Quotes from Servant of the Bones

Anne Rice ·  416 pages

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“There is one purpose to life and one only: to bear witness to and understand as much as possible of the complexity of the world- its beauty, its mysteries, its riddles.”
― Anne Rice, quote from Servant of the Bones

“The greatest create of power you have on earth, whether you are an angel, a spirit, a man or woman or child is to help others.”
― Anne Rice, quote from Servant of the Bones

“There is one purpose to life and one only: to bear witness to and understand as much as possible of the complexity of the world-its beauty, its mysteries, its riddles. The more you understand, the more you look, the greater is your enjoyment of life and your sense of peace. That's all there is to it. Everything else is fun and games. If an activity is not grounded in "to love" or "to learn," it does not have value. - Zurvan”
― Anne Rice, quote from Servant of the Bones

“The greatest creative power you have on earth... is to help others. To ease pain and give joy are your finest powers. Kindness is a human miracle.”
― Anne Rice, quote from Servant of the Bones

“First and foremost, there is one God, and his name does not matter. Yahweh, Ahuramazda, Zeus, Aten, it does not matter at all.”
― Anne Rice, quote from Servant of the Bones

About the author

Anne Rice
Born place: in New Orleans, Louisiana, The United States
Born date October 4, 1941
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