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Ayn Rand

  • b7866055329has quoted10 months ago
    He thought suddenly that there was some phrase, a kind of quotation, that expressed what the calendar seemed to suggest.
  • Ian Bytchekhas quoted10 days ago
    But he still thought it self-evident that one had to do what was right; he had never learned how people could want to do otherwise; he had learned only that they did. It still seemed simple and incomprehensible to him: simple that things should be right, and incomprehensible that they weren’t. He knew that they weren’t.
  • Ian Bytchekhas quoted8 days ago
    She liked his face—its lines were tight and firm, it did not have that look of loose muscles evading the responsibility of a shape, which she had learned to expect in people’s faces.
  • Александра Земцоваhas quoted2 years ago
    "If you want my advice, Peter," he said at last, "you've made a mistake already. By asking me. By asking anyone. Never ask people. Not about your work. Don't you know what you want? How can you stand it, not to know?"
  • Александра Земцоваhas quoted2 years ago
    Men hate passion, any great passion. Henry Cameron made a mistake: he loved his work. That was why he fought. That was why he lost.
  • Александра Земцоваhas quoted2 years ago
    One reaches an age when one can't be burdened with business any longer.
  • Александра Земцоваhas quoted2 years ago
    Think of yourself for an hour, but give one minute to the thought of others.
  • Александра Земцоваhas quoted2 years ago
    You're a self-centered monster, Howard. The more monstrous because you're utterly innocent about it.
  • Julia Zaitceva-Malishevahas quoted2 years ago
    happiness is not the means to any end. It is the end. It is its own goal. It is its own purpose.
  • Ульяна Ханбековаhas quoted2 years ago
    It is forbidden, not to be happy. For, as it has been explained to us, men are free and the earth belongs to them; and all things on earth belong to all men; and the will of all men together is good for all; and so all men must be happy.
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