Who (Ayn Rand)

The question isn’t who is going to let me; It’s who is going to stop me

Ayn Rand

 

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About the Author

jazzfeathers
I was born, raised and I still live near Verona (Italy), though I worked for a time in Dublin. I started writing fantasy stories as a kid. Today I’m a bookseller who reads fantasy, history, mythology, anthropology and lots of speculative fiction. Somehow, all of this has found its way into my own dieselpunk stories.

19 Comments on "Who (Ayn Rand)"

  1. That’s the spirit!!

    And the right attitude!

    I love that line
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  2. Great quote!
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  3. That makes A LOT of sense!!!
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  4. “Anthem.” First dystopian novel I’d ever read. Made quite the impression on me! Guess I ought to read something else by her….

  5. Hi Jazz – I must have found her books in South Africa soon after she died and I read them avidly … not sure I understood the implications – but the story line was fun. I really need to follow her maxim … she was one strong woman … cheers Hilary
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  6. Oh, that quote is fabulous! A great reminder of how empowered we can be. Thanks 🙂
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  7. Ayn Rand was all about empowering the individual. This is a perfect quote.

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