Lipton’s Journal/January 26, 1955/295
But wrestlers who are givers, locators, finders, are attempting to find and crush the world. When they take, it is because they are weary of the constant expenditure of energy. They are begging to be thrown on their backs, because the only rest for the giver is to find a bigger giver. But the giver cannot remain in a state of passivity, he is up again, bouncing, ready to go. Tomorrow night he will wrestle again.