''Yes, it's the parents who should be educated!''
...Of course, we know from experience you can give the form that you imagine; in the broad lines, you can give the character you imagine; all that is quite correct. So to begin with, it’s the mother who should be educated, not the child. Then, through a very strict control of your own reactions, you can prevent certain wrong impulses from mixing into the child’s making. But all that isn’t new, it’s been known for a long time since it’s what I practiced when I was expecting a child. So I know it.
But once again, it’s the mother who must be educated, before she has a child, that’s what matters…<ref>https://incarnateword.in/agenda/08/april-19-1967#p11,p15</ref>