Man is pure when desireless, simple when fearless.
We behave perfectly when we act spontaneously. Even in our judicial courts, where spontaneity wears a wig, allowances are made when gathered evidence suggests an absence of premeditation.
We cannot renovate the mask-like fear-based personality. The most we can do with this fragile shell of a self is step out of it, as chicks do after a period of assiduous pecking.
Do not raise your sons to be your sons. They’re vaster than that.
If it’s fresh, new, original and graced, it comes from beyond the mind.