The Prophet: Original Unedited Edition (Khalil Gibran

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Does Thomas thing that any human acts are indifferent? The mass testing was a failure for the army, as it did not reveal anything about their required skills and it controversially assessed a large number of the recruits as being of subnormal intelligence. It confesses that there is an objective reality around us that we can know, even while our knowledge of that objective reality will always remain limited. Similar views were later expressed by Maimonides.

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