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Calamity by Brandon Sanderson
Calamity (Reckoners, #3)
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Sweep in Peace by Ilona Andrews
Sweep in Peace (Innkeeper Chronicles, #2)
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How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World by Harry Browne
“I’ve concentrated upon the things I control, and used that control to remove the restrictions and complications from my life.”
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Andrzej Sapkowski
“I shall tell you. I’ve heard that it has recently become tiresome to negotiate with you witchers. The thing is that, whenever a witcher is shown a monster to be killed, the witcher, rather than take his sword and slaughter it, begins to ponder whether it is right, whether it is transgressing the limits of what is possible, whether it is not contrary to the code and whether the monster really is a monster, as though it wasn’t clear at first glance. It seems to me that you are simply doing too well. In my day, witchers didn’t have two pennies to rub together”
Andrzej Sapkowski, Sword of Destiny

“rogrammers have “theories” about how software will behave when they change a line of code. Those theories rarely hold up to their first encounter with reality. Unsuccessful programmers could probably wax eloquent about how things should be different. Successful programmers just debug their code. Such a profession would quickly wean a person from idealistic notions about how to make a change. Successful programmers soon learn that it is more profitable to challenge their own thinking than to curse their computers when faced with unexpected results. There is no reason that communities could not formulate policy in a similar way. Two reasons that it is not is because of our still rudimentary understanding of system dynamics and our insistence on placing blame on individuals rather than trying to understand systems.”
Ron Davison, The Fourth Economy: Inventing Western Civilization

“Think about it. Every action committed by any human being has one common objective – to bring about happiness for the individual himself. That is the one thing we can say for certain about human action – it is aimed at happiness. Whether or not it succeeds is something else again”
Harry Browne

“If you give a man a gift because you hope he will award a particular contract to you, you are obviously demonstrating a lack of confidence in your ability to make your normal services profitable to him. And if you’re doing it because your competitors are, then you’re suggesting that the prospect really isn’t a very ideal customer.”
Harry Browne, Rule Your World! Finding Freedom & Living Profitably

“Corporations create wealth and define how it is shared. They define working conditions, salary, wages, and benefits. Holy days used to be defined by the church, but now it is the corporation that defines for the workforce which days are holidays. Politicians have to win the approval of corporations in the same way that kings, centuries earlier, had to win the blessing of the church.”
Ron Davison, The Fourth Economy: Inventing Western Civilization
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