I wonder under what context this quote can be used. It can be said by a man willing to sacrifice his life for something greater than himself. It can be said by any person about to go through his or her gradual gratification process to achieve a goal or a dream. It can even be said by an ambitious, extremely selfish person, getting what he wants by destroying what others have. Hm, maybe I am about to get a chill up my spine.

But it's kinda cool that it's rich because it's open up to interpretations. That's also what a good dish does! Or a song, perhaps.