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"Hitherto I had encountered only the brick wall of traditional views, but now I came up against the steel of people's prejudice and their utter incapacity to admit unconventional possibilities...
...I realized that one gets nowhere unless one talks to people about the things they know. The naive person does not appreciate what an insult it is to talk to one's fellows about anything that is unknown to them...I came to see that a new idea, or even just an unusual aspect of an old one, can be communicated only by facts." - Carl Jung.
From Memories, Dreams, Reflections.