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1945


“Marriage is a very tricky business. People have impulses, compulsions, drives towards escape, escape from loneliness. They seek their escape in the companionship of someone else and lo, just when they think they've achieved it, they find they put on their own handcuffs.”
“Pa gave me a piece of advice that ain't never failed me yet. Son, he says, if you ever fool around with a woman, always hide a dollar in the toe of your boot and you'll come out a dollar to the good. That is, Pa says, if you keep your boots on.”
“I don’t really fish for fish.  I just like it as an excuse for doing nothing.”
“It isn’t what we acquire in life, is it?  It’s what we give.”
“It doesn’t matter what happens to people, as long as they have something to live for.”
“There’s great beauty on this world if you just have the eyes to see it.”
"Friendship is much more lasting than love.”
“It’s funny how virtuous a man can be when he’s helpless.”
“This can't last. This misery can't last.  I must remember that and try to control myself.  Nothing lasts really. Neither happiness nor despair.  Not even life lasts very long.  There'll come a time in the future when I shan’t mind about this anymore, when I can look back and say quite peacefully and cheerfully how silly I was.”
“Preventative medicine hasn’t anything to do with medicine at all.  It’s concerned with conditions – living conditions, hygiene, and common sense.”
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