by Theodore Dalrymple (December 2014)
There are two types of men: those who divide men into two types of men, and those who don’t. But just as there is an infinite number of ways of dividing a sphere into two, so (because of Man’s infinite variety) there are an infinite number of ways of dividing men into two.
The other day, for reasons unnecessary to mention, I returned to Hume’s essays. more>>>
When there is non to say long 'fore the end, In silence pray for a heart to defend; A hurt unwound in its safe keep endures the rise and set 'til the tide unmoors. (on perseverance--and imperfectability)