1 We do not know, but we shall learn.
2 It was that the learning was too easy.
3 And we learned much from our Teachers.
4 I shall learn many secrets from my books.
5 It was not that the learning was too hard for us.
6 Men must learn till they reach their fifteenth year.
7 I shall learn how to use the wires which carry this power.
8 I shall learn how to repair it and how to make it work again.
9 Yet now, as we walk through the forest, we are learning to doubt.
10 And if we went to the Home of the Scholars, we could learn from these also.
11 We shall need the days and the years ahead, to look, to learn, and to understand the things of this house.
12 We learned that the earth is flat and that the sun revolves around it, which causes the day and the night.
13 For should any men save the Scholars learn of our secret, they would not understand it, nor would they believe us.
14 Then our hands seized a branch and swung us high into a tree, with no aim save the wonder of learning the strength of our body.
15 To find these things, the Scholars must study the earth and learn from the rivers, from the sands, from the winds and the rocks.
16 When we were five years old, we were sent to the Home of the Students, where there are ten wards, for our ten years of learning.
17 We wish nothing, save to be alone and to learn, and to feel as if with each day our sight were growing sharper than the hawk's and clearer than rock crystal.
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