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Sometimes the harshest lessons were the most valuable.
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There is a technical term for someone who confuses the opinions of a character in a book with those of the author. That term is idiot.

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Leading means running fast enough to keep ahead of your people.

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I'm always diplomatic when heavily outnumbered by armed strangers.

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Bad writers have influences. Good writers steal.

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And the first king was a lucky soldier.

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Because those events are so real that they cast their shadow forward and backwards through all time, whenever men think of these matters at all. Even if they are mired in ignorace, they will see ... fragments of the Truth, as men imprisoned in a cave see shadows cast by the sun. Likewise, all men derive their moral intuitions from God; how not? There is no other source, just as there is no other way to make a wheel than to make it round.

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