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There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.

There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.

For no man can write anything who does not think that what he writes is, for the time, the history of the world.

For no man can write anything who does not think that what he writes is, for the time, the history of the world.

There are scores of thousands of sects who are ready at a moment's notice to reveal the will of God on every possible subject.

There are scores of thousands of sects who are ready at a moment's notice to reveal the will of God on every possible subject.

There is nothing in the world that I loathe more than group activity, that communal bath where the hairy and slippery mix in a multiplication of mediocrity.

There is nothing in the world that I loathe more than group activity, that communal bath where the hairy and slippery mix in a multiplication of mediocrity.

Everything you see or hear or experience in any way at all is specific to you. You create a universe by perceiving it, so everything in the universe you perceive is specific to you.

Everything you see or hear or experience in any way at all is specific to you. You create a universe by perceiving it, so everything in the universe you perceive is specific to you.

All very successful commanders are prima donnas and must be so treated.

All very successful commanders are prima donnas and must be so treated.

But Satan now is wiser than of yore, And tempts by making rich, not making poor.

But Satan now is wiser than of yore, And tempts by making rich, not making poor.

[The Negro past] of rope, fire, torture, castration, infanticide, rape; death and humiliation; fear by day and night, fear as deep as the marrow of the bone; doubt that he was worthy of life, since everyone around him denied it; sorrow for his women, for his kinfolk, for his children, who needed his protection, and whom he could not protect; rage, hatred and murder, hatred for white men so deep that it often turned against him and his own, and made all love, all trust, all joy impossible.

[The Negro past] of rope, fire, torture, castration, infanticide, rape; death and humiliation; fear by day and night, fear as deep as the marrow of the bone; doubt that he was worthy of life, since everyone around him denied it; sorrow for his women, for his kinfolk, for his children, who needed his protection, and whom he could not protect; rage, hatred and murder, hatred for white men so deep that it often turned against him and his own, and made all love, all trust, all joy impossible.

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