Quote of the Day

“I could be blindfolded and dropped into the deepest ocean and I would know where to find you. I could be buried a hundred miles underground and I would know where you are.”

– Neil Gaiman, American Gods

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Quote of the Day

“Have you thought about what it means to be a god? … It means you give up your mortal existence to become a meme: something that lives forever in people’s minds, like the tune of a nursery rhyme. It means that everyone gets to recreate you in their own minds. You barely have your own identity anymore. Instead, you’re a thousand aspects of what people need you to be. And everything wants something different from you. Nothing is fixed, nothing is stable.”

– Neil Gaiman, American Gods

Quote of the Day

“‘I’ll tell you something,’ he said, as if he had said nothing that day. ‘You’re walking on gallows ground, and there’s a rope around your neck and a raven-bird on each shoulder waiting for your eyes, and the gallows tree has deep roots, for it stretches from heaven to hell, and our world is only the branch from which the rope is swinging.”

– Neil Gaiman, American Gods