The Enemy of the Good (eideteker) wrote,
The Enemy of the Good

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Just watched Gandhi. That movie is powerful. It makes me want to go out and overturn unjust laws, to resist oppression, and to fight the good fight in whatever form. But my youthful anger is unfocused. I have not eyes like he had. I cannot see like he saw to choose my battles like he did. Perhaps my time to resist has not come; my fight is not yet upon me. But when it comes, I hope I meet it as well as he did, with the clarity of mind and the purity of conscience that he did. When I talk about being a man, being responsible for one's actions, and always doing what's right and called for, that's, in a sense, what I'm talking about.

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