Why I’m Not a Parent by Marie Lecrivain No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings - William Blake This was the fundamental problem between Icarus and Daedalus, and although the former tried his best to walk the line, he knew enlightenment was not a heritage. Can you imagine the words, I told you so, dying on Daedalus' lips as he watched Icarus plummet like a comet into the sea, broken wings askew and breath sucked away by the west wind? Do you see the clever life jacket Daedalus designed - specifically for this occasion left behind in a corner of his workshop because time and tide wait for no man? Can you sense the momentary pride that swelled in his breast as he watched Icarus ascend to heights no one dared to go, his heart caught in his throat, and eyes wide open in wonder? Gyroscope Review 32 !