Way thought for the day 17.3.2011

A disciplinarian, wanting something done, rolls up his sleeves, enforcing his will with force and violence. It may be that goodness still remains, even when the natural way is lost, and that kindness still exists when goodness is forgotten, but it is unlikely. Therefore the disciplinarian should himself be disciplined; but it is seldom the case, as unnecessary force requires thoughtless intent, stupidity and lack of reason, so left serving no good purpose.

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