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It simply makes sense that I should miss my parents more than they miss me, especially when you consider that they only loved me for thirteen years while I loved them for my entire life.

Chuck Palahniuk

If Christmas were a government program, the Citizens Against Government Waste would classify the entire $66 billion in annual expenditure as "waste".

Joel Waldfogel

The entire universe has been neatly divided into things to (a) mate with, (b) eat, (c) run away from, and (d) rocks.

Terry Pratchett

Laws alone cannot secure freedom of expression; in order that every man may present his views without penalty there must be a spirit of tolerance in the entire population.

Albert Einstein

This is how the entire course of a life can be changed - by doing nothing.

Ian McEwan

The important thing is to make some sort of difference [...] You know, actually change something. [...] Not the whole entire world. Just the little bit around you.

David Nicholls

It is remarkable how a seemingly insignificant action or event can change entire lives.

William Paul Young

If no one in the entire world cared about you, did you really exist at all?

Cassandra Clare

When you have a thought, it is coupled with a physical change in your mind that is specific to that thought, and it has an instant gravitational ripple effect throughout the entire universe.

Scott Adams

There are places and moments in which one is so completely alone that one sees the world entire.

Jules Renard

"Well, I don`t think rocks would be very interesting to God," I said. "They just sit on the ground and erode." "You think that way because you are unable to see the storm of activity at the rock`s molecular level or the level beneath that, and so on. And you are limited by your perception of time. If you watched a rock your entire life it would never look different. But if you were God and could observe the rock over fifteen billion years as though only a second had passed, the rock would be frantic with activity. It would be shrinking and growing and trading matter with its environment. Its molecules would travel the universe and become a partner to amazing things that we could never imagine. By contrast, the odd collection of molecules that make a human being will stay in that arrangement for less time than it takes the universe to blink.

Scott Adams

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