The power of imagination makes us infinite.
(April 21, 1838 - December 24, 1914)
John Muir (April 21, 1838 - December 24, 1914)
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The ingenuities we practice in order to appear admirable to ourselves would suffice to invent the telephone twice over on a rainy summer morning.
(October 14, 1914 - December 27, 1997)
We are carrying out a broad operation against terrorism, a broad operation against the Islamic Jihad infrastructure, in light of Islamic Jihad's intention to continue with suicide bombings.
I wonder if any of them can tell from just looking at me that all I am is the sum total of my pain, a raw woundedness so extreme that it might be terminal. It might be terminal velocity, the speed of the sound of a girl falling down to a place from where she can't be retrieved. What if I am stuck down here for good?