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“Let’s clear one thing up: Introverts do not hate small talk because we dislike people. We hate small talk because we hate the barrier it creates between people.”
— Laurie Helgoe

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“The game of the world is a perpetual trial of strength between man and events. The common man is the victim of events. Whatever happens is too much for him, he is drawn this way and that way, and his whole life is a hurry. The superior man is at home in his own mind. We like cool people, who neither hope nor fear too much, but seem to have many strings to their bow, and can survive the blow well enough if stock should rise or fall, if parties should be broken up, if their money or their family should be dispersed; who can stand a slander very well; indeed on whom events make little or no impression, and who can face death with firmness.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
Six Epigraphes Antiques, No.1 : Pour Invoquer Pan, Dieu Du Vent D'ete (1914)

" Six Epigraphes Antiques, No.1 : Pour Invoquer Pan, Dieu Du Vent D’ete (To Invoke Pan, God Of The Wind Of Summer ) ” By Composer Achille-Claude Debussy ~ Pierre Barbizet, Pianist

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Intelligence and depth are sexy. ;)

Intelligence and depth are sexy. ;)

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“The only thing standing between you and your goal is the bullshit story you keep telling yourself as to why you can’t achieve it.”
— Jordan Belfort

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“My imagination will get me a passport to hell one day.”
— Steinbeck, John. East of Eden.

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“Only the search back to the origins of one’s ideas in order to see the real arguments for them, before people became so certain of them that they ceased thinking about them at all, can liberate us. Our study of history has taught us to laugh at the follies of the whole past, the monarchies, oligarchies, theocracies, and aristocracies with the fanaticism for empire or salvation, once taken so seriously. But we have very few tools for seeing ourselves in the same way, as others will see us. Each age always conspires to make its own way of thinking appear to be the only possible or just way, and our age has the least resistance to the triumph of its own way.”
— Allan Bloom
“Do you suffer when you write? I don’t at all. Suffer like a bastard when don’t write, or just before, and feel empty and fucked out afterwards. But never feel as good as while writing.”
— Ernest Hemingway

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Words at night were feral things.
— Joy Williams, Honored Guest

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Peter Parker & Mary Jane
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #298 (March 1988)Art by Todd McFarlane (pencils), (Bob McLeod (inks) & Janet Jackson (colors)

Peter Parker & Mary Jane

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #298 (March 1988)
Art by Todd McFarlane (pencils), (Bob McLeod (inks) & Janet Jackson (colors)

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