Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Triumph And Disaster - Are Both Imposters

-- There are certain works of literature where you forget what you were reading even before the page is turned. And then there are some works that are timeless, ageless, priceless. In this latter category can unambiguously be put the "If" poem penned by Rudyard Kipling. Want to know what it takes to become a human being? And remain one? This poem lays down the tenets in black and white.


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... Treat Them Both Alike

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