"The best thing for being tragic," answered Merlin, starting to puff and blow, "is to get the hang of something. That is the main thing that never comes up short. You may develop old and trembling in your life structures, you may lie wakeful around evening time tuning in to the confusion of your veins, you may miss your lone love, you may see the world about you crushed by underhanded neurotics, or realize your respect stomped on in the sewers of baser personalities. There is just a single thing for it at that point — to learn. Realize why the world sways and what sways it. That is the main thing which the psyche can never deplete, never estrange, never be tormented by, never dread or doubt, and never fantasy about lamenting. Learning is the main thing for you. Look what a great deal of things there are to learn."
― T.H. White, The Once and Future King
You are being inculcated. We have not yet advanced an arrangement of training that isn't an arrangement of teaching. We are grieved, yet it is all the better we can do. What you are being instructed here is an amalgam of current partiality and the decisions of this specific culture. The scarcest glance at history will show how ephemeral these must be. You are being instructed by individuals who have had the option to adapt to a system of thought set somewhere around their ancestors. It is a self-propagating framework. Those of you who are more hearty and individual than others will be urged to leave and discover methods for instructing yourself — teaching your own decisions. Those that stay must recall, consistently, and constantly, that they are being shaped and designed to fit into the thin and specific needs of this specific culture."