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(c) Spencer Wright

“I have found it utterly impossible to please. Let me say or do what I will. One becomes somewhat indifferent when dealing with those whom every word offends. I notice that when I have measured my words and weighed my sentences most carefully I have then offended most. While some of my stronger utterances have passed unnoticed. Therefore, I am comparatively careless as to how my expressions may be received, and only anxious that they be true and just in themselves.”

– Charles Spurgeon