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It seems to us that we can see, hear, and feel what the baby sees and hears and feels. We know this is a mistaken notion but find it difficult to rid ourselves of the illusion. Maybe it’s because we are in the same place as the baby or in his immediate proximity. But it may be that our senses have met in the strange communion that is found in the great moments of love. Or else the baby shows, in his marvelously complex simplicity, that the separate moments of seeing, hearing, and feeling are based on the even greater misapprehension that we are no longer babies and have outgrown the state of infancy without any remaining traces, adult ghosts who no longer know how to communicate through the senses. (Our baby is rolling something in his hand, holds it up, and calls out to us.)

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