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In the well-known poem, The Rainbow, William Wordsworth exercised the phrase, "The child is father of the man." This saying means that all our optimistic and adverse mannerisms are founded when we are young. It is therefore compulsory to train our children to embrace healthy approaches and constructive qualities so that they mature to become stable persons. As for upholding their rights, the various roles I can play are to ensure the following:
1. Children are not unrestrained.
2. They have an entitlement to be born
3. Have a chance to recreation and relaxation
4. Privilege to health care, nontoxic drinking water, nourishing food, a clean and harmless surroundings, and material to assist them remain in good physical shape....