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1972


“There’s a remedy for everything except death.”
“Poetry demands imagination and with imagination you may discover a dream.”
“You have to care about something or you’re nothing.”
“I don’t like things that finish.  One must begin something else right away.”
“Take a deep breath of life and consider how it should be lived.”
“You’re always dwelling on the negative – always what he needs, never what he wants; always what he can’t do, never what he can.”
“A man has to come to terms with life as it is.”
“You must learn to surrender yourself to extravagance.  Poverty is apt to strike suddenly.”
“Call nothing thine, except thy soul.”
“When you’re in love, you don’t need words.  A look, a touch, a sigh – you’ve said it all.”
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