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Education of a Wandering Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 23 and 24 Summary

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Chapters 23 and 24 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 23, it is L'Amour's belief that man can achieve anything and has no limits. Everyone is capable of creativity and inventiveness. Man has never lived up to his true potential. Even though individuals who do not actively seek information, receive more knowledge than they realize. The subconscious mind absorbs information like a sponge. The subconscious is powerful. Man must learn how to capture that power and channel it for good and for mankind's advancement.

L'Amour settled down and stopped wandering but never stopped reading. He filled his library with books, not just the so-called great books, but books the provided a peak into times past. The beauty of educating oneself is that there is no curriculum and no limits as to what one can learn.

In Chapter 24, no matter what else he read or studied and no matter what culture he researched...

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