John Fowles

1926 -

A Quote by John Fowles

There is only one good definition of God; the freedom that allows other freedoms to exist.

John Fowles (1926 -)

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A Quote by John Fowles

We all write poems; it is simply poets are the ones who write in words.

John Fowles (1926 -)

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A Quote by John Fowles on hope and newspapers

The newspapers are full of what we would like to happen to us and what we hope will never happen to us.

John Fowles (1926 -)

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A Quote by John Fowles on evolution

Evolution did not intend trees to grow singly. Far more than ourselves they are social creatures, and no more natural as isolated specimens than man is as a marooned sailor or hermit.

John Fowles (1926 -)

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A Quote by John Fowles on attitude, change, knowledge, lies, nature, and science

But I think the most harmful change brought about by Victorian science in our attitude to nature lies in the demand that our relation with it must be purposive, industrious, always seeking greater knowledge.

John Fowles (1926 -)

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A Quote by John Fowles on attitude, life, and men

Only fools think our attitude to our fellow men is a thing distinct from our attitude to 'lesser' life on this planet.

John Fowles (1926 -)

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A Quote by John Fowles on poets and words

We all write poems; it is simply that the poets are the ones who write in words.

John Fowles (1926 -)

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A Quote by John Fowles on death and world

Because a star explodes and a thousand worlds like ours die, we know this world is. That is the smile: that what might not be, is.

John Fowles (1926 -)

Source: The Magus

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A Quote by John Fowles on life and questions

The most important questions in life can never be answered by anyone except oneself.

John Fowles (1926 -)

Source: The Magus

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A Quote by John Fowles on acceptance, life, and time

There comes a time in each life like a point of fulcrum. At that time you must accept yourself. It is not any more what you will become. It is what you are and always will be.

John Fowles (1926 -)

Source: The Magus

Contributed by: Zaady

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