I wear my hat as I please, indoors or out.
("Leaves of Grass")
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I pass death with the dying and birth with the new-wash'd babe, and am not contained between my hat and my boots,
Re-examine all that you have been told... dismiss that which insults your soul.
I cannot be awake for nothing looks to me as it did before, Or else I am awake for the first time, and all before has been a mean sleep.
If any thing is sacred, the human body is sacred.
O joy of suffering To struggle against great odds to meet enemies undaunted To be entirely alone with them to find how much one can stand To look strife, torture, prison, popular odium, death, face to face To mount the scaffold to advance to the muzzles of guns with perfect nonchalance To be indeed a God.
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