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The question is not, he said, were you loved. Or did you love. Or did you love yourself. Or did you allow love to move you, though that’s a big one. Move you. The question, Rockwell, is did you get to be who you are And if not, then why. That, my friend, is the big why.

Michael Winter, The Big Why.

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A man retains the structure of integrity, even after he has sold off the shelves of goods that integrity insisted should never be sold.
Michael Winter, The Big Why.
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I heard my self using a snotty tone to Judge Prowse. I was put off by it. But then wondered where snottiness comes from. It comes from an attempt to be funny and companionable. And this striving stems from a sense that one is not secure of confident—it’s a lack of confidence. That one feels smaller than the world one is trying to keep up with. So a snotty tone is saying, I don’t feel I’m good enough.

Michael Winter, The Big Why.

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I like the crust, as long as there’s something still stuck to the bread. I like the remnants of things.
Michael Winter, The Big Why.
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