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The two qualities which chiefly inspire regard and affection [are] that a thing is your own and that it is your only one.
Aristotle   Category: Two

If speculation tends thus to a terrific unity in which all things are absorbed action tends directly back to diversity. The first is the course or gravitation of mind; the second is the power of nature. Nature is manifold. The unity absorbs and melts or reduces. Nature opens and creates. These two principles reappear and interpenetrate all things all thought; the one the many.
Ralph Waldo Emerson   Category: Two

Life seems to be a choice between two wrong answers.
Sharyn McCrumb   Category: Two

Two lives that once part are like ships that divide. There are two lives to each of us the life of our actions and the life of our minds and hearts. History reveals mens deeds and their outward characters but not themselves. There is a secret self that has its own life unpenetrated and unguessed.
Edward George Earle Bulwer-Lytton   Category: Two