Quotes About Black Blood

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Christopher Pike
“Yes. The opposite of love is not hate. It is indifference. That is why few people find God. They go to church and talk about him and that sort of thing. They may even go out and evangelize and try to win converts. But in their hearts, if they are honest with themselves, they are indifferent to him because they cannot see him. God is too abstract for people. God is a word without meaning. If Jesus came back today, nothing he said would make any sense to those who wait for him. They would be the first ones to kill him again.”
Christopher Pike, Black Blood

Christopher Pike
“One question always leads to another question. Some things are better to wonder about.”
Christopher Pike, Black Blood

Christopher Pike
“How much modern civilization has lost, I think, when they lost the awareness of the billions of stars overhead.”
Christopher Pike, Black Blood

Christopher Pike
“Dive deep into the ocean, Sita, and you will find that the greatest treasures you find are the illusions you leave behind.”
Christopher Pike, Black Blood

Laird Barron
“The universe dilated within him, above him. Something like joy stirred in Lancaster’s being, a sublime ecstasy born of terror. His heart felt as if it might burst, might leap from his chest. His cheeks were wet. Drops of blood glittered on his bare arms, the backs of his hands, his thighs, his feet. Black as the blackest pearls come undone from a string, the droplets lifted from him, drifted from him like a slow motion comet tail, and floated toward the road, the fields. For the first time in an age he heard nothing but the night sounds of crickets, his own breath. His skull was quiet.”
Laird Barron, The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All: Stories

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