While still far from myself, I divide into two halves: one, unattainable and requires, - true; the other, is untrue, it must be sacrificed - this spiritless; Truth must be the whole man - spirit. And then they say: "The true essence of man - spirit," or "man exists as man only spiritually." Then eagerly begin to catch the spirit as if chasing him and looking for themselves, and in the pursuit loses himself in what are. And just as fiercely chasing his 'I', it is unattainable, and despise the rule of smart people - take a person for what he is; they willingly assumes as they should be required from each of the same pursuit of his "I" and "strive to create all of the same equal and equally worthy of respect and equally moral or rational people" .
A Treasury of Mississippi River Folklore
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