Oktawian Chojnacki
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John Holt
“he said: (1) accept yourself, (2) forget yourself, (3) find something to do and to care about that is more important to you than you are.”
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“There is no reason why a child, living in every other way as a dependent of his parents, could not and should not have (like everyone else) the right to decide what he wants to learn and when and how much of it he wants to learn in school, and in what school, and how much time he wants to spend doing it.”
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“We don't have to make human beings smart. They are born smart. All we have to do is stop doing the things that made them stupid.”
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Carl Sagan
“Those who seek power at any price detect a societal weakness, a fear that they can ride into office. It could be ethnic differences, as it was then, perhaps different amounts of melanin in the skin; different philosophies or religions; or maybe it’s drug use, violent crime, economic crisis, school prayer, or “desecrating” (literally, making unholy) the flag.”
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