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Abstention is vastly over-rated!

Ed B:

Gee, whatever happened to him?


I've been reading a lot of G. K. Chesterton as of late (I regret not knowing about his work when I was young, but Podunk ain't exactly a Catholic town). This Bierce quote reminds me of one his:

“It is true that a man—a silly man—might make change itself his object or ideal. But as an ideal, change itself becomes unchangeable. If the change-worshipper wishes to estimate his own progress, he must be sternly loyal to the ideal of change; he must not begin to flirt gaily with the ideal of monotony. Progress itself cannot progress.”

Believe it or don't, that's all I have to say about that.





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