Some people suggest that it is wrong to give money to beggars asking for money on the street, while others think that it is the right thing to do. Which point of view do you think is correct, and why?

As a coin has two sides, no one can deny that permiting children to posses a smart phone has positive and negative aspects. However, if I were forced to choose, I is my firm believe that it is really not a good thing to let your kid have their own smart device and I think this way for a number of reasons, and I would develop this ideas in the subsequent parragraphs. To begin with, a smart phone can communicate a child inapropiate information. I have to admit that my opinion on this matter has been profoundly influenced by my own personal experience. You see, last weekend I was with my baby girl and husband at my aunt's house celebrating my cousin's birthday and all of a sudden my little nefew came and showed us a very violent video that came up on his screen while he was watching a cartoon on his smart phone. As a result, we were shoked and very upset about this and quickly took his phone away. It is obvuos to say that this demonstrated us that kids a vulnerable and need to be constantly watched over any access to the internet. For this reason, a child should not have in his own possesion a smart phone to avoid being exposed to this kind of online content. In addition, children can get obssesed with the use of a smart phone. Drawing from my own personal experience, a few weeks ago my husband and I started giving my daughter our smart device on the table so we could eat peacefully and enjoy our dinner. More over, every time she wanted we would play over and over all her cartoons so she could be concetrated and silent in order for us to gave a good time. As a result, since these last two weeks, my daughter now depends on having any kind of smart device on her hands in order to behave in a restaurant. In light of the above mentioned reasons, I strongly believe that smart phones are for grown up poeple in order to avoid negative consequences of using them.
Submitted by Ana Magasrevy on
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