Buy boots you can walk in. Walk in them. Even if you lessen the income of the General Omnibus Company, or your family doctor; you will discover the human foot. On discovering it, your joy will be as great as if you had invented it. But this joy is the greatest, because no human invention even of Mr Ford or Mr Marconi is within a mile of a foot.
Thus spake Fr. Vincent McNabb
, quoted by John at The Inn at the End of the World
, one of the first blogs upon which I ever stumbled a decade ago, here — Pedes habent, et non ambulant
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