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In eighty-six years, child, I've learned the world is a far more mysterious place than most people realize and that every moment of life is woven through with meaning.
To get through life successfully, body and soul must translate each other correctly more often than not.
Even the wisest and the best of us can be foolish occasionally.
Strange how the deepest part of us isn't able to speak more clearly to the part of us that lives only here in the shallows of the world.
Every journey has a destination, known or unknown.
If patterns exist in our seemingly patternless lives — and they do — then the law of harmony insists that the most harmonious of all patterns, circles within circles, will most often assert itself.
Duty is a good thing, a calling without which no civilization can survive, but it is also a weight and chain that sometimes seems sure to sink you to the airless bottom of a dark pool
He would never need a knife to spread a pat of butter on his toast. That smile would quickly melt it.
Listen, child—if you’re at a party with a hundred people and one of them is the devil, he’ll be the last one you’d suspect.
Denial couldn't be maintained.
Her eyes were celadon saucers but bottomless, of such great depth that she could take in the knowledge of whole worlds and have room in that gaze for still more.
Darkness doesn't fall at a predictable schedule. Darkness can overwhelm you any time of the day, as you know well.
...an age-old patter that seemed like chaos but was not...
But the line between moral behavior and narcissistic self-righteousness is thin and difficult to discern
Evil travels the world in anonymity, its presence revealed only by the periodic consequences of its desires...
The greatest danger, of course, was to believe that I was equal to them, because assurance can morph into arrogance that Death loves to prove unfounded.
You do what you have to do. That's who you seem to be to me, anyway. You're one who does what he has to do.
It's funny, ma'am, how sometimes you're so sarcastic but it doesn't sting.""Because of my dimples. Dimples are a get-out-of-jail-free card