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Jonathan Carroll
“BUYING A PAIR OF shoes is one of the most optimistic acts I know, next to falling in love. I like nothing better than to see an old man wearing a brand new pair of brogues or cap-toed oxfords, preferably jaunty orange-brown, unscuffed, heels unworn. We want to be here tomorrow, but buying new shoes, like falling in love, says I plan on being here tomorrow.”
Jonathan Carroll, Outside the Dog Museum

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“The voice, Afghan matchmakers say, is more than half of love.”
Gregory David Roberts, Shantaram

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“The world can be divided between people who can get a waiter’s attention and those who can’t.”
Jonathan Carroll, The Woman Who Married a Cloud: The Collected Short Stories

Robyn Davidson
“It’s important that we leave each other and the comfort of it, and circle away, even though it’s hard sometimes, so that we can come back and swap information about what we’ve learnt even if what we do changes us and”
Robyn Davidson, Tracks: One Woman's Journey Across 1,700 Miles of Australian Outback

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