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'When winter whips, old men discover their life is a dream they can't remember.'

- Ronald Duncan

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'Larks are the dance in which the dancer is still.'

- Ronald Duncan

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she's jaw-dropping beautiful and couldn't care less about anyone

"If people think that nature is their friend, then they sure don't need an enemy."

-Kurt Vonnegut

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'Larks are the sparks torn from the revolving Earth as it turns like a wheel through the night.'

- Ronald Duncan

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My mind has been highjacked

& dispatched as microfilm into the sidereal void!

Loves these quotes you are coming up with, Lard!

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'Perhaps our eyes are merely a blank film which is taken from us after our deaths to be developed elsewhere and screened as our life story in some infernal cinema or dispatched as microfilm into the sidereal void.'

- Jean Baudrillard

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re Alfred Wallace quote

The seeming contradiction of a rising accumulation of wealth and a rising amount of poverty is an interesting phenomenon that it is a very central theme.

If human beings are basically good, then why don't the more capable share with the less capable? In the Western industrialized countries they do, to a greater or lesser extent. And it is a never-ending debate. Some people say that if he rich are forced to share with the poor then they are less inclined to be productive (and dominate nature so much).

Isn't that a good thing? More animals, less global warming and a whole lot more go along with that. I like to believe that human beings are good but this very thing Wallace talks about leads me to believe that, on average,we are selfish and would destroy ourselves and our planet rather than share with the less fortunate.

Human beings are the number one bad-ass animal on the planet, no doubt.

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'The self is only a threshold, a door, a becoming between two multiplicities.'

- Gilles Deleuze

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"Love is the perfect stillness and the greatest excitement,
and most profound act, and the word almost as complete
as His name."

-Rabia

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"Love is a cosmic force whose sweep
is irresistible."

-The Science of Mind, page 608

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