mbuso: we must be prepared to do the things that others are not willing to do

geraldine: in order to gain the things others don’t have

divine postman: every age is succeeded by the one that follows and one must stand up to lead

samantha: every age needs a hero, to stand for humanity

okuhle: i read some byron, shelley and keats found lucretius’s irreligion bittersweet

athi: ovid says, things never stay the same they always change and michelangelo that you must paint even when your back hurts

divine postman: and vergil’s lines are a charming piece, he seems to not understand the wrath gods have on men

geraldine: through the mastery of our gifts and abilities we master ourselves

samantha: by mastering ourselves we find more compassion and are prepared to be vulnerable

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