Alas, quite often “the cobbler’s children have no shoes”. What someone does in a public profession often is what they don’t or won’t do in private at home. It’s not hypocrisy – just the difference between work and home.

Alas, quite often “the cobbler’s children have no shoes”. What someone does in a public profession often is what they don’t or won’t do in private at home. It’s not hypocrisy – just the difference between work and home.

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There’s exceptions of course. If it’s a life mission, then it pervades through and through.

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