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Quotes About Offspring

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Richelle Mead
“Relax, having kids is years away. But can you imagine? Your brains, my charm, our collective good looks... then add in the usual physical abilities dhampirs get.

It's really not even fair to everyone else.”
Richelle Mead, The Fiery Heart

John Stuart Mill
“It still remains unrecognised, that to bring a child into existence without a fair prospect of being able, not only to provide food for its body, but instruction and training for its mind, is a moral crime, both against the unfortunate offspring and against society; and that if the parent does not fulfil this obligation, the State ought to see it fulfilled, at the charge, as far as possible, of the parent.”
John Stuart Mill, On Liberty

Jaime Rush
“from Out of the Darkness (book 2):

Zoe met Eric's eyes. Even in her platforms she was still a few inches shorter than he was. "And what do you do?"

His mouth quirked. "I set people on fire.”
Jaime Rush

Stefan Molyneux
“We've got this weird dysgenic situation where we're basically just paying idiots to breed and taxing intelligent people to stay away from each other with anything remotely resembling fertility.”
Stefan Molyneux

Jaime Rush
“Random lines, Beyond the Darkness: "Playing 'tag, you're it' against a car is a bad idea.”
Jaime Rush, Beyond the Darkness

Edward Carpenter
“In its various forms, so far as we know them, Love seems always to have a deep significance and a most practical importance to us little mortals. In one form, as the mere semi-conscious Sex-love, which runs through creation and is common to the lowest animals and plants, it appears as a kind of organic basis for the unity of all creatures; in another, as the love of the mother for her offspring—which may also be termed a passion—it seems to pledge itself to the care and guardianship of the future race; in another, as the marriage of man and woman, it becomes the very foundation of human society. And so we can hardly believe that in its homogenic form, with which we are here concerned, it has not also a deep significance, and social uses and functions which will become clearer to us, the more we study it.”
Edward Carpenter, The Intermediate Sex: A Study of Some Transitional Types of Men and Women

Jaime Rush
“Human emotions are our devils," Cheveyo said. "They tease us with things we can't have, torture us with feelings we can't act on. They cause physical pain.”
Jaime Rush, Beyond the Darkness

Jarod Kintz
“Love is yesterday’s tomorrow, minus the frozen musical notes, soggy teabags, and political opposition from your own embryonic offspring.”
Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not FOR SALE

Jaime Rush
“If I release you, you won't scream? I'd rather not continue the conversation like this."
She shook her head, and he freed her. She scrambled away from him, feeling the grooves of the headboard bite into her back when she slammed into it.
He sat back on her bed, his hands on his jean-clad thighs. The hair at his neck curled from dampness. "You don't have to be afraid of me."
She almost laughed. "A stranger breaks in, and I'm supposed to be cool with that?"
"Amy, we're not strangers.”
Jaime Rush, A Perfect Darkness

Charles Davenport
“Two imbecile parents, whether related or not, have only imbecile offspring.”
Charles Davenport, Eugenics, the Science of Human Improvement by Better Breeding

Marcel Proust
“And the others too were beginning to remark in Swann that abnormal, excessive, shameful and deserved senescence of bachelors, of all those for whom it seems that the great day which knows no morrow must be longer than for other men, since for them it is a void of promise, and from its dawn the moments steadily accumulate without any subsequent partition among offspring.”
Marcel Proust, Swann's Way

T.F. Hodge
“The Spirit, and your soul are not the same things. The Spirit is God - the source. Your soul is God's imagination.”
T.F. Hodge, From Within I Rise: Spiritual Triumph Over Death and Conscious Encounters with "The Divine Presence"

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