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1. "Ante ciertos libros, uno se pregunta: ¿quién los leerá? Y ante ciertas personas uno se pregunta: ¿qué leerán? Y al fin, libros y personas se encuentran."
Author: André Gide
2. "Recuerda que Dios tiene su propia agenda, y descansa en la seguridad de que él te ama y cumplirá las promesas que te hizo."
Author: Ann Spangler
3. "Hazel should have done something—left a note, pretended she was going to go visit Jack's aunt Bernice. Something. She was so busy thinking about the one she needed to rescue she didn't think at all about the one she was leaving behind. She was supposed to take care of her mother, too. She was not supposed to be sipping honey tea with people who are just like the parents you think you are supposed to have. Her mother was what she had."
Author: Anne Ursu
4. "En cuestiones de arte, el trabajo original del yo tiene más importancia social que la filantropía."
Author: Arturo Pérez Reverte
5. "No sé cómo reaccionar, porque estoy enamorada de un hombre que está delante de mí y sin embargo él no guarda ningún recuerdo de mi persona. En lo que a él respecta, todo se ubica en el futuro. Me entran ganas de reír por lo extraño de la situación. Todo lo que sé de Henry desde hace años me desborda, mientras el me mira perplejo y temeroso"."
Author: Audrey Niffenegger
6. "Tengo tendencia a la envidia. Es una de mis tres emociones por defecto, los otros son la codicia y la ira. También he experimentado la compasión y la generosidad, pero sólo fugazmente y por lo general en estado de ebriedad, por lo que no tengo mucho recuerdo sobre eso."
Author: Augusten Burroughs
7. "En su presencia, cada nervio de mi cuerpo se sentía cableado con electricidad."
Author: Becca Fitzpatrick
8. "La vida prosigue aunque actuemos como cobardes o como héroes, La vida no impone ninguna disciplina sino la de aceptar la vida incuestionablemente. Todo aquello a lo que cerramos los ojos, todo aquello de lo que huimos, todo lo que negamos, denigramos o despreciamos sirve para derrotarnos al final"
Author: Belén Gopegui
9. "I had a deeper understanding that no matter what situation would come my way, I would be in the hands of the Lord, and he would rescue me. I felt ashamed and guilty for how I'd complained to the Lord, but he was patient and loving to me, not treating me as I deserved, but gently helping me like an eagle tending her baby chicks."
Author: Brother Yun
10. "El recuerdo de lo que ha pasado me hace casi esperar que te duela. Pero al cabo de muy poco tiempo te olvidarás con alegría, como de un sueño improductivo del cual por fortuna despertaste.¡Que seas feliz en la vida que has elegido!"
Author: Charles Dickens
11. "Soy el peor de los demonios para aquellas mujeres de rostro bonito que carecen de alma y corazón, que se revelan como seres aburridos, frívolos y de mal carácter, sin embargo, con quiénes tienen la mirada diáfana y la lengua elocuente, fuego en el alma, y un carácter flexible que se incline pero nunca se rompe, personas a la vez dúctiles y tiernas, tratables y coherentes, soy siempre considerado y sincero"
Author: Charlotte Brontë
12. "On any measure, Spain's bank rescue has been a disaster. A hundred million euros have been added to the national debt, ten-year bonds are at a record high and the country's credit rating has been downgraded three notches."
Author: Daniel Hannan
13. "Julie le ha dicho a Faye que cree que los amantes pasan por tres fases distintas cuando empiezan a conocerse bien. Primero intercambian anécdotas y gustos. Después se cuentan las cosas en que creen. Y luego cada uno examina la relación entre lo que el otro dice que cree y lo que hace en realidad."
Author: David Foster Wallace
14. "I've got a hangover.""No, you hit your head on the floor.""I can't stay. I've got to rescue that fool Sophie."
Author: Diana Wynne Jones
15. "Yo, discípulo de sempiterno candidato a la presidencia doctor Goyeneche, discípulo a su vez del sabio español Pero Grullo, tengo para Colombia y su infinidad de males una expedita solución: que dejen atracar. Los atracadores se irán a gastar el dinero de su atraco a un cabaret; el dueño del cabaret se comprará un carro; la fábrica de carros venderá más; y al vender más empleará más obreros; y al haber más obreros habrá menos desempleo; y al acabarse el desempleo se acabarán los atracadores y los secuestros y los robos y los asaltos, y sonreirá la gente, e irán todos a la universidad, y acaso a este servidor le den un puesto, aunque sea limpiador de oficinas, y al final del año habrá ahorrado con qué comprarse su alfombra persa, para poder volar."
Author: Fernando Vallejo
16. "It is the modern literature of the educated, not of the uneducated, which is avowedly and aggressively criminal..The vast mass of humanity, with their vast mass of idle books and idle words, have never doubted and never will doubt that courage is splendid, that fidelity is noble, that distressed ladies should be rescued, and vanquished enemies spared. There are a large number of cultivated persons who doubt these maxims of daily life."
Author: G.K. Chesterton
17. "Sólo entonces caí en la cuenta de que los vecinos de asiento en los aviones, al igual que los matrimonios viejos, no se dan los buenos días al despertar. Tampoco ella."
Author: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
18. "Her name is Brienne," Jaime said. "Brienne, the maid of Tarth. You are still maiden, I hope?"Her broad homely face turned red. "Yes.""Oh, good," Jaime said. "I only rescue maidens."
Author: George R.R. Martin
19. "Un recuerdo es algo que te caldea el cuerpo por dentro, pero que,al mismo tiempo, te desgarra por dentro con violencia."
Author: Haruki Murakami
20. "El sufrir (por muy curioso que ello te parezca) es el objeto por el cual existimos, pues es lo único que nos permite saber que vivimos, y el recuerdo de nuestros sufrimientos pasados nos es indispensable, como garantía y demostración de nuestra permanente identidad"
Author: Hermann Hesse
21. "Si no puedes reír con frecuencia y autenticidad, no tienes alma."
Author: Idries Shah
22. "—Constanza, ¿Qué quieres que haga para que olvides lo estúpido que he sido?—Nada. —Le dije tristemente mientras intentaba irme.—Tal vez esto… —Me acercó más a él, pegando mi cuerpo al suyo mientras me abrazaba con fuerza, inhalando lentamente mi aroma y besándome suavemente.—¿Puedes estar seguro de mi amor? —Pregunté después de recuperar el aliento.—Sí.—¿Cómo? —Porque te siento estremecer en mis brazos. —Susurró suavemente al oído—. Porque respondes a mí de la misma manera y con el mismo deseo.—Y porque eres el único en mi vida, no dudes que mi corazón y mi ser te pertenecen solo a ti, ya te lo he dicho."
Author: Itxa Bustillo
23. "A veces hago cosas de persona mayor, en serio, pero de eso nadie se da cuenta. La gente nunca se da cuenta de nada."
Author: J.D. Salinger
24. "My mom used to talk about fate all the time, and I think you're it… you're my fate. You were brought to me for a reason, for us to save each other. Because you weren't the only one needing saved, Haven. I was drowning, and you rescued me."
Author: J.M. Darhower
25. "—¿Prefieres leer a jugar? —La señorita Elizabeth Bennet es una gran lectora y no encuentra placer en nada más."
Author: Jane Austen
26. "Lo que pasó es lo de menos. Es una novela, y lo que ocurre en ellas da lo mismo y se olvida, una vez terminadas. Lo interesante son las posibilidades e ideas que nos inoculan y traen a través de sus casos imaginarios, se nos quedan con mayor nitidez que los sucesos reales y los tenemos más en cuenta."
Author: Javier Marías
27. "When I see a word held hostage to manhood I have to rescue it. Sweet trembling word, locked in a tower, tired of your Prince coming and coming."
Author: Jeanette Winterson
28. "Convivamos con nuestros ovarios. Hagamos de cuenta que son dos cerebros más."
Author: Josefina Barron
29. "Lo importante en nuestra sociedad no es lo que pasa, sino quién cuenta lo que pasa."
Author: Juan Gabriel Vásquez
30. "Now we're going to save a bunch of dirty meatsacks from a bunch of dirty cannibals? Why don't we rescue some orphaned kittens and put food out for stray puppies while we're at it?"
Author: Julie Kagawa
31. "Si te caes te levanto y sino me acuesto contigo"
Author: Julio Cortázar
32. "Maybe we met out here and fell in love over bad barbecue."
Author: Junot Díaz
33. ". . . why you are here in the first place," Lend finished saying. His voice had a distinctly menacing tone."Why, to make you the best omelet you've ever had, of course." There was a pause that I could only fill with my imagination. It involved Lend making I'm going to kill you motions with his hands. "Hey-oh," Jack continued, "I rescued our girl Evie from the Center and helped her get to the Faerie Realms to save you.""Our girl is my girl. And that makes everything okay now?""It doesn't," I yelled. Would we never be able to have a quiet conversation again? "But it's a start.""A start I intend to finish with this omelet," Jack said, "because after you've eaten it, all will be forgiven.""I'm not eating anything you make," Lend answered. I closed my eyes, listening to the sounds of the fridge opening and drawers shutting slightly harder than they needed to."
Author: Kiersten White
34. "When a baby chick hatches, it often struggles for a long, long time, and you can get impatient watching the little guy struggle. You might be tempted to help him out and break a little bit of the shell away and make it easier for him to escape, but if you do, he will die. You will rob him of a process specifically designed to make him strong. It is only through this struggle that he can gain the strength to survive his life. It is crucial (if you love him) that you let him struggle his way out of this challenge on his own. Your life works the same way. The challenges you currently face are there to help you become stronger and smarter too. They are probably forcing you to learn and grow. If you were rescued from this situation, it might rob you of a process you need to become the person you are meant to be."
Author: Kimberly Giles
35. "No metas en tu cuerpo cosas innecesarias. Nada de venenos ni productos químicos, tampoco gases, tabaco o alcohol, ningún objeto afilado ni agujas prescindibles (drogas o tatuajes) y, por supuesto…, ningún pene innecesario.-Brimstone"
Author: Laini Taylor
36. "Attempts to thwart or muzzle the media continued as well. At a conservative caucus meeting in Charlottetown in August 2007, journalists assembled in the lobby of the hotel, as they usually do at such gatherings, to talk to caucus members as they passed by. The [Prime Minister's Office] communications team, however, was not prepared to allow it. Taking their cue, or so it appeared, from a police state, they had the RCMP remove the reporters from the hotel."
Author: Lawrence Martin
37. "Adina appealed to the sky. "We asked for rescue and you sent us incompetent rockstar pirates with a broken ship and perfect abs?""Thank you, God," Petra said."
Author: Libba Bray
38. "The calf's head," he reminded her succinctly. "Well, if you hadn't served such a nasty object in the first place, I wouldn't have needed to be rescued!" "You wouldn't have needed to be rescued if you didn't have such a weak stomach." "You're not supposed to mention body parts in front of a lady," she said virtuously. "Your mother said so." Westcliff grinned. "I stand corrected." Enjoying their bickering, Lillian grinned back at him. Her smile died, however, as a slow waltz began and Westcliff turned her to face him. Her heart began to thump with unrestrained force."
Author: Lisa Kleypas
39. "La vida nunca iba a ser la misma sin Grace. Robé una última mirada a las tres chicas sonrientes de la foto y me di cuenta que nunca sería esa chica otra vez."
Author: Lisa Roecker
40. "Chapter 8 - The Rescue Team: "Timbroke Hall was completely dark. A creaking shutter opened and closed to the rhythm of a howling, north wind. It bore a cold reminder of the harsh winter coming quickly this year. The children crept up the rock stairs to the familiar wooden doors at the front of the building. Ariana led them around the porch to a side door according to her, was never locked. The broken handle dangled loosely and offered free entrance. The team cautiously crossed the threshold of the old hall into pitch blackness. An owl hooted and the sound of large wings flapping reverberated around them. Camilla startled, cried out a fearful yelp causing everyone to jump. Hannah reflexively covered Camilla's mouth until she was certain nothing more would slip out. "Quiet," whispered Jess in an angry tone directed at Hannah. "It wasn't me," whispered Hannah pointing down at Camilla. "Sorry," whispered Camilla apologetically."
Author: M.K. McDaniel
41. "I won't need you to rescue meM. I can take care of myself, thank you. - Scarlett O'Hara."
Author: Margaret Mitchell
42. "Parece que en los estallidos de risa lo corpóreo hiciera prevalecer y afirmar su existencia, por encima de lo racional, y esa emergencia del cuerpo tan ostentosa ha concitado el rechazo, el desdén y la amonestación. Afirmo lo anterior a partir de haber observado la recurrencia de llamados hacia la contención: reír estrepitosamente siempre ha sido visto como signo de mala educación."
Author: Martha Elena Munguia Zatarain
43. "Bah!" Magnus scoffed. "Humans always blame dwarves. A baby goes missing and it was a dwarf that stole it. A princess runs off with a second son of a king and it was a dwarf who lured her to a deep prison. And when they find her with the prince—lo, she was rescued!"A king is stabbed in the back in his own chapel, and a princess's toweris turned into a death trap," Royce called back to them. "Friends arebetrayed and trapped in a prison—yes, I can see your surprise. Where do they get such ideas?""Damn his elven ears," Magnus said."
Author: Michael J. Sullivan
44. "El cuestionamiento de las formas de pensamiento vigentes que efectúa la revolución simbólica y la originalidad absoluta de lo que engendra tiene como contra partida la soledad absoluta que implica la transgresión de los límites de lo pensable. Este pensamiento que así se ha convertido en su propia medida no puede esperar en efecto que mentes estructuradas según esas mismas categorías que cuestiona puedan pensar este impensable."
Author: Pierre Bourdieu
45. "I want to know, Barbecue: how long are"
Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
46. "Everything hurt. I closed my eyes, pressing my cheek to the street, and waited. What for, I didn't know. To be rescued. Or found. But no one came. All I'd ever thought I wanted was to be left alone. Until I was."
Author: Sarah Dessen
47. "Finally, let's keep well in mind the most important lesson of the auto rescue: While government should stay away from the private sector as much as possible, markets do occasionally fail, and when they do government can play a constructive role, as it did in the case of the auto rescue."
Author: Steven Rattner
48. "¿Por qué hizo falta que fuera lastimado hasta el límite de su vida para que me diera cuenta? Porque soy egoísta. Soy una cobarde. Soy el tipo de chica que, cuando podría ser útil de verdad, huiría para seguir con vida y abandonaría a los que no la pudieran seguir para que sufrieran y murieran.."
Author: Suzanne Collins
49. "I want you to read ‘God Sees the Truth, but Waits,' " said Mother. "Tolstoy writes about a man, wrongly accused of a murder, who spends the rest of his life in a prison camp. Twenty-six years later, as a convict in Siberia, he meets the true murderer and has an opportunity to free himself, but chooses not to. His longing for home leaves him and he dies." I ask Mother why this story matters to her. "Each of us must face our own Siberia," she says. "We must come to peace within our own isolation. No one can rescue us. My cancer is my Siberia." Suddenly, two white birds about the size of finches, dart in front of us and land on the snow."
Author: Terry Tempest Williams
50. "Nada querría más que estirar este rato delicioso como un cuento sin principio ni fin, hasta que el mundo fuera otra vez simple y no hubiera tantos cañones apuntándome..."
Author: Xavier Velasco

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It's not bad people I fear so much as good people. When a person is sure that he is good, he is nearly hopeless; he gets cruel- he believes in punishment."
Author: Clarence Darrow

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