Even at a very young age we have begun to examine our creations. We wonder what should be adjusted, if the proportion is correct, if juxtaposition is satisfying, and so forth. This does not need to be a taught behavior. It is an inherited behavior. I expect many people have this perspective on creations, but some explore it more than others. And some are allowed or encouraged more than others to take what time they need to look a thing over. Not that parents need to say, “boy, look at this,” or that, or anything. But that children be given the time and the space to find relationships and think about them, should be an imperative.