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Children grow by observation and involvement, not by teachings and philosophies. Become a living example of the person you want your child to be.
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The best thing you can do for your children is to keep them the way they were born – An Active Intelligence, no conclusions.
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When you claim authority over your children, you lose their friendship.
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You do not have to ‘raise’ children. You have to give them space, love, and support to grow. Every human being is capable of a unique possibility.
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Being a Father means being a worthy Example.
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We must stop influencing our children and start supporting them by creating a loving, joyful, and intelligent atmosphere.
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If you set an example as someone worth looking up to, you do not have to do much parenting.
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One significant thing that you can do for your children is to invest some time into taking them out into Nature.
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If you have a child, all you have to do is create a loving, supportive, and invigorating atmosphere.
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If you have children, first of all, you have to establish integrity. Your words and your actions should match.
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Education should not be about molding children the way you want them, but about supporting their natural longing to know and blossom.
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Having children is not about reproduction – you are creating the next generation of people. This is a tremendous responsibility.
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Parents should get off their pedestal and start treating children as equals. This has to happen right from early childhood.
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One of the most important things for the growth of a child is exposure to nature and to the elements. Without a healthy body, there is no healthy mind.
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There are no bad children – only bad influences.
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Children don’t listen to you. They observe you.
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A child is closer to life than you are. When a child comes into your life it is time to relearn life, not teach them your ways.
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Learning per se is always liberating. What is frustrating is when it is imposed.
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You don’t have to be super smart for your child to grow up well. You just have to be joyful, loving, and straight with them.
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When a child enter your life, it is time to learn, not to teach.
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When children start committing suicide, it means we are doing something fundamentally wrong in our society.
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The significance of motherhood is not in the biological process but in the willingness to include another life as a part of yourself.
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We need to raise our children to be true contributions to the world. The next generation should be better than us.
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There is nothing romantic about childhood. Children can enjoy their childhood only if the adults create the necessary atmosphere.
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The beauty of motherhood is not in reproduction but in inclusion - to experience another life as a part of yourself.
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It is not in human hands to create a being - you only facilitate a body.
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Your parents gave you a human body. After that, whether you want to get raised by them or you want to grow up should be your choice.
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The best thing you can do for your children is keeping them the way they were born - an active intelligence, no conclusions.
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One significant thing that you can do for your children is to invest some time into taking them out into nature.
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