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1. "And he at once determined on going to find Gilbert, who was residing at Versailles, but who, without having revisited the queen after the journey of the king to Paris, had become the right hand of Necker, who had been reappointed minister, and was endeavoring to organize prosperity by generalizing poverty."
Author: Alexandre Dumas
2. "Eh, I've always rather enjoyed being fashionably late." I picked up the violin case for Melanie, giving her an hug before clambering off the rock. "I feel like we should be leading a procession in, Pied Piper style.""I know just the thing." A hint of her old self peeked through her eyes.A moment later the first bars of "Safety Dance" hummed from the strings. I bit my lip trying not to giggle. Together the two of us broke out in lopsided chorus as I twirled about her. Ignoring the stares of the elves, we strutted up the center of the caravan, Brystion trailing behind us bemusedly."
Author: Allison Pang
3. "We must all make do with the rags of love we find flapping on the scarecrow of humanity."
Author: Angela Carter
4. "God sleeps in the minerals, awakens in plants, walks in animals, and thinks in man."
Author: Arthur Young
5. "Queridas mulheres, vocês honram muito mais a espécie humana do que os homens. Eles falharam historicamente em liderá-la. Se vocês dominassem o mundo, a humanidade seria mais feliz. Se as mulheres fossem generais, não haveria guerras, pois vocês não teriam coragem de enviar seus filhos para os campos de batalha. Mas os homens, por muito pouco, os enviam. Por isso, de coração, em nome de todos os homens lúcidos desta Terra, eu gostaria de pedir desculpas por todos os males que fizemos a vocês ao longo da história. Obrigado por vocês serem mulheres."
Author: Augusto Cury
6. "When they're little, and you go for years without a good night's sleep, you wonder if they'll ever make it through to morning without finding some reason to wake you up. But then one day you look at the clock and it's 7:30 a.m......For a panicked moment, you wonder if your child is---well, I can't even say it. You leap out of bed and run into his room and if you haven't wakened him up with all your commotion by then, you stand there for a minute trying to make sure that he's still breathing. You see the chest rising and falling and you let out a sigh. There's nothing wrong. He's just growing up. He doesn't need you anymore, is all; he doesn't need to wake you up in the night."
Author: Beth J. Harpaz
7. "And the separatist terrorist organization, PKK, had easy access to Turkey to, inside Turkey."
Author: Bulent Ecevit
8. "There have been men before … who got so interested in proving the existence of God that they came to care nothing for God himself… as if the good Lord had nothing to do but to exist. There have been some who were so preoccupied with spreading Christianity that they never gave a thought to Christ."
Author: C.S. Lewis
9. "What is this?" he went on now, spearing an unfortunate object on a fork and raising it to eye level. "This… this… thing?" "A parsnip?" Jem suggested."A parsnip planted in Satan's own garden." said Will. He glanced about. "I don't suppose there's a dog I could feed it to.""There don't seem to be any pets about," Jem—who loved all animals, even the inglorious and ill-tempered Church—observed."Probably all poisoned by parsnips," said Will."
Author: Cassandra Clare
10. "Here in America we so are for family values, yet insurance companies do not cover all fertility procedures."
Author: Cindy Margolis
11. "I love to walk through the streets of Jesus Maria and Pueblo Libre. The Spanish colonial buildings are in bright colors, two stories high, with these intricate wooden, windowed balconies."
Author: Daniel Alarcon
12. "You've got to be able to make animation for much less... Less is not the studio's way."
Author: Don Bluth
13. "And once you live a good story, you get a taste for a kind of meaning in life, and you can't go back to being normal; you can't go back to meaningless scenes stitched together by the forgettable thread of wasted time."
Author: Donald Miller
14. "Chronocanine Envy:Sadness experienced when one realized that, unlike one's dog, one cannot live only in the present tense. As Kierkegaard said, "Life must be lived forward."
Author: Douglas Coupland
15. "Man seeks to learn, and man kills himself because of the loss of cohesion in his religious society; he does not kill himself because of his learning. It is certainly not the learning he acquires that disorganizes religion; but the desire for knowledge wakens because religion becomes disorganized."
Author: Emile Durkheim
16. "I like animals, I really do, but some animals are just meant to be eaten."
Author: Emmanuelle Vaugier
17. "I lie down on many a station platform; I stand before many a soup kitchen; I squat on many a bench;--then at last the landscape becomes disturbing, mysterious, and familiar. It glides past the western windows with its villages, their thatched roofs like caps, pulled over the white-washed, half-timbered houses, its corn-fields, gleaming like mother-of-pearl in the slanting light, its orchards, its barns and old lime trees. The names of the stations begin to take on meaning and my heart trembles. The train stamps and stamps onward. I stand at the window and hold on to the frame. These names mark the boundaries of my youth."
Author: Erich Maria Remarque
18. "Once their rage explodes, they recover their lost coherence, they experience self-knowledge through reconstruction of themselves; from afar we see their war as the triumph of barbarity; but it proceeds on its own to gradually emancipate the fighter and progressively eliminates the colonial darkness inside and out. As soon as it begins it is merciless. Either one must remain terrified or become terrifying—which means surrendering to the dissociations of a fabricated life or conquering the unity of one's native soil. When the peasants lay hands on a gun, the old myths fade, and one by one the taboos are overturned: a fighter's weapon is his humanity. For in the first phase of the revolt killing is a necessity: killing a European is killing two birds with one stone, eliminating in one go oppressor and oppressed: leaving one man dead and the other man free;"
Author: Frantz Fanon
19. "The nonliving universe is as diverse and as dynamic as the living universe, and is also dominated by patterns of organization that are not yet understood."
Author: Freeman Dyson
20. "215. As in the stellar firmament there are sometimes two suns which determine the path of one planet, and in certain cases suns of different colours shine around a single planet, now with red light, now with green, and then simultaneously illumine and flood it with motley colours: so we modern men, owing to the complicated mechanism of our "firmament," are determined by DIFFERENT moralities; our actions shine alternately in different colours, and are seldom unequivocal—and there are often cases, also, in which our actions are MOTLEY-COLOURED."
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
21. "Kumiko and I would visit their home and have dinner with them twice a month with mechanical regularity. This was a truly loathsome experience, situated at the precise midpoint between a meaningless mortification of the flesh and brutal torture. Throughout the meal, I had the sense that their dining room table was as long as a railway station. They would be eating and talking about something way down at the other end, and I was too far away for them to see. This went on for a year, until Kumiko's father and I had a violent argument, after which we never saw each other again. The relief this gave me bordered on ecstasy. Nothing so consumes a person as meaningless exertion."
Author: Haruki Murakami
22. "The solution to the problem of the day is the awakening of the consciousness of humanity to the divinity within."
Author: Hazrat Inayat Khan
23. "How deaf and stupid have I been!" he thought, walking swiftly along."When someone reads a text, wants to discover its meaning, he will notscorn the symbols and letters and call them deceptions, coincidence, andworthless hull, but he will read them, he will study and love them, letterby letter. But I, who wanted to read the book of the world and the bookof my own being, I have, for the sake of a meaning I had anticipated be-fore I read, scorned the symbols and letters, I called the visible world adeception, called my eyes and my tongue coincidental and worthlessforms without substance. No, this is over, I have awakened, I have in-deed awakened and have not been born before this very day."
Author: Hermann Hesse
24. "Virtualmente todas las organizaciones que conoces funcionan esencialmente gracias a tu codicia. Te atraen porque lo que dicen o hacen le resulta atractivo a tu codicia. Este factor está oculto debido a su mera apariencia. Si dejas de escuchar sus palabras y contemplas el efecto, pronto verás que es así."
Author: Idries Shah
25. "To be a vegetarian is to disagree - to disagree with the course of things today... starvation, cruelty - we must make a statement against these things. Vegetarianism is my statement. And I think it's a strong one."
Author: Isaac Bashevis Singer
26. "Stephanie Plum,"I almost never shoot anyone."
Author: Janet Evanovich
27. "The stories had become a part of her by then; they stuck to her bones like a good meal, bloomed inside of her like a garden. They were as deep and meaningful as any other trait Dad had passed along to her: her blue eyes, her straw-colored hair, the sprinkling of freckles across her nose."
Author: Jennifer E. Smith
28. "... the taxonomic division of animals in a lost Chinese encyclopedia...(a) those that belong to the emperor; (b) embalmed ones; (c) those that are trained; (d) suckling pigs; (e) mermaids; (f) fabulous ones; (g) stray dogs; (h) those that are included in this classification; (i) those that tremble as if they were mad; (j) innumerable ones; (k) those that are drawn with a very fine camel's hair brush; (l) etcetera; (m) those that have just broken the flower vase; (n) those that at a distance resemble flies."
Author: Joe Roman
29. "Rwandans have a funny relationship with God, which they convey through a story that anyone can tell you: "God worked very hard for six days creating the heavens and the earth. But on the seventh day, he needed a break, so he picked Rwanda as the place to take a much needed sleep. God sleeps in Rwanda, then keeps busy at work everywhere else."This story has two meanings: The negative take is that God is not in Rwanda to protect you or answer your prayers, that He comes here only to shut His eyes. The other interpretation of "God sleeps in Rwanda" is that the country is a mile up, cooler and more beautiful than any other place, and so, naturally, this would be where God comes when He is not punching the clock. His favorite place. It was the second interpretation that we needed to believe."
Author: Josh Ruxin
30. "Zeke?"He turned back, eyes questioning. And before I lost my nerve, in full view of my sire, I stepped up to him, put my hands on the sides of his face and kissed him one more time.I know you're watching, Kanin. And yes, this is my answer."
Author: Julie Kagawa
31. "Insurance companies can no longer refuse to cover Americans with pre-existing conditions."
Author: Kathleen Sebelius
32. "Okay, sense of humor: plus one. Being able to laugh at yourself: plus one. Being able to laugh at other people without being mean: plus one. Vanity: minus one."
Author: Katie Aselton
33. "Isn't the analogy with good manners perfect? Truly good manners are invisible: they ease the way for others, without drawing attention to themselves. It is no accident that the word 'punctilious' ('attentive to formality or etiquette') comes from the same original root word as punctuation. As we shall see, the practice of 'pointing' our writing has always been offered in a spirit of helpfulness, to underline meaning and prevent awkward misunderstandings between writer and reader."
Author: Lynne Truss
34. "I just read them for fun.""Dictionaries?""Yes.""That doesn't sound like fun. That sounds awful.""Awful used to mean 'full of awe.' The same meaning as awesome. I learned that from a dictionary."He blinked."See?" She said. "Fun."
Author: Max Barry
35. "What freedom am I being offered while the organization of the people remains banned? Only free men can negotiate. A prisoner cannot enter into contracts,"
Author: Nelson Mandela
36. "If everybody switched to organic farming, we couldn't support the earth's current population - maybe half."
Author: Nina Fedoroff
37. "I want to give the audience a hint of a scene. No more than that. Give them too much and they won't contribute anything themselves. Give them just a suggestion and you get them working with you. That's what gives the theater meaning: when it becomes a social act."
Author: Orson Welles
38. "All the arguments to prove man's superiority cannot shatter this hard fact: in suffering the animals are our equals."
Author: Peter Singer
39. "They arouse in themselves a wild vicious hunger more like animals than men. I did not know that war was like this."
Author: Philippa Gregory
40. "I'm hungry," Jason grumbled as he stared at the empty plates on his smallcoffee table.Brad groaned, "You practically ate both plates of cookies. How in the hell areyou hungry?"Jason shrugged leaning back in his chair to watch the game. "I just am.Leave me the hell alone I'm a growing boy, damn it!""Yeah, a growing thirty-one year old boy," Brad mumbled."I'm still growing damn it so shut the hell up and feed me!""Order something and stop bitching!" Brad snapped."You order something. I'm too weak to move."
Author: R.L. Mathewson
41. "What we hold in our heads - our memory, our feelings, our thoughts, our sense of our own history - is the sum of our humanity."
Author: Richard Eyre
42. "Kemenangan yang lebih besar adalah jika kita telah berani mengambil peran dan tidak takut mencoba"
Author: Ririe Khayan
43. "This isn't about keeping mountains looking pretty. Ending mountaintop removal is about keeping humanity alive."
Author: Rivera Sun
44. "I know of no case study in history that describes an organization that has been managed out of a crisis. Every single one of them was led."
Author: Simon Sinek
45. "We all fail to appreciate each day just how much we already possess. Light, air, freedom, the companionship of friends."
Author: Sophie Kinsella
46. "Memorization has gotten a bad rap recently. Lots of students, and even some educators, say that being able to reason is more important than knowing facts; and besides, why bother committing things to memory when you've got Google? My response to this - after I've finished inwardly groaning - is that of course reasoning is important, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't know facts as well. It's not like you have to choose between one or the other. Besides, facts give you a foundation on which to reason about things."
Author: Stefanie Weisman
47. "I may have made a straight A in physics, but I was panic-struck. Physics made me sick the whole time I learned it."
Author: Sylvia Plath
48. "In Oakland, he saw two slum children sword fighting on a slag heap. In Palo Alto, a puffy fop in bursting jodhpurs shouted from the door of a luxurious stable, "My horse is soiled!" While one chilly evening in Union Square he listened to a wild-eyed young woman declaim that she had seen delicate grandmothers raped by Kiwanis zombies, that she had seen Rotarian blackguards bludgeoning Easter bunnies in a coal cellar, that she had seen Irving Berlin buying an Orange Julius in Queens."
Author: Thomas McGuane
49. "It has been the practice of all Christian commentators on the Bible, and of all Christian priests and preachers, to impose the Bible on the world as a mass of truth, and as the word of God; they have disputed and wrangled, and have anathematized each other about the supposable meaning of particular parts and passages therein; one has said and insisted that such a passage meant such a thing, another that it meant directly the contrary, and a third, that it meant neither one nor the other, but something different from both; and this they have called understanding the Bible.It has happened, that all the answers that I have seen to the former part of 'The Age of Reason' have been written by priests: and these pious men, like their predecessors, contend and wrangle, and understand the Bible; each understands it differently, but each understands it best; and they have agreed in nothing but in telling their readers that Thomas Paine understands it not."
Author: Thomas Paine
50. "Reason leavened with a little wit (if possible) is the real alternative to hate speech, meaning that there's no better time for it."
Author: Walter Kirn

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