Mariana Fulger

A Quote by Mariana Fulger

We are people – maybe the last meanings, maybe the beginning – the illusion of the only hope – life.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

I would say that only the lonely understands another lonely person's suffering, but I'd have to add the one that knew joy and the space he lived his life in next to and through others.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

I’m above me sometimes, but hardly above life.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

There’s a heaven for everybody. Only its location is different.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

Billions of children so lost in the world, searching a heart to love, a hand to protect them, a slice of bread to feed them, billions of souls in need to be seen by a world too hasty to see and understand the true meanings of life.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

The matter would remain forever a point if she knew how much mess would cause with her desire of freedom.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

Use the sword to crash the fly on your cap only if you’re at least a head higher than your cap.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

I would play dice with God, and maybe I would win sometimes, but I’m already involved with God in this very complicated game of life.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

In this game of Life, God has maybe the advantage that he might know me very well. Instead, I don’t know anyway anything about him.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

When a half goes, the other one must always remain a whole. This is one of the rules of the game.

Mariana Fulger

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