“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken adults.”
— Fredrick Douglas
We seem to have basic emotions. I say “seem” because emotions are poorly defined. There’s no way to be certain that we experience the same emotions. It is strange that we simply assume we share similar emotions when we clearly do not. We say we do, and at a superficial level, we act like we do, but that’s mostly because we’ve been trained to react similarly, and we copy each other relentlessly…
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