Causelessly Famous Quotes & Sayings

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4 Causelessly Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Causelessly Sayings By Quentin Smith: [This world] exists nonnecessarily, improbably, and causelessly. It exists for absolutely no reason at all. [This world] exists nonnecessarily, improbably, and causelessly. It exists for absolutely no reason at all. It is inexplicably and stunningly actual ... The impact of this captivated realisation upon me is overwhelming. I am completely stunned. I take a few dazed steps in the dark meadow, and fall among the flowers. I lie stupefied, whirling without comprehension in this world through numberless worlds other than this one. — Quentin Smith
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Causelessly Sayings By Ayn Rand: Love is a response to values. The amoralist's actual self-appraisal is revealed in his abnormal Love is a response to values. The amoralist's actual self-appraisal is revealed in his abnormal need to be loved (but not in the rational sense of the word) - to be "loved for himself," i.e., causelessly. James Taggart reveals the nature of such a need: "I don't want to be loved for anything. I want to be loved for myself - not for anything I do or have or say or think. For myself - not for my body or mind or words or works or actions." (Atlas Shrugged.) When his wife asks: "But then ... what is yourself?" he has no answer. — Ayn Rand
Causelessly Sayings By Ayn Rand: She was suddenly as intently conscious of that particular moment, of herself and her own She was suddenly as intently conscious of that particular moment, of herself and her own movement. She noticed her gray linen skirt, the rolled sleeve of her gray blouse and her naked arm reaching down for the paper. She felt her heart stop causelessly in the kind of gasp one feels in moments of anticipation. — Ayn Rand
Causelessly Sayings By Ayn Rand: I do not care to be admired causelessly, emotionally, intuitively, instinctively - or blindly. I I do not care to be admired causelessly, emotionally, intuitively, instinctively - or blindly. I do not care for blindness in any form, I have too much to show - or for deafness, I have too much to say. I do not care to be admired by anyone's heart - only by someone's head. — Ayn Rand