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Sir, a man may be so much of everything, that he is nothing of anything.
Samuel Johnson
Being a dilettante, a taster of everything, insatiably curious, a fount of useless knowledge; I may be in danger of the fate Mr. Johnson warns us to consider. I think I need context for the quote to better understand Mr. Johnson's meaning, still we each find our own in the slivers we are given.