Quote by Martin Buber
The ones who count are those persons who
have the courage to stand up for what they believe in, even when it goes against popular opinion or the minority. These individuals refuse to be swayed by societal pressures or seek validation from others. They prioritize their own values and convictions over public approval, demonstrating strength of character and integrity. Ultimately, it is these people who make a lasting impact and drive meaningful change, as their actions are guided by their own truths rather than the whims of others.
I have been induced to adopt this course by a desire that my readers should be taught to think as well as to experiment, and thus be qualified at an early part of their study to discriminate between the true and the false, and acquire the facts of the science without being mystified by its fictions.