the essence of life lies right here…in the heart & soul of our children……
bandit |ˈbandit|noun ( pl. bandits or banditti |banˈditē|)a robber or outlaw belonging to a gang and typically operating in anisolated or lawless area : the bandit produced a weapon and demanded money.• figurative [with modifier ] a person notably proficient at something, esp. in contrast to or at the expense of a rival or opponent : he was nobase-running bandit, but he got the job done.• military slang an enemy aircraft.
PHRASES make out like a bandit profit greatly from an activity.
DERIVATIVES banditry |-trē| |ˈbønd1tri| noun
ORIGIN late 16th cent.: from Italian bandito, literally ‘banned,’ past participle of bandire.
in the relations that breathe without interruption…..
& in the importance of finding their own way…….