And most important - let them believe in themselves and become helpless as children.
Because weakness - is big and force - is negligible.
When a person is born, HE is weak and flexible, when he dies - he is strong and callous.
When the tree grows, it gently and flexible, and when it is dry and tough - it dies.
Callousness and power - satellites of death. Flexibility and weakness express the freshness of life.
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