Quotation Explorer - 'Duane Hewitt'

Crime, like war, is an aberration of creation. - Duane Hewitt
I’ve never quite understood why the knuckleheads of the planet so outnumber the rest of us. - Duane Hewitt
In dream, delusion, and fantasy, exist man’s next best reality: that place where he is the creator of his own worlds; where he builds, learns, discovers and entertains; is master of all outcomes, his own god of destiny, and thus the student of his own evolving and ever uncertain truth. - Duane Hewitt
Music (Definition; Noun): The artistic organization of sound for the joy and experience of listening. - Duane Hewitt
Soli Deo Gloria’ should be ascribed to every good work. - Duane Hewitt
I’m not afraid of death, just of dying. - Duane Hewitt
Create always: As God has seen fit in His perfection to give you such abilities, work and share of your gifts. - Duane Hewitt
Death is an opportunity to shed all guilt; to step away from the dogma and contrivances of mankind; and to finally be unbound from all hindrances to knowledge. - Duane Hewitt
So much of life isn’t about having the right answer; it’s about knowing the right question. - Duane Hewitt
The road to Heaven is ascension; always climb upward. - Duane Hewitt
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