She liked who she was becoming, despite the pain and frustration it brought.
She was afraid of not being able to pull herself out of the dream world, never waking up, never knowing what really happened, never realizing her goals, her hopes, her dreams.
This director could say many things about duty, and self-respect, and dignity, but she knew none of these meant much in the post-modern world.
The worst kind of victim was the kind that was aware of nothing.
As one climbs up the ladders in society, one starts feeling more and more like an owner, less like a member of it.
In post-modern finance, everybody took a risk when lending or borrowing.
In the world union, prosperity is a science, self-interest a new religion, peace is at hand and the future has never looked brighter.