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A great deal of learning is, like a great house, very chargeable to be kept in repair, and if it be too big for the owners’s use and occasions, in a small time it falls to decay, only by being not inhabited (that is) discontinued. For no man is the wiser for his books, until he is above them, and when he is so, the utter neglect of them will, in a few years, bring him below them again: And as he was at first raised by them, so he is ruined.

Samuel Butler (1612-1680)
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