"GO FORWARD"

One day, while crossing an Australian harbor by ferryboat, the writer noticed that most of his fellow passengers preferred to sit facing the direction in which they were traveling. On its return trip, the boat would merely go into reverse, and the returning passengers would reverse the adjustable seats so that they too would face forward.

This tendency of preferring to face forward is universal. We naturally like to see where we are going. But does it not also indicate an innate desire to go forward, to be progressive?

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