Thursday’s Piece

“There is in all of us an unseeing urge towards self-fulfilment. We know the kind of person we want to be because of our impulses, even when enfeebled by disuse, tell us. Impulsive action is not to be substituted for reason, but used as a means of showing the direction reason is to take.”

(William Moulton Marston, 1893 – 1947)

John Lentell

20th November, 1969