Ron McLarty Quotes.

1. "Prayer had fortified him. It would require an almost superhuman strength of purpose, an absolute resolve, to save my brother from himself."
- Quote by Ron McLarty

2. "Is that possible? I said. All things, all things are possible. What do you think your bike ride says? People would say "Is that possible?" Of course you know it is, now."
- Quote by Ron McLarty

3. "Good people protect people they love even if that means that pretending that everything is okay."
- Ron McLarty, The Memory of Running

4. "Good books that often I would hate to finish because they took me into their lives and let me out of mine, for a while anyway."
- Ron McLarty, The Memory of Running

5. "You have to learn to look at someone you truly adore through eyes that really aren´t your own. It´s as if a person has to become another person altogether to be able to take a hard look. Good people protect people they love, even if that means pretending that everything is okay."
- Ron McLarty, The Memory of Running

6. "...life is a funny thing. We go through ups and downs, winters and summers, but somewhere, sometimes, it's good."
- Ron McLarty, The Memory of Running

7. "Money is nice. I don´t mean it´s wonderful like a river or anything; and, as they say, it can´t buy happiness, but it´s comfortable in your pockets"
- Ron McLarty, The Memory of Running

8. "Maybe it´s because we all sat together for a while and concentrated on exactly the same thing. That could be it. Like how everybody becomes one person for a little bit and how the tiniest thing affects everybody in almost the exact same way"
- Ron McLarty, The Memory of Running

9. "I shouted for no reason other than trying to shout out a bad feeling I had. A certain kind of lonely feeling. A feeling that embarrassed me"
- Ron McLarty, The Memory of Running

10. "I think that when a somebody dies, there ought to be a process where everything about them, like bills and taxes, stops. They don´t even slow down. As a matter of fact, they seem to come quicker and louder."
- Ron McLarty, The Memory of Running

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