"In the long run, all wrongs are righted, every minus is equalized with a plus, the columns are totaled and the totals are found correct. But that's in the long run. We must live in the short run and matters are often unjust there. The compensating for us of the universe makes all the accounts come out even, but they grind down the good as well as the wicked in the process."
This quote is from The Poet, written by my favorite author, Michael Connelly. There is just something about this passage that I liked so I decided to share it.