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Tad Williams Quote: “Never make your home in a place. Make a home for yourself inside your own head. You’ll find what you need to furnish it- memory, friends you can trust, love of learning, and other such things. That way it will go with you wherever you journey.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Confident. Cocky. Lazy. Dead.”
Tad Williams Quote: “The wisdom of our parents, grandparents, ancestors. In each individual life, it seems, we must first reject that wisdom, then later come to appreciate it.”
Tad Williams Quote: “He who is certain he knows the ending of things when he is only beginning them is either extremely wise or extremely foolish; no matter which is true, he is certainly an unhappy man, for he has put a knife in the heart of wonder.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Not everyone can stand up and be a hero, Princess. Some prefer to surrender to the inevitable and salve their consciences with the gift of survival.”
Tad Williams Quote: “A well-aimed spear is worth three.”
Tad Williams Quote: “He had once thought it was strange to have a friend you’d never met. Now it was even stranger, losing a friend you’d never really had.”
Tad Williams Quote: “People in science fiction flicks always seemed to know useful things about the places time travel took them. But what if the time traveler had been only an average history student? What then?”
Tad Williams Quote: “You are only a prisoner when you surrender.”
Tad Williams Quote: “We are none of us promised anything but the last breath we take.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Tangaloor, fire-bright Flame-foot, farthest walker Your hunter speaks In need he walks In need, but never in fear.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Weak dogs become bones for other, stronger dogs.”
Tad Williams Quote: “The world was all mud and wire. The war in the heavens was only a faint imitation of the horror men had learned to make.”
Tad Williams Quote: “You have to go down before you can come out – that’s how these things always work.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Every man is the hero of his own song.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Dying men think of funny things-and that’s what we all are here, aren’t we? Dying men.”
Tad Williams Quote: “The man who lives beside the water hole does not dream of thirst.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Never trust people that like to call things by initials, that’s my philosophy.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Every time we tell a lie, the thing we fear grows stronger.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Honor is the only really good disguise for an occasional act of dishonor.”
Tad Williams Quote: “When you were old, did your memories crowd out your other thoughts? Or did you lose them – your childhood, your hated enemies, your friends?”
Tad Williams Quote: “I must make a choice every time I speak a sentence in English. I try to choose the happier way of saying things, so that my own words will not weigh me down like stones.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Humans turn the places they live into great crowded piles of mud and stone, like the nests termites build – but what happens when in all the world there are termite hills left but no bush?”
Tad Williams Quote: “Remember that each light between sunrise and sunset is worth dying for at least once.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Whatever my ancestors did to you, none of them consulted me.”
Tad Williams Quote: “COME AWAY, dreamer, come away. Soon you will witness things that only sleepers and sorcerers can see. Climb onto the wind and let it bear you – yes, it is a swift and frightening steed, but there are leagues and leagues to journey and the night is short.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Sleep. To lie down and shut out the noise, the fear, the unceasing misery.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Wicked Tribe, Rooling Tribe! is the mejor hacker tribe. Too small, too fast, too scientific!”
Tad Williams Quote: “It’s amazing the stupid things I say sometimes. I mean, you could start an entire branch of scientific research about the stuff I say that gets proved wrong while I’m still busy saying it.”
Tad Williams Quote: “I’m tired of being lost and I’m tired of dying, so I’m going to try something different this time.”
Tad Williams Quote: “I’m pretty much a cat that way. Scratch my stomach, and I’ll purr at you, but I’ll want to gut you with my claws even more than if you’d ignored me.”
Tad Williams Quote: “As for monkeys, I would have five, and they would be named: See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, Do Pretty Much Whatever The Hell You Want, and Expensive Attorney.”
Tad Williams Quote: “She had to find her own story, and she could make it whatever shape she thought best.”
Tad Williams Quote: “A man whose wisdom is true does not sit in waiting for the world to come at him piece by piece for proving its existence!”
Tad Williams Quote: “As he slipped away he heard his own cradled heartbeat, muffled though it was in the tickling wool of exhaustion.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Were all these castle folk in their ornate finery no more than confused souls hiding inside costumes, as the hard shells of snails protected the helpless, naked things that lived within them?”
Tad Williams Quote: “We call darkness our friend, but when the elders tell us stories of the Garden, they talk of the holy, unending light that was there. How did shadows become our only dwelling?”
Tad Williams Quote: “Though talent is wonderful, dance is 80% work and 20% talent.”
Tad Williams Quote: “A wolf is clever-clever-clever, and they are as faithful as a debt unpaid.”
Tad Williams Quote: “We survive. But when survival is the only goal, what do the survivors become? This.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Love. Tired old jokes aside, a real, powerful love does have one thing in common with Hell itself: it burns everything else out of you.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Do you listen to the wolves, Seoman?” Jiriki asked. “It’s hard n-not to.” “They sing such fierce songs.” The Sitha shook his head. “They are like your mortal kind. They sing of where they have been, and what they have seen and scented. They tell each other where the elk are running, and who has taken whom to mate, but mostly they are merely crying ‘I am! Here I am!’”
Tad Williams Quote: “Perhaps a heart was indeed like a piece of dry birchwood, and could only take fire and burn brightly once – that any fire that came after would be only an ember, smaller and cooler.”
Tad Williams Quote: “What, you don’t have a sofa gun? I thought everyone did.”
Tad Williams Quote: “But remember this lesson, Simon, one fit for kings... or the sons of kings. Nothing is without cost. There is a price to all power, and it is not always obvious.”
Tad Williams Quote: “You dog!” she said, so loud that half the crowded tavern turned to watch. “A few days past the walls of the inner keep and you think your pizzle has turned to solid silver? At least when Nevin Hewney falls asleep on top of a girl, drooling and farting and limp as custard, he doesn’t pretend he’s done her a favor.”
Tad Williams Quote: “You see, that is the secret of history, little Briony – who tells the last story.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Briony’s ladies-in-waiting kept their distance, as though their mistress had some illness which might spread – and indeed she did, Briony thought, because unhappiness was ambitious.”
Tad Williams Quote: “Sometimes people need reasons for things, even when there are no reasons. That’s what makes people believe in conspiracies or religions – if there is any difference. The world is just too complicated, so they need simple explanations.”
Tad Williams Quote: “I try to choose the happier way of saying things, so that my own words will not weigh me down like stones.”
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