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Quotes Lustig Sayings By Jorge Luis Borges: God, in the dream, illumined the animal's brutishness and he understood the reasons, and accepted God, in the dream, illumined the animal's brutishness and he understood the reasons, and accepted his destiny; but when he awoke there was only a dark resignation, a valiant ignorance, for the machinery of the world is far too complex for the simplicity of a wild beast.
Years later, Dante was dying in Ravenna, as unjustified and as lonely as any other man. In a dream, God declared to him the secret purpose of his life and work; Dante, in wonderment, knew at last who and what he was and blessed the bitterness of his life ... upon waking, he felt that he had received and lost an infinite thing, something that he would not be able to recuperate or even glimpse, for the machinery of the world is much too complex for the simplicity of a man. — Jorge Luis Borges
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Quotes Lustig Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: A complex is stealing energy from our personality A complex is stealing energy from our personality — Sunday Adelaja
Quotes Lustig Sayings By Taylor Swift: I think your life is full of first loves because every time you love someone I think your life is full of first loves because every time you love someone new, you love them in a different way. — Taylor Swift
Quotes Lustig Sayings By John Hughes: My generation had to be taken seriously because we were stopping things and burning things. My generation had to be taken seriously because we were stopping things and burning things. We were able to initiate change, because we had such vast numbers. We were part of the baby boom, and when we moved, everything moved with us. — John Hughes
Quotes Lustig Sayings By Stephane Hessel: The wealthy have installed their slaves in the highest spheres of the state. The banks The wealthy have installed their slaves in the highest spheres of the state. The banks are privately owned. They are concerned solely with profits. They have no interest in the common good. — Stephane Hessel