How the noble conduct themselves

Richard I

To have gone through much, writes Dalrymple, yet

to continue without any demonstrative conduct that inconveniences others or puts them off their ease —


is heroism.

It is scarcely to be found today, when

self-disclosure, as public as possible, is what we admire and call brave — known in prolefeed journals and internet sites as opening up.

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