One of the weaknesses of being human is the shortness of our lifespan. Or maybe it's the system we live under that robs us of time we should spending with family. It takes so long to learn the ways of the world and to become conscious. Then we have to unlearn what the system has taught us. We have to work long hours. Spend maybe 5 hours growing a family and working on your marriage. Before you know it your children are off to college or starting the families, relearning the same lessons, hopefully not making the same mistakes. Very inefficient. Did you know that aboriginal people spent about 3 hours providing for their sustenance needs. That means they had almost 13 hours devoted to family and community. Many of us (before this depression) worked that and more a day. Is it any wonder families and communities are suffering? But my point is, how are you passing knowledge to you children? I have my library and DVDs that will give my descendants an indication of what I was reading/viewing, but not how it relates to the world I lived in and how I believe it will affect theirs. I think we should leave video records of our beliefs, and about who we are. Our children could watch them for encouragement and use them with their children. So Family, how are you passing on your knowledge?