Monologue: In the Supremacy of Desire

I’m an ordinary person, but I have a serious mission, in which I can either succeed or fail. I watch TV and read magazines like the rest of us, but my life may turn on the notice of a simple thing. I have established my priorities. No one else can help me, although they might try. Moses, Mohamed, and Buddha had opinions; so do I and my friends. Woe be to either me or whoever stands in my way. When I say I want to be happy, I mean it. I will get what I want. Go ahead and make fun of me, if you think I don’t know what that is. 30 July 1985