While his self-satisfaction is incessantly ministered to on the one hand, on the other he insensibly imbibes the modes of feeling, and of looking at things, which belong to a more vulgar or a more limited mind than his own.

The parent who pays proper attention to helpless infancy has a right to require the same attention when the feebleness of age comes upon him.

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