We must beware of the past, mustn't we? i mean that any fixing of the mind on old evils beyond what is absolutely necessary for repenting our own sins and forgiving those of others is certainly useless and usually bad for us. notice in dante that the lost souls are entirely concerned with their past! not so the saved.
Once a man recognizes himself as a being surrounded by other beings in this world and begins to respect his life and take it to the highest value, he becomes a thinking being. Then he values other lives and experiences them as part of his own life. With that, his goal is to help everyone take their life to the highest value; anything which limits or destroys a life is evil. That is morality. That is how men are related to the world around them.
I had always been scrupulously careful to avoid the smallest suggestion of infant indoctrination, which i think is ultimately responsible for much of the evil in the world. Others, less close to her, showed no such scruples, which upset me, as i very much wanted her, as i want all children, to make up her own mind freely when she became old enough to do so. I would encourage her to think, without telling her what to think.