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But such calm does not mean he should do nothing at all about the situation. If it is going to affect his personal circumstances he may choose to take certain protective action, to avert or at least mitigate its effects, just as he may choose to put up an umbrella or wear a raincoat if the weather indicates the likelihood of rain.


-- Notebooks Category 13: Human Experience > Chapter 1: Situation > # 374






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