Robert Silverberg Quote

They could pray, they had the illusion that a divine plan governed this best of all possible worlds, while I was left in bleak, stormy limbo, dismally aware that the universe makes no sense and that the only universal truth there is is that Entropy Eventually Wins.


Chapter 3, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters (p. 76) - Short fiction - Thomas the Proclaimer (1972)

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They could pray, they had the illusion that a divine plan governed this best of all possible worlds, while I was left in bleak, stormy limbo,...

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They could pray, they had the illusion that a divine plan governed this best of all possible worlds, while I was left in bleak, stormy limbo,...

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They could pray, they had the illusion that a divine plan governed this best of all possible worlds, while I was left in bleak, stormy limbo,...

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They could pray, they had the illusion that a divine plan governed this best of all possible worlds, while I was left in bleak, stormy limbo,...