„There are no random acts… We are all connected… You can no more separate one life from another than you can separate a breeze from the wind…“

—  Mitch Albom, kniha The Five People You Meet in Heaven

Varianta: That there are no random acts. That we are all connected. That you can no more separate on life from another than you can separate a breeze from the wind.
Zdroj: The Five People You Meet in Heaven (2003)
Kontext: "All the people you meet here have one thing to teach you." Eddie was skeptical. His fists stayed clenched. "What?" he said. "That there are no random acts. That we are all connected. That you can no more separate one life from another than you can separate a breeze from the wind."

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