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A well-balanced person is not necessarily one who takes the measured midpoint between two extremes but one who lets himself be taken over by the inner calm. The needed adjustment is then made by itself. Although this avoids his falling into lopsided acts or exaggerated views, a merely moderate character is not the best result. More important is the surrender to the higher power which is implicit in the whole process of becoming truly balanced.

-- Notebooks Category 20: What Is Philosophy? > Chapter 3: Its Requirements > # 283

-- Perspectives > Chapter 20: What Is Philosophy? > # 69

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