infancy conforms to nobody all conform to it so that one babe commonly makes four or five out of the adults who prattle and play to it. so nature has armed youth puberty and manhood with its own piquancy and charm and made it enviable and gracious and its claims not to be put by if it will stand by itself. do not think youth has no voice because he is mild and mellow hark in the next room is sufficiently clear and emphatic. it seems he knows how to speak to his contemporaries. bashful or bold then he will know how to make elderly insignificant.

learning takes many forms there can never be only one mode of learning. we live in an age where information is readily accessible at the click of a button i can learn any subject i want. we must not be quick to follow trend but question things deeply. we insist that those who live in rural environments are poor and those in the city rich yet inhabitant of villages grow their own food and sustain themselves by living in harmony with nature. there is a discord in cities life was not designed to be a competition but community. the poorest are those who do not own their time and fail to spend time with themselves.

these homes we buy can never fulfill us there is no joy in our families. whoever lives for his family will never be happy. nature commands unity and simplicity we are all wired everything we use is sourced from nature and the labour employed becomes the price we pay to consume these goods. we have made life so hard yet it is so simple. the butterfly does not see competition but a garden. there is an abundance of knowledge in this world create opportunities from obstacles