“I am going to prepare my children for the world of adulthood by giving them a childhood, in the true sense of the word. A childhood that is free from worries and thoughts they are not able to erase from their minds. A childhood that is rich with experiences of nature and imagination. A childhood where they are actively living life rather than being observers or receivers of it. A childhood where my children can grow into young adults secure in their own identity, free as much as possible from influences like mass media and the insidious marketing and materialism that accompanies it.”

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