Seven simple rules for life in hiding.
One: Never trust a cop in a raincoat.
Two: Beware of enthusiasm and of love. Each is temporary and quick to sway.
Three: When asked if you care about the world’s problems look deep into the eyes of he who asks. He will not ask you again.
Number four and five: Never give your real name. And if ever told to look at yourself, never look.
Six: Never say or do anything the person standing in front of you cannot understand.
And seven: Never create anything. It will be misinterpreted. It will chain you and follow you for the rest of your life. And it will never change.