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Friendships are different from all other relationships. Unlike acquaintanceship, friendship is based on love. Unlike lovers and married couples, it is free of jealousy. Unlike children and parents, it knows neither criticism nor resentment. Friendship has no status in law. Business partnerships are based on a contract. So is marriage. Parents are bound by law. But friendships are freely entered into, freely given, and freely exercised.
-- Stephen Ambrose
Frisbeetarianism: The belief that when you die, your soul goes up the on roof and gets stuck.
From the moment absurdity is recognized, it becomes a passion, the most harrowing of all. But whether or not one can live with one's passions, whether or not one can accept their law, which is to burn the heart they simultaneously exalt -- that is the whole question.
-- Albert Camus
From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life.
-- Arthur Ashe
Fruit is silver in the morning, gold at noon, and lead at night.
Funny how a dollar can look so big when you take it to church, and so small when you take it to the store.
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