Deceit is everywhere in the civilized world. It is in the milk the baby suck from the mother's breast, in the words of the teacher at school, in the silver tongue of your employer at work. You encounter it no matter where you go.
   The present day world is an illusion. Not in the sense that it doesn't exist, but in its importance.
   So how clever must you be, to beat all that, to say that all the lies, all the subterfuge doesn't matter?
   You must be Timothy Joyce. One man leaving the world in ruins. One individual laying it all to rest.






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