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Manifestos may not change people's minds, but they do help focus the writer on the things that matter -- maybe they work better as a sort of guiding mission statement. And although a manifesto won't cause instant changes, a well-written one may lodge itself in a back corner of someone's brain, where it re-emerges while a person is experiencing something similar.

Manifestos are meant to be written. Reading them is secondary.

The rule for Manifestos is: the minute the ink dries on the paper, rip it up and write another.

And another. And another. Keep yourself in a permanent state of re-invention. Heh.

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