'It is important for children to be able to open up to the world.'
'It is important that, from a very young age, children can open up to the world, that they store as many impressions as possible, because it is these experiences made very early on that enrich their inner world. Parents must help them by drawing their attention to shapes, sounds, colors and scents. And while ensuring, of course, that they do not expose themselves to danger, parents must also make their children aware of what is going on around them. Children go to school where they begin to acquire knowledge. It is necessary, but it is insufficient. It is also important that they can nourish their intelligence and their sensitivity by associating with as many human beings as possible, and even the most humble.'