Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Lawrence's audacity and flexibility

“Lawrence seems to have possessed a natural gift for remaining silent and motionless, without betraying himself – he had always been fearless; from boyhood on he had deliberately cultivated indifference to danger and hardship, as well as emotional independence, as if rehearsing for the role he was about to play, and his lack of fear somehow communicated itself to others in the sense that they felt he belonged where he was whoever he might be."
Michael Korda’s book Hero, on the life and legend of Lawrence
Lawrence certainly had his vices but of his virtues he had an audacity and flexibility that made him unique.

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