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1. "Bagaikan menara, cita-cita kami tinggi menjulang. Kami ingin sampai di puncak-puncak mimpi kelak."
Author: Ahmad Fuadi
2. "No one was ever born without that light or flame of life. Some event, some person stifles or drowns it altogether. I was always tempted to resuscitate such men by my own joyousness or luminosity.When I break glasses in a night club, as the Russians do, when my unconscious breaks out in wild rebellions, it is against life which has crippled these idealistic, romantic men. I respect these men, cold, pure, faithful, devoted, moral, delicate, sensitive, and unequal to life, more than I respect the tough-minded ones who return three blows to one received, who kill those who hurt them."
Author: Anaïs Nin
3. "Acting is a sense of wonder and magic and mystery for me and when life takes me on a new journey, I simply remember the smile my first ballet recital put on my face and I move forward."
Author: Andrea Thompson
4. "Oh my God. Party punch. He'd brought a woman with the social age of twelve to the Citadel. He deserved everything he got."
Author: Annabel Joseph
5. "At the city citadel,citation is for a cit who ennobles his citizenship."
Author: Anyaele Sam Chiyson
6. "I was being called to surrender the very citadel of my self. I was completely in the dark. I did not really know what repentance was or what I was required to repent of. It was indeed the turning point of my life."
Author: Bede Griffiths
7. "...l'imperfezione va oltre. E' tolleranza, rispetto dell'usato e attenzione ai segni del tempo. E' capacita' di badare alla merce, e non alla confezione."
Author: Beppe Severgnini
8. "Fascinatio nugacitatis -Pentru ca patima sa nu ne vatame, sa traim ca si cum n-am avea decât opt zile de trait."
Author: Blaise Pascal
9. "Yang bisa kita lakukan sebagai penulis hanyalah mencoba, mengerahkan usaha, menabur benih, dan menuai panen apa pun yang diberikan dengan penuh sukacita dan syukur."
Author: Dan Millman
10. "¿Tú que dices, Leo? ¿Puedo hacer que Bernhard se vuelva un misterio excitante? ¿Es posible hacer que ocho años de vida familiar se conviertan en un misterio excitante?"
Author: Daniel Glattauer
11. "When I say manage emotions, I only mean the really distressing, incapacitating emotions. Feeling emotions is what makes life rich. You need your passions."
Author: Daniel Goleman
12. "His supervisor, a well-liked ranger by the name of Dick McLaren, gave Randy a line of advice to which he would adhere for the rest of his career: 'The best way to teach the public isn't with a citation, it's with communication."
Author: Eric Blehm
13. "„— Ei si?", citat din d. Nae Ionescu"
Author: Eugène Ionesco
14. "Perfino in quel pomeriggio dovevano esserci stati momenti in cui Daisy non era riuscita a stare all'altezza del sogno, non per sua colpa, ma a causa della vitalità colossale dell'illusione di lui che andava al di là di Daisy, di qualunque cosa. Gatsby vi si era gettato con passione creatrice, continuando ad accrescerla, ornandola di ogni piuma vivace che il vento gli sospingesse a portata di mano. Non c'è fuoco né gelo tale da sfidare ciò che un uomo può accumulare nel proprio cuore."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
15. "Que un protestante se muera en domingo lo entiendo, siendo Lutero el diablo. ¿Pero un católico?. Tampoco entiendo que los terremotos tumben iglesias, y con gentecita devota adentro.¡Qué! ¿No estamos los católicos seguros ni en las iglesias, a salvo de la ira de Dios? Está uno tranquilo en una iglesia escampándose del aguacero o de la música disco cuando ¡pum! le da al Otro por temblar, por tirarle a uno el techo encima, las torres y los candiles, el pararrayos y el reloj. Vivir en sí es un peligro y en las iglesias ni se diga con la protección de arriba."
Author: Fernando Vallejo
16. "Me torturo com o relógio, me crucifixo com o calendário e os prazos com seus respectivos atrasos incitam tanto desprezo quanto desprazer."
Author: Filipe Russo
17. "Every select man strives instinctively for a citadel and a privacy, where he is FREE from the crowd, the many, the majority-- where he may forget "men who are the rule," as their exception;-- exclusive only of the case in which he is pushed straight to such men by a still stronger instinct, as a discerner in the great and exceptional sense."
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
18. "I remember being told of a poor wretch I once knew, who had died of hunger. I was almost beside myself with rage! I believe if I could have resuscitated him I would have done so for the sole purpose of murdering him!"
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
19. "He was a good man... No. He was a great man. A maester of the Citadel, chained and sworn, and Sworn Brother of the Night's Watch, ever faithful. When he was born they named him for a hero who had died too young, but though he lived a long long time, his own life was no less heroic. No man was wiser, or gentler, or kinder. At the Wall, a dozen lords commander came and went during his years of service, but he was always there to counsel them. He counseled kings as well. He could have been a king himself, but when they offered him the crown he told them they should give it to his younger brother. How many men would do that? He was the blood of the dragon, but now his fire has gone out. He was Aemon Targaryen. And now his watch is ended."
Author: George R.R. Martin
20. "La nascita e la morte degli esseri umani non sono semplici eventi naturali,ma sono connesse a un mondo in cui singoli individui - uniche, insostituibili e irripetibili entità - appaiono o da cui scompaiono. La morte e la nascita presuppongono un mondo che non è in costante movimento,ma la cui durevolezza e relativa permanenza rendono possibili l'apparizione e la scomparsa, un mondo esistente prima che un qualsiasi individuo vi facesse la sua apparizione e che sopravviverà quando infine scomparirà."
Author: Hannah Arendt
21. "Femeile pot iubi fara a fi fericite si pot fi fericite fara a iubi. A iubi si a fi fericita, a intruni aceste doua mari bucurii omenesti - asta seamana a Minune."
Author: Honoré De Balzac
22. "...Este hombre tenía un lenguaje corporal increíble, sólo al observarlo se podía percibir si era amoroso y tierno, o salvaje y apasionado. Él era así, podía despertar el amor y la ternura y al mismo tiempo la pasión y el deseo, pensar en lo último me excitaba mucho. Inconscientemente me saboreaba y humedecía mis labios con la lengua, este hombre despertó en mí un apetito insaciable que no sabía cómo controlar. Me encantaba observarlo cuando él no se daba cuenta y lo que ese bendito roce me provocaba, no lo podía describir."
Author: Itxa Bustillo
23. "Your hands on a gun butt right now, isn't it? Afraid of me?" "Just want to make sure I can take care of you." "Oh, really?" "Yeah, in case you need Glock-to-mouth-resuscitation."
Author: J.R. Ward
24. "Every sign, linguistic or nonlinguistic, spoken or written (in the usual sense of this opposition), as a small or large unity, can be cited, put between quotation marks; thereby it can break with every given context, and engender infinitely new contexts in an absolutely nonsaturable fashion. This does not suppose that the mark is valid outside its context, but on the contrary that there are only contexts without any center of absolute anchoring. This citationality, duplication, or duplicity, this iterability of the mark is not an accident or anomaly, but is that (normal/abnormal) without which a mark could no longer even have a so-called "normal" functioning. What would a mark be that one could not cite? And whose origin could not be lost on the way?"
Author: Jacques Derrida
25. "It is precisely, if paradoxically, because reversal is in the service of repetition (so as to ensure, alongside its companion strategies, a dizzying proliferation of citations) that it gains a subversive power rather than remain a mere dependent (and thus conservative) form of social discourse. Reversal plays a double role in this novel (MONSIEUR VENUS), for it is not only a formal strategy bearing on citation, but itself a citation as well; one more cliché mobilized from the fin-de-siecle reserve."
Author: Janet Beizer
26. "Tengo lo que puede considerarse una actitud muy anticuada y chovinista hacia las mujeres. Me gusta tratarlas como señoras: abrirles la puerta, invitarlas a cenar cuando tenemos una cita, llevarles flores, retirarles el asiento y todo eso. Si tuviese una mejor opinión de mí mismo, lo llamaría caballerosidad."
Author: Jim Butcher
27. "Tot a?a cum galbenul este intotdeauna asociat cu lumina, se poate spune ?i ca albastrul aduce cu el ?i un principiu al întunericului. Aceasta culoare are un efect special ?i aproape indescriptibil asupra ochiului. Pe scara culorilor este una puternica, însa de partea negativa, ?i la maximum de puritate este, cum s-ar zice, o nega?ie stimulatoare. Aspectul sau este deci un fel de contradic?ie între excita?ie ?i calm."
Author: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
28. "I understand felicitations are in order."Ian started. His betrothal to Christina, which was about to be broken, was not yet common knowledge."Christina Taylor is a lovely young woman. I knew her grandfather and her uncles, and, of course, her father, the Earl of Melbourne. She'll make you a fine wife, Ian.""Inasmuch as bigamy is a crime in this country, I find that unlikely."Startled by the discovery that his information was apparently incorrect, Edward took another swallow of champagne and asked, "May I ask who the fortunate young woman is, then?"Ian opened his mouth to tell him to go to hell, but there was something alarming about the way his grandfather was slowly putting his glass down."
Author: Judith McNaught
29. "Kami ini anak Derita, Kalian anak Sukacita,Kami anak Dukacita, Dan Duka itu bayangan TuhanYang tidak menempati wilayah hati dengki"
Author: Kahlil Gibran
30. "Sí, claro. Algún día saldrás citada en los calendarios de todo el mundo —dije—. «Los corazones no se pueden partir de ningún modo porque son de mazapán». Brillante metáfora de la eminente Leslie Hay."
Author: Kerstin Gier
31. "Devo tuttavia confessare che, nel mio sentimentalismo, sono profondamente commosso e ammirato di fronte a quel lupo che "non può" azzannare la gola dell'avversario, e ancor più di fronte all'altro animale, che conta proprio su questa sua reazione! Un animale che affida la propria vita alla correttezza cavalleresca di un altro animale! C'è proprio qualcosa da imparare anche per noi uomini! Io per lo meno ne ho tratto una nuova e più profonda comprensione di un meraviglioso detto del Vangelo che spesso viene frainteso, e che finora aveva suscitato in me solo una forte resistenza istintiva: «Se qualcuno ti dà uno schiaffo sulla guancia destra...». L'illuminazione mi è venuta da un lupo: non per ricevere un altro schiaffo devi offrire al nemico l'altra guancia, no, devi offrirgliela proprio per impedirgli di dartelo!"
Author: Konrad Lorenz
32. "Es una impresión espantosa. Te sientes caer, como en un pozo sin fondo, y buscas desesperadamente algo a lo que agarrarte antes de sumirte en la oscuridad. Es verdaderamente aterrador. Es… como si te obligaran a dormir sin saber si vas a despertar. Es como si mi mente muriese cada vez, para resucitar al día siguiente."
Author: Laura Gallego García
33. "Taxpayers have put more than $24 trillion on the line to resuscitate Wall Street after the economic meltdown of last year. With the help of this massive taxpayer support, the nation's largest banks are posting record profits."
Author: Maria Cantwell
34. "Tengo que resucitar imperiosamente antes de morir."
Author: Mathias Malzieu
35. "No es que crea que soy una especie de premio.No, espera, eso no es verdad. Sí creo que soy una especie de premio. Soy inteligente y ocasionalmente graciosa y linda. No veo porque debería pasar largas citas con un tipo que se expresa en una sola sílaba y quiere ver películas de terror."
Author: Michael Grant
36. "Catre sfarsitul nopii sensul cartilor se evapora complet si ramaneam in brate cu paginile lor poroase, cu semnele lor cabalistice imposibil de inteles, cu parfumul de hartie prafuita, cel mai excitant parfum de pe pamant."
Author: Mircea Cărtărescu
37. "Cei ce-au avut putine femei au tendinta maniacala sa descrie pe zeci de pagini fiecare nuanta a zâmbetului femeilor, sa-ntoarca pe toate fetele fiecare cuvânt al lor, sa filozofeze despre feminitate ca arhetip, sa dezvolte o mistica-ntreaga în jurul marii zeite a dragostei si a mortii. întind, adica, de bietele doua-trei femei cu care-au avut de-a face, de parc-ar vrea sa suplineasca astfel, prin calitatea scriiturii, cantitatea deficitara de experienta. Oricât ne-am stradui, prin urmare, nu putem iesi din dilema voicaniana: metafizica la un capat al spectrului si o parte gingasa a anatomiei feminine la cealalta. Vai, ma numar printre cei care sunt mai aproape de metafizica pe acest continuum al feminitatii. Despre cele câteva femei (dar ce femei!) care mi-au onorat mintea, viata si patul am scris de zeci de ori. Voluta a corpului lor si rictus al gurii lor si cârliont al capriciilor lor n-au ramas neconsemnate în pagini botite si fierbinti asemenea cearsafurilor unui barbat singur."
Author: Mircea Cărtărescu
38. "Mil cosas solicitan a la vez nuestra atención y ninguna de ellas logra retenernos; así la vida se nos vuelve arena entre los dedos y las horas humo en el cerebro."
Author: Octavio Paz
39. "I felt this awful obligation to be charming or at least have something to say, and the pressure of having to be charming (or merely verbal) incapacitates me."
Author: Peter Cameron
40. "We are students of words: we are shut up in schools, and colleges, and recitation -rooms, for ten or fifteen years, and come out at last with a bag of wind, a memory of words, and do not know a thing."
Author: Ralph Waldo Emerson
41. "But every point of view is a point of blindness: it incapacitates us for every other point of view. From a certain point of view, the room in which I write has no door. I turn around. Now I see the door, but the room has no window. I look up. From this point of view, the room has no floor. I look down; it has no ceiling. By avoiding particular points of view we are able to have an intuition of the whole. The ideal for a Christian is to become holy, a word which derives from "whole."
Author: Richard Wurmbrand
42. "Per affermare che stiamo colonizzando un nuovo mondo, ci siamo chiusi in queste prigioni di metallo e plastica, impossibilitati a stare là fuori. Tutto ciò che Marte ci ha offerto finora è sofferenza. Sì, là fuori è bello, perché inusuale, alieno. Ma il fascino che esercita su di noi non è tanto diverso da quello stesso della morte."
Author: Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli
43. "Hay momentos para recitar poesías y hay momentos para boxear."
Author: Roberto Bolaño
44. "Infrinta si neputincioasa, tinuta prizoniera intre neamuri, victima primea aici o verigheta si felicitarile cu aroma de condoleante ale ofiterului de stare civila.."
Author: Rodica Ojog Braşoveanu
45. "Even for the most excitable preacher, there was nothing inherently sinful about a waffle."
Author: Simon Schama
46. "I'm losing control."-BrittanyMamacita, I've already lost it."-Alex"
Author: Simone Elkeles
47. "Resumir en una mirada la virgen ausencia disperta en esta soledad y, como se corta, para recuerdo de un lugar, uno de esos mágicos nenúfares cerrados que de súbito surgen envolviendo en el hueco de su blancura una nada formada de sueños intactos, de la ventura que no llegará, y de mi aliento contenido por el temor de una aparición, partir con él: tácitamente, desentrañando poco a poco sin choque, romper ilusión, sin que el crepitar de la visible pompa de espuma enroscada a mi huida no arroje a los pies de nadie que sobrevenga la semejanza transparente del rapto de mi flor ideal."
Author: Stéphane Mallarmé
48. "Most of the slaves, who were thus unconditionally freed, returned without any solicitation to their former masters, to serve them, at stated wages; as free men. The work, which they now did, was found to better done than before."
Author: Thomas Clarkson
49. "‹‹Tenho simpatia pela força de capacitação da ingenuidade››, diz Atkinson. ‹‹Uma vez que eu não sabia que não podia ser feito, fiquei capacitado para o fazer.››"
Author: Walter Isaacson
50. "Wilhelm Reich identified "armor" as the sum total of typical character attitudes, which an individual develops as a blocking against his emotional excitations, resulting in rigidity of the body, lack of emotional contact, "deadness". Functionally identical to muscular armor (chronic muscular spasms)"
Author: Wilhelm Reich

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Other anatomical changes associated with long-duration space flight are definitely negative: the immune system weakens, the heart shrinks because it doesn't have to strain against gravity, eyesight tends to degrade, sometimes markedly (no one's exactly sure why yet). The spine lengthens as the little sacs of fluid between the vertebrae expand, and bone mass decreases as the body sheds calcium. Without gravity, we don't need muscle and bone mass to support our own weight, which is what makes life in space so much fun but also so inherently bad for the human body, long-term."
Author: Chris Hadfield

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