The Outer Limits Park Place Log I

our most powerful instinct is self-preservation, but what happens when fear and mistrust twist that drive into a force more destructive than any outside enemy?
    — promised land

for every human act there is a moment of decision - a single thought, a breath, a heartbeat - after which all possible outcomes narrow to one.
    — the conversion

in the darkest of hours, in the greatest of battles, we must never forget who, or what, we are.
    — quality of mercy

mankind will be forever doomed to destruction if we continue to *ask* for the truth, but then refuse to listen.
    — to tell the truth

perhaps how we face death is not as important as how we face life: to live each day with hope, with courage, and with love, as if it were our last.
    — inconstant moon

the human race is maturing slowly, mired in repetitive patterns of behavior.  how we learn so little in the face of so much accumulated evidence should be of prime interest.
    — abduction (paraphrased)

if you were offered the chance to communicate with another person's mind, would you choose to do it, knowing that in return you would have to expose your own deepest and most intimate thoughts?
    — living hell

the more we learn about the universe around us, the more we realize how little we truly know, but we will only find what wonders await us if no false walls are built around our explorers and no false restraints applied to the unquenchable human thirst to know it all.
    — double helix

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