"But as I went on I began to realize that Hayden's wasn't some life sentence. It was just another way to live. I began to see the beauty of the world we Hadens were creating, the millions of us, in our own spaces and in our own way. And I began listening to the words of Cassandra Bell, who said that people like me, people who were working to quote-unquote cure Haden's, were in fact killing the first new nation of humanity to come along in centuries."
p.108, Lock In, John Scalzi