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"Don't work for recognition, but do work worthy of recognition." - H Jackson Brown Jr

"...in recognition of his work on vascular suture and the transplantation of blood-vessels and organs." - Alexis Carrel

"... men want recognition of their work, to help them believe in themselves." - Dorothy Richardson

"In terms of finding that first international recognition of my work, coming back to Cannes is such a milestone in my life because it began actually with 'Devdas'." - Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

"I've tried to use the recognition as validation that I'm doing the kind of work that people are interested in and to feel that my work is a contribution." - Jerry Pinkney

"No matter who you are, you always want more recognition, but I'm grateful for what I do have, and I feel like I've earned it... So I'm going to continue to put in that hard work, and build relationships with people, and continue to grow as an artist... So hopefully from that, I'll be able to get more recognition..." - Paul Wall

"In the recognition of loving lies the answer to despair." - Audre Lorde

"Television is the quickest form of recognition in the world." - Lucille Ball

"Man shall find his anchorage in self-recognition." - Louis Sullivan

"Research indicates that workers have three prime needs: Interesting work, recognition for doing a good job, and being let in on things that are going on in the company." - Zig Ziglar

"Research indicates that employees have three prime needs: Interesting work, recognition for doing a good job, and being let in on things that are going on in the company." - Zig Ziglar

"I am a believer in the adage - performance leads to recognition, recognition leads to respect and respect leads to power." - N. R. Narayana Murthy

"Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion. General recognition of this fact is shown in the proverbial phrase "It is the busiest man who has time to spare."" - C Northcote Parkinson

"Paris with its multitude of art directions calls continuously to the deepest penetration and recognition of your inner essence. Only in this way it is possible to create work that refers the time span." - Bram van Velde

"If you look at the careers of Philip Seymour Hoffmann, Paul Giamatti, Meryl Streep, none of them shot up in terms of fame or fortune or recognition, they laid a platform of good, solid work and became better and better." - Max Irons

"I do not think Syria can achieve international recognition in the future - even if they work through a successful political process, you know, the international community simply is not going to accept a Syria led by the Assad regime." - Rex W. Tillerson

"Artists have to believe in the merit of their own work and persevere whether they receive public recognition or not, but it's ever so nice when someone says, "Job well done"!" - Mary Pope Osborne

"Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion. General recognition of this fact is shown in the proverbial phrase, It is the busiest man who has time to spare." - C Northcote Parkinson

"Work is about a search for daily meaning as well as daily bread, for recognition as well as cash, for astonishment rather than torpor; in short, for a sort of life rather than a Monday through Friday sort of dying." - Studs Terkel

"The most important step in getting a job done is the recognition of the problem. Once I recognize a problem I usually can think of someone who can work it out better than I could." - Leo Szilard

"I've never been in this business for the recognition or the awards. I just want to do good work, grab a decent paycheck, and move onto the next job." - William Petersen

"I believe that if you work hard enough and do things the right way recognition will come." - Fred Foster

"Even after I got some recognition and success, I still had to work hard and prove myself." - Shakira

"In the perception of the incongruous stimuli, the recognition process is temporarily thwarted and exhibits characteristics which are generally not observable in the recognition of more conventional stimuli." - Jerome Bruner

"I don't have a problem with recognition ... It's very, very rarely about who I am, it's always, 'I love your work.' ... It's always in relation to my work, which I think is a really lucky thing to have happen as opposed to, 'Oh, you're a famous personality,'" - C C H Pounder

"Most fast-food workers can't easily join a union, because they don't work directly for their parent company, such as McDonald's or Subway. Instead, they work for individual franchise owners, ensuring that each individual fast-food outlet would have to organize and win union recognition separately. So there's not one central employer to bargain with, as in a traditional union campaign." - David Rolf

"I count myself fortunate to be able to contribute to this work; and the great interest which the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has shown in my work and the recognition that it has paid to my past successes, convince me that I am not on the wrong track." - Pieter Zeeman

"I don't have a problem with recognition... It's very, very rarely about who I am, it's always, 'I love your work.'... It's always in relation to my work, which I think is a really lucky thing to have happen as opposed to, 'Oh, you're a famous personality.'" - C C H Pounder

"Performance leads to recognition. Recognition brings respect. Respect enhances power. Humility and grace in one's moments of power enhances dignity of an organisation," - N. R. Narayana Murthy

"In the recognition of beauty, the eye takes the most delight in color." - Joseph Addison

"Love is but the discovery of ourselves in others, and the delight in the recognition." - Alexander Smith

"I've always sought to express a tension in form and meaning in order to achieve a veracity. I have come to the conclusion that the art world has to join us, women artists, not we join it. When women are in leadership roles and gain rewards and recognition, then perhaps 'we' (women and men) can all work together in art world actions." - Nancy Spero

"I love Chicago, but in a lot of ways it's a disappointment. You can work there for years and years, and because you're in Chicago, you don't get the recognition. It has some of the best theater in the country, but when they shoot a movie there, they bring in all their actors." - John Malkovich

"Growing up in Vermont, no matter what I did, I didnt get much recognition." - Keegan Bradley

"I think the men and women serving in Iraq today deserve special recognition for that." - Jeff Bingaman

"Clem (Clementa Pinckney) understood that justice grows out of recognition of ourselves, in each other." - Barack Obama

"I am a lesbian, and it was a later in life recognition of that fact." - Meredith Baxter

"The greatest reward lies in making the discovery; recognition can add little or nothing to that." - Franz Ernst Neumann

"True love is your souls recognition of its counterpoint in another." - Owen Wilson

"I have many unrecognized talents, but my faults have somehow succeeded in securing wide recognition." - Ashleigh Brilliant

"In the progress of personality, first comes a declaration of independence, then a recognition of interdependence." - Henry Van Dyke

"I'm in a great position now where I've got recognition. I'm not recognized too much." - Kyle Chandler

"Growing up in Vermont, no matter what I did, I didn't get much recognition." - Keegan Bradley

"We are moving toward recognition of the first Australians in the Australian constitution." - Kevin Rudd

"Greatness, in order to gain recognition, must all too often consent to ape greatness." - Jean Rostand

"Love is the recognition of oneness in the world of duality." - Eckhart Tolle

"I have always maintained that if you work hard, it wont go waste, as recognition will come to you at some stage, whether in studies or sports. You need to have good intentions and intent to move ahead in life as well as in sports." - Suresh Raina

"Finally, I also come in recognition of the great work that has been undertaken by the NGOs and UN agencies that have been active for many years here, especially through the local staff and international staff here in Somaliland and in Somalia at large." - Jan Egeland

"I have always maintained that if you work hard, it won't go waste, as recognition will come to you at some stage, whether in studies or sports. You need to have good intentions and intent to move ahead in life as well as in sports." - Suresh Raina

"The translator ... Peculiar outcast, ghost in the world of literature, recreating in another form something already created, creating and not creating, writing words that are his own and not his own, writing a work not original to him, composing with utmost pains and without recognition of his pains or the fact that the composition really is his own." - Lydia Davis

"Only when he has published his ideas and findings has the scientist made his contribution, and only when he has thus made it part of the public domain of scholarship can he truly lay claim to it as his own. For his claim resides only in the recognition accorded by peers in the social system of science through reference to his work." - Robert K. Merton

"My problem is to bring together in a painting two seemingly conflicting, impossibly unmixable ideas. One is that the finished work shall evoke a sense of recognition, of the mysteriously familiar... the other is that in order to do the first I must deeply know my subject..." - Keith Crown

"Every reader, as he reads, is actually the reader of himself. The writer's work is only a kind of optical instrument he provides the reader so he can discern what he might never have seen in himself without this book. The reader's recognition in himself of what the book says is the proof of the book's truth." - Marcel Proust

"I've come to recognize what I call my 'inside interests.' Telling stories. And helping people tell their stories is a sort of interpersonal gardening. My work at NBC News was to report the news, but in hindsight, I often tried to look for some insight to share that might spark a moment of recognition in a viewer." - Jane Pauley

"Productiveness is your acceptance of morality, your recognition of the fact that you choose to live-that productive work is the process by which man's consciousness controls his existence, a constant process of acquiring knowledge and shaping matter to fit one's purpose, of translating an idea into physical form, of remaking the earth in the image of one's values-that all work is creative work if done by a thinking mind..." - Ayn Rand

"What we need to do is learn to work in the system, by which I mean that everybody, every team, every platform, every division, every component is there not for individual competitive profit or recognition, but for contribution to the system as a whole on a win-win basis." - W Edwards Deming

"I am so honoured to have been given this opportunity to become an Ambassador. It's a new and different venture for me and one that I know will widen my wider perspective on life. I'm in a position to use the recognition from my work to do something really positive for children" - Ewan Mcgregor

"The recognition of the truth that we get in the artist's work comes to us as a revelation of new truth. We did not know it before, but the moment it is shown to us, we know that, somehow or other, we had always known it." - Dorothy L Sayers

"My parents were my first bosses - they gave me my moral compass, goals, and first recognition. My dad worked 25 years for Rolls Royce in England. He taught me the value of working someplace where you can make a difference - not chasing money but doing work that you found purposeful." - Adrian Gostick

"Ivy [Wilkes] does exhibit a certain impatience at the beginning of the book [The Dissemblers]. She doesn't want to wait through years of hard work and insignificance to make her mark on the art world. Part of her growth is in realizing - even embracing - that the process of art is more important than the product or the recognition." - Liza Campbell

"Recognition, gratefulness exist.[ Speech for the Nobel Prize] is to show that this is what has come from what [Albert Camus] teacher did for him. And also throughout the world there are Monsieur Germains [his old schoolteacher] everywhere. That's why I published the letters, so that he could have a place in the work." - Catherine Camus

"Most of all, faith brings recognition that our quest never leads us to certainty. We are always uncertain, always in doubt that our way is God's way. That self-doubt makes it possible to be reconciled to one another. It is faith that makes the reconciling work of politics possible." - John Danforth

"I know that often times a lot of people who work in music, whether they be labels and so on or even artists, want personal recognition. We want to be recognized for something, for what we did. I'd rather my song be recognized for what it's doing and that's important. It's not so important how many people know me." - Knaan

"Neurologically, I'm a quadriplegic, so virtually everything about my work has been driven by my learning disabilities, which are quite severe, and my lack of facial recognition, which I'm sure is what drove me to paint portraits in the first place." - Chuck Close

"We have self-assessment tools, computer-based tools to see how we are performing mentally in outer space and there's some also very interesting technology and work that's being funded by NRSBI to look at facial recognition to look at your patterns to see if you're experiencing stress or fatigue. It's a kind of thing that I think will gain acceptance with gradually. But it probably has more to immediate application in things like homeland security, and looking at facial recognition of people going through airports and things like that to see who's under stress." - Leroy Chiao

"I took what worked for me and found I had a system that others were interested in and seemed to work for a wide number of people. It was recognised by other martial artists, grandmasters and such, and they gave me the recognition. I'm proud of my work in martial arts. I still teach but only once a week in a private class, and I train a couple more days a week." - Joe R. Lansdale

"PR is performance recognition" - Douglas Smith

"[The] complex pattern of the misallocation of credit for scientific work must quite evidently be described as 'the Matthew effect,' for... the Gospel According to St. Matthew puts it this way: For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath. Put in less stately language, the Matthew effect consists of the accruing of greater increments of recognition for particular scientific contributions to scientists of considerable repute and the withholding of such recognition from scientists who have not yet made their mark." - Robert K. Merton

"We must move from ... the primacy of technology toward considerations of social justice and equity, from the dictates of organizational convenience toward the aspirations ofself realization and learning, from authoritarianism and dogmatism toward more participation, from uniformity and centralization toward diversity and pluralism, from the concept of work as hard and unavoidable, from life as nasty, brutish, and short toward work as purpose and self~fulfillment, a recognition of leisure as a valid activity in itself." - Warren G. Bennis

"Enlightenment, the old teachers say, adds nothing, except maybe the recognition of a need for and a commitment to the work that still needs to be done." - Rafe Martin

"I try to pace myself and not work for the sake of working and stick to what inspired me prior to receiving recognition." - Adrien Brody

"You must find another reason to work, other than the desire for success or recognition. It must come from another place." - Elizabeth Gilbert

"Every writer aspires to recognition , and it comes entirely privately, without public fanfare, each time a piece of work is judged worthy of publication." - Cynthia Ozick

"Universities ought to be aware of the degree they would want to accept funding from governments like China to work on, say, face recognition technology." - Evgeny Morozov

"The greatest truth must be recognition that in every man, in every child is the potential for greatness." - Robert Kennedy

"There could be no extreme vanity in my recognition of myself, if in fact there could be any at all." - William Saroyan

"A leader is always first in line during times of criticism and last in line during times of recognition." - Orrin Woodward

"I'm very, very happy with my recognition/lack of recognition in England in terms of my life. In terms of household name-age. The public's memory is very short, luckily." - Rufus Sewell

"Faith and daily life, faith and work-these are not separate things. They are one and the same. To think of them as separate-that faith is faith, and work is work-is theoretical faith. Based on the recognition that work and faith are one and the same, we should put one hundred percent of our energy into our jobs and one hundred percent into our faith, too. When we resolve to do this, we enter the path of victory in life. Faith means to show irrefutable proof of victory amid the realities of society and in our own daily lives." - Daisaku Ikeda

"Booze, pot, too much sex, failure in one's private life, too much attrition, too much recognition, too little recognition. Nearly everything in the scheme of things works to dull a first-rate talent. But the worst probably is cowardice." - Norman Mailer

"In our opposed forms of loneliness and self-recognition and recognition of the other, we touched each other often as we spoke; and on shore in explorations of the past, we strolled with our arms linked..." - Harold Brodkey

"I've been very lucky. There are guys I know who are really terrific in this business of stand-up who have not gotten the recognition they deserve. And it's nice, if you've put in the time, to achieve that recognition." - Lewis Black

"Today, almost half a century after the publication of the Encyclical [of Pius IX], new knowledge has led to the recognition in the theory of evolution of more than a hypothesis. It is indeed remarkable that this theory has been progressively accepted by researchers, following a series of discoveries in various fields of knowledge. The convergence, neither sought nor fabricated, of the results of work that was conducted independently is in itself a significant argument in favor of this theory." - Pope John Paul Ii

"So much were employers of wage-labor unenthusiastic about proletarianization that, in addition to fostering the gender age division of labor, they also encouraged, in their employment patters and through their influence in the political arena, recognition of defined ethnic groups, seeking to link them to specific allocated roles in the labor-force, with different levels of real remuneration for their work. Ethnicity created a cultural crust which consolidated the patterns of semi-proletarian household structures." - Immanuel Wallerstein

"On every level, despite differences in personalities and jobs, every single human being needs recognition and support." - Adele Scheele

"The recognition, the diagnosis, and the preservation of psychopathic individuals account for the apparent increase of neurotics in civilized communities." - Boris Sidis

"Toleration ought in reality to be merely a transitory mood. It must lead to recognition. To tolerate is to affront." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"Genius, all over the world, stands hand in hand, and one shock of recognition runs the whole circle round." - Herman Melville

"Just a recognition of the reality of decision-making and the state of play in the government of Israel." - Richard Boucher

"I think once you have films in certain festivals you begin to have name recognition, and there are possibilities." - Haile Gerima

"All conversation, in addition to whatever else it does, displays, and asks for recognition of, our competence." - Deborah Tannen

"The fault finder will find faults even in paradise and thereby miss the joys that recognition of the positives bring." - Henry David Thoreau

"Gratitude is a feeling of fullness, a recognition of the heart of what we are receiving in this moment." - M. J. Ryan

"The sea is selective, slow at recognition of effort and aptitude but fast in the sinking of the unfit." - Felix Riesenberg

"The recognition of the coming and going of things is a first step in training and practice." - Dogen

"The foundation of our love for the Lord lies in the recognition of His holiness, our sinfulness, and His grace." - Sinclair B. Ferguson

"What every genuine philosopher (every genuine man, in fact) craves most is praise - although the philosophers generally call it recognition!" - Henry James

"Half the people who snuff people, that's what they want: recognition. Get their picture in the paper." - Truman Capote

"Massive potential you have and, in recognition of all this, would you mind having your salary halved." - Theodore Roosevelt

"Sometimes the laughter in mothering is the recognition of the ironies and absurdities. Sometime, though, it's just pure, unthinking delight." - Barbara Schapiro

"Art is the imposing of a pattern on experience, and our aesthetic enjoyment in recognition of the pattern." - Alfred North Whitehead

"The gardener cultivates wildness, but he does so carefully and respectfully, in full recognition of its mystery." - Michael Pollan

"At the end of my life, I have achieved belated fame and recognition in the city of my birth." - Leon Askin

"To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event." - Henri Cartierbresson

"Today everyone is a star - they're all billed as 'starring' or 'also starring'. In my day, we earned that recognition." - Bette Davis

"Treasure each other in the recognition that we do not know how long we shall have each other." - Joshua L Liebman

"To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event." - Henri Cartier-Bresson

"I don't know how you can do it, if you don't recognition the media as a power center in America." - Sydney Schanberg

"The Vatican's recognition of the State of Israel in 1997 could not have occurred without John Paul's leadership." - David Novak

"I certainly wanted my name in lights. I wanted my name on a marquee. I wanted recognition on Broadway." - Stephen Sondheim

"What every genuine philosopher (every genuine man, in fact) craves most is praise although the philosophers generally call it recognition!" - William James

"The human heart is not unchanging (nay, changes almost out of recognition in the twinkling of an eye)..." - C S Lewis

"Veganism is the application of the principle of abolition in your own life; it represents your recognition that animals are not things. Veganism is the recognition of the moral personhood of nonhuman animals." - Gary L Francione

"Women tend to have recognition and peer group support - recognition from friends and family that this has to be a big issue in their lives. They're more comfortable expressing the need for support and receiving it." - James Levine

"In order to settle down in the quiet of our own being we must learn to be detached from the results of our own activity. We must be content to live without watching ourselves live, to work with expecting immediate reward, to love without an instant satisfaction, and to exist without any special recognition. It is only when we are detached from ourselves that we can be at peace with ourselves." - Thomas Merton

"We need to build a relationship of trust not just within a firm but within a society. By trust, I mean the recognition of a mutual purpose for which we work together and in which we all benefit. It is a Stakeholder Economy in which opportunity is available to all, advancement is through merit, and from which no group or class is set apart or excluded." - Tony Blair

"I opened with Edward Kienholz's The Beanery, and that's such a controversial piece that I think that brought people right away. It was a room-size work that one walked into. It was a bar with Kienholz-type figures sitting and drinking and talking - all life-size characters in a life-size setting. The exhibition was covered in Time, Newsweek, and Life, so it had huge recognition right away." - Virginia Dwan

"Today it's not strange to see an artist 30 years old having her first retrospective! Different time, different speed. After having been the key point of recognition for an artist, the museum today is just another place to experiment and work, like we can do in any art fair. The king or queen of the moment is completely ignored and replaced by the new one a few years later. Contemporary novelty in art disappears faster than the seasonable changes of the fashion designs." - Daniel Buren

"My success was the shock of recognition, probably, rather than the quality of the work. I mean, the quality may have been fine, but there's a lot of fine work out there. It was the fact that I was doing something that at that time, nobody else was doing, except for say, Mort Saul out in San Francisco on The Hungry Eye, and "Second City" was emerging out in Chicago. Nothing in print. It was basically happening in cabaret and nothing in fiction. And certainly nothing in New York in cartoons." - Jules Feiffer

"As a writer, being produced and getting credits is essential: it's like being a horse running a race - and if the movie is a success, then your horse won and people were right to bet on it. From my experience, and a lot of others have done it, it's the best way to start out in the industry and get recognition, which will then get you more work, and later on will allow you to do your own movies." - Matthew Jacobs

"When the time for recognition of service to the nation in wartime comes to be considered, Bob Hope should be high on the list. This man drives himself and is driven. It is impossible to see how he can do so much, can cover so much ground, can work so hard, and can be so effective. He works month after month at a pace that would kill most people." - John Steinbeck

"There is a way of living that has a certain grace and beauty. It is not a constant race for what is next, rather, an appreciation of that which has come before. There is a depth and quality of experience that is lived and felt, a recognition of what is truly meaningful. These are the feelings I would like my work to inspire. This is the quality of life that I believe in." - Ralph Lauren

"When you look back on a lifetime and think of what has been given to the world by your presence, your fugitive presence, inevitably you think of your art, whatever it may be, as the gift you have made to the world in acknowledgment of the gift you have been given, which is the life itself... That work is not an expression of the desire for praise or recognition, or prizes, but the deepest manifestation of your gratitiude for the gift of life." - Stanley Kunitz

"The recognition of God is the recognition of yourself." - Helen Schucman

"Recognition of function always precedes recognition of being." - Rita Mae Brown

"Recognition has brought me more work, because your name suddenly comes to mind when some directors are trying to cast a character. And my stage work has specifically enabled people to have faith that I can handle a role, even when it's not specifically written for an African-American. So, I'd have to say that recognition brings work. A successful movie brings more work, and that been the biggest blessing." - Viola Davis

"Recognition is the greatest motivator." - Gerard C. Eakedale

"Don't work out, work in." - Billy Connolly

"As a writer, I'm too busy and worried to experience the delight while composing my own work, although, of course, I hope a reader will find something of it when the work is complete. But I do try to figure out where in their experiences certain characters of mine, who are not necessarily readers, and certainly not writers or artists, find an equivalent sensation: of delight, of astonishment, of whatever it is that briefly - and brevity seems essential - reassures us, connects us, sends a shiver of inarticulate recognition down our spines: Oh, yes: life." - Alice McDermott

"The recognition of pain and fear in others give rise in us to pity, and in our pity is our humanity, our redemption." - Dean Koontz

"To have your attention in the Now is not a denial of what is needed in your life. It is recognition of what is primary." - Eckhart Tolle

"By living up to their calling, women will succeed in guaranteeing a proper recognition of the unique value of femininity and its crucial mission in the world." - Alice von Hildebrand

"Sometimes when you meet someone, there's a click. I do' believe in love at first sight but I believe in that click. Recognition." - Ann Aguirre

"We live in a world in which celebrity recognition, media access, and power translate very quickly into political power and indeed economic power." - Alexander Stille

"True security lies in the unrestrained embrace of insecurity - in the recognition that we never really stand on solid ground, and never can." - Oliver Burkeman

"Sometimes when you meet someone, there's a click. I don't believe in love at first sight but I believe in that click. Recognition." - Ann Aguirre

"As the head of a religious party, I am not in favor of civil marriage or the full recognition of non-Orthodox converts in Israel." - Ayelet Shaked

"We can experience joy in adverse circumstances by holding God's benefits in such esteem that the recognition of them and meditation upon them shall overcome all sorrow." - John Calvin

"Writers want recognition, audience, some corroboration that all those hours at the desk and in daydreams add up to something in the esteem of others." - Alison Hawthorne Deming

"As a Christian, part of my obligation is to alleviate suffering. Explicit recognition of that in the Methodist tradition is one reason I'm comfortable in this church." - Hillary Clinton

"Maturity includes the recognition that no one is going to see anything in us that we don't see in ourselves. Stop waiting for a producer. Produce yourself." - Marianne Williamson

"Greater public recognition will also be critical in encouraging prevention and early intervention, and more generally in building public support to meet the challenges of dementia." - Julie Bishop

"I think there should be laughs in everything. Sometimes, it's a slammed door, a pie in the face or just a recognition of our frailties." - Alan Rickman

"The role of women has always been undervalued in the spy world, always undermined in terms of recognition. Unfairly so. It's a world that needs women." - Helen Mirren

"Virtual Piggy was created to provide a safe way for kids to shop online with parental approval, in recognition of growing digital world kids live in." - Jo Webber

"I was very fortunate in all of my career in television to have a lot of things that received a lot of awards recognition." - John Wells

"Sometimes, you're going to have to work hard, sometimes extra hard, and sometimes you still won't get that recognition. That's life. That's the way it is. But if you keep working, eventually you'll get the prize you're seeking." - Ryan Howard

"I'm pleased it turned out the way that it did, because I know lots of other people who did fantastic work and did not see this particular kind of recognition [like Emmy]." - Sterling K. Brown

"Much like the conservationists who previously have received the Audubon Medal, including Stewart Udall, Rachel Carson and Ted Turner, I realize that this recognition cannot be a cause to rest, but a spur to continue our work." - Louis Bacon

"Love & Marriage are about work & Compromise. They're about seeing someone for what he is, being disappointed and deciding to stick around anyway. They're about commitment and comfort, not some kind of sudden, hysterical recognition." - Ayelet Waldman



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