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Bernard Werber
“Between two brains, there will always be misunderstandings and lies caused by parasitic smells, drafts and poor-quality reception.”
Bernard Werber, Empire of the Ants

Lakshmi Menon
“Misunderstanding is one of the worst of ill feelings which can spoil many lives.”
Lakshmi Menon

“Someday, the people we know, are acquainted to become the people we knew. They leave. They leave to pursue the opportunities laid down in their paths and they leave on account of misunderstandings.
Their absence causes a vacuum, a space, an incompleteness which we believe no one can fill. But someday, someone eventually does and that someone rekindles our hopes for companionship, until the circle continues and is ultimately intervened by the permanence of death.

The future is alarming, as atrocious as the past. And the friendship, the love, the memories either remain in our hearts cherished or are forgotten like an undeserving dream.

Everything eventually fades away, either for the better or worse.

Someday, the people we know, are acquainted to become the people we knew.

But then again, that someday is not today and so we must be a little more appreciative, for the moment, for the times, for the present because someday everything is going to change.”
Chirag Tulsiani, Reflections

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“How devastating it is to be thought of as arrogant. Surely, we have known each other long enough and well enough, for her to understand that my silence only reflects my sense of trust and satisfaction.”
Barbara Hodgson, The Tattooed Map

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