About L. Ron Hubbard
A baby contributes by trying to make you smile. The baby will show off. A little older he will dance for you, bring you sticks, try to repeat your work motions to help you. If you don’t accept those smiles, those dances, those sticks, those work motions in the spirit they are given, you have begun to interrupt the child’s contribution. Now he will start to get anxious. He will do unthinking and strange things to your possessions in an effort to make them “better” for you. You scold him. That finishes him.

Something else enters in here. And that is data. How can a child possibly know what to contribute to you or his family or home if he hasn’t any idea of the working principles on which it runs?
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