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"Faith in SOMETHING—if only in the proposition that life is better than death—is what makes our journeys through time bearable." II: Once Upon a Time, Section 2, p. 58

"I found that . . . love is . . . a grave, fierce yearning and reaching out for Paradise itself, a losing and finding of the self in the Paradise of another." II: Once Upon a Time, Section 2, p. 54

"But even if it were possible to return to those days, I would never choose to." Introduction, p. 6

"My assumption is that the story of any one of us is in some measure the story of us all." Introduction, p. 6

"From that moment to this I have ridden on time's back as a man rides a horse, knowing fully that the day will come when my ride will end and my time will end and all that I am and all that I have...

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