On the Considerable Value of Inertia

Those who allude to crippling self-doubt necessarily reveal a bias in favor of action. To be rendered immobile by one’s thoughts, however, is distinct from possessing a disability — to the contrary, is likely the product of mere good sense. Consider that, even thousands of years later, the central tenet of medical science remains unchanged: first, do no harm.

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