Every man must determine for himself what he holds to be most sacred. Some men set their hearts on achievement, others on procurement. Some love their lives to the end, others lay down their lives for their friends. Some long for attention, others anonymity. The centering of one’s heart, it seems, rests on the individual.
What a man longs for – not what he declares in his words, but what he reveals in the uniform tenor of his living – gives evidence of that which he holds most sacred.