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Thomas Henry Huxley Quote – The Cost Of Doing Nothing

“There is a well-worn adage that those who set out upon a great enterprise would do well to count the cost. I am not sure that this is always true. I think that some of the very greatest enterprises in this world have been carried out successfully simply because the people who undertook them did not count the cost; and I am much of the opinion that… the most instructive consideration for us is the cost of doing nothing.” –┬áThomas Henry Huxley

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