October 14, 2015

Soren Narnia - Losing Meant Quiet

Thought of the Day:

“I did not believe in stalemates. I believed in resolutions, one way or another, and if I found myself on the losing end, so be it. Losing meant quiet, and forgetting quickly, and giving up nothing of any real worth to me. I did not debate restaurant bills, politics, wrongly delivered mail, divorces. These things were officiously loud, and silence was always best.”

— Soren Narnia, A Listing of the Holdings of the National Museum of Romance

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