A Quote by Samuel Smith Drury on children, good, jobs, medicine, mistakes, music, and parenthood

The parent's job year in and year out, here a little and there a little, is to build up a disposition of good sportsmanship, of taking one's medicine, of facing the music, of being reviled and reviling not. This sense of not always being right, of recognition that perhaps we've made a mistake, seems left out of some grown-up children.

Samuel Smith Drury

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