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"'No, it is not. That is your foot. There is your shoe.'" "'Ah! I thought that was my foot.'" Chapter 1, p. 10.

"'You don't enjoy life,' I repeated, hesitating somewhat. 'How then do you feel about life?'" "'I can't say that I feel anything at all.'" "'You feel alive though?'" "'Feel alive? Not really. I haven't felt alive for a very long time.'" Chapter 2, p. 36.

"Clearly Jimmie found himself, found continuity and reality, in the absoluteness of spiritual attention and act. The Sisters were right—he did find his soul here." Chapter 2, p. 38.

"'Suppose you could take away the tics,' he said. 'What would be left? I consist of tics—there is nothing else.' He said he could not imagine life without Tourette's, nor was sure he would care for it." Chapter 10, p. 98.

"We are in strange waters here...

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