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If I can’t have a revolution, what is there to dance about.
There are sermons in stones, but it depends on how good your aim is.
In the opinion of the anarchist, the sum total of human ills
Optimism is inevitably the last hope of the defeated
Nobody is fit to rule anybody else. It is not alleged that
Though I knew so far as Anarchism was concerned I was backing
Optimism is inevitably the last hope of the defeated.
If we are truly created equal then surely the love we commit
Around the late 1990s, I’d become convinced that one of the killer
I think if you can take one or two things from a cookbook, it’s successful.
No principle is worth the sacrifice of a single human being.
You end up making a home in every place you’re at, in
Never, ever condescend to the reader. Assume you are writing for someone
Love can heal. Love can renew. Love can make us safe. Love
Life takes its path and sometimes there are people to blame. Of course there are bad people in this world.