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Above All Else We Must Practice Falling

Have you ever watched a child learning to walk? They stumble left and right, forward and backward. They fall over often. We notice parents standing near their children, creating guard rails with their arms, catching them when they fall. Those parents are usually feeling some level of anxiety that their child will be hurt, and, unable to contain that anxiety, they act it out by protecting the child from falling.

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