A Very Good Trade

Christopher R.W. Nevinson — A Studio in Montparnasse, 1926.

“Indigenous children are not educated, they are guided. (They) don’t learn to be winners, because in order for some to win, others must lose. Learn to share where you live and what you have to eat. You have an example of a life where the individual counts less than the collective. This is indigenous mystery, a legacy that passes from generation to generation. What our children learn early is by the heart in the rhythm of the Earth. “

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David Price

David Price

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I write about creativity, loving, language learning and psycho/spirituality. I’m a longtime painter and reader.