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Quote of the Day

This is what I think now: that the natural state of the sentient adult is a qualified unhappiness. I think also that in an adult the desire to be finer in grain than you are, “a constant striving” (as those people say who gain their bread by saying it) only adds to this unhappiness in the end—that end that comes to our youth and hope.

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Quote Of The Day

F. Scott Fitzgerald says:

“The test of a first-rate
intelligence
is the ability
to hold two
opposed ideas
in the mind 
at the same time,
and 
still retain the ability
to function.”