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  • Its sharp towers shoot up out of the rock like scissors, cutting the sky into ribbons.

  • If you have a desire to do a thing, count it as proof positive that you can do it. Desire and fulfillment are two side to one whole. If it were not possible for you to fulfill the desire, it would not be possible to entertain it either. The desire is God's silent plea to let Him work through you. It is God's silent guarantee that He will see you through if you will but begin.

  • They liked to romanticize the earlier days when they believed the Indians lived in a simple way and wore more colorful clothing than the complicated Indians who lived alongside them in the modern world. They believed the Indians used to have power. In the older, better times, that is, before the people had lost their land and their sacred places on earth to the very people who wished the Indians were as they had been in the past.

  • The perfect moment, once lost, is not easily found again.

  • She sings like she's got a secret, and if you listen long enough, she'll tell it to you — and only you.

  • ... memory is a drug. Memory can hold you against your strength and against your will ...

  • Men astonish themselves far more than they astonish their friends.

  • Single people slip out of the dating market for many social, economic, psychological, and ideological reasons including marriage, illness, bankruptcy, job promotion, exhaustion, and common sense. Inevitably, however, they return because of divorce, boredom, loneliness, and memory loss.