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Those who play with the devils toys will be brought by degrees to wield his sword
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"Those who play with the devil's toys will be brought by degrees to wield his sword"

- R. Buckminster Fuller

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This quote by R. Buckminster Fuller is a cautioning to those who participate in tasks that are not in line with their moral worths. It is a reminder that when we make decisions that are not according to our values, we can come to be a growing number of established in those activities. The quote is a caution that if we continue to have fun with the devil's playthings, we will at some point come to be so established in those tasks that we will certainly be compelled to wield his sword. This is a tip that our choices have effects which we ought to bear in mind the choices we make. It is a reminder that we should strive to choose that are in line with our values which will lead us to a much better future.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by R. Buckminster Fuller between July 12, 1895 and July 1, 1983. He/she was a famous Inventor from USA. The author also have 40 other quotes.

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