Reader: Indian Arrow



Many of the arrows shot by the Indians are made by themselves. The length and material of the arrow shaft, the weight of the feather, the position of the feather from the arrowhead, the weight and material of the arrowhead, etc. are all very particular, enough for aerodynamicists to study for half a lifetime. Once a priest had an opportunity to ask an experienced Indian archer for his tips on making arrows. The archer said that in fact, as long as the arrow shaft is straightened, other sloppy things don't matter at all. If the arrow shaft is not straight, even if you are perfect in other respects, it will be difficult to hit the arrow.

The pastor deduced from this that the most important thing in cultivating children is the cultivation of moral character. It is far more important to teach him to be a man of integrity than to make him a genius. But if you search for bestsellers, you will find that there are many who teach people to be successful, but few who teach people to be adults!

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