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Soon from noxious birth began;
Forgotten lands with weedy spires of gold;
The ground was cleft, and mad auras rolled
Down on the quaking citadels of man.
Then, crushing what chanced to mound in play,
The idiot Chaos blew Earth's dust away.
— H.P. Lovecraft
We have no quarrel with the German nation,
One would not quarrel with a flock of sheep.
But, generation after generation,
They throw up leaders who disturb our sleep.
Alan Herbert
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After all, tomorrow is another day!Margaret Mitchell
For people who own both a iPad and another ereader (Kindle/Nook/Kobo/Sony/etc), which do you prefer reading on?

She voted for: iPad
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Thomas Aquinas
“For those with faith, no evidence is necessary; for those without it, no evidence will suffice.”
Thomas Aquinas

Pablo Neruda
“I am not me but the living matter fermenting and forming it's own shape in the fruitfulness of everyday”
Pablo Neruda, Isla Negra: A Notebook / A Bilingual Edition

Terry Pratchett
“Unseen University was much bigger on the inside. Thousands of years as the leading establishment of practical magic in a world where dimensions were largely a matter of chance in any case had left it bulging in places where it shouldn't have places. There were rooms containing rooms which, if you entered them, turned out to contain the room you'd started with, which can be a problem if you are in a conga line.”
Terry Pratchett, The Last Continent

Georg Simmel
“Perhaps one has to have placed life in the center of one’s worldview and valued it as much as I have in order to know that one may not keep it, but must yield it up.”
Georg Simmel, The View of Life: Four Metaphysical Essays with Journal Aphorisms

Georg Simmel
“By my existence I am nothing more than an empty place, an outline,that is reserved within being in general. Given with it, though, is the duty to fill in this empty place. That is my life.”
Georg Simmel, The View of Life: Four Metaphysical Essays with Journal Aphorisms

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