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Edward Abbey Quotes

Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results - Albert Einstein Quotes
The darkest nights produce the brightest stars - Motivational Quotes
Dogs teach us a lot of things but none more important than to love unconditionally - Dog Quotes
Be yourself; everyone else is already taken - Oscar Wilde Quotes
The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary - Work Quotes
Don't look back you're not going that way - Inspirational Quotes
Having you in my life made everything better - Love Quotes
Together is my favorite place to be - Love Quotes
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There has never yet been a human society worthy of the name of civilization. Civilization remains a remote ideal  (Edward Abbey Quotes) There are circumstances in which suicide presents a viable option; a workable alternative; the only sensible solution  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Is it possible to grow wiser without knowing it? One hopes so. We all hope so  (Edward Abbey Quotes) For this world that men have made, none of us is bad enough. For the world that made us, none is good enough  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Longevity, like intelligence and good looks and health and strength of character, is largely a matter of genetic heritage. Choose your parents with care  (Edward Abbey Quotes) We live in the kind of world where courage is the most essential of virtues; without courage, the other virtues are useless  (Edward Abbey Quotes) The consolation of reading biography: Most great men have led lives even more miserable than our own  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Most of us lead lives of chaotic improvisation from day to day, bawling for peace while plunging grimly into fresh disorders  (Edward Abbey Quotes) A mother’s sorrow is more true, honorable, and beautiful than the detachment of the sage  (Edward Abbey Quotes) It’s a fool’s life, a rogue’s life, and a good life if you keep laughing all the way to the grave  (Edward Abbey Quotes) If you feel that you’re not ready to die, never fear; nature will give you complete and adequate assistance when the time comes  (Edward Abbey Quotes) I was once invited to take part in a heroic, possibly fatal enterprise, but I declined, mainly on account of sloth  (Edward Abbey Quotes) By the age of eighteen, a human has acquired enough joy and heartache to provide the food of reflection for a century  (Edward Abbey Quotes) The great question of life is not the question of death but the question of life. Fear of death shames us all  (Edward Abbey Quotes) To the intelligent man or woman, life appears infinitely mysterious. But the stupid have an answer for every question  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Let us praise the noble turkey vulture: No one envies him; he harms nobody; and he contemplates our little world from a most serene and noble height  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Mental degeneracy may be caused by lead poisoning. Or by a poor dip in the gene pool  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Literary critics, like a herd of cows or a school of fish, always face in the same direction, obeying that love for unity that every critic requires  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Any hack can safely rail away at foreign powers beyond the sea; but a good writer is a critic of the society he lives in  (Edward Abbey Quotes) I would prefer to write about everything; what else is there? But one must be selective  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Anywhere, anytime, I’d sacrifice the finest nuance for a laugh, the most elegant trope for a smile  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Most of the literary classics are worth reading, if you’ve nothing better to do  (Edward Abbey Quotes) A good book is a kind of paper club, serving to rouse the slumbrous and to silence the obtuse  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Writers should avoid the academy. When a writer begins to accept pay for talking about words, we know what he will produce soon: nothing but words  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Good writing can be defined as having something to say and saying it well. When one has nothing to say, one should remain silent. Silence is always beautiful at such times  (Edward Abbey Quotes) When the writer has done his best, he then should proceed to do his second best  (Edward Abbey Quotes) My own best books have not been published. In fact, they’ve not even been written yet  (Edward Abbey Quotes) It is true that some of my fiction was based on actual events. But the events took place after the fiction was written  (Edward Abbey Quotes) It is always dishonest for a reviewer to review the author instead of the author’s book  (Edward Abbey Quotes) Some people write to please, to soothe, to console. Others to provoke, to challenge, to exasperate and infuriate. I’ve always found the second approach the more pleasing  (Edward Abbey Quotes)
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