TE Lawrence And The Match‏

He offers Potter one of Hartley’s cigarettes, and then lights it for him. A messenger, having just brought in a message for Lawrence, watches Lawrence extinguish the lighted match slowly with his fingers.

Lawrence reads the message then gathers his kit to leave. Meanwhile, Potter tries to put out a match with his fingers. It hurts and he asks Lawrence what the trick is. Lawrence replies: “The trick, William Potter, is not minding that it hurts.

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