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Benson, E. F: The Rubicon.v1. 16 Jun 2013
That evening the Professor of Ignorance sat long with paper spread before him, and with a pen in his hand, but he wrote nothing.
The window of his study looked out on to the street, which was lit by many gas-lamps. At length he dipped his pen into the ink, and wrote this:
"We should judge men by their best, not by their worst; by their possibilities, not by their limitations."
Next morning he read what he had written the night before, and smiled to himself.
"I have seen that before," he thought.
He took a book from the little shelf that stood close to his right hand, and referred to it.
"I am now quite sure that what I have written is true," he said.
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