Charles Darwin
Even when we are quite alone, how often do we think with pleasure or pain of what others think of us – of their imagined approbation or disapprobation.
Charles Darwin
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Even when we are quite alone, how often do we think with pleasure or pain of what others think of us – of their imagined approbation or disapprobation.

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Charles Darwin

British naturalist, author of "On the origin of species, by means of natural selection"

February 12th, 1809 - April 19th, 1882