Monday, May 18, 2009



To wade in marshes and sea margins is the destiny of certain birds, and they arc so accurately made for this that they are imprisoned in those places. Each animal out of its habitat would starve. To the physician, each man, each woman, is an amplification of one organ. A soldier, a locksmith, a bank-clerk, and a dancer could not exchange functions. And thus we arc victims of adaptation.—Emerson.

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