7. Cicero on character

Let me tell you about Gus Moen

It is not by muscle, speed, or physical dexterity that great things are achieved, but by reflection, force of character, and judgment.

I am here to guide him to such an end but not without some amusement on my part.

Dear readers,

I understand you are confused but stick with me. All will be revealed. These are confusing times. Life itself is topsy-turvy.

In this modern world each must come to their own conclusions. Be wary however:

Discussion in a sea of confusion are wasted words. Talk in the heat of it’s happening is a stupidity you will regret. Set your dial to silent appraisal.

Perspective rarely lives in the present. Those blessed with a pan-optic eye have the synaptic nerves of the genii. Time and chronology finds it’s own ink.

Trust me.

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