■ Dr Olive Johnston (Australia) ■ Akira Mochizuki (Japan) ■ Kyoko Watanabe (Japan)
■ Sister Maria (Italy) Elizabeth Taylor (United Satats) Katherine Quinn (United Satats)
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Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo / Doctor of Anatomy
Takeshi Yoro


It is not at all the case that more fertilizer will increase the harvest.
You never know when locusts will appear. Weeds are also visible.
The shore will also collapse. So I have to keep an eye on it from time to time.
And every time something happens, you have to step in.

Parenting is the same. Parents first recognize that the other person is natural.
If you leave them as they are, they will turn into wild children, so you have to nudge them every day, care for them, and keep an eye on them.
"I can do it that way" and "this will happen if I do this" do not work.

It takes effort, patience, and perseverance.

Takeshi Yoro  From 

"There is no such thing as a picture-perfect child-rearing" (Gentosha) 

Takeshi Yoro Born in Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture in 1937. He graduated from the University of Tokyo School of Medicine. 
His major was is anatomy. He is a professor emeritus at the University of Tokyo. 
The 2003 publication "Baka no Kabe" is a bestseller with over 4 million copies sold.




養老 孟司 

”絵になる子育てなんかない”より (幻冬舎)

養老 孟司 (ようろう たけし)