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I had spent an entire life praying for a miracle, and none had come. And now I looked at the stuffy chapel of my ancestors and saw vanity and greed, heard the call to prayer and thought of power, smelled incense and wondered at the waste of ...more

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The Flicker of Old Dreams by Susan  Henderson
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Adam Phillips
“Before you have children, the novelist Fay Weldon once said, you can believe you are a nice person: after you have children you understand how wars start.”
Adam Phillips, On Balance