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"My whole life has been movies and religion. That's it. Nothing else."

"Giving women education, work, the ability to control their own income, inherit and own property, benefits the society. If a woman is empowered, her children and her family will be better off. If families prosper, the village prospers, and eventually so does the whole country."

"I wish they'd had electric guitars in cotton fields back in the good old days. A whole lot of things would've been straightened out."

"My greatest strength as a child, I realize now, was my imagination. While every other kid was reading and writing, I had seven whole hours a day to practice my imagination. When do you get that space in your life, ever?"

"Dear Lord we beg but one boon more: Peace in the hearts of all men living, peace in the whole world this Thanksgiving."

"Well, the whole story is in the book, but the short answer is that I was the first information architect in an organization that was traditionally design-oriented, and I felt I needed a tool to help me gain the trust and support of my colleagues."

"Indeed, the whole human species is endangered, by nuclear weapons or by other means of wholesale destruction which further advances in science are likely to produce."

"When you are young and healthy, it never occurs to you that in a single second your whole life could change."

"Life has obliged him to remember so much useful knowledge that he has lost not only his history, but his whole original cargo of useless knowledge history, languages, literatures, the higher mathematics, or what you will - are all gone."

"Poetry is like making a joke. If you get one word wrong at the end of a joke, you've lost the whole thing."

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