quarta-feira, agosto 09, 2006


«He was not good in a fight, and his nerves were more delicate than boys' nerves ought to be. He exaggerated these weaknesses as he grew older. The habit of doubt; of distrusting his own judgement and of totally rejecting the judgement of the world; the tendency to regard every question as open; the hesitation to act except as a choice of evils; the shirking of responsability; the love of line, form, quality; the passion for compassion and the antipathy to society...»

Henry Adams, The Education of Henry Adams

Sem comentários: