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The best reason for having dreams is that in dreams no reasons are necessary.
The closest you will ever come in this life to an orderly universe is a good library.
If I had more skill in what I'm attempting, I wouldn't need so much courage
Be kind to the unkind people, they need it the most.
You are what you eat, but eventually you become what eats you.
The price of freedom keeps going up, but the quality keeps deteriorating.
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Why am I so often at the mercy of those who don't deserve to control my life?
Be kind to unkind people, they need it most.
The majority is never right, unless it includes me.
All I ask of Life is a constant and exaggerated sense of my own importance.
Sometimes the only way you can win is to stay out of the game.
Sometimes the most urgent and vital things you can possible do is take a complete rest.
I never miss reality when I'm not in it, but it's sometimes nice to come back to.
Not even a great leader can get very far without great people to lead.
Hold on to me: Someday I may be quite valuable.
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Quotes 2 sayings Profession Author Birthday October 16
Not only don't I know what tomorrow will bring, I'm still not entirely certain what yesterday brought?
If only our great thinkers could learn to talk, and our great talkers could learn to think.
I can do only one thing at a time, but I can avoid doing many things simultaneously.
All people are different. That's why everybody should be treated the same.
What good is it if you talk in flowers, and they think in pastry?
The task I've been given seems absurd: To wait here on earth until I no longer exist.
Even when I'm happy and successful, life still goes on.
My time is far too valuable for me to spend any of it trying to improve myself.
I have nothing definite to apologize for; I'm just sorry about everything in general.
If you don't like my opinion of you, you can always improve
Caution! Be very careful of false, meaningless, self-contradictory, and not even very funny warnings, like this one.
It would be easier for me to reject all established values, if I knew what they were.
There's no harm in talking to yourself, but try to avoid telling yourself jokes you've heard before.
History records no more gallant struggle than that of humanity against the truth.
The reports on human progress are beginning to come in, and some are a little discouraging.
It's human to make mistakes and some of us are more human than others.
How can I fail when I have no purpose?
For me, it's always easy to choose between the Ultimate, the Infinite, and the Chocolate.
One possible reason why things aren't going according to plan is that there never was a plan.
Sooner or later, I'll be punctual.
Look how often the unexpected happens - yet we still never expect it.
If coffee didn't exist, somebody would have to invent it for me very soon.
I too am a member of the human race, (but admittedly not a very active member).
Once I wanted total happiness - now I will settle for a little less pain.
There's so much to learn and so much of it not worth learning.
I don't know how to be happy - They didn't teach it in my school
My sources are unreliable, but their information is fascinating.
More books have resulted from somebody's need to write than from anybody's need to read.
My first line of defense against reality is called sleep.
If you can't go around it, over it, or through it, you had better negotiate with it.
Why is there still so much pain and suffering being produced when there's so little demand for it?
Things are sometimes better left as they are, but you can't be sure until you change them.
There is one pain, I often feel, which you will never know. It's caused by the absence of you.
Aren't I lucky, to have survived so much bad luck.
Should I abide by the rules until they're changed, or help speed the change by breaking them?
Vote wisely, even if that means not voting at all.
I'm not always depressed: only when I think and feel.
If I can survive death, I can probably survive anything.