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August 27-29, 2001
volume 12, no. 146

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who knows us best of all?
    "Most of us know our neighbors better than we know ourselves. We can tell all their faults, enumerate all the scandals about them and even add a few for good measure, but we are hardly conscious of any single fault of our own. And yet the human being is the only creature in the universe who has the power of being able to look at himself in a mirror; to turn back on himself, judge his motives, see his faults and his good deeds, and thus either be pleased or angry with himself in the light of his conscience."



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August 27-29, 2001
volume 12, no. 146
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