As a metaphor for human nature, the Acorn Myth suggests that each person comes into the world with an innate shape and an inborn style intended to grow a particular character.
“Myth is not about what happened in past times; myth is about what happens to people all of the time.”
- Michael Meade
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"Myths are intended to break the spell of time and release us from the immediate pressures and limitations of daily life."
"The greatest challenge has always been the risk of becoming ourselves in a world that is trying to turn us into everyone else."