They have a sick mother, who cares about nothing but herself. They have a busy father, who cares about nothing but his work. They have parents who don't care at all for them.
You think that's what you call childhood? No.
The kids will grow up, to have families of their own. What will they have to tell their children? Nothing. Because they never had a childhood. What will they teach their children? Nothing. Because their parents didn't teach them anything.
Try to understand the fact that you have parents. Try to be grateful for your family. I know you can have some up sides and down sides. Well, I do too. And so do these children!
They have a sick mother, but she does everything to give her children attention. She cooks, she feeds, she cleans. They have a father, who very busy with work, but no matter what, he always gives his children the best quality time. Their parents love them with all their hearts.
You think that's what you call childhood? Yes.
What will the children tell their children when they grow up and have beautiful families of their own? "We have wonderful parents, who took care of us and gave us a home."
Childhood is when your parents take care of you, love you, feed you, earn for you, sacrifice anything for you.
Your mother gave birth to you. Be grateful. Your father educated you. Be grateful. Return their love by helping your parents when they grow weary and old. When they're too sick to do things themselves. Be grateful that your parents still have kept you inside your house. And, that they haven't tossed you away like you think they should. Some people think that. I know people who think like this. If you think like this, don't. It's wrong.
Well, anyways, going back to the topic. Tell me, what do you call childhood? Do you call it having fun and going outside all the time and nothing more? Or do you call it having quality time with your family? Or something else?