Where the Blue Begins

By Christopher Morley

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October 17th 2006 by Kessinger Publishing

(first published 1922)

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Quotes From "Where the Blue Begins"

"There is only one success — to be able to spend your life in your own way."
"It is so easy to let life go by us in its swift amusing course, that sometimes it hardly seems worthwhile to attempt any bold strokes for truth. Truth, of course, does not need assistance; it can afford to ignore our errors. But in this quiet place, among the whisper of the trees, I seem to have heard a disconcerning sound. I have heard laughter, and I think it is the laughter of God."

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