“We fly, but we have not 'conquered' the air. Nature presides in all her dignity, permitting us the study and the use of such of her forces as we may understand. It is when we presume to intimacy, having been granted only tolerance, that the harsh stick fall across our impudent knuckles and we rub the pain, staring upward, startled by our ignorance.” ― Beryl Markham, West with the Night Okay, you can go now. No extra-special quotes to find here. Seriously, just go somewhere else. There are better things than just reading quotes and staring at this text. Like, I dunno, go outside, play something. Read a book, even.
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