Prudence | William Hazlitt, 1778-1830

Επαμεινώντας Γεραντώνης, Αλφαβητάριο Τα καλά παιδιά, 1950

“In some situations, if you say nothing, you are called dull;
if you talk, you are thought impertinent and arrogant. It is
hard to know what to do in this case. The question seems
to be, whether your vanity or your prudence predominates.” 

William Hazlitt, Selected Essays, 1778-1830

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