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"... childhood is over all of a sudden and you're into novels, into the anguish of the senseless divine trajectory, into the speculation about another Heaven that you have to learn to reach too. And since you have come out of childhood ... you forget that in order to get to Heaven you have to have a pebble and a toe."
Book 1, From the Other Side: Chapter 36, p. 214

"I believe in the principle that thought must precede action, silly"
"You believe in the principle," said La Maga. "How complicated. You're like a witness. You're the one who goes to a museum and looks at the paintings. I mean the paintings are there and you're in the museum too, near and far away at the same time. I'm a painting. Rocamadour is a painting. Etienne is a painting, this room is a painting. you think you're in this room, but you're...

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