Analogy is a powerful inference tool. When something is difficult to realize, I always prefer it to draw attention to casual errors in our living.
One more example here: I hope and wish that this will help. 🙂
Brain is body organ. Reproductive system is also body organ. Digestive system too part of body. They become mature at different age. Digestive system gets mature by age 2 or 3. Brain takes 12 years. Reproductive system takes 20 years. Do we take care of their development period?
1) Although all human babies are born with digestive system, for 6 months, we do not give anything to newborns and infants but only mother’s feeding.
Any doubt? No, right? Well-established practice.
2) Reproductive system responses start very early in age around 10-12 age. But we do not get married at this age and produce babies. Organ is still under development. Early pregnancy means risk for mother and baby both.
Why no education institutes/parents educate students to stay away from sexual urge in teen age and wait until reproductive system is fully matured? Just like we avoid solid food intake for infants below 6 months?
On the other hand, we laugh and promote teens to engage in intimate relations. We allow their exposure to filthy sex stimuli entertainment. Are we not compromising growth and development of their reproductive system? Do we imagine that this early intimate encounters may lead to mid-age crisis very early?
A life free of herpes, warts, chlamydia, and others is possible. One simply has to delay sexual behaviour. Will you take for your kids? Or like avg american teen suffering from STD, promote teens to engage in premature usage of reproductive organs?
3) Brain is under development up to age 10-12. During this age, human stimuli is critical.
Why we spend less time with kids when they need most? Why do we replace critical human time with gadgets (TV, mobiles, laptops, tablets) who are impotent to trigger chemical changes in brain as humans can do?
I just showed you biological truths by analogy of infant digestion. Think about it and take care. 🙂 (Y)