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“You get a little moody sometimes but I think that’s because you like to read. People that like to read are always a little fucked up.” ― Pat Conroy, The Prince of Tides
“Wisdom is a student, love is her master.” ―Matshona Dhliwayo
“….but talking to a ghost about a demon when you’re in a room full of people who can’t see either of them is not to be recommended.” ― Kerstin Gier, Saphirblau
“ليس بالضرورة أن تكون عظيما لكي تحلم ولكن عليك أن تحلم لكي تكون عظيما” ― ياسر حارب, على لسان الطائر الأزرق
“Lust is mortal, but love is divine.” ―Matshona Dhliwayo
“You are unique. You have different talents and abilities. You don’t have to always follow in the footsteps of others. And most important, you should always remind yourself that you don’t have to do what everyone else is doing and have a responsibility to develop the talents you have been given.” ― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart
“We cannot face up to what lies ahead, without facing up to what lies within.” ―Eleesha
“Dreams make us happy because they make us believe we are capable of something.” ―Suyasha Subedi
“Someone with a fresh mind, one not conditioned by upbringing and environment, would doubtless look at science and the powerful reductionism that it inspires as overwhelmingly the better mode of understanding the world, and would doubtless scorn religion as sentimental wishful thinking. Would not that same uncluttered mind also see the attempts to reconcile science and religion by disparaging the reduction of the complex to the simple as attempts guided by muddle-headed sentiment and intellectually dishonest emotion? …Religion closes off the central questions of existence by attempting to dissuade us from further enquiry by asserting that we cannot ever hope to comprehend. We are, religion asserts, simply too puny. Through fear of being shown to be vacuous, religion denies the awesome power of human comprehension. It seeks to thwart, by encouraging awe in things unseen, the disclosure of the emptiness of faith. Religion, in contrast to science, deploys the repugnant view that the world is too big for our understanding. Science, in contrast to religion, opens up the great questions of being to rational discussion, to discussion with the prospect of resolution and elucidation. Science, above all, respects the power of the human intellect. Science is the apotheosis of the intellect and the consummation of the Renaissance. Science respects more deeply the potential of humanity than religion ever can.” ― P.W. Atkins
“Good authors worry about genres great authors don’t.” ― Frank Gaspar