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1. "Hello, Miya." His smooth tone speaking my name made a warm sensation tingle across the surface of my body. A hundred questions ran through my head, wanting to be spoken. How do they know who I am? Who are they? What do they want with me? I was a single, working-class associate professor with department store clothes. Surely they didn't think they would get much of a ransom for me. The expression on the man's face held me, and my demanding thoughts."We aren't going to harm you."I smirked at him and glanced at my right arm, feeling its ache. My elbow might be badly bruised, but it wasn't broken. His eyes followed mine and he sighed. "That was an accident." His tan, sinewy hand touched my wrist then delicately ran down my bones to my elbow. I flinched, but didn't feel any pain."
Author: Derendrea
2. "My house completed, and tried and not wanting by a first Cape Cod year, I went there to spend a fortnight in September. The fortnight ending, I lingered on, and as the year lengthened into autumn, the beauty and mystery of this earth and outer sea so possessed and held me that I could not go. The world to-day is sick to its thin blood for lack of elemental things, for fire before the hands, for water welling from the earth, for air, for the dear earth itself underfoot. In my world of beach and dunes these elemental presences lived and had their being, and under their arch there moved an incomparable pageant of nature and the year."
Author: Henry Beston

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Secondo me la religione si basa, essenzialmente, sulla paura. In parte è il terroredell'ignoto, in parte, come ho già detto, il bisogno istintivo di immaginare qualcunoche ci aiuti e ci protegga nei pericoli: suppergiù una specie di fratello maggiore. Inprincipio, dunque, fu la paura: paura dell'occulto, paura dell'insuccesso, paura dellamorte. La paura porta alla crudeltà, ed è per questo che crudeltà e religione stannobene insieme. Oggi, tanti fenomeni non sono più misteriosi grazie alla scienza, che siè opposta alla religione cristiana, alle Chiese, e a tutti i princìpi anacronistici. Lascienza può aiutare l'umanità a superare questa vile paura, nella quale ha vissuto pertante generazioni. Con l'aiuto della scienza e del nostro cuore, impareremo a noncercare aiuti immaginari, a non inventare alleati in Cielo, ma piuttosto a valerci dellenostre forze per rendere questo mondo più piacevole e diverso da quello che èdivenuto, in questi secoli, sotto l'influsso delle Chiese."
Author: Bertrand Russell

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