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Re: repetitive problem
Andreas Moritz Views: 3,903
Published: 20 years ago
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Re: repetitive problem

You can be proud of your special, unique qualities (regardless whether others can see them that way or not). Your daughter is certainly not autistic, she is just too special to be recognised for who she is.

Not being able to do one's homework is one day going to be considered normal. Learning by heart and trying to remember what you have learnt is an outdated form of educating the young and it involves a lot of effort on behalf of the brain, which is not supposed to be that way. The most creative and successful people in the world didn't use their left brain to achieve their goals, but their inherent creative juices. Overusing the analytic part of the brain dulls one's creative genius and is a source of stress and depression. Why are so many young people rebelling against being pressurized in this way? Because it is so unnatural. Real education comes from within. I think, your daughter is brilliant, and so are you. Cleansing the body does nothing to diminish your special personality traits, in fact, it is going to bring them out even more. I would not call them "imbalances."

With kind regards


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