Funerals, I had decided, are for the living.
("The Fault in Our Stars")
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The Taft name has always meant men who are conservative, even stodgy, but always ethical. These investigations are a blow to the magic of the great family name.
She is close enough to me that I can see her, because even now there is the outward sign of visible light, even at night in this parking lot on the outskirts of Algoe. After we kiss, our foreheads touch as we stare at each other. Yes, I can see her almost perfectly in this cracked darkness.
We are engaged here in the most important pusuit in history. The search for meaning. What is What is the nature of being a person? What is the best way to go about being a person?How did we come to be, and wha will become of us when we are no longer? In short: What are the rules this game, and how might we best play it?
But it was only hot outside, and generally I only walked outside between one air-conditioned place to another.
Because memories fall apart, too. And you're left with nothing.
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