Sunday, February 20, 2005


This week's lesson comes from Kipling's Kim, when he mentions that too many people hide behind unfamilariaty / cultural differences when they offend others due to ignorance. Kipling notes that such defense to the offense means little, that the truth will still result in a dagger.

Ignorance is a poor excuse. Silence perhaps is the only valid communication when in doubt, it is universally shared in all languages and cultures.

Silence, exile and cunning?


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