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The Examined Life, Age 8


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1: Pardeep Singh Nagra (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), April 21, 2010, 3:10 PM.

I have a 5-year old daughter, Nanaki; she has more abstract reasoning than I can handle. She is regularly challenging me through phenomenal reasoning, such as: how and why we got divorced and why it would be important and positive for her if we got back together. Never underestimate the knowledge of a child!

2: Sangat Singh (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), April 22, 2010, 5:24 AM.

When our daughter Simran was born in 1963, my Chief Clerk on the plantation came to see the new born together with his family. Their son, not more than 2 years old, held Simran's tiny hand and exclaimed with joy: "Ma, what new hands she has?" Can you improve on this exquisite description?

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