In World War II I could at least run, sometimes. I ran better then, at 44-49, than any other time in my life. And it didn’t matter whether I ran to or fro, attack or retreat. Same difference. As Inayat said,” If the people of good will would lay down their arms today they would still fight, they would be forced to — by people of not such good will — and against their ideals, not in defence of their ideals.”

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