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“To see and feel one’s beloved naked for the first time is one of life’s pure, irreducible epiphanies. If there is a true religion in the universe, it must include that truth of contact or be forever hollow. To make love to the one true person who deserves that love is one of the few absolute rewards of being a human being, balancing all of the pain, loss, awkwardness, loneliness, idiocy, compromise, and clumsiness that go with the human condition. To make love to the right person makes up for a lot of mistakes.”

– Dan Simmons, The Rise of Endymion

“Like madness is the glory of life.”

– William Shakespeare

“Inspiration is a guest that does not willingly visit the lazy.”

– Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

“Politeness is okay, but it gets old and boring. You want to attack life with a passion, not a politeness, you want people to think about you and remember you and say ‘she is so passionate’ you don’t want people to think about you and remember you and say ‘she is so polite,’ because, who cares about polite?”

– C. JoyBell C.

“Lots of people would be as cowardly as me if they were brave enough.”

– Terry Pratchett, The Last Hero

“Love has no culture, boundaries, race and religion. It is pure and beautiful like early morning sunrise falling in lake.”

– Santosh Kalwar

“No human should mislead another by promising them something they know to be untrue.”

– Santosh Kalwar

“If you will practice being fictional for a while, you will understand that fictional characters are sometimes more real than people with bodies and heartbeats.”

– Richard Bach

“A book is a device to ignite the imagination.”

– Alan Bennett

“Turn around and believe that the good news that we are loved is better than we ever dared hope, and that to believe in that good news, to live out of it and toward it, to be in love with that good news, is of all glad things in this world the gladdest thing of all. Amen, and come Lord Jesus.”

– Frederick Buechner