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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Critics know the answer

without having probed deep enough to know the questions. “A critic is a man created to praise greater men than himself, but he is never able to find them” (Richard LeGallienne). The critic is convinced that the chief purpose of sunshine is to cast shadows. He doesn’t believe anything, but he still wants you to believe him. Like a cynic, he always knows the “price of everything and the value of nothing” (Oscar Wilde). Don’t waste time responding to your critics, because you owe nothing to a critic.

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