[The Winter Prince Was Before Me, With His Noble, Knightly Bearing And The Impossible Beauty That Is Paralytic At Close Range. And I Wanted Nothing More Than To Vanish Into His Arms, And His Embrace, But I Saw The Look On His Face And I Remembered Then That He Was My Enemy And That There Was Only One Thing To Do.Run.]

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Quotes About Closing Chapters In Life

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"Bullseye. Well, almost. The cleaver misses his ear by a mere inch. He stops short, but he doesnt turn around. Instead he squares his shoulders then resumes his stroll out the door." - Author: Josie Brown

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Quotes About Hesitations

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Quotes About Merely

"As we look over the list of the early leaders of the republic, Washington, John Adams, Hamilton, and others, we discern that they were all men who insisted upon being themselves and who refused to truckle to the people. With each succeeding generation, the growing demand of the people that its elective officials shall not lead but merely register the popular will has steadily undermined the independence of those who derive their power from popular election. The persistent refusal of the Adamses to sacrifice the integrity of their own intellectual and moral standards and values for the sake of winning public office or popular favor is another of the measuring rods by which we may measure the divergence of American life from its starting point." - Author: James Truslow Adams