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My Heart's in the Highlands My Heart's in the Highlands by William Saroyan
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“The greatest happiness you can have is knowing that you do not necessarily require happiness.”
William Saroyan, My Heart's in the Highlands
“I care so much about everything that I care about nothing”
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tags: care
“I am enormously wise and abysmally ignorant”
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“I took to writing at an early age to escape from meaninglessness, uselessness, unimportance, insignificance, poverty, enslavement, ill health, despair, madness, and all manner of other unattractive, natural and inevitable things.”
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tags: life
“I have managed to conceal my madness fairly effectively, and as far as I know it hasn't hurt anybody badly, for which I am grateful.”
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“In the end, today is forever, yesterday is still today, and tomorrow is already today.”
William Saroyan, My Heart's in the Highlands
“All great art has madness, and quite a lot of bad art has it, too.”
William Saroyan, My Heart's in the Highlands
“The purpose of writing is both to keep up with life and to run ahead of it. I am little comfort to myself, although I am the only comfort I have, excepting perhaps streets, clouds, the sun, the faces and voices of kids and the aged, and similar accidents of beauty, innocence, truth and loneliness.”
William Saroyan, My Heart's in the Highlands
“The child race is fresh, eager, interested, innocent, imaginative, healthy and full of faith, where the adult race, more often than not, is stale, spiritually debauched, unimaginative, unhealthy, and without faith.”
William Saroyan, My Heart's in the Highlands

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