"So many jokes are there about the children – how they behave, how they talk. And they are so innocent that they will tell everything to everyone. They have no way of hiding anything, it is very difficult. I know one joke: a gentleman came to the house for dinner. So the child was looking at him very intensely. And then he says: “Mother, he doesn’t eat like a horse, as you told me!” She laughs. So everybody was shocked, because he doesn’t eat like a horse. Mother must have told him: “He eats like a horse”. So he looked at him and thought: “He doesn’t eat like a horse!”
Then we teach also our children another bad thing, that is, “You must possess everything.” Especially in the West, it is a thing they do. They tell the child that: “This is yours, you should not give it to anyone, this is your own.” On the contrary, you should tell them: “You can do what you like.” Leave it to their innocence. You will be amazed, they will give up everything that they have. In such a beautiful manner, they will behave, that you will be amazed how they try to please everyone, and try to do something to entertain you.