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Make no excuses for the devils that will not excuse you of their burdens, Miss Crane." - Darien Nicodemeus; Chapter Sixteen - The Giant's Return

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What I’ve learned in my travels is that people are more alike than they are

What I’ve learned in my travels is that people are more alike than they are different. Yes, I may have a different home or lifestyle than a mom living in Shanghai, but deep down we are still mothers who hope for the best in our children. I always find so
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On a ship that's made of paper, I would sail the seven seas. (Just to be wi

On a ship that's made of paper, I would sail the seven seas. (Just to be with you.)
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Every day is an opportunity to realise the wonder that exists in the world.

Every day is an opportunity to realise the wonder that exists in the world.
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But the witness of the substitutionary atonement of Jesus is that God's mos

But the witness of the substitutionary atonement of Jesus is that God's most difficult promise has been kept.
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I believe that without strict enforcement of penalties for any offence viol

I believe that without strict enforcement of penalties for any offence violating the principles of truth and honesty, Nigeria and Africa will not be able to move from our present state of underdevelopment into civilization.
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But there stands the sword of my ancestor Sir Richard Vernon, slain at Shre

But there stands the sword of my ancestor Sir Richard Vernon, slain at Shrewsbury, and sorely slandered by a sad fellow called Will Shakspeare, whose Lancastrian partialities, and a certain knack at embodying them, has turned history upside down, or rathe
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May the weary soul find rest in the Lord.

May the weary soul find rest in the Lord.
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…so many ticks steadily around the clock. My heart beats ferociously, as if

…so many ticks steadily around the clock. My heart beats ferociously, as if to say it will not digest this leaving. But you are gone. I could never look into your tormenting eyes again. You mock me with each word you choose…. of the millions of words in t
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The problem is that history is not a dialectic progression but a biome, a s

The problem is that history is not a dialectic progression but a biome, a swamp where ideas chase each other around and wallow and where drupelets of their larvae cluster and then hatch to devour siblings.
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You're handsome and you have a nice accent, and a chest that would make a n

You're handsome and you have a nice accent, and a chest that would make a nun perspire.
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My father told me never to take my foot off a ladder to kick at someone who

My father told me never to take my foot off a ladder to kick at someone who was kicking at me. When I did that, I would no longer be climbing. While they are kicking, my father told me, I should keep stepping. They can kick only one time. If I continued t
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We don't believe something by merely saying we believe it, or even when we

We don't believe something by merely saying we believe it, or even when we believe that we believe it. We believe something when we act as if it were true.
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