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branching choices Quotes

Seven of the best book quotes about branching choices
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“You can either waste time worrying about a death that might not come or concentrate on what’s left to you.”
Jeff VanderMeer
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Annihilation
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Biologist
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branching choices
fear of death
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“Gate after gate seemed to close with gentle finality behind me. Innumerable beadles were fitting innumerable keys into well-oiled locks; the treasure-house was being made secure for another night.”
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“There is everything you know and there is everything that happens. When the two do not line up, you make a choice.”
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“When we graduate from childhood into adulthood, we’re thrown into this confusing, Cthulhu-like miasma of life, filled with social and career problems, all with branching choices and no correct answers.”
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“It’s funny, but thinking back on it now, I realize that this particular point in time, as I stood there blinking in the deserted hall, was the one point at which I might have chosen to do something very much different from what I actually did.”
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“But of course I didn’t see this crucial moment for what it actually was; I suppose we never do. Instead, I only yawned, and shook myself from the momentary daze that had come upon me, and went on my way down the stairs.”
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“Living with fear stops us taking risks, and if you don’t go out on the branch, you’re never going to get the best fruit.”

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