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Good writers are monotonous, like good composers. They keep trying to perfect the one problem they were born to understand. Alberto Moravia Alberto Moravia (born November 28, 1907) was the pseudonym of Alberto Pincherle, a novelist and short story writer who made a profound impact on 20th-century Italian literature. Themes of isolation, alienation, and emotional emptiness pervade his work, which includes Time of Indifference, Two Adolescents, The Woman of Rome, and The Conformist. Like this quote on Goodreads Want to control which emails you receive from Goodreads? Go toyour email preferences This email was sent by request to danielbpatton@gmail.com. © 2016 Goodreads Inc 188 Spear Street, 3rd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105

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“To create power is like a magnet, this is true because this creative power operates like a magnet. Give it a strong clear picture of what you want and this creative power starts to work magnetizing conditions about you / attracting to you things, resources, opportunities, circumstances and even the people you need, to help bring to pass in your outer life what you have pictured.” – Claude M. Bristol

“To create power is like a magnet, this is true because this creative power operates like a magnet. Give it a strong clear picture of what you want and this creative power starts to work magnetizing conditions about you / attracting to you things, resources, opportunities, circumstances and even the people you need, to help bring to pass in your outer life what you have pictured.” – Claude M. Bristol via Quotes Daddy