“The man who buries his talent in the ground, after a very careful risk analysis, is the man rebuked by the ‘hard’ master. The man desperate for respect is often the one who does not receive it, while the one who strives for excellence as defined by God in heaven—he stands before kings (Prov. 22:29). In the kingdom of God, the one who would be great must become the least of all. The one who would rule must serve. The one who wants praise must not care about praise.”
The Cultural Mind, p. 303
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