despite the negligence or the bad example of their parents, do the parents obtain any benefit therefrom?
“God is fair.”


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