Where one great harmonía joins together nature, society and heaven, trickster meddles with the harmoí. … unmaking old harmonies and sometimes, especially if he has a lyre of his own, singing new ones to fill the ensuing silence.*
Inquiry: What’s so brilliant about learning?
Reply: We can learn how to do that?
I’m not aware of being prepared for learning at school, or helped to make much sense of what was happening to me there. School and learning was something that happened to me, as it had been for my parents, born in 1909 and 1919.
There were four surviving children in my immediate family and only one went on to university, and it wasn’t me.
I came to learning much later, in my late thirties, but I will now be a learner until the day I die, and, who knows, maybe beyond.
I had asked my question about the genius of learning to someone exploring their talent themes** and this had been their answer.
The thing is, the more we learn the more we can meddle, leaving things better than we found them.