Look around at the many people, child and adults who rarely ever complete a task. Very rarely do they finish a picture, a book, a sentence or story - hardly anything reaches completion for that matter! Take a look at some of the children of today and observe how they move from one experience to another. When writing or drawing they often write a sentence or draw a small picture on a piece of paper then move to the next page. They often use the whole pad of paper and have hardly even written a single line on any page. What is it in the child or any human being that would instruct them to act in such a manner? It is the mental program of incompletion and the feeling of boredom - but the boredom seeds the incompletion. The mental program executes the action and the lack of understanding of their own feelings is the makeup of this phenomena. This is what they have copied from their experience so far and have picked up from their surroundings. The child thinks that there is something better waiting on the next page or simply turns the page out of habit and has a trained thought patten which quickly jumps to the next moment.