The Second Book of the Prophet, Verse VI

The last speech brought a great stir through the House, like a breath of wind which unsettles the canopy of a wood. “Could this be?” some asked, “This is all you have to say about it? Nothing more?”
He replied:

One thing more:

All chains have two ends. The roles of the captor and the captive are, in the end, indistinguishable.

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