"Who would remember them once they'd gone?"
“Living your life according to what everyone else might think of you is to cede control of who you are. It is to outsource your identity to a bunch of strangers who do not know you.”
“The avalanche of prefabbed, precooked, often portable food into every corner of American society represents the most dramatic nutritional shift in human history.”
“I believe almost dogmatically in difference, in the idea that every single person is unique, with their own innate sense of self, and that it is this difference which brings all of us together as one.”
“What casual monsters we are. What calamities we are capable of.”
“There is no sunrise so beautiful that it is worth waking me up to see it.”
"Love will grow."
“The tricky thing about mazes is that you don't know if you've chosen the right path until the very end."
The 45 books I read in 2020. Do we overlap?
The crime happens at an anti-natal BBQ - the kind of place you wouldn’t expect conflict, right?