" We know that words cannot move mountains, but they can move the multitude; and men are more ready to fight and die for words than for anything else. Words shape thought, stir feeling, and beget action; they kill and revive, corrupt and cure. The "men of words" -priests, prophets, intellectuales- have played a more decisive role in history than military leaders, statesman, and buisnessmen. " Eric Hoffer
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