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There are also two secrets of moral and intellectual self management which should be offered to children; these we may call the Way of the Will and the Way of the Reason. (d) That, after a little rest in this way, the will returns to its work with new vigour.
Education is the Science of Relations; that is, that a child has natural relations with a vast number of things and thoughts: so we must train him upon physical exercises, nature, handicrafts, science and art, and upon ; for we know that our business is, not to teach him all about anything, but to help him make valid, as many as may be of 'Those first born affinities, 'That fit our new existence to existing things.' 14. (c) That the best way to turn our thoughts is to think of or do some quite different thing, entertaining or interesting.
Out of this conception comes the principle that, 13.
(This adjunct of the will is familiar to us as , whose office is to ease us for a time from will effort, that we may 'will' again with added power. .––We should teach children, too, not to 'lean' (too confidently) 'unto their own understanding,' because of the function of reason is, to give logical demonstration (a) of mathematical truth; and (b) of an initial idea, accepted by the will. It would seem that spontaneity is a condition of development, and that human nature needs the discipline of failure as well as of success.) 16. Physiologists tell us of the adaptation of brain structure to habitual lines of thought–– to our habits. In the saying that Education is a life, the need of intellectual and moral as well as of physical sustenance is implied. It stultifies a child to bring down his world to a 'child's' level. By Education is a discipline, is meant the discipline of habits formed definitely and thoughtfully, whether habits of mind or body.