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Quick: you've got to explain bullying to a child using one prop. Which do you choose? There's a quote by Albert Einstein that says, "If you can't explain it to a six year old, you don't understand it yourself."

This statement reigns particularly true with tough subjects like bullying. How do you explain that some people are mean to other people, and why?

Rosie Dutton, a teacher, visits schools to talk to kids about mindfulness. She recently taught a lesson about bullying, and posted it to her Facebook page, Relax Kids Tamworth. Since then its been liked more than 160k times and the story has gone viral as people share her amazing lesson. Check out why it's become so popular by reading it for yourself, below.





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After her post blew up, Rosie edited her post on Facebook.

Bullying is something we should all stand up against.

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Even when I hate them I can always find the reason they're involved in the story, so I find it difficult to want them to be erased.

Certain characters flaws and the most heinous decisions are written to further story and bolster the audience's love for the heroes.

So as much as we loathe them, we need them; much like our enemies in real life. That is what makes compelling drama.

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People of reddit, what fictional character do you hate with a passion?
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Psh, don't hold your breath.

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Modern medicine is a marvel. It's the reason why we've been able to effectively eradicate some serious diseases and improve the quality of health care around the world. When you take these two things into consideration, it's easy to see why vaccine hesitancy can be such a frustrating topic for people right now.

Many people would not be able to survive without the benefits of modern medicine. That's what we learned after Redditor forevernostalgic23 asked the online community,

"If modern medicine didn't exist what medical condition would have died from or been severely impacted by?"
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