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The worst authoritarians come as egalitarians.
Civility is not a compulsory mandate, nor is incivility illegal. Inasmuch as all unjust coercion is repugnant — civility, decency, and respect are only beautiful when voluntary.
You cannot make people respectful through intimidation.
Intelligence is not enforceable.
May the human spirit ascend to victory and to the highest potential of what we all know — everywhere — to be good.
May we all hope in earnest, in each and every country, for the day enlightenment and unity of one human spirit dares to foster equality, empathetic justice, and dignity for all.
Look back once or twice, but not for too long, for change is calling you to tomorrow, to receive all that is new and full of hope.
Can you bare the heartbreak that comes with living and loving? Will you dare to once again believe in something beautiful?
Change insists we endure its ceaseless queries. Change is always asking us questions that are only answered when we choose. How will you choose to remember yesterday? How will you choose to see tomorrow?
New beginnings, even when wonderful can be so scary, carrying the tensions of every doubt and every hope you have ever endured. All change takes courage.

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