Franchisees think there are no consequences to their free will

They imagine that there is some comfort in the crowd or under someone bastard authority.

No worries: They’ll have many lives to learn there are no short cuts in how you live your life.

In the Divine Comedy, Charon forces reluctant sinners onto his boat by beating them with his oar. (Gustave Doré, 1857)

[Charon]

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