Alexander Solzhenitsyn

‘It is not because the truth is too difficult to see that we make mistakes… we make mistakes because the easiest and most comfortable course for us is to seek insight where it accords with our emotions – especially selfish ones.’ Alexander Solzhenitsyn

February 10, 2009 · 1 min read

‘It is not because the truth is too difficult to see that we make mistakes… we make mistakes because the easiest and most comfortable course for us is to seek insight where it accords with our emotions – especially selfish ones.’

Alexander Solzhenitsyn


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