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1. "In many ways, my attachment to human freedom was completely compatible with my right to live freely as a homosexual."
Author: Andrew Sullivan
2. "Does everyone feel this way? When I was young, I was perpetually overconfident or insecure. Either I felt completely useless, unattractive, and worthless, or that I was pretty much a success, and everything I did was bound to succeed. When I was confident, I could overcome the hardest challenges. But all it took was the smallest setback for me to be sure that I was utterly worthless. Regaining my self-confidence had nothing to do with success...whether I experienced it as a failure or triumph was utterly dependent on my mood."
Author: Bernhard Schlink
3. "Spook smiled. "Elend is a forgetful scholar - twice as bad as Sazed ever was. He gets lost in his books and forgets about meeting he himself called. He only dresses with any sense of fashion because a Terriswoman bought him a new wardrobe. War has change him some, but on the inside, I think he's still just a dreamer caught in a world with too much violence."
Author: Brandon Sanderson
4. "One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child."
Author: Carl Jung
5. "He was, in other words, a careful man with careless impulses."
Author: Dan Simmons
6. "FEASTI drank at every vineThe last was like the first. I came upon no wine So wonderful as thirst. I gnawed at every root. I ate of every plant. I came upon no fruit So wonderful as want.Feed the grape and bean To the vintner and monger; I will lay down lean With my thirst and my hunger."
Author: Edna St. Vincent Millay
7. "Mrs. Cadwallader said, privately, 'You will certainly go mad in that house alone, my dear. You will see visions. We have all got to exert ourselves a little to keep sane, and call things by the same names as other people call them by. To be sure, for younger sons and women who have no money, it is a sort of provision to go mad: they are taken care of then. But you must not run into that. I daresay you are a little bored here with our good dowager; but think what a bore you might become yourself to your fellow-creatures if you were always playing tragedy queen and taking things sublimely. Sitting alone in that library at Lowick you may fancy yourself ruling the weather; you must get a few people round you who wouldn't believe you if you told them. That is a good lowering medicine."
Author: George Eliot
8. "In working with people across the country and around the world, I've come to know that most of us go through times that re-route our prayer life."
Author: Gloria Gaither
9. "Speaking of lunacy,' remarked Pyrgus later, 'are you in love with my sister?'Oh, yes!' Henry said at once."
Author: Herbie Brennan
10. "Hadley falls into step beside her. 'That's it? A good feeling?' 'That's it,' she says. 'I think it's meant to be.' 'I'm pretty sure it doesn't work that way, Hadley says with a frown, but Violet only smiles. 'What if it does?"
Author: Jennifer E. Smith
11. "I don't look at what people do with their homes in terms of money, but the social and personal value of what they're trying to do and achieve."
Author: Kevin McCloud
12. "She regarded books as the emblems of secret brotherhood. A man with this sort of library couldn't possibly hurt her."
Author: Milan Kundera
13. "The wise man... if he would live at peace with others, he will bear and forbear."
Author: Samuel Smiles
14. "The key thing with any football player is, what can he do when he gets on the field."
Author: Shaun Alexander

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To write tragedy, a man must feel tragedy. To feel tragedy, a man must be aware of the world in which he lives. Not only with his mind, but with his blood and sinews."
Author: Bertrand Russell

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