Saturday, August 22, 2009

Administering a Form of Justice (14)

An innocent narrator is sometimes forced to adopt an exiled stance.

For an advocate in favour of eliminating borders, the situation of the exiled narrator dampens the rebel's inspiration to ponder such an inconceivable philosophy. There is not a single act of triumph that does not wallow in revenge.

In the case of the innocent narrator,the defensive exile may commence out of fear, but will later evolve into a stance to defend natural freedom.

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  1. Very interesting blog indeed!
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