Kasparov’s Epiphanies

Garry Kasparov jots down a few epiphanies in the magazine Foreign Policy.  We think the last one is the best.

I REMEMBER one of the guards followed me to the roof [of the jail] where I was walking, and he asked me, ‘How is it that a man of great glory like you has ended up in jail?’ And I said, In Russia, people are in jail for two things: for murder or for truth.’