Thursday, July 4, 2019 at 12:47PM
Drew Wolfe

Daniel Abraham

There's ways you can trust an enemy you can't always trust a friend. An enemy's never going to betray your trust.

That's one of the things Yardem used to tell me that actually made sense. He said that you don't go through grief like it was a chore to be done. You can't push and get finished quicker. The best you can do is change the way you always do, and the time comes when you aren't the same person who was in pain.

I choose not to believe in any gods as an act of charity,” Marcus said. “Charity toward whom?” “Toward the gods. Seems rude to think they couldn’t make a world better than this."

Possibility is a wide field, dear. "Can't" is a word for small imaginations.

To lose everything is not the worst that can happen.
It's starting again, from nothing, with nothing.

Sometimes the hand pulls the puppet, sometimes the puppet pulls the hand, but the string runs both ways.

Objective truth is difficult to come by, and even if you have it, what you can pass on to the next person is the story that you tell about it. In order for truth to be recognized as true, it has to be wrapped in plausibility. Just the same as lies.

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