Heavy Hands

Guilt has the heaviest hands he knows, but even though he knows the answer to the problem, he acts as though he doesn’t because he knows he’ll lose either way. He’ll be wrong either way, and he’d rather be guilty than wrong.

Even a horse can be controlled by bit and bridle, and so he becomes worse than an animal, not because he can’t be tamed or controlled, but because he refuses to listen to anyone except himself. And like so, he really doesn’t know the answer, and his “I don’t know” becomes the truth.

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