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Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu
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Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu
"My favorite version of Tao Te Ching (as a layperson who doesn't study classical text). I love how readable it is, and the fact that Mitchell switches the third person pronoun every now and then -- sometimes it's "he" sometimes it's "she". It makes..." Read more of this review »
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Colum McCann
“He caught a glimpse in the mirror the other day, and how in tarnation did I acquire the face of my father’s father?”
Colum McCann, Thirteen Ways of Looking

Jan-Philipp Sendker
“Our sensory organs love to lead us astray, and eyes are the most deceptive of all. We rely too heavily upon them. We believe that we see the world around us, and yet it is only the surface that we perceive. We must learn to divine the true nature of things, their substance, and the eyes are rather a hindrance than a help in that regard. They distract us. We love to be dazzled. A person who relies too heavily on his eyes neglects his other senses—and I mean more than his hearing or sense of smell. I’m talking about the organ within us for which we have no name. Let us call it the compass of the heart.”
Jan-Philipp Sendker, The Art Of Hearing Heartbeats

Paula McLain
“Even when other things come in loud, we have to keep choosing each other. That's marriage. You can't only say the words once and think they'll stick. You have to say them over and over, and then live them with all you've got.”
Paula McLain, Love and Ruin

Paula McLain
“Real writing, I was beginning to realize, was more like laying bricks than waiting for lightning to strike. It was painstaking. It was manual labor. And sometimes, sometimes if you kept putting the bricks down and let your hands just go on bleeding, and didn’t look up and didn’t stop for anything, the lightning came. Not when you prayed for it, but when you did your work.”
Paula McLain, Love and Ruin

Ernest Hemingway
“Now is no time to think of what you do not have. Think of what you can do with what there is.”
Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea

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