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Sergeant Major Dan Daly Quotes By Franz Kafka

My grandfather used to say: Life is astoundingly short. To me, looking back over it, life seems so foreshortened that I scarcely understand, for instance, how a young man can decide to ride over to the next village without being afraid that -not to mention accidents- even the span of a normal happy life may fall far short of the time needed for such a journey. — Franz Kafka

Sergeant Major Dan Daly Quotes By Cassandra Clare

He'd fought demons before. Deep down in his soul, something was stirring. Something that made the seraph blade blaze brighter in his hand. Something that made him understand the look on Diego's face as he turned to Diana and said, 'Orders?'
'Kill them all, obviously,' Diana said, and the Centurions began to pour down the stairs. — Cassandra Clare

Sergeant Major Dan Daly Quotes By W. H. Auden

The most difficult problem in personal knowledge, whether of oneself or of others, is the problem of guessing when to think as a historian and when to think as an anthropologist. — W. H. Auden

Sergeant Major Dan Daly Quotes By Tim O'Brien

There it is, they'd say. Over and over - there it is, my friend, there it is
- as if the repetition itself were an act of poise, a balance between crazy
and almost crazy, knowing without going, there it is, which meant be
cool, let it ride, because Oh yeah, man, you can't change what can't be
changed, there it is, there it absolutely and positively and fucking well is. — Tim O'Brien

Sergeant Major Dan Daly Quotes By Julian Baggini

Society needs both justice and compassion, a head and a heart, if it is to be civilised. — Julian Baggini

Sergeant Major Dan Daly Quotes By Ted Andrews

Turtles remind us that the way to heaven is through the earth. In Mother Earth is all that we need. She will care for us, protect us, and nurture us, as long as we do the same for her. For that to happen, we must slow down and heighten our sensibilities. We must see the connection to all things. Just as the turtle cannot separate itself from its shell, neither can we separate ourselves from what we do to the Earth. — Ted Andrews