No tree becomes deep-rooted unless – @execupundit

Execupundit’s Michael Wade offers an excerpt from the Little Book of Stoicism:

No tree becomes deep-rooted and sturdy unless strong winds blow against it. This shaking and pulling is what makes the tree tighten its grip and plant its roots more securely; the fragile trees are those grown in a sunny valley. “Why then,” asks Seneca, “do you wonder that good men are shaken

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