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“A broken heart is just the growing pains necessary so that you can love more completely when the real thing comes along.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“It's a certain tragedy when agony and resentment are all you have left connecting you to someone you once loved.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“A pure heart is superlatively rare and even more attractive.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“If you spend enough time with someone who doubts you, you can't help but believe them.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“You will never find the perfect person but you might be lucky enough to find someone who wants to be.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“If you live life so cautiously as to never fail, you end up failing at life itself.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“People aren't crazy, they’re just reacting normally to an abnormally crazy world.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“Making universal prosperity a right is the surest way to universal poverty.”
J.S.B. Morse
“No one can take away your Natural Rights, but they can do great damage making you think they can.”
J.S.B. Morse
“Some people are like singularities. Get close enough and you will be uncontrollably consumed in an infinite attraction and will cease to exist apart from them.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“If you require force to promote your ideal, there is something wrong with your ideal.”
J.S.B. Morse, Gods of Ruin: A Political Thriller
“When enough people realize that they are slaves but don't have to be, revolutions happen.”
J.S.B. Morse, Gods of Ruin: A Political Thriller
“The more laws that are created, the closer we get to lawlessness.”
J.S.B. Morse, Gods of Ruin: A Political Thriller
“I don't believe in the Constitution because I'm American, I'm American because I believe in the Constitution.”
J.S.B. Morse
“It's illegal to forcefully take money from people unless you're the government. It's illegal to take someone's liberty, unless you're the government. It's illegal to kill someone, unless you're the government. Private organizations can do everything that government can do except for legally break the law.”
J.S.B. Morse, Gods of Ruin: A Political Thriller
“Ironically, the only people anyone believes these days are the skeptics.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“Harming one’s unalienable rights in order to serve justice is injustice.”
J.S.B. Morse, Gods of Ruin: A Political Thriller
“The choice to believe is yours. It’s the only thing that truly is.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“You eat the wealthy, sir, and it will be your last meal.”
J.S.B. Morse, Chaos and Kingdom: A Financial Thriller
“That’s life. It’s a series of knock-down, drag-out fights with yourself and others that will leave you lying on the ground bruised and bloody and drooling all over your shag carpeting. But all that doesn’t define you, your reaction to it does. Your environment doesn’t make you who you are, your choices — your beliefs, do.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“Right isn't always legal.”
J.S.B. Morse, Gods of Ruin: A Political Thriller
“It seems the more we know, the less we believe.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“When people start talking about Right and Left, they stop talking about right and wrong.”
J.S.B. Morse, Gods of Ruin: A Political Thriller
“True unalienable rights do not require one to trample other unalienable rights.”
J.S.B. Morse, Gods of Ruin: A Political Thriller
“Two things I've learned: 1) you simply cannot change someone's mind on certain issues and 2) some issues are so important you cannot stop trying to.”
J.S.B. Morse, Everyone Agrees: Book I: Words, Ideas, and a Universal Morality
“The only valid faith today is disbelief.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“The most purely free decision one can make—and thus, the highest order of spirit on Earth—is believing in something without evidential knowledge.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“Change is inevitable. If you don’t seek it out, it will seek you out.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death
“People today are dying for something to live for.”
J.S.B. Morse
“The story of humanity can be written as the struggle to acknowledge all human beings as human beings.”
J.S.B. Morse, Everyone Agrees: Book I: Words, Ideas, and a Universal Morality

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