About this book
– Medicine can taste more like cherries than cherries.
– Accidents of time create meaning.
– This number sequence describes the form of many things.
– A truly magic number would have magic.
Life and death
– We can’t make life from scratch.
Measuring a quality
– You can say how it feels.
– I had a dream last night.
– I wasn’t waiting for a sign.
– I never tell you everything I think.
– Art relies on magic.
– The moon seemed closer than the mountains.
– My friend died unexpectedly.
– How do people choose their partners?
– We name things by association.
– Gender and appearance don’t correlate well.
– It’s a role, not a gift.
– A robot imitates a singer.
– People could tell they were married.
– Does believing protect one from lying?
– Crimes can’t easily be concealed.
– Mother shared her criticisms.
– Nobody needs to know whatever we toss out.
Identity in action
– Being good isn’t a quality.
– I don’t envy my cats.
– One, yet two.
– We can’t tell whether its behavior is instinctual.
– Time is locked away.
– He praises her only because he loves her.
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