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Maria Montessori
Child's Development
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Adults look upon a child as something empty that is to be filled
through their own efforts, as something inert and helpless for
which they must do everything, as something lacking an inner
guide and in constant need of inner direction. . . . An adult
who acts in this way, even though he may be convinced that
he is filled with zeal, love, and a spirit of sacrifice on behalf of
his child, unconsciously supppresses the development of the
child's own personality.


 

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