Eric Hoffer (1902-1983), in The Passionate State of Mind, 1955

“Good judgment in our dealings with others consists not in seeing through deceptions and evil intentions but in being able to waken the decency dormant in every person.”

 — Eric Hoffer (1902-1983), in The Passionate State of Mind, 1955

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2 thoughts on “Eric Hoffer (1902-1983), in The Passionate State of Mind, 1955

  1. A dockworker in California with a appetite for ideas, he made insightful observations on our society and our culture. His writings desreve to stay alive in the minds of readers in this new millenium.

  2. I adore your website, even more so your pictures, do you really take them yourself? In The USA we’re also blessed having a great selection of blooms, probably the most stunning of which are most likely the summer plants. May I use some of the photographs on my personal weblog? I’d link any photos back here of course. Kylie Harris

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