The Outer Limits Park Place Log III

within the human soul reside mysteries dark and deep about our frailties, our fears, our shame.  today, or a hundred years from now, the darkest matter will still lie in the human heart.
    — dark matters

everyone's so worried that they're gonna miss out on something that they can't be still long enough to listen, or quiet long enough to be aware of the moment.
    — the conversion

it is our nature to fear a dark purpose in that which we do not understand, but true evil may lie more in ignorance than in suspicion.
    — the inheritors

time is a river winding steadily through the landscape of tomorrow.  there are those who would steal a glimpse around the next bend and those who would fight the current, but the wisest are those who turn their eyes from the waters and seek out a fellow traveler to share in the journey.
    — virtual future

spare us the scourge of little minds.
    — joyride

the roman philosopher boethius said, "in other living creatures, the ignorance of themselves is nature, but in men it is a vice."  imagine treading into the deep recesses of the one's self and finding someone you never knew existed.
    — birthright

never argue with a summa cum laude who minored in rhetoric.
    — the replica

men of war have long known that warriors must often abandon those verities they defend - peace, human kindness, love - for they hold no meaning to the enemy.  and so doing, do we become what we despise, and despise what we become?
    — quality of mercy

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