Long discourses, and philosophical readings, at best, amaze and confound, but do not instruct children. When I say, therefore, that they must be treated as rational creatures, I mean that you must make them sensible, by the mildness of your carriage, and in the composure even in the correction of them, that what you do is reasonable in you, and useful and necessary for them; and that it is not out of caprichio , passion or fancy, that you command or forbid them any thing.
Sometimes these cogitations still amaze The troubled midnight and the noon's repose.1917 Prufrock and Other Observations,'La Figlia Che Piange'.
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