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1. "The basic trouble with the modern world … is the intellectual fallacy that freedom and compulsion are opposites. To solve the gigantic problems crushing the world today, we must clarify our mental confusion. We must acquire a philosophical perspective. In essence, freedom and compulsion are one. Let me give you a simple illustration. Traffic lights restrain your freedom to cross a street whenever you wish. But this restraint gives you the freedom from being run over by a truck. If you were assigned to a job and prohibited from leaving it, it would restrain the freedom of your career. But it would give you freedom from the fear of unemployment. Whenever a new compulsion is forced upon us, we automatically gain a new freedom. The two are inseparable. Only by accepting total compulsion can we achieve total freedom."
Author: Ayn Rand
2. "There are one-hundred fifty-four games in a season and you can find one-hundred fifty-four reasons why your team should have won every one of them."
Author: Bill Klem
3. "Love never dies. It fizzles out maybe but it stays there in your heart buried by emotions controlling you. Once the fire is rekindled, love resurfaces again, breathes a new life."- Elizabeth's Love Quotes"
Author: Elizabeth E. Castillo
4. "If you invent the Mini Cooper, pour all your energy and passion into it and it gets made, you should be on a roll. In the film industry you have to start again the next day."
Author: Estelle Morris
5. "As long as you don't forgive, who and whatever it is will occupy rent-free space in your mind."
Author: Isabelle Holland
6. "Hi, Max," she said, pushing her shades up onto her curls."I hope your wearing sunscreen," i said, "your gonna have hella wrinkles by the time your ten.""Want some daiquiri?" she offered, pointing at a blender."Is it traitor flavored?" I asked."
Author: James Patterson
7. "Ah, but art and trouble go hand in hand. If you cannot be troubled to create art from your heart, then your art will never trouble the heart of others."
Author: Lisa Mangum
8. "Every moment of your life that is not a complete nightmare is happiness."
Author: Merrill Markoe
9. "Damn it all, you have been given a life on this beautiful planet! Get off your ass and do something!"
Author: Nick Offerman
10. "Nearly anyone might feel like a painter walking the streets of Paris then, because the light brought it out in you, and the shadows alongside the buildings, and the bridges which seemed to want to break your heart, and the sculpturally beautiful women in Chanel's black sheath dresses, smoking and throwing back their heads to laugh. We would walk into any café and feel the wonderful chaos of it, ordering Pernod or Rhum St James until we were beautifully blurred and happy to be there together."
Author: Paula McLain
11. "The indignity of your fate is the will of one more powerful."
Author: Percy Bysshe Shelley
12. "You only live once. You don't want your tombstone to read: 'Played it Safe.'"
Author: Rosario Dawson
13. "Forget your opponents; always play against par."
Author: Sam Snead
14. "I realized how truly hard it was, really, to see someone you love change right before your eyes. Not only is it scary, it throws your balance off as well."
Author: Sarah Dessen

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Those who romanticize war often like to think of it, at least in areas of mortal peril, as nothing but "guts and glory." Those who are inclined to pacifism, by contrast, often think of it as an unbroken sequence of horrors. Actually, however, people in wartime still fall in love, do the laundry, worry about pimples, drink beer, and do most of the same things that they do in times of peace. The patterns of daily life may be mundane, but they are remarkably tenacious. But, while people in wartime still go about their daily routines, the prospect of imminent death can give even quotidian chores a heightened intensity. When the first bombs were dropped on London in autumn of 1940, the population bore adversity better than almost anybody had expected. The danger was mixed with excitement, and the terror had a sort of apocalyptic magnificence."
Author: Boria Sax

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