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The bigger the dream, the bigger the disappointment.” ― “The tourists had money and we needed it; they only asked in return to be lied to and deceived and told that single most important thing, that they were safe, that their sense of security—national, individual, spiritual—wasn’t a bad joke being played on them by a bored and capricious destiny.
To be told that there was no connection between then and now, that they didn't need to wear a black armband or have a bad conscience about their power and their wealth and everybody else’s lack of it; to feel rotten that no-one could or would explain why the wealth of a few seemed so curiously dependent on the misery of the many.
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She made the fatal error of dreaming beyond her means.Americans are progressively viewing members of the domestic opposition party as the greatest threat to their wellbeing.Instead of fearing a war overseas, Americans are increasing distrustful of other Americans.Breads with the added richness of eggs and milk and butter become the luxuries of princes.Only paupers eat dark bread adulterated with peas and left to sour, or purchase horse-bread instead of man-bread, often baked with the floor sweepings, because it costs a third less than the cheapest whole-meal loaves.
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He never made the difference between poor and rich.” ― tags: dead, death, death-and-dying, death-of-a-child, death-of-a-friend, death-of-a-loved-one, death-of-a-parent, death-of-the-human-race, death-quotes, deathbed, die, dying-at-home, dying-inside, dying-words, equal, equal-rights, equality-quotes, fear-of-death, grave, graveyard, rich-and-poor, world-slides “Blood that was warm has now run coldbled every day have hearts become old Telling I am the story of my pastand of the ghosts at which it is aghast Life as a child was a wonderful rhapsody Free from the fetters of rational prosody Naively making brute reality a parody Revelling in a soul filled with life's melody Poverty struck and child became destitutewailing and whimpering like a wretched prostitute Of pleasure and pain does a society constitutefor Man is not for God to substitute Life is a parody of paradoxical Irony Fate rules not without a touch of Tyranny While the rich belch on their goblets of honeythe wretched etch on the tablets of agony” ― “It's strange how money seems to silence a neighborhood," I say quietly.