You can think clearly only with your clothes on.
("The Handmaid's Tale")
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HeÆd developed a strangely tender feeling towards such words, as if they were children abandoned in the woods and it was his duty to rescue them.
We understand more than we know.
Another belief of mine; that everyone else my age is an adult, whereas I am merely in disguise.
What is the real breath of a man - the breathing out or the breathing in?
A prison does not only lock its inmates inside, it keeps all others out. Her strongest prison is of her own construction.
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Scrooge pushed past Mary number 1 and Joseph number 2 in the wings without so much as an "excuse me". Typical.
William E. Geist