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In these charges there is an element of truth.
But if children unanimously aspire to something, we are compelled to recognize that it has for them some positive, constructive value.
It is more reasonable to try to give them that they want, in the best form, but we will achieve nothing if we gasp and cackle as nervous hens.
Children of all age are full of noble aspirations to great causes which as it seems to them, adults make.
At early age it is rather simple to them to copy occupations of adults: to drive trains, to play doctors, etc..