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1.    Loved. You can’t use it in the past tense. Death does not stop that love at all.    —   Ken Kesey
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2.    You can’t really be strong until you see a funny side to things.    —   Ken Kesey
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3.    People think love is an emotion. Love is good sense.    —   Ken Kesey
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4.    Nowhere else in history has there ever been a flag that stands for the right to burn itself. This is the fractal of our flag. It stands for the right to destroy itself.    —   Ken Kesey
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5.    The Grateful Dead are our religion. This is a religion that doesn’t pay homage to the God that all the other religions pay homage to.    —   Ken Kesey
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6.    People don’t want other people to get high, because if you get high, you might see the falsity of the fabric of the society we live in.    —   Ken Kesey
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7.    The truth doesn’t have to do with cruelty, the truth has to do with mercy.    —   Ken Kesey
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