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Cruelty

Are you exercising it?

Bruno Pešec
Bruno Pešec
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Cruelty

To ask for ideas; to inspire people to action; to offer them an opportunity to speak up—and then failing to follow-up; to provide time an resources to act; to really hear them out—is to practice cruelty.

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