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1948


“The course of our lives can be changed by such little things. So many passing by, each intent on his own problems. So many faces that one might easily have been lost. I know now - nothing happens by chance. Every moment is measured, every step is counted.”
“To tell if someone is a good cook, you don’t have to eat the whole dinner.”
“You talk as though it is out of your hands.  It’s not – you have a will.  You can do what’s right, what’s best for you.”
“It is much more disheartening to have to steal than to be stolen from.”
“If you’re a fighter, you can’t walk away from a fight.”
“Every man has business and desire, such as it is.”
“What a wonderful thing is literature, transporting us to realms unknown.”
“A cause isn’t lost as long as someone is willing to go on fighting.”
“All that lives must die, passing through nature to eternity.”
“There is a time for everything – a time for being born and a time for coming of age.  There is a time for death, too.”
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