Ernest Hemingway quote about man from The Old Man and the Sea - Pain does not matter to a man.
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Pain does not matter to a man.
 Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea (1952). copy citation

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“That means he is tired and going with the current. Soon he will have to circle. Then our true work begins.
After he judged that his right hand had been in the water long enough he took it out and looked at it. "It is not bad," he said. "And pain does not matter to a man."
He took hold of the line carefully so that it did not fit into any of the fresh line cuts and shifted his weight so that he could put his left hand into the sea on the other side of the skiff.
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