You think I'm wasting my life.
- Now, I never used those words.
You didn't have to use those words. You used other ones, and they stung just as much.
And the biggest offense is this is coming from a guy who quit community organizing for Harvard Law only to take a summer position at the same corporate firm he's railing against. Now that is the height of hypocrisy.
I may have gone on to a different life at Harvard, but you know what I realized? I never left the Gardens.
… victories do not come easy and they don't come big. They are few and far between. But you gotta use them like building blocks. You know, one by one, one on top of the other, and little by little, you got yourself a building. And that's exactly what you need in this case is a building for your community center.