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Who's in Charge? Free Will and the Science of the Brain by Michael S. Gazzaniga
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Process of Dramaturgy by Scott R. Irelan
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Terence Rattigan
“To see yourself as the world sees you may be very brave, but it can also be very foolish.”
Terence Rattigan, The Deep Blue Sea (The Rattigan Collection)

Mary Gaitskill
“We all came up out of the ground and took our forms. So much harder for us to have a form because we have one on the outside and too many inside. Depth, surface, power, fragility, direction, indirection, arrogance, servility, rocks, roots, grass, blossoms, dirt. We are a tangle of roots, a young branch, a flower, a moldy spore. You want to say, This is me; this is who I am. But you don’t even know what it is, or what it’s for. Time parts its shabby curtain: There is my father, listening to his music hard enough to break his own heart. Trying to borrow shapes for his emotions so that he may hold them out to the world and the world might say, Yes, we see. We feel. We understand. I touch the hazelnut bush gently as I pass.”
Mary Gaitskill, Veronica

Mary Gaitskill
“He was beginning to see her as a locked garden that he could sneak into and sit in for days, tearing the heads off the flowers.”
Mary Gaitskill, Bad Behavior

Buddy Wakefield
“I keep forgetting to put focus on my to-do list.”
Buddy Wakefield, Live For A Living

Amy Cuddy
“This is how self-fulfilling prophecies work: we have an expectation about who someone is and how she’s likely to behave, then we treat her in a way that is likely to elicit those behaviors, thus confirming our initial expectations… and so on.”
Amy Cuddy, Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges

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