“Being an apprentice means that the master takes on the role of protector. What you do is approved and praised, and moreover most of the responsibility still lies with the master, who is always at your side to answer questions, assist whenever your own abilities, reason and experience are inadequate, and to cover up your mistakes with a compassionate hand. My master keenly misses his own master. Perhaps there will come a time when I, too, will train an apprentice, but I doubt very much whether I will be able to give an apprentice the delight I have had in my own master, teach them the million things that he has thought me with such enthusiasm, or do it in the way he has done. I want to always have a master, always remain an apprentice. “
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