You say: it’s tiring to go to the children. You are right. You add: because you have to stand at their level, bend down, bow, bend, make yourself small. There you are wrong. This is not the thing that tires most. It is rather the fact of being obliged to rise to the height of their feelings. To stretch, to lie down, to hoist on tiptoe. So as not to hurt them.

JANUSZ KORCZAK

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