January 20, 2010

The Courage to Think with Your Own Head

In 1939, when the situation seemed hopeless and there were only bad and worse options to choose from, the Finns acted on instinct and did what their hearts told them to do. In the end, this – together with their courage to make their own decisions – turned out to be the only rational strategy.

In 1939, when the situation seemed hopeless and there were only bad and worse options to choose from, the Finns acted on instinct and did what their hearts told them to do. In the end, this – together with their courage to make their own decisions – turned out to be the only rational strategy.


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