Children are often more willing to accept murky conditions — situations where the likelihood of winning or losing is unknown. As you get older though, your desire for surety and security keep you safely protected in your comfort zone.
How To Learn In 2 Days What Normally Takes 6 Months
Benjamin P. Hardy
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This is why I believe that we need a new feedback loop-type of learning with the kids; they know a lot more than we do about how to make this world a better place, and throughout our lives we’ve learnt a thing or two about following the wrong orders more than they (un)fortunately do.

Bloodlines have far less relevance today than in the previous centuries. Kids have their parents/guardians/tutors. But they all are our children.

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