Not a memory: an implacable, torrid love, without shadow, without escape, without shelter.
Jean-Paul Sartre, novelist and philosop…
It is always wrong to wield power if you are not prepared to accept the consequences for your actions and do the work it takes to use your strength and authority with precision and fairness. A good leader is many people's servant. If being trained to become a perfect servant sounds too humiliating, you are not strong enough to withstand the temptations of wielding power.
Living, naturally, is never easy. You continue making the gestures commanded by existence for many reasons, the first of which is habit.
Albert Camus, novelist and philosopher