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1. "Every form has its own meaning. Every man creates his meaning and form and goal. Why is it so important - what others have done? Why does it become sacred by the mere fact of not being your own? Why is anyone and everyone right - so long as it's not yourself? Why does the number of those others take the place of truth? Why is truth made a mere matter of arithmetic - and only of addition at that? Why is everything twisted out of all sense to fit everything else? There must be some reason. I don't know. I've never known it. I'd like to understand."
Author: Ayn Rand
2. "Livia grinned. He peeled his attention from the sizzling meal and put his hands on the counter behind her, trapping her.Livia held her spatula as Blake whispered in her ear. "I see us just like this a hundred years from now, old and deaf. I'll be the luckiest man."Emotion caught her—this was all she wanted. Simple, beautiful frittata moments with this man."Someday, Livia, I'll be man enough to buy the food," he continued. "I'll give you an oven. I'll try so hard."Livia leaned up and stopped his proclamations with her lips. After tender kisses, she gave her mouth enough room to promise back. "Blake, I'll never care if I have an oven. Just you."
Author: Debra Anastasia
3. "Until a man has love, it is well he should have fear. So long as there are wild beasts about, it is better to be afraid than secure."
Author: George MacDonald
4. "[On the eve of the French Revolution:]It is impossible to imagine a more disorderly Assembly. They neither reason, examine, nor discuss. They clap those whom they approve and hiss those whom they disapprove. . . .Everything almost is elective, and consequently no one obeys. It is an anarchy beyond conception, and they will be obliged to take back their chains for some time to come at least. And so much for that licentious spirit which they dignify with the name of "Love of Liberty." Their Literati, whose heads are turned by romantic notions picked up in books, and who are too lofty to look down upon that kind of man which really exists, and too wise to heed the dictates of common-sense and experience, have turned the heads of their countrymen, and they have run-a-muck at a Don Quixote constitution such as you are blessed with in Pennsylvania. I need say no more. You will judge of the effects of such a constitution upon people supremely depraved."
Author: Gouverneur Morris
5. "A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers, but borrowed from his children."
Author: John James Audubon
6. "I'd had a really bad day and you hurt me."His hand at my jaw tensed and he kept whispering when he said, "I'll probably do it again, Red,because I'm a man and any man can be a dick. But I won't do it like that, not again. I know you got softunder that attitude and I'll have a mind to that."
Author: Kristen Ashley
7. "A man leaves his great house because he's boredWith life at home, and suddenly returns,Finding himself no happier abroad.He rushes off to his villa driving like mad,You'ld think he's going to a house on fire,And yawns before he's put his foot inside,Or falls asleep and seeks oblivion,Or even rushes back to town again.So each man flies from himself (vain hope, becauseIt clings to him the more closely against his will)And hates himself because he is sick in mindAnd does not know the cause of his disease."
Author: Lucretius
8. "Who cares if a man wants to marry another man? All i want to know is who's going to ick up all the dirty socks?"
Author: Sherman Alexie
9. "And the Angels…were frozen in hard marble silence and at a distance life awoke, and there was a rattle of lean wheels, a slow clangor of shod hoofs. And he heard the whistle wail along the river. Yet, as he stood for the last time by the Angels, he was like a man who stands upon a hill above the town he has left, yet he does not say "The town is near," but turns his eyes upon the distant soaring hills..."
Author: Thomas Wolfe

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