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Victoria Schwab
“I know it hurts," she said. "So make it worth the pain.”
Victoria Schwab, Our Dark Duet

“They feel that if I have any kind of life at all, I am going to enjoy it as best I can because I may not be here tomorrow. This is what the youth of America is crying today. They also feel that if my education is going to only bring me a diploma, that I will not even have a job waiting for me afterwards, why should I even try to get a diploma? There are boys now that I know across this nation who feel it does not pay to be a good guy today, “Why should I be a good guy? If I am a bad guy, I get thrown in jail and I have a record or the Government is going to take care of me.”
Julia Sweig, Lady Bird Johnson: Hiding in Plain Sight

“Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least.” — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe”
David Aaker, Owning Game-Changing Subcategories: Uncommon Growth in the Digital Age

Émile Zola
“As for you, you’re a parson,’ he muttered; ‘you did well; a parson’s a very happy man. The calling absorbs you, eh? And so you’ve taken to the good path. Well! you would never have been satisfied otherwise. Your relatives, starting like you, have done a deal of evil, and still they are unsatisfied. It’s all logically perfect, my lad. A priest completes the family. Besides, it was inevitable. Our blood was bound to run to that. So much the better for you; you have had the most luck.”
Émile Zola, Abbe Mouret’s Transgression illustrated: Emile Zola

M.  Dressler
“Yes, the fat of progress does lead to the thinning of labor. But times are changing. What else can we do but change with them?”
M. Dressler, The Last to See Me

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