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Luis Alberto Urrea quotes: If only Mexico paid their workers a decent wage. If only Mexico paid their workers a decent wage.
Luis Alberto Urrea quotes: My friend,' he said, 'no one is more ired of religion than a priest. My friend,' he said, 'no one is more ired of religion than a priest.
Luis Alberto Urrea quotes: Poverty ennobles no one; it brutalizes common people and makes them hungry and old. Poverty ennobles no one; it brutalizes common people and makes them hungry and old.
Luis Alberto Urrea quotes: Words are the only bread we can really share. Words are the only bread we can really share.
Luis Alberto Urrea quotes: Laughter is a virus that infects you with humanity. Laughter is a virus that infects you with humanity.
Luis Alberto Urrea quotes: On that long westward morning, all Mexicans still dreamed the same dream. They dreamed of being Mexican. There was no greater mystery. On that long westward morning, all Mexicans still dreamed the same dream. They dreamed of being Mexican. There was no greater mystery.
Luis Alberto Urrea quotes: Life shifting, as life does Life shifting, as life does
Luis Alberto Urrea quotes: Death is alive, they whispered. Death lives inside life, as bones dance within the body. Yesterday is within today. Yesterday never dies. Death is alive, they whispered. Death lives inside life, as bones dance within the body. Yesterday is within today. Yesterday never dies.
Luis Alberto Urrea quotes: They breathed. They felt their lungs fill the sky, and they let the dark clouds inside them flow out. Then they connected to the earth. They breathed. They felt their lungs fill the sky, and they let the dark clouds inside them flow out. Then they connected to the earth.
Luis Alberto Urrea quotes: The world was more than a place. Life was more than an event. It was all one thing, and that thing was: story. The world was more than a place. Life was more than an event. It was all one thing, and that thing was: story.
Luis Alberto Urrea quotes: If you were born to be a nail, you had to be hammered. If you were born to be a nail, you had to be hammered.