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Stefan Merrill Block Quotes & Sayings

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Frederick knows better than to believe, as his wife sometimes claims to, that all things happen for a reason. Things happen; it is up to us to invent for them a purpose. — Stefan Merrill Block

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There weren't words for it. It was like trying to photograph a sunset or telling the story of a dream dreamt, a private intensity, and attempts at its reproduction could only be met with a shrug. — Stefan Merrill Block

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Mama only snorted. A terse, ironic half laugh, the kind of angry chortle that powered Mama through her daily drudgery, as if it were the exhaust from an internal engine that runs on pure sass. — Stefan Merrill Block

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...that the basic transaction of life itself was a sad, endless amalgam of public endurance and private indulgence. — Stefan Merrill Block

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No one seems to be trying hard enough to do anything... What if we made them all chronically dissatisfied? — Stefan Merrill Block

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Could there be anything more sad and more lonely than remembering what terrible things the future will bring? — Stefan Merrill Block

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Maybe there was relief to be found in the prospect of having no choice. — Stefan Merrill Block

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To remember nothing," they would say. "What more could one possibly ask of eternity? — Stefan Merrill Block

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But the actual object, that bundle of papers, is a telltale heart. She buried it long ago, and still it thumps its maddening beat. — Stefan Merrill Block

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Sometimes, the world suddenly seemed equal to what I required of it. But, otherwise, I was under the world, a cockroach-man scuttling beneath stones in filth, scrambling from the light. Or else I was above the world, as certain and mighty as a fundamental force, as electricity. The sadness of always being at a distance from things, above or else beneath. — Stefan Merrill Block