Ayn Rand about understanding (“The Fountainhead”, 1943) - We can never really know another person, except by our first glance at him. Because, in that glance, we know everything.
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We can never really know another person, except by our first glance at him. Because, in that glance, we know everything.
 Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead (1943). copy citation

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