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- Christopher Pike "There is a difference between a question and a wonder. I would prefer to answer only questions that will be useful to you. A child looks up at the starry sky at night and wonders. He is filled with the joy of the mystery of creation. Why should I explain everything to you and take away that joy? I will not. The purpose of my…
- have-not Definition: (noun) A person with few or no possessions. Synonyms: poor person. Usage: The have-nots of the world often do not have access to the technology that many others take for granted. Discuss
- wrangler noun: 1. A cowboy who takes care of horses. 2. A person who engages in debates, quarrels, or disputes. 3. A person who handles animals, puppets, babies, unruly humans, etc., especially on a film set.
- Estelle Cortes – People "People who are not afraid to love openly, deeply, passionately are the bravest kind of people in my book. People like that are often equally passionate with their ideals as they are with their love." ~Estelle Cortes