episode 7 on growing up
This animation always contains deep meaning and realistic ironies.
What is a parent?
Life is a way towards directly to death. We always want to see what if I have done or not done something what will I look like now? will I be happier will I live better?But maybe unsatisfied is not a state but a property of human being——u see even if Jerry has been a movie star and lived a life that everybody envies. He still has his pain and eager that can’t be fulfill in his own parallel life.
Universally known that puberty is thorny. Parents may have different views on it——like in this episode, father saying we have to stop him from having sex with a robot while mother saying no it is normal thing of puberty. Later, mom says that child always grows a monster.
It's not an easy question. Today we have adoption, stepfamilies, surrogate mothers. Many parents face tough questions and tough decisions. Shall we tell our child about the sperm donation? If so, when? What words to use? Sperm donors are often referred to as "biological fathers," but should we really be using the word "father?"
If this is a truth maybe we should start a class to teach people how to feel happy and satisfied. More happiness less pain.
Hi, I'm Leon from China.The name of my hometown is Qingdao, a beautiful seaside city in east China. I'm a father of a three years old boy.This is my first time to Vietnam as well as my first time to stay with so many little children in another country. I want to thank Hempel for giving me the opptunity of coming here and I am very excited about the next few days hanging up with you guys. I hope you would like us and have a lot of fun.
The dialogue of rick and morty is always worth thinking twice. It reveals the bloody facts that we are used to avoiding talking.
As a philosopher and social scientist, I have been studying these questions about the concept of parenthood. But today, I will talk to you about what I learned from talking to parents and children. I will show you that they know what matters most in a family, even though their family looks a little different. I will show you their creative ways of dealing with tough questions. But I will also show you the parents' uncertainties.
Beth said that I thought what we have done is for our child but we just never gave her anything. So we’d better cherish each other to prove that the choice without abortion is right.
I am 35 years old, maybe the same age as your fathers', or a little older. When I was in your age, I lived in a samll village of northern China. We didn't have much money so that my parents can't afford to give me too much. Basicly they fed me against starve, and dressed me against cold, that's all. They taught me something, and punished me for my disobedience, then, they sent me to school.
“my life is a lie!” little morty says so and then runs away.
We interviewed couples who received fertility treatment at Ghent University Hospital, using sperm from a donor. In this treatment timeline, you can see two points at which we conducted interviews. We included heterosexual couples, where the man for some reason did not have good-quality sperm, and lesbian couples who obviously needed to find sperm elsewhere. We also included children. I wanted to know how those children define concepts like parenthood and family. In fact, that is what I asked them, only not in that way. I drew an apple tree instead. This way, I could ask abstract, philosophical questions in a way that did not make them run off.
Not every child was born with blessing. Better to say, we want to make babies less fear of the realistic world so we make up many romantic stories to tell them. And when they find out the truth of the world they will fell despair and anger
As a child, I didn't think there were something wrong with my life, until I got into school and saw a bigger world outside. I realised there were too many things to learn and too much unknown to explore. I desired a better life and a more integral mind. So I read a lot, thought a lot, learnt hard to get a high score, did exercise to make me strong, and told myself to insist at everyday. Then I got into one of the best universities in China. That university located in Shanghai, the most modern city of the country. I still remember the first day I came to shanghai. Every thing is different , every thing is fantastic. I was extremely excited, at the same time, totally freaked out.
“I’m sorry that I lied to you and yelled to you just like my parents did.”
So as you can see, the apple tree is empty. And that illustrates my research approach. By designing techniques like this, I can bring as little meaning and content as possible to the interview, because I want to hear that from them.
.“we bury ourselves. I want to say that life is just so and we all will die. Come on let’s watch tv
I learnt fast and eagerly by myself, like a protege without a mentor, on the other hand, surrounded by millions of mentors. Sometime i was clumsy and improper, sometime I got confused and frustrated. Luckily, I found something valuable whose name is dream. I couldn't say I had no dream before, but just some unspecific imagination, even you can't call that a dream. At that time, I knew what is my dream: To explore and understand, to experience and creative, as more as I can; At the same time, make money for my self, for my family, for people I want to help, as more as I can.
“I promise I will call u whenever I need money or laundry to do.”
I asked them: What would your family look like if it were an apple tree? And they could take a paper apple for everyone who, in their view, was a member of the family, write a name on it and hang it wherever they wanted. And I would ask questions. Most children started with a parent or a sibling. One started with "Boxer," the dead dog of his grandparents.
.“this world still has hope despite so much despair.”
I always remember a passage from a book that I read in high school.