Some people wake up drowsy. Some people wake up energized. I wake up dead.
Instead of blaming us, find your true enemy. And, where the offense is, there let the great axe fall.
Rationalism is the enemy of art, though necessary as a basis for architecture.- Arthur Erickson
It is a man's own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lures him to evil ways.- Gautama Buddha
It is not enough for me to win. My enemies must lose.- David Merrick
Before facing you enemy, you must first face yourself.- Tite Kubo
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|Birth:||27th September, 1950|
John Marsden was born in Victoria, Australia. He is an Australian writer and teacher. At age 28, after working several jobs, he began a teaching course. While working as a teacher, he began writing for children. In 2006, he started an alternative school, Candlebark School in the Macedon Ranges. He has written several novels (Tomorrow Series) include: Tomorrow, When the War Began, The Dead of the Night, A Killing Frost, Darkness, Be My Friend, Burning For Revenge, The Night is for Hunting, and The Other Side of Dawn. He has written other novels include: So Much to Tell You, Letters from the Inside, Checkers, Dear Miffy, Winter, and Hamlet.
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