When someone leads us along such a path, we experience the way briefly and then forget it quickly. When we lead ourselves along it, we learn the way personally and remember it more distinctly. But if we don’t continually walk the path, treading its rut deeper and solidifying the connections between its landmarks, hollows and bends, we eventually lose the way, and are only able to regain it through pure luck– or a machete.
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