Monday, June 25, 2007

Archived

"...he still thought it self-evident that one had to do what was right; he had never learned how people could want to do otherwise; he had learned only that they did. It still seemed simple and incomprehensible to him: simple that things should be right, and incomprehensible that they weren't. He knew that they weren't."

Atlas Shrugged

Ayn Rand

1 comment:

Eryka said...

I'm really not good with thinking books.

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