To Learn From Children

There is much to be learned from children: children who toss away what they cannot use; who build towers, forts from blocks and palaces from sand, then tear them down with one sweep of the hand; children, undismayed if they do not fit in yesterday's shoes.

We can learn from children: children, whose defeats are rarely recalled more than a day; who break with a friend, then make up the same way; who value an acorn, leaf, a broken penknife, a battered doll more than a costly toy and are untroubled by the view if the world in which they drifted off to sleep is not the one they waken to.

There is much to be learned from children - they, who are we, no longer ago than yesterday, and will be we again, when it is their tomorrow.

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