moats, and boats, and waterfalls. alley ways and pay phone calls.
shekinah glory come down.
Let's hear it for the shy, introverted leaders... →
Keeping up the appearance of having all your marbles is hard work but important....– Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen
Love is love. Maybe I feel that so strongly because I grew up on classic fairy...– Sophia Bush
For Rand, appropriate compassion emerges between hero-protagonists because they embrace a common morality/ideology. She stages compassion for the reader by reminding the reader of its terms. When Cherryl Taggart says to Dagny, “That I happen to suffer doesn’t give me a claim on you,” Dagny responds predictably: “No, it doesn’t. But that you value all the things I value, does.”