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Ashim Shanker, Sinew Of The Social Species Quotes: "Perhaps, there is no such person who can be called truly free, but only those who can be deemed so by comparison."

Perhaps, there is no such person who can be called truly free, but only those who can be deemed so by comparison.




Ashim Shanker, Sinew Of The Social Species Quotes: "The temporal heart resonates at whispersFrom a Truth overarchingOf whose countenanceTimeless Intellect yearns vainly to fathom"

The temporal heart resonates at whispersFrom a Truth overarchingOf whose countenanceTimeless Intellect yearns vainly to fathom



Ashim Shanker, Sinew Of The Social Species Quotes: "Etchings endure, But not in SandMeanings Collide To Unresolved FragmentsCodes fizzle to StaticThey are not lostBut UnheardNever lostFading slowly to SilenceBy infinite degrees"

Etchings endure, But not in SandMeanings Collide To Unresolved FragmentsCodes fizzle to StaticThey are not lostBut UnheardNever lostFading slowly to SilenceBy infinite degrees



Ashim Shanker, Sinew Of The Social Species Quotes: "Writing creatively is a process of self-consumption that requires one to dive deeply inside of oneself with no guarantee of reemergence."

Writing creatively is a process of self-consumption that requires one to dive deeply inside of oneself with no guarantee of reemergence.




Ashim Shanker, Sinew Of The Social Species Quotes: "Obligation is a more effective weapon against the Will than any penalty, threat or act of force."

Obligation is a more effective weapon against the Will than any penalty, threat or act of force.