5+ quotes from The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon by Tom Spanbauer

Quotes from The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon

Tom Spanbauer ·  368 pages

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“Looking for who I am is who I am.”
― Tom Spanbauer, quote from The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon


“A person without her or his own truth ain't a person at all, Ida said. Anybody who tells you different—is a jackass, and no longer deserves to be called human being.”
― Tom Spanbauer, quote from The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon


“I tell you I'm tired of hearing it. There ain't nothing that happens to a person that ain't that person. The world out there only does what you tell it to do. The world is happening to you the way it is happening because you're telling yourself the story that way. If you want to change the world so damn bad, Ida, then where you got to start is how it is you're looking at it.”
― Tom Spanbauer, quote from The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon


“With tybo men there isn't much difference between fucking and killing.”
― Tom Spanbauer, quote from The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon


“Felt good, though, just being what I was.”
― Tom Spanbauer, quote from The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon


About the author

Tom Spanbauer
Born place: Pocatello, Idaho, The United States
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