Excerpt: “Besides, although the adult may well help the youth without pressing upon them a philosophy not their own, he should carry the bricks with which they, according to their own characters and environment, can build up a global view of life. From this, intellectual knowledge is not sufficient; of at least equal importance are feelings and intuition, two ingredients of our personality which today are pretty well neglected in our present upbringing and education.”
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by Dr. H. J. Jordan