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When everything is moving at once, nothing appears to be moving, as on board ship. When everyone is moving toward depravity, no one seems to be moving, but if someone stops, he shows up the others who are rushing on, by acting as a fixed point. - Pascal, quoted in The Silence of Adam: Becoming Men of Courage (Page 170)