“I’m happy to be going,” said Mig, putting a hand up and gently touching one of her cauliflower ears. “Might just as well be happy, seeing as it doesn’t make a difference to anyone but you if you are not,” said the soldier. .
Reader, do you think that it is a terrible thing to hope when there is really no reason to hope at all? Or is it (as the soldier said about happiness) something that you might just as well do, since, in the end, it really makes no difference to anyone but you? .