Words of Wisdom: Solomon J. Solomon

by Matthew Innis |

There is perhaps a curious fascination in novelty;  but let us count the cost of “rushing in where angels fear to tread,” for we may be branded with the appropriate epithet.  Leave the poseurs severely alone, and see to it that your methods are sane though modest.  Your tether is a very liberal one;  don’t…

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