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Amish Tripathi
“It is your karma to fight evil. It doesn't matter if the people that evil is being committed against don't fight back. It doesn't matter if the entire world chooses to look the other way. Always remember this. You don't live with the consequences of other people's karma. You live with the consequences of your own”
Amish Tripathi, The Secret of the Nagas

Randy Pausch
“People are more important than things.”
Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture

Jeffrey Archer
“I have discovered with advancing years that few things are entirely black or white, but more often different shades of grey.”
Jeffrey Archer, A Prisoner of Birth

Jeffrey Archer
“we all suffer in our different ways from being prisoners of birth.”
Jeffrey Archer, A Prisoner of Birth

Margaret Mitchell
“All wars are sacred,to those who have to fight them. If the people who started wars didn’t make them sacred, who would be foolish enough to fight? But, no matter what rallying cries the orators give to the idiots who fight, no matter what noble purposes they assign to wars, there is never but one reason for a war. And that is money. All wars are in reality money squabbles. But so few people ever realize it. Their ears are too full of bugles and drums and the fine words from stay-at-home orators. Sometimes the rallying cry is ’save the Tomb of Christ from the Heathen!’ Sometimes it’s ’down with Popery!’ and sometimes ‘Liberty!’ and sometimes ‘Cotton, Slavery and States’ Rights!”
Margaret Mitchell, Gone with the Wind
tags: money, war

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