Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Book Quote

From Thomas Hardy's Far From the Madding Crowd:
"Oak was an intensely humane man: indeed, his humanity often tore in pieces any politic intentions of his bordering on strategy . . . ."
What goes through your mind when you meet a person like Oak in real life?

Do you experience a renewed faith in humanity?

Do you feel uncomfortable because you have a calculating and shrewd mind?  Is the source of discomfort the fact that you have a calculating mind or that you use your shrewdness to drive a hard bargain with others?

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