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There was no way I was giving up John Peel and dub for half-baked nudity. My dad had read me lots of books about the cosmos, and I was as educated about such matters as a four-year-old could be.
One day, I was arguing with friends about the moon. I said the moon was like a small planet. Finally, I called a teacher over to help settle the matter.
We asked her if the moon was a planet. She said, "no, the moon is a star. Not only was she wrong, she was ignorant about something I assumed was common knowledge. This profoundly shaped the way I viewed people as I grew up. To earn my respect, you have to be smart or talented.
When I was a little kid, I ran after a kite a little boy lost hold of while flying it on a windy beach.
I had a "peek experience" at that moment. I have continued to behave as though the "peek experience" - being fully human and reaching my potential - is of primary importance. A year of so later, during 6th grade, I was punched by a bully. I did not fight back because violence is wrong.
I told my dad about it, proud that I took the high road, proud that I had a mature revelation about violence and the importance of alternative resolution methods.
From that day on, I have known that when it comes to paternal guidance and fatherly support, I am completely on my own. I was only 10 but I remember that day because it was the day I "lost" my father. I learned these lessons early: I trust few people, never think about the future in a fatalistic sense, not a live-for-today senseand err on the side of caution every time.
Life is a long series of hazards to be avoided and inescapable heartbreak.
It has been, and will continue to be, a lifelong struggle to overcome my childhood. To this day, decades later, I find it impossible to form meaningful social relationships. My cousin was probably 11, and had decided to do some target practice on some full paint cans with a bb gun.
My uncle was, understandably, a bit upset, and told my cousin if he had to shoot something, he should go pick some doves off the telephone line.
My cousin shot three, and was pretty excited until my uncle made him kill them, clean them, and eat them for dinner we had chinese.
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