Josemaría Escrivá Obras
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He will go very far, they say. It is frightening to think of his future responsibility. He has never been known to work unselfishly or to say a timely word or to write anything fruitful. His life is entirely negative. He always gives the impression of being submerged in deep thought, although it is well known that he never cultivated any ideas worth thinking about. His face and manner have the gravity of a mule, and so he has the reputation of being prudent.

—He will go very far! But, I ask myself, what will he be able to teach others? How and in what will he serve them if we do not help him to change?

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