Posted by: amygdala | June 7, 2006

"We may wish sincerely to avoid the crimes and follies of past
generations; but at the same time we wish to live that natural
life which (along with its quota of goodness and beauty) produces
the very crimes and follies we wish to avoid. That is why, to
all but the saints, who anyway have no need of them, the lessons
of history are totally unavailing."

– Aldous Huxley

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