Until Then…
Fyodor Dostoyevsky

This terrible individualism must inevitably have
an end, and all will suddenly understand how
unnaturally they are separated from one another.
It will be the spirit of the time, and people will
marvel that they have sat so long in darkness
without seeing the light. And then the sign of the
Son of Man will be seen in the heavens… But,
until then, we must keep the banner flying.
Sometimes even if he has to do it alone, and
his conduct seems to be crazy, a man must set
an example, and so draw men’s souls out of
their solitude, and spur them to some act of
brotherly love, that the great idea may not die.