Principles

Power when not equitable, as when used to benefit one more than the other, is said to be unjust
If it is an agent of fear and not trust, it is said to be cowardly and false, for walls are made not born and the fist can neither give nor take, only destroy
If it is in service to itself, and not in the interest of those who gave it strength, it is said to be tyrannical and pernicious, suffocating under its own weight it ushers in its exit
If Power does not doubt, it…

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