Quote by Coretta Scott King
Struggle is a never ending process. Freedom is never really won, you earn it and win it in every generation.
This quote emphasizes the ongoing nature of struggle and the continual effort required to attain and maintain freedom. It suggests that freedom is not a one-time achievement, but a constant pursuit that must be earned and upheld by each successive generation. It highlights the importance of active engagement and perseverance in fighting for and preserving one's rights and liberties. Despite its challenges, the quote affirms that freedom is attainable and worth the ongoing struggle.
I spend plenty of time in London and it doesn't scare me, but it's a lonely place, even if you've got friends there. My job takes me all around the world, meeting lots of interesting people. But I think if I couldn't get home, if I couldn't get back to what I consider my real life I'd be frightened.
It is my belief that the writer, the free-lance author, should be and must be a critic of the society in which he lives. It is easy enough, and always profitable, to rail away at national enemies beyond the sea, at foreign powers beyond our borders who question the prevailing order.But the moral duty of the free writer is to begin his work at home; to be a critic of his own community, his own country, his own culture. If the writer is unwilling to fill this part, then the writer should abandon pretense and find another line of work: become a shoe repairman, a brain surgeon, a janitor, a cowboy, a nuclear physicist, a bus driver.