ANNA KARENINA Chapter 17 “Alexey Alexandrovitch,” said Vronsky, feeling that a statement of the position was coming, “I can’t speak, I can’t understand. Spare me! However hard it is for you, believe me, it is more terrible for me.” He would have risen; but Alexey Alexandrovitch took him by the hand and said: “I beg […]
What do you want to be when you grow up? We spend our childhood answering the wrong question.
It’s not what, but who.
No amount of Herculean intellect and wit is enough.