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    • Kim Aponte-Ortiz

      I find this interesting considering Hemingway was critical, self-centered, misogynistic ass who held a grudge against anyone who had talent comparable to his and committed suicide. Hypocritical indeed. That being said, he really was a brilliant writer lol and I love this quote :) ---So true!!!

    • Andrea Paulin

      Need to do better at this...

    • Maribeth Ewing

      I need to always remember this!!!

    • Kate Glassford

      Ernest Hemingway Quotes

    • Maria Peters

      The Golden Rule... Treat others the way you want to be treated.

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