I have heard often that it is safer to accept counsel than to give it. It can even happen that each one's opinion is good, but to be unwilling to listen to others, when reason or occasion demands, betokens pride and wilfulness.
In June of 1938, J.R.R. Tolkien (The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings author) wrote a letter to his editor Stanley Unwin explaining why he was behind schedule finishing the final draft ...[Read More]
Where there is pride, all want to lead and none want to follow or to agree. Hence is the cause of schisms, apostasies, arrogant usurpation, and other forms of imposition. Hence also ...[Read More]