Capitalism that supports regenerative farming is more likely to help climate change than socialism that doesn't
The broader point being: Capitalism and socialism are morally neutral systems that function based on what is incentivized. Just because you replace capitalism with socialism doesn't mean you get rid of the extractive culture that is our current system.
Socialism is just as able to prop up environmentally destructive behaviors as capitalism
To suggest that socialism by its nature will fix climate change is naive and instills complacency in trying to fix our current capitalist system if we are unable to achieve socialism in time
There's a lot of benefit to having a childlike mindset towards life. Allowing yourself to be more like that of a child can be paradoxically empowering in a way that pushes back against the drudgery of modern adult life.
That said, childlike ≠ immature. You can still have a childlike sense of wonder about the world without having to act rude or disrespectful towards others.
Still though, it's sad that our culture has associated being rude and temperamental with acting like a child.
There are plenty of positive connotations to being childlike, we should use them more.