It was said of Socrates that he always wore the same expression.
Here, then, is the great challenge—to think when thought is required, not to think when thought is not required.
All that is required to meet the challenge is an understanding of it.
In the middle of the fray, great athletes slow things down. They hurry slowly.
In a violent storm, in the bow of an undecked boat, Jesus fell asleep.
A man loses his keys. Then he loses his composure.
No. That’s not what happens. Not all.
Something has gone back to where it came from. And composure, if a man has it, cannot be lost.