Seeds, by Sherwood Anderson

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“Old thoughts and
 beliefs–seeds planted by dead men–spring up in my soul and choke me.“ Sherwood Anderson’s deceptively simple tale from 1921 has a great deal to say about motivation and cognition, and experience shows that it takes more than a walk around the lake to shake off that feeling of being “a man covered by creeping crawling things”…

Seeds, by Sherwood Anderson {19:47}

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