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Everyone thinks that we`re perfect.
Please don`t let them look through the curtains.

Melanie Martinez

I wasn`t raised to believe there was a devil or there was hell. I actually think that` s a very sort of abusive thing to inflict on a kid, to make them think that they`re going to go to hell and burn, if they do something wrong. That`s not how I would raise my kid.

Winona Ryder

The perfect date is the one where anything and everything goes wrong, but at the end of it, all you want is to see them again.

Dylan O`Brien

I don`t want to have a friend unless I can call them one of my best friends.

Leighton Meester

Most men have an insecurity of some sort. But we`re brought up to believe that we can`t show them.

Luke Evans

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Most people don`t care if you`re telling them the truth or if you`re telling them a lie, as long as they`re entertained by it.

Tom Waits

If you love somebody
Better tell them while they`re here `cause
They just may run away from you.

Imagine Dragons

TV networks are like men. Sometimes you have to live them to be appreciated.

Loving Pablo (movie)

Our fear of death seems to me to be an error of evolution. Many animals react instinctively with terror and flight at the approach of a predator. It is a healthy reaction, one that allows them to escape from danger. But it`s a terror that lasts an instant, not something that remains with them constantly. Natural selection has produced these big apes with hypertrophic frontal lobes, with an exaggerated ability to predict the future. It`s a prerogative that`s certainly useful but one that has placed before us a vision of our inevitable death, and this triggers the instinct of terror and flight. Basically, I believe that the fear of death is the result of an accidental and clumsy interference between two distinct evolutionary pressures - the product of bad automatic connections in our brain rather than something that has any use or meaning.

Carlo Rovelli

The motives by which we act are inscribed in our intimate structure as mammals, as hunters, as social beings: reason illuminates these connections, it does not generate them. We are not, in the first place, reasoning beings. We may perhaps become so, more or less, in the second. In the first instance, we are driven by a thirst for life, by hunger, by the need to love, by the instinct to find our place in human society... The second instance does not even exist without the first. Reason arbitrates between instincts but uses the very same instincts as primary criteria in its arbitration.

Carlo Rovelli

As human beings, we live by emotions and thoughts. We exchange them when we are in the same place at the same time, talking to each other, looking into each other`s eyes, brushing against each other`s skin. We are nourished by this network of encounters and exchanges.

Carlo Rovelli

A person`s mental activities are entirely due to the behaviour of nerve cells, glial cells, and the atoms, ions, and molecules that make them up and influence them.

Francis Crick

It is always the case, with mathematics, that a little direct experience of thinking over things on your own can provide a much deeper understanding than merely reading about them.

Roger Penrose

I have had my results for a long time: but I do not yet know how I am to arrive at them.

Carl Friedrich Gauss

You do not immortalize the lost by writing about them. Language buries, but does not resurrect.

John Green

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