Maybeshewill: Co- Conspirators

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

“…so much of the time we’re just lost, we say, “Please, God, tell us what is right, tell us what is true”

….(but) there is no justice.
The rich win, the poor are powerless
we become tired of hearing people lie
And after a time we become dead.

We think of ourselves as victims, and we become victims

we become weak, we doubt ourselves, we doubt our beliefs, and we doubt the law
But today you are the law.”

Paul Newman as Frank Galvin in Sidney Lumet’s The Verdict


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