Words have a way of fanning into wildfires.
When all the facts fall short of believability, fantasy feels reassuringly solid.
To be alive is to know ghosts. We hear their whispers if we listen.
A rotten tree trunk appears strong until the storm breaks it in two.
You can’t save yourselves. But you can save your legacy.
You can’t play chess with someone who’s willing to set the board on fire.
When a planet wants you dead, you die.
Repeated luck was more than just luck.
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Repeated luck is never luck.
Martyrs tend to have a long half-life.
It takes more power to build than to burn.
History isn’t fact. It’s narrative, one carefully curated and shaped. Under the pen strokes of the right scribe, a villain becomes a hero, a lie becomes the truth.