What's done is done

It would have been, as willfully restated by Theodore Roosevelt, ideally smart to “speak softly and carry a big stick,” but in a time where those with “big sticks” were either war lords, government oligarchies, or didn’t keep their “big stick” long, I found it kindly imperative not only to wield intimidating “sticks,” but to “speak softly” as seldom as possible.
Although it wasn’t know then, my power was, in fact, the only thing that other people with power coveted.
It was, as so boldly stated to me during my times with charles, the single-most desired thing on earth.

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