Breaking the conventionalisms’ barriers

Men grind and grind in the mill of a and nothing comes out but what was put in. But the moment they desert the tradition for a spontaneous thought, then poetry, wit, hope, virtue, learning, anecdote, all flock to their aid.
Ralph Waldo Emerson, Literary Ethics, 1838.

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