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Dean Koontz Quote: “Like children, dogs want discipline and are most secure when they have rules to live by. The happiest dogs are those with gentle masters who quietly but firmly demand respect.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Out of sight above the house, the mirror moon reflected the sun of a day not yet dawned, shining the pale light of tomorrow on the yard and on the paper birches.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Even in chaos, there is order, purpose, and strange meaning that invites – but often thwarts – our investigation and our understanding.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Fear is a poison produced by the mind, and courage is the antidote stored always ready in the soul.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Life’s mysterious, strange, and full of wonders – and only a fool withdraws from it willingly and lets it pass him by.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Those who wish to punish the current and future generations for the inequities of a generation long gone, and who equate justice with revenge, are the most dangerous people in the world.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “You can con God and get away with it, Granny said, if you do so with charm and wit. If you live your life with imagination and verve, God will play along just to see what outrageously entertaining thing you’ll do next.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “A long walk and grooming with a well-mannered dog is a Zen experience that leaves you refreshed and in a creative frame of mind.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Ambition and stupidity are a dangerous combination.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “The destruction that barbarians leave behind has a grim fascination, doesn’t it? We’re reminded how thin is the veneer of civilization.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Books had shown me, however, that all people everywhere wanted their lives to have purpose and meaning. This longing was universal.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “He said, if you allow yourself to be enchanted by the beauty to be seen in even ordinary things, then all things proved to be extraordinary.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “You reap what you sow, and if you reap kindness it is because of the seeds of greater kindness you’ve sown so broadly.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I’m small, I’m young – and I’m so different. You’ve always respected that difference, and you’ve always trusted it. Trust me now. There’s a reason I am the way I am, and there’s a reason I was born to you. There’s always a reason. We belong together.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “The mockery of friends is affectionate, and inoculates against foolishness.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Sometimes it seemed that the human heart, this side of Eden, feared life more than death, light more than darkness, freedom more than surrender.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “But the more people we love and the more deeply we love them, the more vulnerable we are to loss and grief and loneliness.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Home is the first refuge from – and last defense against – the disappointments and the terrors of life.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “A plot without action is like pasta without garlic, like Dolly Parton without cleavage, and like a writer without his similes.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “In our age, self-indulgence and self-destruction, rather than self-sacrifice, are the foundations for new heroic myths.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Reality isn’t what it used to be.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “You have to stop worrying about looking foolish, ’cause fear of being humiliated really limits you.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “We live in God’s amusement park.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I don’t mean to imply that I’m afraid of Death. I’m just not ready to go out on a date with him.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Without faith to act as a governor, the human mind is a runaway worry generator, a dynamo of negative expectations.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “The biggest advice is being true to what you want to do. Don’t worry if other people understand it or don’t understand it. If what you’re doing has merit, it will find its way.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “The sane understand that human beings are incapable of sustaining conspiracies on a grand scale, because some of our most defining qualities as a species are inattention to detail, a tendency to panic, and an inability to keep our mouths shut.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “All human lives are so profoundly and intricately entwined-those dead, those living, those generations yet to come-that the fate of all is the fate of each, and the hope of humanity rests in every heart and in every pair of hands.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I’ve not seen in my lifetime any politician who is a heroic figure. The manipulation that all politicians use on one level or another is so transparent.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Inaction counted as a choice.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Despair is good. Despair can be the nadir of one life and the starting point of an ascent into another, better one.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “The world needed a little Evil, so Good had something to compare itself to, but you couldn’t let it think it had the right-of-way on the road and an invitation to dinner.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “The hard rain nailed the night to the city.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “When life hands us a beutiful bouquet of flowers we stare at it in cautious expectation of a bee.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I think dogs were put in this world to remind humanity that love, loyalty, devotion, courage, patience, and good humor are the qualities that, with honesty, are the essence of admirable character and the very definition of a life well lived.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Every human being has appetites difficult to control but far fewer have humility, gentleness, and an awareness of their weaknesses.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Fate cannot be sidestepped or outrun.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “We may lack riches, but the greatest fortune is what lies in our hearts.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Every talent is unearned, however, and with it comes a solemn obligation to use it as fully and as wisely as possible.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “What most people find important, you do not. This is Wisdom. To what you believe is important, you are ready to give your mind, heart, and soul. This is Grace.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “In a world that daily disconnects further from truth, more and more people accept the virtual in place of the real, and all things virtual are also malleable.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Each reader needs to bring his or her own mind and heart to the text.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “That’s all that matters, really: that we can make each other feel better.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “We are not, however, a species that can choose the baggage with which we must travel. In spite of our best intentions, we always find that we have brought along a suitcase or two of darkness and despair.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “People who go to work every day, make sacrifices to raise families, and get through life without hurting other people if they can help it-those are the real heros.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Loss is the hardest thing, I said. But it’s also the teacher that’s the most difficult to ignore.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “The broom wasn’t as comforting as a flamethrower would have been, but it was better than a mop and certainly more threatening than a feather duster.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Thanks to the circus between my ears, I can seize upon the smallest disquieting observation and from it extrapolate a terror of cataclysmic proportions.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I’ve always operated with a great deal of self-doubt. Every time I start a new book it’s like, well, this one will destroy the career and I have to overcome that feeling especially in the first hundred pages of the book.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Sometimes waiting is the hardest thing.”
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