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101. "Ayah adalah yang teristimewa di duniasebab dari keringatnyaia memberi tapakuntuk melangkah."
Author: Abdurahman Faiz
102. "Dia mampu berikan segalanya pada you, dari semanis-manis kebahagiaan sampailah sepahit-pahit kehidupan."
Author: Aisya Sofea
103. "I suppose the most daring thing I've ever done is try to water ski. And that was not successful."
Author: Andre Leon Talley
104. "Ah, ayahmu, Ikal ..., diundang pelantikan bupati pun baju safarinya tak dia pakai. Hanya untukmu, Ikal, yang terbaik darinya selalu hanya untukmu."
Author: Andrea Hirata
105. "KIta memang tak bisa percaya pada ingatan. Jika ada yang lebih tak pasti daripada masa depan, ia adalah masa lalu."
Author: Avianti Armand
106. "And there was a real shedding of the old dogma, like boundaries of morality were being broken down and everybody was into the new party mode of just loving on each other. Which destroyed thousands of us. I lost 16 of my personal friends through that lifestyle."
Author: Barry McGuire
107. "Nothing - really, absolutely nothing - says more about Victorian Britain and its capacity for brilliance than that the century's most daring and iconic building was entrusted to a gardener."
Author: Bill Bryson
108. "Girls are really looking to places that have limits and boundaries: where adults are the adults and there are rules, and where they feel safe."
Author: Caitlin Flanagan
109. "Someone ought to write a novel about me," said Lebedeva loftily. "I shouldn't care if they lied to make it more interesting, as long as they were good lies, full of kisses and daring escapes and the occasional act of barbarism. I can't abide a poor liar."
Author: Catherynne M. Valente
110. "By choosing recovery and risking to be real, we set the healthy boundaries that say, "I am in charge of my recovery and my life, and no one else on this Earth is."
Author: Charles L. Whitfield
111. "Concord, solidarity, and mutual help are the most important means of enabling animal species to survive."
Author: Christian Lous Lange
112. "Each of us is trapped in a place, a time and a circumstance and our attempt to use our mind to transcend those boundaries are more often than not ineffective."
Author: Daniel Gilbert
113. "?God remains silent so that men and women may speak, protest, and struggle. God remains silent so that people may really become people. When God is silent and men and women cry, God cries in solidarity with them but doesn't intervene. God waits for the shouts of protest."
Author: Elsa Tamez
114. "All serious daring starts from within."
Author: Eudora Welty
115. "Mengapa ketika manusia diberi sedikit kekuasaan, dia akan mempergunakan lebih dari seharusnya?"
Author: Evi Sri Rezeki
116. "I have my team. Like if you see everyone around me - I have my hair and makeup girl, my assistant. They're very calm, they're all about positive energy. There're no drama queens. Everyone wants everyone else to have a positive experience. There are no agendas. I think it creates a healthy environment and there are no boundaries to cross."
Author: Fergie
117. "I felt like an apostle of the obvious and people imagined that I was doing something daring."
Author: George Weinberg
118. "Reading is a sage way to bump up against life. Reading may be an escape, but it is not an escape from my own life and problems.  It is an escape from the narrow boundaries of being only me. Reading in some wonderful ways helps me find out who I am. When she was a young girl Patricia MacLachlan's mother encouraged her to "read a book and find out who you are." And it is true that in some ways reading defines me as it refines me. Reading enlarges my vision of the world; it helps me understand someone who is different from me. It makes me bigger on the inside. We tend to see the world from our own perspective; it is good to see it from the eyes of others. Good literature helps me understand who I am in relation to what others experience. Far from being an escape from reality, good literature is a window into reality. I read to feel life."
Author: Gladys Hunt
119. "Terlambat lebih baik daripada tidak sama sekali."
Author: Irin Sintriana
120. "For instance, dragons are deeply revered by the Chinese. According to legend they have megapowers that include weather control and life creation. And they're seen as kind, benevolent creatures. Funny. Every fairy tale I'd ever heard involving dragons starred daring knights trotting off to kill said dragons. Probably the real reason every time East meets West they get pissed off and throw tea in our faces."
Author: Jennifer Rardin
121. "Nevertheless, we react to one a bit differently than we do to Rothko's hovering panels or Barnett Newman's stripes, though Whistler does approach their extremity of abstraction; part of our pleasure lies in recognizing bridges and buildings in the mist, and in sensing the damp riverine silence, the glimmering metropolitan presence. … The painting - a single blurred stripe of urban shore - is additionally daring in that the sky and sea are no shade of blue, but, instead, an improbable, pervasive cobalt green. Human vision is here taken to its limits, and modern painting, as a set of sensations realized in paint, is achieved."
Author: John Updike
122. "In a way, Darius brings the vampire back to a more classical interpretation. A modern day Dracula who is charming, sensual, and completely monstrous. There is no pretense of humanity with him. He considers himself a member of a species that is the true apex predator of the world, feeding on humans and using them as puppets for their own bizarre games. He's not struggling with any inner angst. Most humans are either food, entertainment, or useful tools to him. Sometimes all three. He finds the modern popular interpretation of vampires both amusing and useful for his own agenda."
Author: Julie Ann Dawson
123. "It dawned on her in that moment that what she had loved so much when she heard the harp's music and then began to play in the midst of the storm was this sense or suggestion of a place, a world without such rules. A place where boundaries simply did not exist, but living things moved freely, in a limitless space, and yet were still connected to everything in much the same way the harp's music enveloped all the people in the music room last night. Page: 159 - 160"
Author: Kathryn Lasky
124. "With my feelings, I hold a lot in, because I didn't always have boundaries and people would take advantage of situations because I'm a nice guy."
Author: Kellan Lutz
125. "Before I could purposefully kill the mood, Luke did it for me. "Fuck. You guys havin' a sit down with Darius or an orgy in reception?"
Author: Kristen Ashley
126. "Political prisoners describe:- extreme physical and emotional torture- distortion of language, truth, meaning and reality- sham killings- begin repeatedly taken to the point of death or threatened with death- being forced to witness abusive acts on others- being forced to make impossible "choices"- boundaries smashed i.e. by the use of forced nakedness, shame, embarrassment- hoaxes, 'set ups', testing and tricks- being forced to hurt othersRitual abuse survivors often describe much the same things."
Author: Laurie Matthew
127. "People think boundaries and borders build nations. Nonsense-words do. Beliefs, declarations, constitutions-words. Stories. Myths. Lies. Promises. History"
Author: Libba Bray
128. "Because we're not free when there are no boundaries-we're in great danger."
Author: Lynn Austin
129. "I actually consider myself as totally privileged to be able to serve science and medicine in a global fashion, because science and medicine know no boundaries."
Author: Magdi Yacoub
130. "The same energy of character which renders a man a daring villain would have rendered him useful in society, had that society been well organized."
Author: Mary Wollstonecraft
131. "Poetry restores language by breaking it, and I think that much contemporary writing restores fantasy, as a genre of writing in contrast to a genre of commodity or a section in a bookstore, by breaking it. Michael Moorcock revived fantasy by prying it loose from morality; writers like Jeff VanderMeer, Stepan Chapman, Lucius Shepard, Jeffrey Ford, Nathan Ballingrud are doing the same by prying fantasy away from pedestrian writing, with more vibrant and daring styles, more reflective thinking, and a more widely broadcast spectrum of themes."
Author: Michael Cisco
132. "Cosmopolitan theology that longs for the Kindom of God seeks to recover its revolutionary universalizing ethos in terms of hospitality, neighbor-love, and multiple solidarities that one can see in Jesus' teaching and ministry, without any imperialist, kyriarchcal, hierarchical implications"
Author: Namsoon Kang
133. "Bahagia itu sederhana, mampu mengambil hikmah dari cobaan orang lain, tidak harus menunggu cobaan menimpa kita"
Author: Nuci Priatni
134. "I do so love the art of severing boundaries"
Author: Poppet
135. "Jangan anggap remeh si manusia, yang kelihatannya begitu sederhana;biar penglihatanmu setajam elang, pikiranmu setajam pisau cukur, perabaanmu lebih peka dari para dewa, pendengaran dapat menangkap musik dan ratap-tangis kehidupan; pengetahuanmu tentang manusia takkan bakal bisa kemput(Bumi Manusia, h. 119)"
Author: Pramoedya Ananta Toer
136. "Apa yan pernah diberikan Belanda kepada rakyat? Mereka datang ke sini bukan untuk memberi, tetapi untuk meminta! Rakyat mendapat apa yang dicarinya sendiri, sejak dulu si Belanda lah yan malahan mendapat sebagian besar dari nasi yang dicari oleh rakyat. Apa yang diberikan Belanda kepada rakyat?"
Author: Pramoedya Ananta Toer
137. "Artiku tidak bergantung dari kehadiranku, tetapi pada cintaku dan cinta yang diberikan kepadaku yang tak akan pernah tak hadir. Karenanya, sekali aku menyalakan rumah ini, nyala itu akan tetap tak akan pernah padam."
Author: Putu Wijaya
138. "What the hell?" I asked. Is this daring escape being sponsored by Honda?"
Author: Richelle Mead
139. "Few will have the greatness to bend history itself, but each of us can work to change a small portion of events. It is from numberless diverse acts of courage and belief that human history is shaped. Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance."
Author: Robert F. Kennedy
140. "Bacalah satu bab dari bukuku, bentangkan rahsia tenaga ciptaan darinya"
Author: Rumi
141. "Keputusan yang salah dari sebuah musyawarah, jauh lebih baik daripada pendapat pribadi, betapapun benarnya""Bersabarlah, dalam syuraa, juga dalam dekapan ukhuwah"
Author: Salim Akhukum Fillah
142. "Those who would renegotiate the boundaries between church and state must therefore answer a difficult question: why would we trade a system that has served us so well for one that has served others so poorly?"
Author: Sandra Day O'Connor
143. "Looking at my life through the lens of history has made me increasingly grateful to standout women who pushed those boundaries to make the changes from which I have benefited."
Author: Sara Sheridan
144. "Aku berharap bisa menghindarimu. namun, kamu selalu ada di tempat yang aku tuju"
Author: Sefryana Khairil
145. "Christians can no longer refer to 'our troops' or 'our history' because of their new identity. Fabricated boundaries and walls are removed for the Christian. One's neighbor is not only from Chicago but also from Baghdad. One's brother or sister in the church could be from Iran or California--no difference! Our family is transnational and borderless; we are in Iraq, and we are in Palestine. And if we are indeed to become born again, we will have to begin talking like it, changing the meaning of we, us, my, and our."
Author: Shane Claiborne
146. "Aku lebih memedulikan apa yang kausukai dan kauinginkan daripada apa yang kauterima dan lakukan"
Author: Stephen King
147. "How can you have boundaries if you fly? Those ants of yours—and the humans too—would have to stop fighting in the end, if they took to the air." "I like fighting," said the Wart. "It is knightly." "Because you're a baby."
Author: T.H. White
148. "Cuando haces una obra de caridad, on en mi caso de solidaridad, te sientes con derecho a ser como eres y tener lo que tienes. Ya pagaste tu impuesto, ¿ajá?"
Author: Xavier Velasco
149. "O, mighty, divinely delimited wisdom of walls, boundaries! I is perhaps the most magnificent of all inventions. Man ceased to be a wild animal only when he build the first wall. Men ceased to be a wild man only when we built the Green Wall, only when, by means of that wall, we isolated our perfect machine world from the irrational, ugly world of trees, birds, and animals..."
Author: Yevgeny Zamyatin
150. "Sejarah yang difalsifikasi akan membebani para sejarawan sendiri kerana mereka harus membersihkan sejarah dari berbagai deviasi, intervensi dan manipulasi supaya lebih mendekati realitas objektif."
Author: Yusri Abdul Ghani Abdullah

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Scully-''I screwed up.' Her hands again. 'Damnit, I screwed up.''Nope' [Mulder] said... 'If I was dead, then you would have screwed up.' She saw the grin. 'Then I'd have to haunt you.''Mulder that's not funny.''But you don't believe in ghosts and goblins..."
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