25 09 11 - 16:44We are all equal, so the only way to distinguish yourself is work, which means we all slave away to keep our heads above the sea of people.
And what's the consequence?
We ignore our children, and overcompensate with Nannyisms:
"Into the 1950s, children were free to play a good part of their childhood. If you stayed in your house around your mom, she'd say 'go out and play.' The natural place for a kid was outside," said Peter Gray, a research professor of psychology at Boston College.
"Today, it's quite the opposite. Parents are not allowing kids the freedom to play. And even if they do, there are no other kids out there to play with, or the mother may have such restrictions on the child, such as 'you can't go out of the yard' that the kids don't want to stay out there," added Gray.
When kids are allowed to play, they make up games, negotiate rules and make sure others are playing fair. All of that helps to teach children how to make decisions, to solve problems and gain self-control. Children who have too many emotional outbursts or who insist on getting their way too often quickly learn they need to change their behavior if they want to continue to be welcomed into the group, Gray said. - USnews
Quick, get them in school and socialize them to always give in and compromise. Make them memorize stuff. Force them to work a lot and then shuffle them off to jobs.
That's the path to liberation, comrade citizen.