Any Change is Going to Cost Somebody
September 9, 1988
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And Kyroot Said…
A Revolutionist must be able to learn from the silence; to
hear clearly that which is NOT said.
Everything in the City is exaggerated. If it weren’t,
nobody’d put up with it.
A Real Revolutionist quotes nobody. (Except maybe himself,
and the wind.)
Be forewarned: Those who say, “I really shouldn’t tell you
this” are about to.
Is part of why animals are so cute is that they don’t know
they are? (And don’t overlook the latest zoological best seller,
“Dangers and Downfalls Via Self Analysis.”)
Man sees most of his troubling attributes as after-market-
add-ons, and remains unable to think about possible sources
outside the routine vehicular outlets.
All the world’s “great ideas” are wrong.
The Revolutionist longs to be an active, knowing part of the
Great Overlapping; one free of obligatory frontiers.
In the City nothing is ever truly abolished; its sale and
commerce just becomes regulated.
A REAL quiz show for the Revolutionist would be one in which
HE was his prize.
Remember: All reform, under whatever name, is always going
to hurt someone.
Recently read the following: “In many places and times,
governments are controlled to some extent by minorities who may
well have interests distinct from the majority they rule,” and
hey, forgive me for ever IMAGINING that I knew ANYthing about
Life’s the service, you’re the goods.
A king — I mean a REAL king, is a ruler even when naked.
Do Men generally “seek the Truth” in groups because they
fear encountering it alone?
Never trust a god you gotta defend, or speak up for.
A Real Revolutionist never actually hates the foe. (Any
more so than does a four-by-four in a mud hill.)
All problems are caused by people trying to help.
More of Life’s Unrecognized, Misdirected Justice: Is there
anything in ordinary existence with less to be said about it than
the death of someone?, and yet Men are wound up to babble on
about it ad-nauseum-squared.
A Revolutionist’s ordinary attitude toward himself is, “You
gotta be kidding.”