Friday, April 1, 2011

Dispatches from the Edge: A memoir of war, disasters, and survival by Anderson Cooper

" Freedom's great, but so is security, and right now most Iraqis would trade a lot of the first for even some of the second."(p.g. 52)

"Fear alters eveything."(p.g. 56)

"We like to think we can predict the furute. We like to think we understand the present. I'm not sure we ever do."(p.g. 81)

"The world has many edges, and all of us dangle from them by a very delicate thread. The key is to not let go." (p.g. 207)

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