There was a clock. Ticking and tocking.
Tick, tick, tock, tick.
He couldn’t see it, but it certainly was there, constantly.
Tock, tock, tick.
It ticked whenever he did something good, like that time he helped the sickly old lady cross the road and she thanked him by telling him he had a very special destiny to fulfill
Tick tick tick.
It tocked whenever he did the opposite, like when he punched the homeless guy in the dark alley out of rage for being fired from his third job.
Tock tock tock.
In spite of himself, he often found the tocking more soothing. So he bought himself guns, until later he could afford rockets and a presidential campaign.