Atlas Shrugged Quotes are known for their power, Objectivism and post WW2 capitalistic approach, as we are about to publish the spun version of Atlas Shrugged - Atlas Gesture by Shirley Stubbs, we’ll like to use this opportunity to take a closer look at some of out favorite Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged quotes in relation to their spun version. → Read more…
I should feel the air move against me, and feel the things I touched, instead of having only to look at them. I'm sure life is all wrong because it has become much too visual - we can neither hear nor feel nor understand, we can only see. I'm sure that is entirely wrong.
And she knew that if she turned, she would die. A strange rage filled her, a rage to tear things asunder. Her hands felt destructive, like metal blades of destruction.
I suppose everybody must be always just a little homesick.
Don't you know what the police are for, Stevie? They are there so that them as have nothing shouldn't take anything away from them who have.
You're not a moron. You're only a case of arrested development.
Ernest Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises Read More
I wanted to change the world. But I have found that the only thing one can be sure of changing is oneself.
His mastery of the hard-luck story was of a kind never achieved by persons not wholly concentrated on themselves.
I had the feeling that if it were perfectly quiet, if I could hear nothing, I would never wake up. Something in the world had to pull me back, for every night I went down deep, and if I had any sensation during sleep, it was of going deeper and deeper, trying to reach a point, a line or border.
We've got to have rules and obey them. After all, we're not savages. We're English, and the English are best at everything.
Of two hearts one is always warm and one is always cold: the cold heart is more precious than diamonds: the warm heart has no value and is thrown away.
It was he who had told her to weep, when she wept, alone; never to let the world see, never to ask for mercy; if one had to die, to go ahead and die, but never to let oneself be beaten.