Amulet, your cheer and effort to educate/entertain the latter day browsers is endearing, but please allow me to explain what I requested a delete and prefer that had been done. When a post is publicly criticized like it was, it is best that it be removed. If not, like at a funeral, with each new condolence giver's arrival, the wailing starts afresh and detailed description of how the departed did so, and the last words etc. Even after the complaint has been lodged, while it is being reviewed and after a decision has been made, the lament about the damned post continues. Very respectfully mind you, but a continued and extended lament nonetheless. Like in radio ads advertising, they say the business's phone number should be repeated thrice to sink in. Well, we all have our virtual vanity, don't we? Not much fun that you also have made PA and its text-detection a matter of mirth in other threads. I don't like such drama. My post is considered not whatever enough, delete it. I prefer a direct response to the content of the post. Not bringing in one's age, gender, good stuff done in life, coy reference to other members who have opined on a similar topic. At best my post was worthy of the Likes under it. At worst, it was guilty of employing some of the child-like approaches suggested in the snippet. Like you said, I think it brought a different perspective in a crisp manner. No couching it in "I see what you are saying, but I beg to differ.." platitudes. I actually read the post yet again and hence also the parts it quoted. In all the examples, children at their cherubic best have been compared to adults at their frazzled and impatient worst, and adults told to emulate the children. The charming single-minded focus of a child on a toy is the same one that drives a parent nuts when child refuses to put the toy away and brush teeth. The same child who adapts so well to a new place will make life miserable for all if a step-parent enters the family picture. I found the basic premise to be flawed and the examples one-sided. Continued participation by me and examination of the alleged glorification of child-like qualities would have made for interesting reading by all. Anyway, some good always comes out of such experiences. I have learnt not to engage with OP unless I fully agree with him on a topic. I tell my child who spends 12 hrs in front of the computer, "Studies have shown that resting the eyes every hour helps..." He asks me, "which studies?" What is wrong with that question? I respond and we look into how to evaluate the credibility of studies. @Desiindian to click Like on such a post after it is thus treated takes conviction and a certain going out on a limb. Impressed.