Remember your brightness and your boldness;
That empire of trade and dominion of ideas of which you are most ashamed, be proud: and return to your lost glory! For the world needs the commerce of great lion spirits once again, and thy excesses will mend. Be not so noble that thou art reticent; the commissions of flawed majesty are superior to the omissions of weakness. Arthur grieved that what one knowest, what cannot then forget, and that is duty: the duty of good men to seek power, before others, for if not, ambition governs alone. Perhaps there are no good men. Then let the flawed who fear their flaws, yet attain to goodness, shine forth, place might in service of right, and remake the world. Behold the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand! A new heaven, and a new earth. Imagine, build.