We ask one another to be friendly

Footprints in the Windsm # 1967

For every right there is an equal and opposite right. Or rather several equal and plaited rights.

There are people maintaining they have all sorts of rights. Yet those rights end at the next guy’s nose. Both parties have rights, and in a country as big as ours, these rights are complexly braided. To pluck out one from the knot, you necessarily pull out several others. Rights are not alone, are ever befriended. We ask one another to be friendly.

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