Beloved, what if you had never heard of the concept of difficulty? Is it possible that difficulties would not be so prolific as they seem to be? Would there be one kind of difficulty after another if you had not been clued into the arena of difficulty in the first place? Had you not been told to watch out, to watch your step, to take care, pay attention, don’t fall, would there then have been so much difficulty to follow?
Had you not been warned not to fall, would you have fallen? What if danger had not been pounded into you or put at the top of the list of warnings? Would you have been so susceptible?
If all parents clearly honored their children, what then might have been?
In a Russian novel entitled The Idiot, a gentleman who carried the name of the book title had…
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