The Only Shortcut to Mastery

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The Daily Laws by Robert Greene, Pg. 57

“Freedom consists not in refusing to recognize anything above us, but in respecting something which is above us; for, but respecting it, we raise ourselves to it, and, by our very acknowledgement, prove that we bear within ourselves what is higher, and are worthy to be on a level with it.” — Johann Wolfgang von…

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