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Even in the best, the simplest and most friendly relations, flattery and praise are as necessary as the oiling of wheels to keep them running smoothly.
--Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910), War and Peace, Part I, ch VI. Leo Tolstoy, tr. Ann Dunnigan.
04 August 2006 in Eastern European, Life, Wisdom | Permalink
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