If you think about it, an unfair society is a society that makes it possible for you to exploit your abilities to the limit.
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Well, finally, the events I've been through have been tremendously complicated. All kinds of characters have come on the scene, and strange things have happened one after another, to the point where, if I try to think about them in order, I lose track.
Having an object that symbolizes freedom might make a person happier than actually getting the freedom it represents.
I'm confused. Really confused. And it's a lot deeper than you think. Deeperà darkerà colder. But tell me something. How could you have slept with me that time? How could you have done such a thing? Why didn't you just leave me alone?
You're afraid of imagination and even more afraid of dreams. Afraid of the resposibility that begins in dreams. But you have to sleep and dreams are a part of sleep. When you're awake you can suppress imagination but you can't supress dreams.
You are 27 or 28 right? It is very tough to live at that age. When nothing is sure. I have sympathy with you.
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Robert Browning Hamilton