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1. "It's also about integration: owning up to the parts of yourself, however much you might not like them. In the Real there are so many taboos that people are completely fragmented. That's the joke of it. They cling rigidly to the idea that they are one unique person, while they are busy hiding parts of themselves they can't accept."
Author: Alan McCluskey
2. "How do you do that?" Mennis asked, frowning."What?""Smile so much.""Oh, I'm just a happy person."
Author: Brandon Sanderson
3. "Do you think I could be... a good father? Like Yours. A man with a head, a heart, and a soul. A man capable of listening, of leading and respecting a child, and not of drowning his own defects in him. Someone whom a child will not only love because he's his father but will also admire for the person he is. Someone he would want to grow up to resemble."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
4. "I wanted to play around with the format, really tear it to pieces and shake it up. For example, if Mitch saves someone from drowning, and that person then goes out and releases a virus that kills a million people. Imagine the moral implications of that."
Author: David Hasselhoff
5. "Owning your own feelings, rather than blaming them on someone else, is the mark of a person who has moved from contracted to expanded awareness."
Author: Deepak Chopra
6. "Finally, I had held up examples of Goldhagen's inflammatory language and suggested that he had missed the essence of what Primo Levi once called the 'grey zone' of human affairs, described by the historian Christopher Browning as that foggy universe of mixed motives, conflicting emotions, personal priorities, reluctant choices, opportunism and accomodation, all wedded, when convenient, to self-deception and denial. I thought that by marshalling his research into an overly narrow narrative, painted without nuance in black and white, the author had missed the human complexity and the ordinariness of racism."
Author: Erna Paris
7. "Awareness of insanity does not make one any less insane. Awareness of drowning does not make one any less of a drowning person--it only adds the burden of panic"
Author: Guillermo Del Toro
8. "When we ask we are owning our needs. Asking for love, comfort or understanding is a transaction between two people. You are saying: I have a need. It's not your problem. It's not your responsibility. You don't have to respond, but I'd like something from you. This frees the other person to connect with you freely and without obligation. When we own that our needs are our responsibility we allow others to love us because we have something to offer. Asking is a far cry from demanding. When we demand love, we destroy it."
Author: Henry Cloud
9. "Adriana loved even the rank animal smell of the man's body, her sweat-slicked breasts and belly flattened beneath him, and her arms and legs clutching him as a drowning woman might clutch another person to save her life. Don't don't don't don't leave me. DON'T LEAVE ME. As in animal copulation the frenzy is to be locked together not out of sentiment or choice but physical compulsion. As if bolts of electric current ran through both their bodies and would only release them from each other when it ceased."
Author: Joyce Carol Oates
10. "What good was owning the world when he'd have no choice except to defend himself against every person in it? Personally, he'd rather be a beggar with one true friend than a prince surrounded by two-faced assassins.' (Aiden)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon

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Es war der Purpurne, der Ausgleich schaffte zwischen den Brüdern der ersten Brut. Er wusste um das Feuer in ihren Herzen und sorgte sich, dass ein Streit sie alle entzweien würde. So bat er die Alben, ihm Kinder zu erschaffen, die den Schleier der Zukunft zerreißen sollten, damit er jeden Streit schlichten könne. Und die Alben schenkten ihm die Xana. Nymphen, schön wie ein Sommertag, mit langem, goldenem Haar und einem Leib, so vollkommen, dass man den Blick nicht von ihnen abwenden konnte. Doch waren sie launisch wie ein Gebirgsbach im Frühling, mal sanft und friedlich, mal wild und überschäumend. Und sie sagten alles, was sie sahen, wenn sie in die Zukunft blickten, denn groß war ihre Gabe, doch Weisheit war ihnen nicht beschieden worden."
Author: Bernhard Hennen

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