"It is hard to think. I would keep my senses for I fear oblivion. And I am carried back to the years of shock and the nigh...
Will There Really Be A Morning?
By Farmer, Frances
Stop walking through the world looking for confirmation that you don't belong. You will always find it because you've made that...
Braving the Wilderness
By Brown, Brené
"I've lived under my freedom, and I've lived under God's freedom, and there is no comparison. My freedom could have cost m...
Wrestling for My Life
By Michaels, Shawn
" I have two bad knees, and a shoulder that need to be replaced. I need a heating pad to loosen up my back in the mornings...
"I had drunk a lot, done drugs, and popped pills for two reasons: because of boredom, and because I was empty, and lonely....
"When I became a Christian, I confessed of my sins and God forgave me of all of them. I then entered into a relationship w...
And then, without a rhyme or reason, out of time and out of season, Hagga laughed and kept on laughing. No one had said a word,...
The 13 Clocks
By Thurber, James
"My children got no cause to be dead. Other children are playing. My children have a right to play too. They didn't do any...
People Wasn't Made to Burn
By Allen, Joe
Paper was made to burn, coal, and rags, not people. People wasn't made to burn. ~James Hickman~
Am i not merciful?
By Kaufman, Amie
“The real cycle you're working on is a cycle called yourself.”
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
By Pirsig, Robert M.
Unlike the overall character of winter, which may be mild one year and punishing the next, the pattern of how light changes thr...
By Jahren, Hope
Love and learning are similar in that they can never be wasted.
These two organisms--the wasp and the fig--have enjoyed this arrangement for almost ninety million years, evolving together thr...
"But in the city where fitting in in means standing out and there's nothing more uncool than being cool..."
A Tale of Two Besties
By Rossi, Sophia ...
"From the corner of her eye, Louisa caught a glimpse of movement in the shrubs by the front windows. She retreated to her ...
The Revelation of Louisa May
By MacColl, Michaela
To truly know death, you'd have to have loved.
The Dead I Know
By Gardner, Scot
"Piper McLean, that is the dumbest risk i've ever seen anyone take, and I DATE a dumb risk taker." -Annabeth Chase
The Blood of Olympus
By Riordan, Rick
"it was a lie, an improvisation, a vicious one - a glimpse of his cruelty, and his creativity, since viciousness can be cr...
By Smith, Tom Rob
You never know what life will bring...But that's what makes it so exciting, no? That's what keeps me going. The possibility.
The Book of Unknown Americans
By Henríquez, Cri...
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