All the drugs, from tea to morphia, and all the drams, from beer to brandy, dull the edge of self-criticism and make a man content with something less than the best work of which he is soberly capable. He thinks his work better when he is really only... An Essay On Going to Church - Page 7by Bernard Shaw - 1905 - 60 pagesFull view
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...Mr. Shaw's arraignment of the man addicted to stimulant is accounted for in the observation "that all drugs from tea to morphia, and all the drams from...than the best work of which he is soberly capable." Mr. Shaw's theory, supported by the sermons read in enduring stone, maintains that going to church...