Editorial:Free children

“Whoever the Son sets free is free indeed”- this is a quote from the Bible. This quote always reminds me of my freedom. Freedom simply means the state of being free.

“Whoever the Son sets free is free indeed”- this is a quote from the Bible. This quote always reminds me of my freedom. Freedom simply means the state of being free.

Children can be free to laugh, talk, play, study, have friends, homes and feel safe when with other people.
As you read, you will discover that there are so many things that we can do as children if we want to become completely free.

Just like many other children who are free, we need to learn how to be confident in whatever we do. With confidence, self respect and a high self esteem develop.
Remind yourselves daily of all the good things you can during your free time.

Children can use their freedom to help each other everyday. You can only do this if you know all your rights. These rights exist to ensure the freedom and protection of every child.

This week, I will encourage you to discover and learn your rights. If you know your rights, then no one can tell you that you cannot be a free child.

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