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Unnatural Creatures Quotes By Kenzie Kovacs-Szabo

War was so many things, and not the least of which confusion. What was wrong? What was right, for that matter?
Was killing right or wrong? Brave or cowardly? Human nature or unnatural behavior of creatures too smart for their own good?
Loyalty, betrayal, hate, love, fear, friendship, teamwork, violence. War was connected to all of these. Hard work, sadness, suffering, discipline, chaos, questions, few answers, strategy, bravery, foolishness, death, life.
And both winning and losing were only two small aspects of the word war. — Kenzie Kovacs-Szabo

Unnatural Creatures Quotes By Natasha Larry

Haylee thought of all the supernatural creatures that could kill her ... a vampire or even a vampire slayer, and became angry at the idea a fairy might end her life tonight. — Natasha Larry

Unnatural Creatures Quotes By Heber C. Kimball

In relation to the way in which I look upon the works of God and his creatures, I will say that I was naturally begotten; so was my father, and also my Saviour Jesus Christ. According to the Scriptures, he is the first begotten of his father in the flesh, and there was noting unnatural about it. — Heber C. Kimball

Unnatural Creatures Quotes By Milton J. Davis

Sister Amelia spun, a whirling dervish in the service of the All-Mother, removing unnatural creatures from the lake. — Milton J. Davis

Unnatural Creatures Quotes By Gertrude Himmelfarb

For Rousseau and Mandeville the absence of a moral instinct meant the laws of society had no moral validity, they were nothing but the inventions of the cunning and the powerful, in order to maintain or to acquire an unnatural and unjust superiority over the rest of their fellow creatures. — Gertrude Himmelfarb

Unnatural Creatures Quotes By Aristotle.

In bad or corrupted natures the body will often appear to rule over the soul, because they are in an evil and unnatural condition. At all events we may firstly observe in living creatures both a despotical and a constitutional rule; for the soul rules the body with a despotical rule, whereas the intellect rules the appetites with a constitutional and royal rule. And it is clear that the rule of the soul over the body, and of the mind and the rational element over the passionate, is natural and expedient; whereas the equality of the two or the rule of the inferior is always hurtful. — Aristotle.