"In moments of suffering, he had never let pain win its one permanent victory; he has never allowed it to make him lose the desire for joy. He had never doubted the nature of the world or mans greatness as its motive power and it's core... If what he now saw around him was of it, he didn't want to fight it, he was an outsider with nothing at stake and no concern for remaining alive much longer. Pg. 374 Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
Documenting the day to day in New York City.