Sex Education, by Dorothy Canfield Fisher


Our memories not only play tricks on us, they also evolve as we move on through life. According to some researchers, a memory changes each time we recall it, relate it, and refile it. But as tonight’s story tells us, memories may also develop in response to our life experiences, and to our own intimate knowledge – gained only through maturity – of what human existence is really about.

And speaking of maturity, Dorothy Canfield Fisher (1879-1958) saw certain things very clearly: One of the many things nobody ever tells you about middle age, she once wrote, is that it’s such a nice change from being young.

Sex Education, by Dorothy Canfield Fisher {30:03}

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