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|Everything depends on the color / Ofthe crystal through which one sees it.— |
Pedro Calderon de la Barca The more I see, the less I know for sure—John
Lennon As intimated in the course of this study, the collusion of synesthesia and
the arts ...
|I look at that beautiful little girl, and I can clearly see the beauty of acceptance, |
tolerance and love. It truly is a beautiful sight. I can only ... All I know for sure is for
me, the less I judge the more free I feel. The more free I feel, the happier I am.
|As I mentioned earlier, to become Americano I had to become less of myself. It |
was easy to see the difference between being taught and being changed
forcefully. ... My mother instilled a strong capacity to reason and I felt that I was
losing this sense the more I envied the images of Americanos. ... What I know for
sure is that the shame I developed stemmed from bullies that targeted our
weaknesses and ...
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|My son said that he was sure the Lord had given me that so I wouldn't die of a |
broken heart. He was right. Since then ... The more I see, the less I know what is
there – like the longer you stare at something the blurrier it gets. I just know that
|I think him an me's about to have further words, probly on the subject of my |
character flaws. ... It's the briefest of touches an the light ain't good, but I know I
didn't imagine it. An she ... The longer I live, the more that I see, the less I know fer
|was trying to hurt me I was glad there was no God because it meant that, instead, |
I had taken the job to pay that man back for the evil things he had done. “Over the
years I ... The more I see the less I really know of the limits to what is out there.
|for the sin of it - like a lesson to ya y'ull never 'fergit - and y'know y'truly d'serve |
ever'bit of. ... Didn't want war no more than me. ... I 'spose even HE got t'blievin' in
his own immortality, 'cause we sure did. ... The longer it goes on, the more a
mystery God becomes, 'cause the more I see, the less I understand Him until I
|But I'm sure you must agree with me that we can't be too civil to Hugh's right-hand |
man. I won't call him Hugh's head, although ... he has much the best of the
argument. The more I see of him the less I seem to know him, and the less I trust
|As a member of the most publified Beatles my (P, G, and R's) records might seem funnier to some of you than this book, but as far as I'm conceived this correction of short writty is the most wonderfoul larf I've every ready.God help and ...|