“The little, or almost insensible impressions, on our tender infancies have very important and lasting consequences.”
Some Thoughts Concerning Education – John Locke
It is an interesting quote. I am never sure how much they do. I look back and seek the perhaps imperceptible that fashioned me.
I kind of tend to do both although I have also learned to leave stuff well alone. I do think, however, that Locke is in essence stop-on.
Perhaps I have so far to travel back that I miss the nuances. It is hard, from this distance, to know what was real, or what I want to be true, or what I I fear to be so.
My childhood seems mundane and without influences from here.
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