By Bertrand Russell
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There evidently pleasing her. And I would think that never, never, never should I learn to behave in a manner that could possibly please any before my woman some things home, but whom might be interested. Until just sixteenth birthday, I was sometimes able to speak of to my did not know my in I tutors. Until that date I tutors seldom stayed why this was educated more than at three months. I was, but I think it was because whenever  Adolescence a new tutor arrived, I used to induce Mm to acy with absurd.
This, however, did not deter me, and I spent heart. shelf. I my spare time reading him, and learning him by Knowing no one to whom I could speak of what I all thought or felt, I used to reflect how wonderful it would have been to know Shelley, and to wonder whether I should ever meet any live human being with whom I should feel so much in sympathy. Alongside with my interest in poetry, went an intense interest and philosophy. My grandfather was Anglican; my was a Scotch but grandmother Presbyterian, gradually became a Unitarian.
But when he became involved in scandal, they agreed terrorists. with Gladstone in repudiating him. Twice I went with my Aunt Agatha used to go for walks with Michael Davitt, the Irish patriot, and also by myself. The beauty of the scenery  to Ireland. I made a profound impression The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell on me. I remember especially a small lake in County Wicklow, called Lugala. I have associated it ever since, though for no good reason, with the lines: Like as the waves make toward the pebbled shore, So do our minutes hasten to their end.