When I was five months old, I passed away on an operating table. I was brought back to life shortly, and as near as I can tell, I’ve been that way since.
We let each other go, and I sit down in the chair next to her, my feet dangling. —From I wish I were Thor
I said, “I told the teacher that I wanted to be a doctor. But what I really want to be is a mad scientist!” She laughed, and I just nodded my head, proud of myself. —From The Madness Box
Suddenly, I realized Yoda was wrong! —From There Is a Try
Perhaps somehow he knew One day I would be what once was he. And I, too, would pay the price. —From The Once and Future Merchant
These tales call to you with varying degrees of patience. Every day you hear their whispers, like the echoes of a dream, they are the pieces of those tales that clutch to the fervent allure of life, the belief that soon you will release them into the world, to inhale the mighty air of their peers, and to sit side by side with their contemporaries. —From The Stories That Beg to Be Written
Never underestimate the power of Dreamers. They have a way of shaping the world to their will. Undeterred by circumstance or seeming impossibility, they carry on like an irresistible force of nature. —From The Power of Dreamers
The spirit and the soul work together along with the mind and the body leading people to a destination that fulfills their potential. But disrupt that collaboration, and their dreams remain dreams. The potential is lost, the future fades away, and wasted is the interrupted soul.