Quote by Gary Sheffield
I don't trust that many people. Just my mother and my wife and a couple of friends. When I trust people, it doesn't end well.
This quote expresses a cautious attitude towards trust, stating that the speaker only confides in a select few individuals - their mother, wife, and a small number of friends. The quote also reflects a negative experience associated with placing trust in others, suggesting that it has often led to disappointments or negative outcomes. By limiting their trust, the speaker aims to protect themselves from potential harm or betrayal.
In capitalist society individuals are controlled by a pitiless law usually beyond their comprehension. The alienated human specimen is tied to society as a whole by an invisible umbilical cord: the law of value. This law acts upon all aspects of one's life, shaping its course and destiny.