Quotes From "Coinman: An Untold Conspiracy" By Pawan Mishra

There are things in life that science will never be...
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There are things in life that science will never be able to see. We have to rely on what has been passed from our ancestors, generation to generation. Pawan Mishra
Knowledge that can make miracles happen needs to be guarded...
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Knowledge that can make miracles happen needs to be guarded carefully. If it falls into the wrong hands, miracles become disasters in no time. Pawan Mishra
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..he had also acquired a peculiar academic quirk. During exams, he knew all the answers but wasn’t able to successfully map his answers to the right questions. So as soon as an exam started, he simply started putting his answers in the order in which he remembered them. Every time he moved to a new class, his parents made the new teachers aware of this snag. The teachers acknowledged it and reassured the parents that they’d match his answers against the appropriate questions. Pawan Mishra
It was a time when a degree was expected but...
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It was a time when a degree was expected but not much respected. Pawan Mishra
A man wants too many things before marriage, but only...
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A man wants too many things before marriage, but only peace after it. Pawan Mishra
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Such delicacies are relationships. Pawan Mishra
No great soul, as they say, lives for very long....
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No great soul, as they say, lives for very long. Because God desperately wants all the great people near him. Pawan Mishra
When the soul heals, the issues of the body disappear...
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When the soul heals, the issues of the body disappear like they never happened. Pawan Mishra
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A meeting is a collective tacit confession of participants’ unwillingness to work. Pawan Mishra
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All the progress in science can’t be used to build a smell receptor as capable as the one that a true leader possesses–to smell trouble or just something fishy. Pawan Mishra
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You need to be my wife to win with me. Pawan Mishra
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Most of a husband’s life is spent in doing research on his wife. Pawan Mishra
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Despite progress witnessed elsewhere in the matters of heart, parents in this part of the world hadn’t quite come around to letting their adult offspring choose their lovers. Pawan Mishra
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The thirty-plus years of marriage between the ceiling and the cement plaster showed signs of weakness by frequently developing cracks and holes. Pawan Mishra
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Her beauty effortlessly managed to arrest the pulse of each heart at the office and keep it in a dreamlike cage where she could have a look at each at her will and derive pleasure which, it had to be said, was a touch malicious in nature. Pawan Mishra
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This is where the whole thing entered into a vicious cycle, for her proximity always inebriated the hearts, thus only deepening their desire to remain hostages in the cage so that they could booze even more on that beauty. Pawan Mishra
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Matters of the heart are so incalculable! Pawan Mishra
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Talented minds have always been stealthily targeted by mediocre ones. Pawan Mishra
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Everyone’s mind has sort of a slum division–a flirtatious spot that doesn’t give a hoot about how grave a situation is but constantly endeavors to derail more earnest thoughts, almost like a death-wish backseat driver. Pawan Mishra
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If you thought with your minds and not your roosters, you would get the point! Pawan Mishra