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People need dreams, there's as much nourishment in 'em as food.
People misunderstood death, they died not of too little life but of too much life, that as the skin withered and the future grew short it was the past that took on flesh, until ultimately the sheer accumulation of experience and memory became too heavy to carry.
She felt that most of the obstacles in her life had been placed there by logical people.
The richness of living caught at her throat, and all the well-meant security with which people surrounded themselves was exposed for what it truly was: a wall to keep out life, a conceit, a mad delusion.
He was really quite a selfish person — I think most unhappy people are, don't you?
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The military is a very cool world to write about. I went down to Fort Benning, Georgia, for military training, and I learned a lot about soldiers and officers and why they joined up and what their life has been like. I also got my butt kicked.
June 25, 1923
February 2, 2012
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