By Jean-Jacques Rousseau, trans. Barbara Foxley.
If a man were born tall and strong, his size and strength would be of no good to him till he had learnt to use them; they would even harm him by preventing others from coming to his aid; left to himself he would die of want before he knew his needs.
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