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Monday, 28 March 2016

Citizen of the Galaxy... of many books I enjoyed years ago. One of Heinlein juveniles on the topics of slavery, responsibility and citizenship.


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"A wise man could not be insulted, since truth could not insult and untruth was not worthy of notice."

Colonel Brisby had once said, about Pop: "It means being so devoted to freedom that you are willing to give up your own . . . be a beggar . . . or a slave . . . or die -- that freedom may live."

"Give your mind a rest and use your eyes instead. There's a time and place for everything."
"You're right, Jim."
"Goodnight, son," the old beggar whispered. "Good dreams . . . and good luck!"

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