Blind and Blissful

In this week’s Takimag, the pensive doctor writes about his admiration for the local fishmonger before switching to the topics of uncomfortable truths and the willful blindness on the part of so many, especially the over-educated, modern, pseudo-intellectual posers.

Glory be to those who have no overweening ambition! No doubt we need people of exceptional qualities, brilliance and drive, but we also need (just as much, and more of them) people who have no dreams of fame or wealth but are content to lead lives of quiet usefulness.

One thought on “Blind and Blissful

  1. William Vaughan

    An excellent, brief, observant and introspective piece, The type that we have come to expect from the inimitable Dr Daniels.


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