About 98% of everyone is born with a genius capacity.  Stanford University followed 2,000 children for twenty years. Every five years the level of genius diminished 25% every five years until at age 21 only 2% of the genius were left.

Stanford professors found that the children’s environment, their teachers, family members, peers and even the media played a part in the diminishing of their intellect.

I read a study that said children hear “No!” more than 100,000 times in their lives. Wouldn’t it be grand if they were hugged 100,000 times? Or encouraged to be creative? Or shown how to overcome obstacles?

Children a pliable and can be molded to be amazing or to rebel and become a major problem in society.

Children are born perfect! It’s what the rest of the world does to influence them that causes them to be less than perfect.

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