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What Do Grown Children Owe Their Parents?

Summary: When it comes to the mutual friendship and love that makes a person fulfill his/her responsibility towards his/her parents, the word "owe" is perfectly appropriate. The word does not undermine the role of mutuality and love between children and their parents; rather, it strengthens the level of responsibility that the children feel toward their parents.
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The thesis statement of the article is that usage of the word "owe" undermines the mutual friendship and love that makes a person fulfill his/her responsibility towards his/her parents . I disagree with the statement and believe that the author has presented a poor argument. The basis of my standing is that the author has misinterpreted the meaning of the term "owe" to support her argument. I believe the word "owe" only represents the gravity of a responsibility.

The author defined "owe" as a form of obligation that is to be fulfilled unwillingly. In support of her argument she presented the case of friendship. When two people are friends they help each other, but they are not obliged to make their share of sacrifices. She stated that the term "owe" undermines the role of mutuality. "Owe" represents obligations that must be fulfilled irrespective of the...

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