We all have a reason to be here. We all have a thing or two to learn or to do.
For people who feel their main role in life is to bring more life into this world, I see nothing wrong with it and I want to share that happiness coming from the most magic and useful of natural functions.
And for the people who have that desire to raise children, dedicate their lives to these other lives that they may have procreated, or adopted in their families, or otherwise been involved in raising, I think they do the most self-less and useful thing in the world. Even when they do it for selfish reasons.
This being said. they deserve to be happy and to tell the world about it and to celebrate that great achievement and that fantastic involvement.
This being said, some people have a different destiny: maybe they cannot have children, maybe they are not fit to raise children, maybe they do not desire to, and prefer to fill their lives with other interests and other pursuits.
There is nothing wrong with it.
And it does not give the rights to parents to look down at the non-parents.
Nor does it give a right to non-parents to accuse parents of being victims and perpetrators of some social pressure "to get married and have children."
If you feel victim of such "pressures", it is only because of your approach to children, family and commitment. It is not because of family, children and commitment themselves.
Those who decide not have children are not "child-less".
Nor are those who decide to have children "life-less".
We all have our destiny to fulfill.
We all ought to ourselves to find what that destiny is and how to achieve a meaningful life.
Raising children is always meaningful, that is why it is so celebrated by society.
Doing something else can also be meaningful, but it needs more convincing to justify a life dedicated to it. Does not make it less worthwhile.
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