A Quote by John Fowles on love, memory, mind, quiet, universe, and war
Night fell again. There was war to the south, but our sector was quiet. The battle was over. Our casualties were some thirteen thousand killed - thirteen thousand minds, memories, loves, sensations, worlds, universes - because the human mind is more a universe than the universe itself - and all for a few hundred yards of useless mud.
Source: The Magus,1965
Contributed by: Zaady