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Dean Koontz, Odd Hours Quotes: ...because wonder admits to the existence of mystery, and the recognition of mystery in the world allows the possibility of Truth.
         

...because wonder admits to the existence of mystery, and the recognition of mystery in the world allows the possibility of Truth.


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