Wasn't he the one who said you shouldn't trust anybody who calls himself an ordinar man? - Naoko
More Quotes from Haruki Murakami:The others in the dorm thought I wanted to be a writer, because I was always alone with a book, but I had no such ambition. There was nothing I wanted to be.
The unwaking world was as hushed as a deep forest.
Genius or fool, you don't live in the world alone. You can hide underground or you can build a wall around yourself, but somebody's going to come along and screw up the works.
Or maybe the ... shock of it started me covering up all kinds of memories the way a squirrel hides a nut and forgets where he's buried it.
What the hell kind of revolution have you got just tossing out big words that working-class people can't understand?
Each person feels pain in his own way, each has his own scars.
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