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“Death in the course of doing one’s duty is better than engaging in another’s path, for that is truly dangerous.”

“Of course, we can go about who learnt how much and from whom, but that is nothing but our ego, showing our desperation to prove that our culture is superior to others. That is a foolish quest.”

“Even when you could have gained by doing something wrong, you refrained from doing so. You didn’t fall prey to the logic of doing a small wrong for the sake of the greater good; of the ends justifying the means. That takes moral courage.”

“Delusions create the most compelling of beliefs.”