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Often, a rare elegance sparkles in his language. Like a well cut diamond turning under the light. Sometimes, the flashes of fiery beauty take your breath away. This story captivated my attention and made me care about the good guys.
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2. “Usefulness of the mind and senses should be based on whether those created approximations are adequate as bases for successful actions.”
It is a statement worthy of contemplation. One of several. I also hope for many more statements worthy of my philosophical consideration.
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