Way thought for the day 20.3.2011

He who is truly great does not upon the surface dwell, but on what lies beneath. It is said that the fruit is his concern, as well as the flower. Each must decide what it might by that he seeks: the flowery trapping, which comes to summer fullness first, or the fruit which is beneath in the bud and gives sustenance in hard times. Yet can there be one without the other?

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