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Mutsuhito The Great Quotes By James Eicher

Ethics is the restraint by which the individual organism affects computation in the ecosystem, creating moral position. What is "right" produces the least amount of disturbance to the individual in the ethical habitat. — James Eicher

Mutsuhito The Great Quotes By Christopher Marlowe

Nothing violent, oft have I heard tell, can be permanent. — Christopher Marlowe

Mutsuhito The Great Quotes By Simone Weil

Two prisoners whose cells adjoin communicate with each other by knocking on the wall. The wall is the thing which separates them but is also their means of communication. It is the same with us and God. Every separation is a link. — Simone Weil

Mutsuhito The Great Quotes By Quentin S. Crisp

I think I can say without fear of inaccuracy that description is my strong point. Possibly this fact is central to my feeling excluded and so on in what might be called "the scene." There appears to be a particular divide in literature that has "description" and all it implies, as its focus. Some people hate "fancy writing," and just want to "cut to the chase," and so on. This attitude deeply irritates me. If you can't try and take words to their limit in the field of literature, then where can you? I actually think that variety is good, but it's usually the enemies of "fancy writing" who also seem to deplore variety and believe that there's only one way to write - without adverbs etc. etc. — Quentin S. Crisp

Mutsuhito The Great Quotes By Erin Hunter

SkyClan or cream, — Erin Hunter

Mutsuhito The Great Quotes By K Callan

For those with drive, wit, vision, ego and a masochistic outlook, there is always room. — K Callan

Mutsuhito The Great Quotes By Thomas Dekker

Cast away care, he that loves sorrow Lengthens not a day, nor can buy tomorrow; Money is trash, and he that will spend it, Let him drink merrily, fortune will send it. — Thomas Dekker