There's a difference between having an imagination and lying. Hopefully we raise our children to know the difference. I know I wouldn't have gotten thru my child hood without make believe and I was a good kid. My parents always had trust in me. I remember once I lied about eating an extra cookie and I cried to them and confessed cause I felt bad. Lol good times growing up.

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I believe what I can see with my own eyes, and my God and Goddess are real. If that makes me crazy then send me to the looney bin!

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Oh no, I've got the only little girl in her class who knows Santa's her mum. Not. <br />
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Childhood is supposed to be fun and my daughter knows not to lie.

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But our job is to teach them right from wrong, good from bad. Anything imagined / created is a lie.

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I'd teach them that lying can be really fun.

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So called imaginary beings are real. They are your guardian angel. The problem is we teach kids to not believe in them

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Angels, demons, gods .... Nothing more than imaginary friends for adults

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