[Deception Was An Inherent Trait Of Intelligent Beings. Even His Love, In Her Ample Ardor, Would Weave Him A Guilty Lie For His Own Good. And He Treasured Her Just As Well For Those Tales He Was Sure She'd Already Spun.]

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"That is why the stone is so dangerous, Nabrie," said Dart. "I would not see you too fall victim to its powers. Let us only hope that Fireskin has truly purified the stone, and not merely intensified the potential for evil that is in it. I fear the fire may only have fuelled the power of the spirits in its heart."

Bryan Magee Quotes

"The basic drive behind real philosophy is curiosity about the world, not interest in the writings of philosophers."

Laure Eve Quotes

"She ran from the shame, slammed his door behind her and ran, away from the pain and the moment when he had been so close to her mouth he could have kissed her, the thought that made her feel like her heart would burst."

Harry M Collins Quotes

"To say that the first casualty of war is truth is to miss the rather more important point that a principal weapon of war is lies."

Budd Schulberg Quotes

"I believed him because the truth is never hard to recognize. Nothing is ever quite so drab and repetitious and forlorn and ludicrous as truth."

Bobby Scott Quotes

"Today, education is perhaps the most important function of state and local governments."

Billy Tauzin Quotes

"And if citizens of New Orleans who are really contemplating coming back heard that were really intent upon making the place secure again - regardless of whether the levees held or not - then I think a rebuilding process would really take shape."

Lord Krishna Quotes

"Because, you see, he was not a person. He was a fish, which is what he had been all along. As a big fish, he could only eat smaller fish"

Jan Cox Speas Quotes

"No pain is unbearable except that of regret."

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