Norman Lock Quotes

Top 13 wise famous quotes and sayings by Norman Lock

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Norman Lock quotes: Hatred is unattractive, but it's also irresistible. If men were honest with themselves, they'd admit it's a stronger passion than lust. Hatred is unattractive, but it's also irresistible. If men were honest with themselves, they'd admit it's a stronger passion than lust.
Norman Lock quotes: My mathematics is helpless against the sea. My mathematics is helpless against the sea.
Norman Lock quotes: We may not realize it, but every point during the passage of our lives is a point of no return -- except for what memory permits. We may not realize it, but every point during the passage of our lives is a point of no return -- except for what memory permits.
Norman Lock quotes: Each piece of writing I undertake, whether a story, novel, play, or poem, begins with an image. Each piece of writing I undertake, whether a story, novel, play, or poem, begins with an image.
Norman Lock quotes: I had hoped to be a poet, and for a long time I tried to write poetry. My first published pieces were poems. I had hoped to be a poet, and for a long time I tried to write poetry. My first published pieces were poems.
Norman Lock quotes: For me, fiction's great gift - to writer and reader, alike - is freedom. For me, fiction's great gift - to writer and reader, alike - is freedom.
Norman Lock quotes: I admitted that I did not understand life. What I meant was that I am bewildered by human hearts and motivations, including my own. I admitted that I did not understand life. What I meant was that I am bewildered by human hearts and motivations, including my own.