One thought on “A Note on Character

  1. Beautiful, through and through, and I also enjoyed the style of your speech, you possess a steady & mature quality of cautiousness of the way your words are being communicated, as though you are simultaneously the receiver.

    For instance, during your reading of Socrates defence (9:00), the way in which you pronounced ‘my breath’, didn’t quite flow or blend with the eloquence of the speech, and yet, without hesitation, you naturally corrected yourself ever so gracefully without missing a beat.

    This is my first time hearing you teach; it is certainly on par with your ability to write.

    Keep up the good work!

    Jason

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