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And life changes. Maybe just a little, maybe a lot. And at some point, it just isn't worth the fight to fix it.
In the shaded portions where the two spheres of different lives meet, certain fundamentals- moods, loves, fears, angers- can't be hidden. That's the contract.
That's the past for you. Not only does it come back at the most unexpected, and inconvenient, times but it's set in stone.
People with children and people with their own business always pick up a ringing phone.
People want to avoid the past. I suppose that's natural. When we tally up all we've said and done over the years, despite the wonderful memories, the regrets may be fewer but stand out more prominently, glowing coals that we can never quite extinguish, try though we might
We have years to converse with someone, to blurt and rant, to explain our desires and anger and regrets - and oh how we squander those moments.
Too much screaming in Congress. Too much screaming everywhere.
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You will suddenly realize that the reason you never changed before was because you didn't want to.
Robert H. Schuller
May 6, 1950
Jeffery Deaver is an American mystery/crime writer. He has a bachelor of journalism degree from the University of Missouri and a law degree from Fordham University and originally started working as a journalist.
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