Author: Plautus, Source: Unknown
A bell doesn’t ring on its own—if someone doesn’t pull or push it, it will remain silent.
Bells destroy the past and future, rendering every interval the same as any other, as the abstraction of a map renders every living mountain and river the same, even though they are not. Bells inoculate each undertaking with indifference.Author: John Taylor Gatto, Source: Dumbing Us Down, p. 6
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