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Amazing what engineers can do. Where

Amazing what engineers can do. Where would we be without them? They're the real magicians.

- from All The Devils Are Here book by Louise Penny

That's the key to marriage. You

That's the key to marriage. You have to keep falling in love with every new version of each other, and it's the best feeling in the whole world.

- from Beach Read book by Emily Henry

When we're in scientist mode, we

When we're in scientist mode, we refuse to let our ideas become ideologies. We don't start with answers or solutions; we lead with questions and puzzles. We don't preach from intuition; we teach from evidence.

- from Think Again book by Adam Grant

What really separates me from the

What really separates me from the pack is that I'm willing to hustle harder and make more sacrifices than 99 percent of the population.

- from Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter book by Curtis Jackson

Meditation is simply exercise for your

Meditation is simply exercise for your brain. It's a proven technique for preventing the voice in your head from leading you around by the nose.

- from 10% Happier book by Dan Harris

While there are moments in politics

While there are moments in politics, as in life, when avoidance, if not retreat, is the better part of valor, there are other times when the only option is to steel yourself and go for broke.

- from A Promised Land book by Barack Obama

There are times when my work

There are times when my work is hard on my love life. But one thing I'm not is a boring date.

- from Fool Moon book by Jim Butcher

Everything is going to be all

Everything is going to be all right. Or, if not, everything is going to be, so let's not worry.

- from How to Stop Time book by Matt Haig

We gallop through our lives like

We gallop through our lives like circus performers balancing on two speeding side-by-side horses - one foot is on the horse called "fate," the other on the horse called "free will." And the question you have to ask every day is - which horse is which? Which horse do I need to stop worrying about because it's not under my control, and which do I need to steer with concentrated effort?

- from Eat, Pray, Love book by Elizabeth Gilbert

Debasing the currency to pay for

Debasing the currency to pay for public works, social programs, and war is a pattern that repeats throughout history. It is a pattern that always ends badly.

- from Guide to Investing in Gold & Silver book by Michael Maloney