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Orson Scott Card

“Miro, I'm so sorry. I always felt such pity for you humans because you could only think of one thing at a time and your memories were so imperfect and . . . now I realize that just getting through the day without killing somebody can be an achievement."

It gets to be a habit. Most of us manage to keep our body count quite low. It's the neighborly way to live.”


Orson Scott Card, Children of the Mind
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Children of the Mind (Ender's Saga, #4) Children of the Mind by Orson Scott Card
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