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Windmills of the Gods Windmills of the Gods by Sidney Sheldon
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“Just remember, when someone has an accent, it means that he knows one more language than you do.”
Sidney Sheldon, Windmills of the Gods
“Even when lightning flashes inside them [clouds], we say they are only clouds and turn our attention to the next meal, next pain, next breath, the next page. This is how we go on.”
Sidney Sheldon, Windmills of the Gods
“If you believe in what you are doing, then you must fight for it. You must stay. Do not let anyone frighten you away.”
Sidney Sheldon, Windmills of the Gods
“Life is a cosmic grab-bag. At this moment, somewhere in the world, someone is losing a child, skiing down a mountain, having an orgasm, getting a haircut, lying on a bed of pain, singing on a stage, drowning, getting married, starving in a gutter. In the end, aren't we all that same person? An aeon is a thousand million years, and an aeon ago every atom in our bodies was a part of a star. Pay attention to me, God. We are all a part of your universe, and if we die, part of your universe dies with us.”
Sidney Sheldon, Windmills of the Gods
“In the end, each of us is alone, but in the meantime, we must all huddle together to give one another comfort and warmth.”
Sidney Sheldon, Windmills of the Gods
tags: alone, life
“We're brought up to expect a happy ending. But there are no happy endings. There's only death waiting for us. We find love and happiness, and it's snatched away from us without rhyme or reason. We're on a deserted space ship careening mindlessly among the stars. The world is Dachau, and we're all Jews.”
Sidney Sheldon, Windmills of the Gods
“It's coming face to face with death that magnifies the values of life force..”
Sidney Sheldon, Windmills of the Gods