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This article was written on 24 Jul 2012, and is filled under Grantian Florilegium.

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The Cause of Right

“There is little extraordinary about the achievements of a genius, a prodigy, or a savant.  Inevitably, a great leader is someone who overcomes tremendous obstacles and still succeeds.  That is the essence of courage.  It is the ability to maintain, in the face of grave perils, a kind of incognizance of the consequences of doing right.  It is the ability to maintain great strength without any impulsive compulsion to use it—that strength is to be held in reserve until and unless it becomes necessary to use it for the cause of right.” Tristan Gylberd

by Dr. George Grant

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