Rebecca Goldstein

“We each carry our own designated end within us, our very own death ripening at its own rate inside of us. There are insignificant people who are harboring unawares the grandeur of large deaths. We carry it in us like a darkening fruit. It opens and spills out. That is death.”


Rebecca Goldstein, Properties of Light: A Novel of Love, Betrayal, and Quantum Physics
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