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Winter Preparedness Quotes By Paul Virilio

War was my university. Everything has proceeded from there. — Paul Virilio

Winter Preparedness Quotes By Helen DeWitt

I once read somewhere that Sean Connery left school at the age of 13 and later went on to read Proust and Finnegans Wake and I keep expecting to meet an enthusiastic school leaver on the train, the type of person who only ever reads something because it is marvellous (and so hated school). Unfortunately the enthusiastic school leavers are all minding their own business. — Helen DeWitt

Winter Preparedness Quotes By Djuna Barnes

One's life is peculiar to one's own when one has invented it. — Djuna Barnes

Winter Preparedness Quotes By Michael Tsarion

No human being who is in their centre can be hypnotised. That's what needs to be remembered. No human being who is in their centre, who is being guided, who is close to their intuition, who is a sharp, critical apparatus, who has got a sharp sense of judgement, can ever be manipulated. — Michael Tsarion

Winter Preparedness Quotes By Cheryl Strayed

me back and the bull that would take me forward. And so I walked on. It took all I had to cover nine miles a day. To cover nine miles a day was a physical achievement far beyond anything I'd ever done. Every part of my body hurt. Except my heart. I saw no one, but, strange as it was, — Cheryl Strayed

Winter Preparedness Quotes By Austin Carlile

Never give up. There is always hope, there is always life. You've just gotta open your heart to it. Live in love. — Austin Carlile

Winter Preparedness Quotes By Carl Zimmer

Over millions of years the viruses in our genome mutate more and more so the look less and less and less recognizable as viruses and so if there was a virus that infected our pre mammal ancestors like 250 million years ago, which it probably did, we can't see it because it just looks totally random. — Carl Zimmer