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5 March 2007

Learning from nature

"One secret of success in observing nature is capacity to take a hint; a hair may show where a lion is hid. One must put this and that together, and value bits and shreds. Much alloy exists with the truth. The gold of nature does not look like gold at first glance. It must be smelted and refined in the mind of the observer. And one must crush mountains of quartz and wash hills of sand to get to it. To know the indications is the main matter." (John Burroughs)

Sounds like KM, huh?

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