"Every age but ours has had its model, its ideal. All of these have been given up by our culture; the saint, the hero, the gentleman, the knight, the mystic. About all we have left is the well-adjusted man without problems, a very pale and doubtful substitute."...is from Abraham Maslow's Toward A Psychology Of Being, 3rd Edition. (1968)
I like to collect quotes; well, I'm not alone in this. If they're here in the blog I can find them easier, and so can you...I'll probably mostly give quotes from what I'm currently reading, and in particular books for which I'm unlikely to attempt a full post. But some might come from my pre-existing collection.
Maybe I'll hunt up a graphic, but for now nothing but text.
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