Drumming: It's the action that creates the feeling: the doing, not the done. It's so important to teach our children native ways of being and doing to experience traditions.
Excellent! It beats [ pun not intended ] teaching them to get to Level 242 on Fortnite or whatever the gaming rage is these days.
And, yes, that's what we have been teaching the children by example in the last 40 or so years - acquire this, acquire that, acquire, acquire, acquire, gain power, level up, acquire, acquire, acquire ...
We think that children are being slothy as they sit at their game consoles for hours on end, but they are merely mirroring modern societal thinking - get skills, get promoted, get raises, get benefits, get this to save time, get that to save money, get likes and followers on Instagram, get, get, get, etc.
And many blindly hack and slash their way through life until they burnout, not because this is all a bad thing, but because the emphasis is on the getting rather than following a career path that actually brings them joy.