Do Children Learn From Parents’ Advice, Or Their Own Mistakes?

adviceIn the News (from ScienceDaily):New View Of The Way Young Children Think” The researchers found that children neither plan for the future nor live completely in the present. Instead, they call up the past as they need it. The good news is what we’re saying to our kids doesn’t go in one ear and out the other, like people might have thought. It also doesn’t go in and then get put into action like it does with adults. But rather it goes in and gets stored away for later.

My Comment: A person learns only from his own mistakes. He won’t make the same mistakes now that he made in the past, but he will always be wrong about the future. It is written, “There is no righteous man in the world who has not sinned prior to performing a righteous deed.”

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