Do children grow like plants? I mean, you water them and keep them in the light so that one day they blossom. But we don’t treat children like plants, no, we think and act like it’s our job to mold them, we’re making pottery not humans. We take their minds, roll up our sleeves, and start kneading, we put our fingerprints all over their minds, what a mess. We transform the delicate unknown result in something we already know. We are so scared of learning that we stop our children to become themselves. Our children love us but we are scared of them, they hug us, but we step back and grab the cupboard. How many of us can look our child in the eye and say, I don’t know, how many learn from and with them? Water, don’t knead, be curious of the result, rejoice and smile, you helped a child become himself.