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world Quotes

100+ of the best book quotes about world
  1. #1
    “ ‘While I’m gone,’ Gansey said, pausing, ‘dream me the world. Something new for every night.’ ”
  2. #2
    “I understood that the world was nothing: a mechanical chaos of casual, brute enmity on which we stupidly impose our hopes and fears. I understood that, finally and absolutely, I alone exist. All the rest, I saw, is merely what pushes me, or what I push against, blindly—as blindly as all that is not myself pushes back.”
  3. #3
    “Most times, it’s just a lot easier not to let the world know what’s wrong.”
  4. #4
    “All the events of your past have formed a lens, or paradigm, through which you see the world. And since no one’s past is exactly like anyone else’s, no two people see alike.”
  5. #5
    “The world is one great web, and a man dare not touch a single strand lest all the others tremble.”
  6. #6
    “As a world that has no well, Darkly bright in forest dell;
    As a world without the gleam Of the downward-going stream;
    As a world without the glance Of the ocean’s fair expanse;
    As a world where never rain Glittered on the sunny plain;
    —Such, my heart, thy world would be, If no love did flow in thee.”
  7. #7
    “A wholly transparent world is an invisible world. To ‘see through’ all things is the same as not to see.”
  8. #8
    “I could tell you an interesting fact to get you nodding, Like how carpets were first made in the hopes that all of the world’s grass would one day be replaced by carpets, or, as they called them, ‘comfy grass.‘”
  9. #9
    ″‘The city of Ember was made for us long ago by the Builders,’ the book said. ‘It is the only light in the dark world. Beyond Ember, the darkness goes on forever in all directions.‘”
  10. #10
    “In school, we learned about the world before ours, about the angels and gods that lived in the sky, ruling the earth with kind and loving hands. Some say those are just stories, but I don’t believe that.
    The gods rule us still. They have come down from the stars. And they are no longer kind.”
  11. #11
    “And I was yet aware that this was only a moment, that the world waited outside, as hungry as a tiger, and that trouble stretched above us, longer than the sky.”
  12. #12
    “In short, Mrs. Pontellier was beginning to realize her position in the universe as a human being, and to recognize her relations as an individual to the world within and about her.”
  13. #13
    ″‘I believe I must go out into the world again,’ said the duckling.”
  14. #14
    “Be not anxious! Earthly possessions dazzle our eyes and delude us into thinking that they can provide security and freedom from anxiety. Yet all the time they are the very source of all anxiety.”
  15. #15
    “No, God and the world, God and its goods are incompatible, because the world and its goods make a bid for our hearts, and only when they have won them do they become what they really are. That is how they thrive, and that is why they are incompatible with allegiance to God. Our hearts have room only for one all-embracing devotion, and we can only cleave to one Lord. ”
  16. #16
    “I change myself, I change the world.”
  17. #17
    “By writing I put order in the world, give it a handle so I can grasp it.”
  18. #18
    “I don’t understand all this hate in the world.”
  19. #19
    “Be at least as interested in what goes on inside you as what happens outside. If you get the inside right, the outside will fall into place.”
  20. #20
    “Nobody in the world can dig as quick as a fox!”
  21. #21
    “This is what happened to dogs who tried to live in the world without people—they became beaten down, defeated, starved.”
  1. #22
    ″‘How could any Lord have made this world?’ she asked. With her mind she had always seized the fact that there is no reason, order, justice: but suffering, death, the poor. There was no treachery too base for the world to commit; she knew that. No happiness lasted; she knew that.”
  2. #23
    “I guess I had never bothered to consider that there might such a thing as a boy, but now that I had found one, I thought it was just about the most wonderful concept in the world. He smelled of mud and sugar and an animal I’d never scented before, and a faint meaty odor clung to his fingers, so I licked them.”
  3. #24
    “As I stood there in the gathering dark I thought that in this simple explanation I had mastered the problem of the world – mastered the whole secret of these delicious people.”
  4. #25
    “The world can show you the truth, but no one can force you to accept it.”
  5. #26
    “Beyond these lifeless sounds the world was silent. Silent? It would be hard to convey the stillness of it. All the sounds of man, the bleating of sheep, the cries of birds, the hum of insects, the stir that makes the background of our lives – all that was over.”
  6. #27
    “Face this world. Learn its ways, watch it, be careful of too hasty guesses at its meaning. In the end you will find clues to it all.”
  7. #28
    “I am much too alone in this world, yet not alone enough.”
  8. #29
    “Little solace comes to those who grieve when thoughts keep drifting as walls keep shifting and this great blue world of ours seems a house of leaves moments before the wind.”
  9. #30
    “In all the world I have no one but you. Help me to follow you, even though it seems impossible. Help me to trust you as much as I long to love you.”
  10. #31
    “Everything. A letter may be coded, and a word may be coded. A theatrical performance may be coded, and a sonnet may be coded, and there are times when it seems the entire world is in code. Some believe that the world can be decoded by performing research in a library.”
  11. #32
    “Everything. A letter may be coded, and a word may be coded. A theatrical performance may be coded, and a sonnet may be coded, and there are times when it seems the entire world is in code. Some believe that the world can be decoded by performing research in a library.”
  12. #33
    “Others believe that the world can be decoded by reading a newspaper. In my case, the only thing that made sense of the world was you, and without you the world will seem as garbled and tragic as a malfunctioning typewrit9.”
  13. #34
    “The world breaks every one and afterward many are strong at the broken places.”
  14. #35
    “But I must admit I miss you terribly. The world is too quiet without you nearby.”
  15. #36
    “I don’t know what you mean when you say ‘the whole world’ or ‘generations before him.‘I thought there was only us. I thought there was only now.”
    author
    Lois Lowry
    book
    The Giver
    character
    Jonas
    concepts
    peopleworld
  16. #37
    “We live, in fact, in a world starved for solitude, silence, and private: and therefore starved for meditation and true friendship.”
  17. #38
    “To have peace there must be strife; both are part of the structure of the world and requirements”
  18. #39
    “The world is quite ruthless in selecting between the dream and the reality, even where we will not.”
  19. #40
    “Dance and game are frivolous, unimportant down here; for “down here” is not their natural place. Here, they are a moment’s rest from the life we were placed here to live. But in this world everything is upside down. That which, if it could be prolonged here, would be a truancy, is likest that which in a better country is the End of ends. Joy is the serious business of Heaven.”
  20. #41
    “Basically, I’m allergic to the world. Anything can trigger a bout of sickness.”
  21. #42
    “You can’t just wake up one day
    and decide to be an elephant, Alfred.
    The world doesn’t work like that.
    There are rules, Alfred.
    And you want to stomp all over them.
    Get over yourself.”

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  1. #43
    “How can I leave my mark on the world, I thought, unless I get out there first and see it?”
  2. #44
    “I saw the world I had walked since my birth and I understood how fragile it was, that the reality I knew was a thin layer of icing on a great dark birthday cake.”
  3. #45
    “There is not in the world a kind of life more sweet and delightful, than that of a continual conversation with God; those only can comprehend it who practice and experience it.”
  4. #46
    “Radical obedience to Christ is not easy... It’s not comfort, not health, not wealth, and not prosperity in this world.”
  5. #47
    “Was there only one world, after all, that spent its time dreaming of others?”
  6. #48
    ″‘When I want to take God at his word exactly, I take a peep out the window at Creation. Because that, darling, He makes fresh for us every day without a lot of dubious middle managers.‘”
  7. #49
    The whole world is divided for me into two parts: one is she, and there is all happiness, hope, light; the other is where she is not, and there is dejection and darkness.
  8. #50
    “The world just happens to you sometimes, is what I think. And people just gotta keep moving through it, best they can.”
  9. #51
    “[Books] were the world I could lose myself in when the one I was actually living in became too lonely or harsh or difficult to bear.”
  10. #52
    “But if it be so that there be no gods, or that they take no care of the world, why should I desire to live in a world void of gods, and of all divine providence?”
  11. #53
    “I had the feeling that the world was left behind, that we had got over the edge of it, and were outside man’s jurisdiction.”
  12. #54
    “Around the hero everything becomes a tragedy; around the demigod everything becomes a satyr-play; and around God everything becomes—what? perhaps a ‘world’?”
  13. #55
    ″[War] provides raw material to be recorded into History, so that children may be taught History sequences of violence, battle after battle, and be more prepared for the adult world.”
  14. #56
    “We are commanded to study His Torah! We are commanded to sit in the light of the Presence! It is for this that we were created! . . . Not the world, but the people of Israel!”
  15. #57
    “We need to recapture the gospel glow of the early Christians, who were nonconformists in the truest sense of the word and refused to shape their witness according to the mundane patterns of the world.”
  16. #58
    “The shape of the world today does not permit us the luxury of soft-mindedness. A nation or a civilization that continues to produce soft-minded men purchases its own spiritual death on an installment plan.”
  17. #59
    “I stood in that room for a long time, watching the sunlight and listening to the sounds on the street outside. I stood there, tasting the room and the sunlight and the sounds, and thinking of the long hospital ward. . . Somehow everything had changed. I had spent five days in a hospital and the world around seemed sharpened now and pulsing with life.”
  18. #60
    “If I’d been someone else in a different world I’d’ve done something different, but I was myself and the world was the world, so I was silent.”
  19. #61
    “The meaning of my thoughts started to float away from me, like leaves that fall from a tree into a river, I was the tree, the world was the river.”
  20. #62
    “A man who has a language consequently possesses the world expressed and implied by that language.”
  21. #63
    “The world will break your heart ten ways to Sunday, that’s guaranteed.
    And I can’t begin to explain that- or the craziness inside myself and everybody else, but guess what? Sunday is my fav day again”
  1. #64
    “...There are too many idiots in this world. And having said it, I have the burden of proving it.”
  2. #65
    “The world is a fine place and worth fighting for and I hate very much to leave it.”
  3. #66
    “I ain’t kin to nobody in this world...I don’t want to be. I won’t be.”
  4. #67
    “One cannot be deeply responsive to the world without being saddened very often.”
  5. #68
    “We consume, as we produce, without any concrete relatedness to the objects with which we deal; We live in a world of things, and our only connection with them is that we know how to manipulate or to consume them.”
  6. #69
    “The world was then full of disease germs, as today it is full of carcinogens.”
  7. #70
    “To understand the world at all, sometimes you could only focus on a tiny bit of it, look very hard at what was close to hand and make it stand in for the whole.”
  8. #71
    “Sit by my side, and let the world slip: we shall ne’er be younger.”
  9. #72
    “I started my life with a single absolute: that the world was mine to shape in the image of my highest values and never to be given up to a lesser standard, no matter how long or hard the struggle.”
  10. #73
    “The world you desire can be won. It exists.. it is real.. it is possible.. it’s yours.”
  11. #74
    “Nevertheless I go there every night even tho I don’t feel like it, it’s my duty (and probably drove me mad), and write these sea sounds, and all the whole insane poem ‘Sea.‘”
  12. #75
    “Pacific fury flashing on rocks that rise like gloomy sea shroud towers out of the cove, the bingbang cove with its seas booming inside caves and slapping out, the cities of seaweed floating up and down you can even see their dark leer in the phosphorescent seabeach nightlight.”
  13. #76
    “From that time on, the world was hers for the reading.”
  14. #77
    “My son is my most precious possession. I have nothing in the world compared to my son. I must know what he is reading.”
  15. #78
    “Adam and Eve entered the world naked and unashamed --naked and pure-minded; and no descendant of theirs has ever entered it otherwise. All have entered it naked, unashamed, and clean in mind. They have entered it modest. ”
  16. #79
    “The man who lies to the world, is the world’s slave from then on…There are no white lies, there is only the blackest of destruction, and a white lie is the blackest of all.”
  17. #80
    “i usedta live in the world
    then i moved to HARLEM
    & my universe is now six blocks”
  18. #81
    “The Earth is the only world known so far to harbor life. There is nowhere else, at least in the near future, to which our species could migrate.”
  19. #82
    “I stood looking over my damaged home and tried to forget the sweetness of life on Earth.”
  20. #83
    “Each time a door closes, the rest of the world opens up.”
  21. #84
    “I don’t want to be immortal if it mean living forever, cause then everybody else just die and get old in front of you...But maybe I’ll come back as some HeLa cells like my mother, that way we can do good together out there in the world.”

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  1. #85
    “On silent afternoons in his brother’s apartment, Jeevan found himself thinking about how human the city is, how human everything is. We bemoaned the impersonality of the modern world, but that was a lie, it seemed to him; it had never been impersonal at all. There had always been a massive delicate infrastructure of people, all of them working unnoticed around us, and when people stop going to work, the entire operation grinds to a halt.”
  2. #86
    “From east of the East-est to west of the West-est we’ve searched the whole world just to bring you the best-est.”
  3. #87
    “Some tale-tellers say the Beams saved it; others say they are the seeds of the world’s destruction. ”
  4. #88
    “Stuff your eyes with wonder...live as if you’d drop dead in ten seconds. See the world. It’s more fantastic that any dream made or paid for in factories.”
  5. #89
    “I wasn’t ready to admit the truth: It wasn’t just the world that changed with the coming of the Others. We changed. I changed.”
  6. #90
    “‘The world won’t come to me,’ he used to say, ‘so I must go to it.’”
  7. #91
    “What you are determines the world in which you live, so as you change, your world changes also.”
  8. #92
    “But when day came, with a sprinkle of rain, and he looked about him and saw on every side unknown woods, wild heaths, and blue mountains, he thought how large and strange the world was and felt frightened and small.”
  9. #93
    ″‘And that means,’ continued Edmund, ‘that, once you’re out of Narnia, you have no idea how Narnian time is going. Why shouldn’t hundreds of years have gone past in Narnia while only one year has passed for us in England?‘”
  10. #94
    ″ This was that cult, and the prisoners said it had always existed and always would exist, hidden in distant wastes and dark places all over the world until the time when the great priest Cthulhu, from his dark house in the mighty city of R’lyeh under the waters, should rise and bring the earth again beneath his sway.”
  11. #95
    “He wanted to be near and not near them, he saw them close, he saw them far. Suddenly they were awfully small in too large a room in too big a town and much too huge a world.”
  12. #96
    “The most merciful thing in the world, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents. We live on a placid island of ignorance in the midst of black seas of infinity, and it was not meant that we should voyage far.”
  13. #97
    “The world is unfathomable and mysterious, just as we all are. The art of the warrior consists of reconciling the terror of being a man with the wonder of being a man.”
  14. #98
    “It’s dangerous, son …When a man goes outside his home to look for peace.”
  15. #99
    “In a world where death is the hunter, my friend, there is no time for regrets or doubts. There is only time for decisions.”
  16. #100
    “For me the world is weird because it is stupendous, awesome, mysterious, unfathomable; my interest has been to convince you that you must assume responsibility for being here, in this marvelous world, in this marvelous desert, in this marvelous time.”
  17. #101
    “The cruel world slipped away from me, and with it went all the other bad things in my life;”
  18. #102
    “Only the brave and the broken are kind in this world.”
  19. #103
    “The Holy Spirit sees the world as a teaching device for bringing you home.”
  20. #104
    “Don’t let the world beat you down Sato.”
  21. #105
    “I’m erased. I’m gone. I’m nothing. And then the world is free to flow into me like water into an empty bowl . . .I see. I hear. But not with eyes and ears. I’m not outside my world anymore, and I’m not really inside it either. The thing is, there’s no difference between me and the universe. The boundary is gone. I am it and it is me. I am a stone, a cactus thorn. I am rain. I like that most of all, being rain.”
  1. #106
    “When you sleep, your dream world is as real to you as life, isn’t it?”
  2. #107
    “Even if you are perfect, the world isn’t. The secret is to know that the deck is stacked, that you will lose, that your hands or judgment will slip, and yet still struggle to win for your patients. You can’t ever reach perfection, but you can believe in an asymptote toward which you are ceaselessly striving.”
  3. #108
    “That which you believe becomes your world.”
  4. #109
    “I looked up once more, at the whole world; it was beautiful, I knew it was, but I wasn’t a part of it. I was never going to be a part of it.”
  5. #110
    “The world, even the smallest parts of it, is filled with things you don’t know.”
  6. #111
    “I think the world is a series of broken dams and floods, and my cartoons are tiny little lifeboats.”
  7. #112
    “The world is full of miserable places. One way of living comfortably is not to think about them or, when you do, to send money.”
  8. #113
    “On the third of June, at a minute past two,
    where once was a person, a flower now grew...
    The world was much crueler an hour ago.
    I’m glad someone decided to give flowers a go.”
  9. #114
    “The world once purged by flood ends always again in the surer purgative of fire.”
  10. #115
    “The truth about the world, he said, is that anything is possible.”
  11. #116
    “After a while I came to an accommodation with this and stayed alive, a pathetic denizen of a half-world that was as much of my own making as it had been of Borden’s, or so I came to believe. I went through the winter in this miserable state, a failure even at self-destruction.”
  12. #117
    “The world is not a wish-granting factory.”
  13. #118
    “Tyler stood to go. “There’s a world out there, Tara,” he said. “And it will look a lot different once Dad is no longer whispering his view of it in your ear.”
  14. #119
    “She carried within herself a great fund of life, and her deepest enjoyment was to feel the continuity between the movements of her own heart and the agitations of the world.”
  15. #120
    The world is a possibility if only you’ll discover it.
  16. #121
    “Jurassic Park is not the real world. It is intended to be a controlled world that only imitates the natural world.”
  17. #122
    “The real world is where the monsters are.”
  18. #123
    “If I find in myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world. If none of my earthly pleasures satisfy it, that does not prove that the universe is a fraud.
  19. #124
    “Without those weapons, often though he had used them against himself, Man would never have conquered his world. Into them he had put his heart and soul, and for ages they had served him well. But now, as long as they existed, he was living on borrowed time.”
  20. #125
    “I probably just want to leave a trace of myself behind in this world.”
  21. #126
    “I shall go on shining as a brilliantly meaningless figure in a meaningless world.”
  1. #127
    “I want to learn everything about everything. I want to eat it all up. I want to discover myself.”
  2. #128
    “Be authentic to yourself, but if you must cheat, cheat yourself out of the lies the world created.”
  3. #129
    “I must go on living. And, though it may be childish of me, I can’t go on in simple compliance. From now on I must struggle with the world.”
  4. #130
    “I have never, not even once, acted on the basis of any doctrine or philosophy.I am convinced that those people whom the world considers good and respects are all liars and fakes. I do not trust the world.”
  5. #131
    “Unhappiness. There are all kinds of unhappy people in the world. I suppose it would be no exaggeration to say that the world is composed entirely of unhappy people.”
  6. #132
    “Firmly persuaded that no evil exists in the world that God did not design to take place, I build my belief on the perfection of God.”
  7. #133
    ″ What happens to the country, to the world, depends on what we do with what others have left us.”
  8. #134
    “I think I’ll dismember the world and then I’ll dance in the wreckage.”
  9. #135
    “Love gives us a heightened consciousness through which to apprehend the world, but anger gives us a precise, detached perception of its own.”
  10. #136
    “But really, Marilla, one can’t stay sad very long in such an interesting world, can one?”
  11. #137
    “On the scale of worlds--to say nothing of stars or galaxies--humans are inconsequential, a thin film of life on an obscure and solitary lump of rock and metal.”
  12. #138
    “The world does not revolve around humans or around any other particular group of beings.”
  13. #139
    “‘Dear old world’, she murmured, ‘you are very lovely, and I am glad to be alive in you.‘”
  14. #140
    “We have mastered our surroundings, increased food production, built cities, established empires and created far-flung trade networks. But did we decrease the amount of suffering in the world?”
  15. #141
    “They are leaving one world behind and entering another. Once isolated like this, they have no outside support, and in their confusion they are easily led astray.”
  16. #142
    “And on my life I would never suggest to you that stories cannot be forgotten in the bone, even when a brother or a wizard or a rifle says you must, you must forget it, it never happened; there is only the world as it is now, and there has never been another, can never be any other.”
  17. #143
    “Zoya was awful, but she was also right. I didn’t belong in this beautiful world, and if I didn’t find a way to use my power, I never would”
  18. #144
    “Images, pictures, desires arose freely within me, drew me away from the outside world so that I had more substantial and livelier relationship with the world of my own creation, with these images and dreams and shadows, than with the actual world around me.”
  19. #145
    “This world in itself is not reasonable, that is all that can be said.”
  20. #146
    “In order to understand the world, one has to turn away from it on occasion.”
  21. #147
    “Running here running there, excited,
    hardly able to stop, he leaps, he spins
    until the white snow is written upon
    in large, exuberant letters,
    a long sentence, expressing
    the pleasures of the body in this world. ”
  1. #148
    “Do not make the mistake of supposing that the little world you see around you - the Earth, which is a mere grain of dust in the Universe - is the Universe itself. There are millions upon millions of such worlds, and greater. And there are millions of millions of such Universes in existence.”
  2. #149
    “All Hell is smaller than one pebble of your earthly world; but it is smaller than one atom of this world, the Real World.”
  3. #150
    “In this world, a man, himself, is nothing. And there ain’t no world but this one.”
  4. #151
    “There’s not some other world out there where everything’s gonna be okay. There’s just this one, just this rock.”
  5. #152
    “The world can only be grasped by action, not by contemplation. The hand is more important than the eye. . . . The hand is the cutting edge of the mind. —J. Bronowski”
  6. #153
    “What would the world be like without music or rivers or the green and tender grass? What would this world be like without dogs?”
  7. #154
    “Knowledge of the world means dissolving the solidity of the world.”
  8. #155
    “Without translation, I would be limited to the borders of my own country. The translator is my most important ally. He introduces me to the world.”
  9. #156
    Sutra 4.15: vastu-sâmye citta-bhedât tayor vibhaktah panthâh
    Translation: Although individuals perceive the same objects, these objects are perceived in different ways, because those minds are each unique and beautifully diverse.
  10. #157
    “To be shaken out of the ruts of ordinary perception, to be shown for a few timeless hours the outer and inner world, not as they appear to an animal obsessed with survival or to a human being obsessed with words and notions, but as they are apprehended, directly and unconditionally, by Mind at Large — this is an experience of inestimable value to everyone and especially to the intellectual.”
  11. #158
    “It’s a frightening world to be alone in.”
  12. #159
    “He had seen the airplanes flying in the sky he had seen the skies of the future filled with them black with them and now he saw the horror beneath. He saw a world of lovers forever parted of dreams never consummated of plans that never turned into reality.”
  13. #160
    “This is what love does: It makes you want to rewrite the world. It makes you want to choose the characters, build the scenery, guide the plot.”
  14. #161
    “You know what goes on in this world. They don’t understand. They don’t see that long after their laughter subsides, in search of the next cheap thrill, their victims are still hearing the taunts in their heads. A cacophony of degrading noise, poisoning perception.”
  15. #162
    “We are uncomfortable because everything in our life keeps changing -- our inner moods, our bodies, our work, the people we love, the world we live in.”
  16. #163
    “Up and down lost all meaning. Her world became a violent tumble-dryer, an endless, crashing kaleidoscope.”
  17. #164
    “How dangerous it is when our souls are gasping for God but we’re too distracted flirting with the world to notice.”
  18. #165
    “I’m not who that guy says I am. I’m not who that girl says I am. I’m not who social media likes and comments say I am. I’m not who the grades, to-do lists, messes, and mess ups say I am. I’m not who the scale says I am or the sum total of what my flaws say I am. I’m going to stop flirting with the unstable things of this world so I can fall completely in love with You. I am loved. I am held. I am Yours. I am forever Yours.”
  19. #166
    “We are entering a world in which we can rely less and less upon the state, the corporation, or family or friends to help and protect us. It is a globalized, harshly competitive environment. We must learn to develop ourselves.”
  20. #167
    “Now Hafiz is infinitely rich,
    But all I ever want to do
    Is keep emptying out
    My emerald-filled
    Pocket
    Upon
    This tear-stained
    World.”
  21. #168
    “Dreams shouldn’t be about what you can buy--they should be about what mark you leave in the world.”
  22. #169
    “In many parts of this world water is
    Scarce and precious.
    People sometimes have to walk
    A great distance
    Then carry heavy jugs upon their
    heads.
    Because of our wisdom, we will travel
    far for love.”
  23. #170
    “Here soar not with wings
    But with your moving hands and feet
    And sweating brows -
    Standing by your Beloved’s side
    Reaching out to comfort this world
    With your cup of solace
    Drawn from your vast reservoir of truth.”
  24. #171
    “We’re not destroying the world because we’re clumsy. We’re destroying the world because we are, in a very literal and deliberate way, at war with it.”
  25. #172
    “Love as education is one of the great powers of the world, but it hangs in a delicate suspension; it achieves its harmony as seldom as does love by the senses. Frustrated, it creates even greater havoc, for like all love it is a madness.”
  26. #173
    “She was everything real in a world of make-believe. ”
  27. #174
    “Depression is being colorblind and constantly told how colorful the world is.”
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