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“When you're in love, there's nothing that can embarrass or surprise you.”
Michael R French, Once Upon a Lie
“We must believe we are capable of transcending evil, of not needing to hide in the darkness or surrender to our basest fears.”
Michael R French, Once Upon a Lie
“Albert Einstein was never clear if he believed in time travel, but had he raised a toddler, he certainly would have.”
Michael R French, Once Upon a Lie
“In our ever-changing universe, lives collide, and, like runaway planets, we just keep going.”
Michael French, Once Upon a Lie
“A secret that has been buried too long, eating a hole in me, worms its way to the surface, like a swimmer who can't hold his breath any longer.”
Michael R French, Once Upon a Lie
“Rationality and calm self-determination were one of the great illusions of the universe... in the end, we were all ruled by our passions.”
Michael R French, Once Upon a Lie
“The liberation from ignorance and tyranny was a long war, because the oppressors always had the advantage. They smooth-talked the masses with lies and promises.”
Michael R French, Once Upon a Lie
“Racism is not simply about one man's irrational hatred of another but his self-hatred, doubting his own moral goodness and purpose.”
Michael R French, Once Upon a Lie
“We are not strangers. It’s a lack of trust that keeps us separated.”
Michael R. French, Once Upon a Lie
“Faith is the ability to endure.”
Michael R. French, Once Upon a Lie
“Life brings only so much luck which when used up leaves you without a safety net.”
Michael R. French, Once Upon a Lie
“Racism and inequality are likened to a fungus which grows in dark places and is all the more poisonous because one cannot see it.”
Michael R. French, Once Upon a Lie