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He is just as good, actually, as he ever was, yet his considerations have turned over so that he quits. The consideration is this: He can no longer create interest; he no longer runs on the interest which he himself generates.

He just takes somebody else’s interest or a little bit of interest and he erases it before he gets into anything like hard work.

Believe me, it takes a lot of interest to get you through the task of digging half a mountain away to find some gold or sawing down a redwood tree. (And they didn’t used to have saws when they first cut those things down; they had very bad axes.) It takes a lot of interest to keep a fellow at a job all the way through.

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