Walk on.

So you come to know that if you have two good legs, and one of them goes down for a time, that leg weakens through disuse.  And so you would think that the other leg became the stronger for the experience, when in fact no, it was not made stronger, was in fact worn out by all the extra work  … so we find ourselves in this state, where our legs are generally weak.

But still we walks, and this is what we sees.

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