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“Progress Is Not An Illusion; It Happens, But It Is Slow And Invariably Disappointing.”

My dear, You’ll look up one day and remember that our grandparents promised flying cars in our time. You’ll see a sickly person and remember that the companies around us have been promising use a cure for it all for decades now. And you’ll sit, and you’ll wonder, are we getting anywhere? The good news is that we are. The good news is that the universe is working very hard to make sure that we head in the...

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“The Object Was Not To Stay Alive But To Stay Human.”

My dear, I have spent my days in search of myself, and not money. I have spent my days feeding more my soul, and less my stomach. I may not have a mansion, I may not have abudance, but that was not the object. The object was to be happy in a world that’s impossibly filled with people who are not. The object was to keep the pieces of myself together in a world filled with hammer bearing people that seek joy in...

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“A Machine-Gun Is Still A Machine-Gun Even When A ‘Good’ Man Is Squeezing The Trigger.”

My dear, A machine-gun is still a machine-gun even when a ‘good’ man is squeezing the trigger. And if a good man dare squeeze the trigger it is our duty to question that man as to why he did so. And if his reasons be found inadequate it is our duty to no longer call that man good, and to do with him as we do with bad men. The bad aren’t exempt from the law, and the good shouldn’t be either. Falsely yours, Eric...

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“We Have Now Sunk To A Depth At Which The Restatement Of The Obvious Is The First Duty Of Intelligent Men.”

My dear, We have now sunk to a depth at which the restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men. Maybe the only duty. For what intelligent being wouldn’t be happy to live in a world where common sense is the prevailing sense? Maybe world peace is just a synonym for worldwide common sense. Falsely yours, Eric Arthur Blair ...

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“In A Time Of Universal Deceit, Telling The Truth Is A Revolutionary Act.”

My dear, In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. When the government lies to it’s people, the person who tells the truth becomes a revolutionary. When the factories start abusing their workers, the worker who stands up against them becomes a revolutionary. When lives are lost senselessly due to war, the soldier who voices the unnecessity of war becomes a revolutionary. Falsely yours, Eric Arthur...

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