What if there’s no chance to respond?
Yufan Lou
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We can’t I think, afford to be so afraid of our own thoughts (or those of others) manifested as words. It’s what we do with it that really matters. I have all sorts of crazy thoughts, day in day out but every few of them are worthy of putting to paper, or acting upon. The main thing though is that censorship is much more problematic and historically has always lead to more problems than allowing ideas space and time to be considered by the larger populous.

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