The guys you’re about to meet are humans just like us, but they’ll deal with crimes using criteria for judgment different from yours. Their actions sometimes may be beyond your comprehension. Trust them, but at the same time, be cautious of them. If you underestimate them you’ll get seriously hurt. They’re what we call “Enforcers.” They’ll be your subordinates.
↳ “Everybody feels like an outcast because the world is so large and every fingerprint is so vastly different from one another, and yet we have these standards and beliefs, and dogmatic systems of judgment and ranking, in almost all the societies of the world.” Ezra Miller
In a given week, he might drive between Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi — states where anti-choice legislators are working to end abortion entirely with waves of new restrictions. He says, “What I’m doing is right, because it’s always right to help people.”
↳ “If I had any advice for my 16-year-old self, it would just be to stay strong, because acting is not an easy lifestyle, especially when you are starting out. That being said, it definitely makes it all worth it when it does happen.” Melissa Benoist
People have to accept that death is unavoidable. They will probably be gone in ten years; their books in one hundred. People accept this. Eternality is promised neither to books nor to humans. We live because we were born. If the system possesses the power of life and death over you, you’re no longer human. You’re livestock. It’s a mystery to me. How is that these people, treated as livestock in this boring society, have not tried at all to destroy it?