Last week, three underaged teenagers met with a gruesome accident.
I was just thinking how could three underaged children could get hold of a car and drive it in the middle of the night.
How can they get hold of the car keys without their parents knowing about it?
Have they been allowed to drive already without a licence at night?
Why didn't the parents not intervene? Before we turn over the responsibility to the police or authorities or talk about the road conditions, let us begin at home.
Parents' intervention is a must, and let us not let children make decisions by themselves.
They are absolutely not in a position to make this kind of decision.
If children do something wrong and we don't intervene, they interpret it as okay and they will do it again and again.
We cannot negotiate about what is right from wrong, and it must be made clear to the children. The question remains, could some kind of intervention have saved those children?