Quotation by Henry Miller

The man who is forever disturbed about the condition of humanity either has no problems of his own or has refused to face them.
Henry Miller (1891–1980), U.S. author. Sexus, ch. 9 (1949).

Miller emphasized that he was referring to "the great majority, not of the emancipated few who, having thought things through, are privileged to identify themselves with all humanity and thus enjoy that greatest of all luxuries: service."
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