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Re: theos-talk History

Apr 17, 2012 00:07 AM
by Tom Robertson

>where hundreds in his place would have collapsed and given up the whole undertaking in despair, he, unmoved and unmovable, went on climbing up and toiling as before, unrelenting and undismayed,. supported by that one thought and conviction that he was doing his duty. 

Why did he regard such to be his duty?  Isn't the thanklessness of
others evidence that it wasn't?  Sometimes I think selfless people
regard the actual project to be accomplished as of too little
importance and think selflessness is a virtue, per se.

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