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Preston Fleming

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Preston Fleming was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He left home at age fourteen to accept a scholarship at a New England boarding school and went on to a liberal arts college in the Midwest. After earning an MBA, he managed a non-profit organization in New York before joining the U.S. Foreign Service and serving in U.S. Embassies around the Middle East for nearly a decade. Later he studied at an Ivy League law school and since then pursued a career in law and business. He has written four novels.

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“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”
Friedrich Nietzsche
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Guy Sajer, a Frenchman from Alsace, was seventeen when he enlisted in the German Army on the eve of World War II. He took part in the blitzkrieg invasion of Poland at the start of the war, advanced across Western Russia to the Volga River, then fough ...more
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“Every end justifies the means? —No! The end justifies all the means? —No!  Every end justifies all the means? —No, never!” —Menachem Begin, Prime Minister of Israel”
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“Under conditions of tyranny, it is far easier to act than to think.”  —Hannah Arendt, philosopher and Holocaust scholar”
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“Each man’s destiny is different, Paul,” Gallucci continued. “Sometimes it calls for action, sometimes a change in attitude, and sometimes simply suffering and acceptance. When it’s suffering, you have to remember that your own pain is totally unique in the universe. Nobody can relieve you of it or suffer it in your place. It’s the way you bear it that gives your life its special meaning. “Dostoyevsky once wrote that there was only one thing that he dreaded: not to be worthy of his sufferings. The way I see it, what determines whether a man is worthy or not are the choices he makes. No matter how desperate the conditions, no matter how great the suffering, no one can deprive you of that last inner freedom to choose your attitude toward life.”
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Dale Thele Preston, thank you for accepting my friend request.
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