To willfully sit in a cramped, dark place may well be one of City Man’s great philosophical pleasures.
One Revolutionist told his enlistees, “It’s probably best not to let anyone put you on hold.”
While wading in a creek of pique, one would-be Revolutionist once muttered, “The only thing I don’t really care for about this activity is, in the beginning, to discover the invisible path to Camelot, and then find out that nobody else really wants to go.”
One benefit of a true dictatorship is that there is no doubt about who is in charge.
And finally, Consider: What should be one’s proper obligation to one’s possessions?