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  • user shared from Murder on The Mind (A Jeff Resnick Mystery) by L.L. Bartlett
    peripheral vision: Coming out of the mist. An animal. A deer. A buck. I blinked and was back in the bar, bending over the felt-lined table. “You gonna shoot or not?” Marty growled. My fingers tightened around the cue, which stopped their sudden trembling. I held my breath as I made the shot. The
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  • user shared from Murder on The Mind (A Jeff Resnick Mystery) by L.L. Bartlett
    walloped me in the gut. A hit without substance—without pain. It sucked me from the here and now to a vacant place where a hollow wind brushed my
  • user shared from The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
    powers of serving the truth and the cause they have set before them as their goal—such a sacrifice is utterly beyond the strength of many of them. The path Alyosha chose was a path going in
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  • user shared from The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
    darkness to light. Add to that that he was to some extent a youth of our last epoch—that is, honest in nature, desiring [pg 023] the truth, seeking for it and believing in it, and seeking to serve it at once with all the strength of his soul, seeking for immediate action, and ready to sacrifice everything, life itself, for it. Though these young
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    of serving the truth and the cause they have set before them as their goal—such a sacrifice is utterly beyond the strength of many of them. The
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    set before them as their goal—such a sacrifice is utterly beyond the strength of many of them. The path Alyosha chose was a path going in the
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  • user shared from The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
    Add to that that he was to some extent a youth of our last epoch—that is, honest in nature, desiring [pg 023] the truth, seeking for it and believing in it, and seeking to serve it at once with all the strength of his soul, seeking for immediate action, and ready to sacrifice
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  • user shared from The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
    to light. Add to that that he was to some extent a youth of our last epoch—that is, honest in nature, desiring [pg 023] the truth, seeking for it and believing in it, and seeking to serve it at once with all the strength of his soul, seeking for immediate action, and ready to sacrifice everything, life itself, for it. Though these young men
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  • user shared from My Heart Remembers by Kim Vogel Sawyer
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  • user shared from The Hour of the Time by Vincent Hobbes
    He hated being late. It was one of his biggest quirks. It was the highway again—the High 12. It was jammed tight like sheep, and his drive took longer than expected.
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