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1. "Guru yang baik bagaikan petani. Mereka menyiapkan bahan dan lahan belajar di kelas, memelihara bibit penerus bangsa, menyirami mereka dengan ilmu, dan memupuk jiwa mereka dengan karakter yang luhur. Guru yang ikhlas adalah petani yang mencetak peradaban."
Author: A. Fuadi
2. "La noche es fresca, pero agradable. Cielos despejados e insomnio preocupante."
Author: Alessandra Neymar
3. "The life we led was a proof of man's capacity for adaptation.I think that even the condemned souls in purgatory after time develop a sort of homely routine.That is ,by the way, why most prison memoirs are unreadable.The difficulty of conveying to the reader an idea of a nightmare world from which he has emerged makes the author depict the prisoner's state of mind as an uninterruped continuity of despair.He fears to appear frivolous or to spoil his effect by admitting that even in the depths of misery cheerfulness keeps breaking in."
Author: Arthur Koestler
4. "Es agradable ser feliz, pensó. Y saberlo mientras lo eres."
Author: Arturo Pérez Reverte
5. "I have been giving the best of my advice to this project since 1975. At first I was extremely hopeful. The original objectives of the language included reliability, readability of programs, formality of language definition, and even simplicity. Gradually these objectives have been sacrificed in favor of power, supposedly achieved by a plethora of features and notational conventions, many of them unnecessary and some of them, like exception handling, even dangerous. ...It is not too late! I believe that by careful pruning of the ADA language, it is still possible to select a very powerful subset that would be reliable and efficient in implementation and safe and economic in use. The sponsors of the language have declared unequivocally, however, that there shall be no subsets. This is the strangest paradox of the whole strange project. If you want a language with no subsets, you must make it small."
Author: C.A.R. Hoare
6. "Magnus's eyes went back to Alec. They were gold-green, as unreadable as the eyes of the cat he held on his lap. "Not my favorite topic, Smedley.""Simon", said Simon. "If I'm going to die for you all, the least you could do is remember my name."
Author: Cassandra Clare
7. "We are not witnessing the flow of information so much as pure spectacle, or information made sacred, ritually unreadable. The small monitors of the office, home and car become a kind of idolatry here, where crowds might gather in astonishment."Hysteria at high speeds, day to day, minute to minute. People in free societies don't have to fear the pathology of the state. We create our own frenzy, our own mass convulsions, driven by thinking machines that we have no final authority over. The frenzy is barely noticeable most of the time. It's simply how we live." She finished with a laugh…THE TRUTH WAS MAPPED IN SLOW AND CERTAIN DECLINE.He was seeing something elaborately different from what he encountered step by step in the ordinary run of hours. He had to learn how to see it correctly, find a crack in the world where it might fit."
Author: Don DeLillo
8. "Designers provide ways into—and out of—the flood of words by breaking up text into pieces and offering shortcuts and alternate routes through masses of information. (...) Although many books define the purpose of typography as enhancing the readability of the written word, one of design's most humane functions is, in actuality, to help readers avoid reading."
Author: Ellen Lupton
9. "Woolrich had a genius for creating types of story perfectly consonant with his world: the noir cop story, the clock race story, the waking nightmare, the oscillation thriller, the headlong through the night story, the annihilation story, the last hours story. These situations, and variations on them, and others like them, are paradigms of our position in the world as Woolrich sees it. His mastery of suspense, his genius (like that of his spiritual brother Alfred Hitchcock) for keeping us on the edge of our seats and gasping with fright, stems not only from the nightmarish situations he conjured up but from his prose, which is compulsively readable, cinematically vivid, high-strung almost to the point of hysteria, forcing us into the skins of the hunted and doomed where we live their agonies and die with them a thousand small deaths."
Author: Francis M. Nevins
10. "Only towards the end of this process are any of the chapters in fully readable condition, a state of affairs that used to alarm my wife. But Joan's got used to it."
Author: Fred Saberhagen
11. "I shall be so glad if you will tell me what to read. I have been looking into all the books in the library at Offendene, but there is nothing readable. The leaves all stick together and smell musty. I wish I could write books to amuse myself, as you can! How delightful it must be to write books after one's own taste instead of reading other people's! Home-made books must be so nice."
Author: George Eliot
12. "Seda süüd ei andesta aga inimliik, kes ei vihka kunagi niivõrd seda, kes kurja teeb, ega ka tegu ennast, kuivõrd seda, kes selle välja ütleb. Nii tuleb sageli ette, et sellal kui see, kes kurja korda saadab, pälvib rikkuse, au ja võimu, lohistatakse see, kes kuritegu nimetab, tapalavale, sest inimesed on varmalt valmis taluma ükskõik mida, mis neile teiste või taeva poolt osaks saab, kui nad sellest vaid sõnades pääsevad."
Author: Giacomo Leopardi
13. "Kecantikan yang abadi terletak pada keelokan adab dan ketinggian ilmu seseorang. Bukan terletak pada wajah dan pakaiannya"
Author: Hamka
14. "Las diferencias generan pequeños roces cotidianos, y, a veces, la combinación de varios de esos roces se transforman en un gran malentendido. Como consecuencia de ello, se reciben a veces críticas infundadas. Y es evidente que no es agradable que te malinterpreten o que te critiquen. Te puedes sentir profundamente herido. Es una experiencia muy dura."
Author: Haruki Murakami
15. "Nunca me he sentido solo o agobiado en absoluto por la sensación de soledad, salvo en una ocasión, pocas semanas después de venir a los bosques, cuando, durante una hora, dudé de si la cercana vecindad del hombre no era esencial para una vida serena y saludable. Estar solo resultaba algo desagradable. Pero al mismo tiempo era consciente de una ligera locura en mi humor y parecía prever mi recuperación. En medio de una suave lluvia, mientras prevalecían estos pensamientos, fui consciente de pronto de la dulce y beneficiosa compañía de la naturaleza y, en el repiqueteo mismo de las gotas y en toda imagen y sonido alrededor de mi casa, un infinito e inexplicable afecto, como una atmósfera que me mantuviera, volvió insignificantes las ventajas imaginadas de la vecindad humana y no he vuelto a pensar en ellas desde entonces."
Author: Henry David Thoreau
16. "Jase props himself up on an elbow, looking at me for a minute without saying anything. His face gets an unreadable expression, and I wish I could take back walking over.Then he observes, "I'm guessing that's a uniform."Crap. I'd forgotten I was still wearing it."
Author: Huntley Fitzpatrick
17. "No importa que la sensación sea triste o hasta desagradable, pero cuando me voy de un sitio me gusta darme cuenta de que me marcho. Si no luego me da más pena todavía."
Author: J.D. Salinger
18. "Spreadable butter is wonderful for cake-making: it's much easier to cream than the block type and slightly lighter because it's blended with oil."
Author: Jane Asher
19. "Creo que soy yo el que ha cambiado, es la solución más simple, también la más desagradable"
Author: Jean Paul Sartre
20. "Kids use words in ways that release hidden meanings, revel the history buried in sounds. They haven't forgotten that words can be more than signs, that words have magic, the power to be things, to point to themselves and materialize. With their back-formations, archaisms, their tendency to play the music in words--rhythm, rhyme, alliteration, repetition--children peel the skin from language. Words become incantatory. Open Sesame. Abracadabra. Perhaps a child will remember the word and will bring the walls tumbling down."
Author: John Edgar Wideman
21. "El arte es precisamente no emplear demasiados esfuerzos en empujar las cosas desagradables hacia el subconsciente."
Author: Jostein Gaarder
22. "I think the downloadable scene in general is really, really interesting for developers because it's low-risk. It doesn't require as much money as a triple-A title. And it's a great proving ground for new IPs, new concepts, new ideas - things that I think I, as a developer, find really attractive."
Author: Kim Swift
23. "Una vez, el día que cumplía 21 años, uno de mis tres hijos adoptivos, que estaba a punto de partir al Amazonas con el Cuerpo de Paz me dijo:–¿Sabes que nunca me has dado un abrazo?Así que lo abracé. Nos abrazamos. Fue muy agradable. Como revolcarme en la alfombra con ese gran danés que teníamos."
Author: Kurt Vonnegut
24. "If you would just listen to me . . . if you would just look at the pictures I took—""We've seen them, Miss Maxwell. Several times already. Frankly, nothing you've said tonight checks out—not your statement, and not these grainy, unreadable images from your cell phone.""I'm sorry if the quality is lacking," Gabrielle replied, acidly. "The next time I'm witnessing a blood slaughter by a gang of psychos, I'll have to remember to bring my Leica and a few extra lenses."
Author: Lara Adrian
25. "Yo no sé si os habréis dado cuenta, pero a menudo las primeras impresiones son absolutamente equivocadas. Por ejemplo, puedes mirar un cuadro por primera vez y que no te guste nada, pero, después de mirarlo un rato, te puede parecer muy agradable. La primera vez que pruebas el queso gorgonzola te puede parecer demasiado fuerte, pero, cuando eres mayor, es posible que no quieras comer otra cosa que queso gorgonzola."
Author: Lemony Snicket
26. "Through all the muck of themselves, the times they had unobligated each other, the anger, the permitted absences, the loneliness grown dangerous, she had always returned to him. He'd had faith in that - abracadabra! But eventually the deadlines set in again. Could you live in the dead excellence of a thing - the stupid mortar of a body, the stubborn husk love had crawled from? Yes, he thought."
Author: Lorrie Moore
27. " all remained unreadable for him, though reading, he felt, was not a natural thing and should not be done to people. In general, people were not road maps. People were not hieroglyphs or books. They were not stories. A person was a collection of accidents. A person was an infinite pile of rocks with things growing underneath."
Author: Lorrie Moore
28. "Le tendió la mano.—Mi nombre es Deuce, cariño. Mi viejo aquí es La Parca. Fue agradable hablar contigo.Ella puso su pequeña mano en la suya y él la apretó.—Eva —susurró—. Ese es mi nombre y fue muy, muy bueno conocerte a ti, también.Él sonrió.Ella sonrió.El resto es jodidamente historia."
Author: Madeline Sheehan
29. "Una de las cosas más agradables de la vida: ver cómo se filtra el sol entre las hojas"
Author: Mario Benedetti
30. "UN PENSAMIENTO AGRADABLE"Ella era una ladrona de libros.Él asaltaba el cielo."
Author: Markus Zusak
31. "Analiza la cuestión, ¿cómo pretendes que sea un ser agradable si soy un monstruo, o que sea generoso con los demás, si se muestran implacables conmigo? Si tú me arrojases a uno de esos barrancos helados, o me destrozaras con tus manos, ¿verdad que no lo considerarías un crimen? Y yo me pregunto, ¿por qué debo de respectar al que me desprecia? Haz que el hombre, en vez de odiarme, me acepte y me enseñe sus bondades, y serás testigo de todas las cosas buenas que soy capaz de hacer por vosotros."
Author: Mary Shelley
32. "Siempre se produce un momento patético pero agradable en el que pienso que mis sueños pueden hacerse realidad. En ese momento creo en lo imposible."
Author: Mathias Malzieu
33. "Faktor utama dalam penjanaan pemikirannya (umat Islam) bukan semata-mata hal-hal yang berhubung dengan mantik saja. Sebaliknya ia juga merupakan usaha untuk mencari kebenaran dan menegakkan keadilan dengan penuh adab dan akhlak yang mulia kerana memenuhi tuntutan Islam itu sendiri. Pemikiran mantik dan rasional bukanlah matlamat terakhir, tetapi hanyalah wahana untuk mencapai matlamat terakhir, yakni mencari kebenaran dan menegakkan keadilan tanpa mengabaikan aspek keinsanan manusia."
Author: Mohd Yusof Hj. Othman
34. "Ya conoces la verdad sobre Itempas. Es el dios del calor y de la luz, que todos consideramos cosas agradables y delicadas. Yo antes también lo veía así. Pero el calor, si no se enfría, quema y la luz, si nada la eclipsa, puede lastimar hasta unos ojos ciegos como los míos. Tendría que haberme dado cuenta. Tendríamos que habernos dado cuenta todos. Él nunca fue lo que queríamos que fuese."
Author: N.K. Jemisin
35. "Taking a sip of the hot chocolate he'd made her, she met his gaze, those eerie eyes of endless black impenetrable, unreadable. "Max?" "Yes?""Will you remember me?"His heart broke into a thousand pieces. "Always."
Author: Nalini Singh
36. "Jesús le decía a Lázaro: "Levántate y anda". Pero Lázaro no se levantaba. "Levántate y anda", repetía Jesús. Pero Lázaro no reaccionaba. Jesús, que se parecía a Severino, el conductor del camión cisterna, se enfadaba. Menudo papelón. Cuando Jesús te dice levántate y anda, tienes que hacerlo, sobre todo si estás muerto. Pero Lázaro no hacía ni caso: seguía inmóvil. Entonces Jesús empezaba a zarandearlo como a un muñeco, y al fin Lázaro se levantaba y le daba un mordisco en el cuello. "Deja en paz a los muertos", decía con los labios chorreando sangre."
Author: Niccolò Ammaniti
37. "Once in every few publishing seasons there is an Event. For no apparent reason, the great heart of the Public gives a startled jump, and the public's great purse is emptied to secure copies of some novel which has stolen into the world without advance advertising and whose only claim to recognition is that The Licensed Victuallers' Gazette has stated in a two-line review that it is 'readable'."
Author: P.G. Wodehouse
38. "Yo no sabía como llamar a aquello que sucedía entre nosotros, pero me gustaba. Me proporcionaba una sensación estúpida, frágil y agradable."
Author: Ransom Riggs
39. "Tampaknya hanya buku yang paling pantas diceritakan dengan bangga oleh manusia beradab, bukan BMW, Mercedes, ataupun Volvo. Apabila ada manusia di zaman sekarang yang menyebut dirinya modern tetapi tidak mengindahkan buku, memilikinya, dan membacanya, maka dengan demikian manusia tersebut telah mengambil inisiatif menjadikan dirinya sebagai hewan."
Author: Remy Sylado
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41. "The ultimate behaviour of these matter distributions, taking the form of massless radiation (in accordance with CCC's §3.2 requirements), can then leave its signature on the crossover 3-surface, and then perhaps be readable in subtle irregularities in the CMB."
Author: Roger Penrose
42. "You didn't normally strike someone unless in the grip of some powerful emotion. That's what violence was: emotion leaking out from consciousness into the physical world, linking up with the muscles of the arms and shoulders and diaphragm, and inevitably, the face. Stifle emotion during an act of violence and the face becomes a blank, unreadable mask."
Author: Ryū Murakami
43. "Kita harus yakin pada diri sendiri untuk bangun peradaban bangsa yang lebih unggul & mulia bagi kemajuan dunia"
Author: SBYudhoyono
44. "Abrakadabra, und alles verwandelt sich in einen großen Haufen Scheiße."
Author: Stephen King
45. "Muslims must be warned that plagiarists and pretenders as well as ignorant imitators affect great mischief by debasing values, imposing upon the ignorant, and encouraging the rise of mediocrity. The appropriate original ideas for hasty implementation and make false claims for themselves. Original ideas cannot be implemented when vulgarized; on the contrary, what is praiseworthy in them will turn out to become blameworthy, and their rejection will follow with the dissatisfaction that will emerge. So in this way authentic and creative intellectual effort will continually be sabotaged. It is not surprising that the situation arising out of the loss of adab also provides the breeding ground for the emergence of extremists who make ignorance their capital."
Author: Syed Muhammad Naquib Al Attas
46. "And those who will carefully study the so-called 'Mosaic code' contained in the books of Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers, will see that, though Jahveh's prohibitions of certain forms of immorality are strict and sweeping, his wrath is quite as strongly kindled against infractions of ritual ordinances. Accidental homicide may go unpunished, and reparation may be made for wilful theft. On the other hand, Nadab and Abihu, who 'offered strange fire before Jahveh, which he had not commanded them,' were swiftly devoured by Jahveh's fire; he who sacrificed anywhere except at the allotted place was to be 'cut off from his people'; so was he who ate blood; and the details of the upholstery of the Tabernacle, of the millinery of the priests' vestments, and of the cabinet work of the ark, can plead direct authority from Jahveh, no less than moral commands."
Author: Thomas Henry Huxley
47. "Cae la noche a toda prisa y el cristal helado produce en tus manos un tintineo leve pero muy agradable. La gran ciudad parece arder en toda su amplitud, en su apabullante telón de torres recubiertas de destellos, zurcidos ahora junto al polen diamantino de un millón de luce…y el sol se ha puesto ya detrás de ellas y la vieja luz rojiza del crepúsculo queda pinta sin calor, sin violencia, sobre el río. Y allí están los botes, los remolques, las barcazas que pasan y la perspectiva alada de los puentes con su gracia exultante. De pronto, ha caído la noche y hay barcos allí, hay barcos, y una ansiedad animal e intolerable dentro de ti que no consigues calmar."
Author: Thomas Wolfe
48. "We are absurdly accustomed to the miracle of a few written signs being able to contain immortal imagery, involutions of thought, new worlds with live people, speaking, weeping, laughing. We take it for granted so simply that in a sense, by the very act of brutish routine acceptance, we undo the work of the ages, the history of the gradual elaboration of poetical description and construction, from the treeman to Browning, from the caveman to Keats. What if we awake one day, all of us, and find ourselves utterly unable to read? I wish you to gasp not only at what you read but at the miracle of its being readable."
Author: Vladimir Nabokov
49. "Aku baca buku karena aku suka, bukan karena aku mengharap suatu penilaian dari orang-orang di sekitar aku. Bukan karena aku ingin dianggap hebat atau pintar atau berpendidikan atau beradab cuma karena udah baca sebuah karya sastra."
Author: Windhy Puspitadewi
50. "Tradisi setiap bangsa adalah modal dan warisan abadi yang mengungkapkan kemajuan dan peradaban yang pernah dicapainya. Setiap bangsa pasti memiliki masa lalu sebelum menginjak masa kini; dan membangun masa kini yang kokoh di atas pijakan masa lalu yang kuat."
Author: Yusri Abdul Ghani Abdullah

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