The thinker versus the doer

“Having gone though two university departments, I was fairly cultivated, thanks also to my long inertia, which I consider highly educational. He, on the contrary, was a great businessman, ignorant and active. But from his ignorance he drew strength and peace of mind, and I, spellbound, would observe him and envy him.”

Zeno’s Conscience

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  • Knowledge must come through action;you can have no test which is not fanciful, save by trial.
    Sophocles
    Trachiniae.

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    Sebastien.