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151. "Sadness is almost never anything but a form of fatigue."
Author: André Gide
152. "J'étais tombé sur l'un des secrets les mieux gardés sur les Noirs: la plupart d'entre nous n'étaient pas intéressés par la révolte; la plupart d'entre nous étaient fatigués de penser tout le temps au problème racial; si nous préférions rester entre nous, c'était surtout parce que c'était le meilleur moyen d'arrêter d'y penser, que c'était plus facile que de passer notre temps en colère ou à essayer de deviner ce que les Blancs pensaient de nous."
Author: Barack Obama
153. "Addiction, self-sabotage, procrastination, laziness, rage, chronic fatigue, and depression are all ways that we withhold our full participation in the program of life we are offered. When the conscious mind cannot find a reason to say no, the unconscious says no in its own way."
Author: Charles Eisenstein
154. "Releer no es repetirse, es ofrecer una prueba siempre nueva de un amor infatigable."
Author: Daniel Pennac
155. "Fatigues and hardships serve to wean me more from the earth, and will make heaven sweeter."
Author: David Brainard
156. "Maybe it's whiner's fatigue, but I'm getting tired of hearing about how hard it is to start a company and be a CEO. It's not that hard."
Author: David Ulevitch
157. "Leggere mette in moto tutto dentro te: fantasia, emozioni, sentimenti. È un'apertura dei sensi verso il mondo, è un vedere e riconoscere le cose che ti appartengono e che rischiano di non essere viste, fa scoprire l'anima delle cose. Leggere significa trovare le parole giuste, quelle perfette per esprimere ciò a cui non riuscivi a dare forma. Trovare una descrizione a ciò che tu facevi fatica a riassumere. Nei libri le parole degli altri risuonano come un'eco dentro di noi, perché c'erano già."
Author: Fabio Volo
158. "Amor Fati – "Love Your Fate", which is in fact your life."
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
159. "There's a reason humans peg-out around eighty: prose fatigue. It looks like organ failure or cancer or stroke but it's really just the inability to carry on clambering through the assault course of mundane cause and effect. If we ask Sheila then we can't ask Ron. If I have the kippers now then it's quiche for tea. Four score years is about all the ifs and thens you can take. Dementia's the sane realisation you just can't be doing with all that anymore."
Author: Glen Duncan
160. "La fatica e la pena", per ottenere i beni necessari alla vita, e il piacere di "incorporarli" sono così strettamente legati assieme nel ciclo biologico che la perfetta eliminazione della pena e dello sforzo del lavoro non solo spoglierebbe la vita biologica dei suoi piaceri più naturali, ma priverebbe la vita specificamente umana della sua stessa vivacità e vitalità. La condizione umane è tale che la pena e lo sforzo non sono semplici sintomi, che possono essere rimossi senza cambiare la vita stessa; sono piuttosto modi in cui la vita, insieme con la necessità cui è legata, si fa percepire. Per i mortali, la "facile vita degli dei" sarebbe una vita senza vitalità."
Author: Hannah Arendt
161. "You will obtain a vision of matter that is perhaps fatiguing for your imagination, but pure and stripped of what the requirements of life make you add to it in external perception."
Author: Henri Bergson
162. "...her patience was, perhaps, tired out; for this is a virtue which is very apt to be fatigued by exercise."
Author: Henry Fielding
163. "Come sempre all'indomani di ogni catastrofe, ci sarebbero stati nuovi ricchi, uomini pronti a comprare il piacere pagandolo a caro prezzo, perché il loro era denaro facile, ottenuto senza fatica, e l'amore sarebbe stato sempre lo stesso."
Author: Irène Némirovsky
164. "A estrada avança sempre, sempre,A partir da porta onde começou.Agora a estrada chegou muito longeE tenho de segui-la, se puder.De percorrê-la com pés fatigados,Até se fundir noutro caminho maior,Onde se encontram muitos caminhos e missões.E depois, para onde? Não sei dizer."
Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
165. "I did not know, however, that ancient glories imply, at least in the middle of the present century, present fatigue and, quite probably, paranoia; that there is a limit to the role of intelligence in human affairs; and that no people come into possession of a culture without having paid a heavy price for it."
Author: James Baldwin
166. "Even pleasure, you know, is fatiguing…"
Author: Jane Austen
167. "Mrs. Dashwood remained at Norland several months; not from any disinclination to move when the sight of every well known spot ceased to raise the violent emotion which it produced for a while; for when her spirits began to revive, and her mind became capable of some other exertion than that of heightening its affliction by melancholy remembrances, she was impatient to be gone, and indefatigable in her inquiries for a suitable dwelling in the neighbourhood of Norland; for to remove far from that beloved spot was impossible. But she could hear of no situation that at once answered her notions of comfort and ease, and suited the prudence of her eldest daughter, whose steadier judgment rejected several houses as too large for their income, which her mother would have approved."
Author: Jane Austen
168. "Una pareja, pensé, que depende y vive de sus obstáculos: una pareja que se deshará cuando ya no los haya, si es que no la deshacen antes esos mismos obstáculos tan fatigosos y prolongados, que sin embargo tendrán que alimentar y cuidar y procurar hacer eternos, si ya les ha alcanzado el momento de no poder pasarse sin ti y sin mí, o el uno sin el otro."
Author: Javier Marías
169. "La vita è come le montagne russe. Scendi velocemente, rimani a lungo in basso e risali a fatica."
Author: Jean Michel Guenassia
170. "Dumnezeu,asa cum ne este El zugravit in crestinism,ma face sa ma gandesc la Xenofon-considerat de unii ca intemeietorul scolii eleate si cu,orice s-ar spune,un atat de clar ponuntat scepticism-,care spunea ca daca boii si caii si-ar zugravi zeii i-ar infatisa ca boii si caii cei mai alesi.Asa si oamenii,au inzestrat un om cu toate insusirile ce li se pareau lor mai grozave,fiecare din ele impinsa la perfectiune,si au zis:"asta e Dumnezeu"."
Author: Jeni Acterian
171. "Kincaid rounded the far corner. He was dressed in his customary black clothing again, fatigue pants, and a hunting jacket over body armor, and he had enough guns strapped to his body to outfit a terrorist cell, or a Texan nuclear family."
Author: Jim Butcher
172. "But first whom shall we sendIn search of this new world, whom shall we findSufficient? Who shall tempt, with wand'ring feetThe dark unbottomed infinite abyssAnd through the palpable obscure find outHis uncouth way, or spread his aery flightUpborne with indefatigable wingsOver the vast abrupt, ere he arriveThe happy isle?"
Author: John Milton
173. "Move aside Ebola, smallpox, and AIDS; make room for narcolepsy. I would become shunned and avoided. Perhaps thepeople at the casino thought that this fatigue disease was contagious.Just because I yawn and you yawn shortlyafter doesn't mean that you have suddenly been infected with narcolepsy. It would be silly if they had in fact thought this."
Author: John Talmage Mathis
174. "Indeed, the case very often such, by the seeming calls of Providence, as made it extremely difficult for him to do more than his strength would admit of. Yea, his circumstances and the business of his mission...were such that great fatigues and hardships were altogether inevitable."
Author: Jonathan Edwards
175. "Picture us, five floating nudists in oxygen masks, ragged with fatigue and degrees of schock, squeezing the last beads of antifreeze from our hair."
Author: Jonathan Lethem
176. "At first cautiously, later indifferently, at last desperately, I wandered up the stairs and along the pavement of the inextricable palace. (Afterwards I learned that the width and height of the steps were not constant, a fact which made me understand the singular fatigue they produced). 'This palace is a fabrication of the gods,' I thought at the beginning. I explored the uninhabited interiors and corrected myself: ' The gods who built it have died.' I noted its peculiarities and said: 'The gods who built it were mad.' I said it, I know, with an incomprehensible reprobation which was almost remorse, with more intellectual horror than palpable fear......'This City' (I thought) 'is so horrible that its mere existence and perdurance, though in the midst of a secret desert, contaminates the past and the future and in some way even jeopardizes the stars."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
177. "There's got to be a little bit of reality show fatigue happening."
Author: Josh Schwartz
178. "Guardati dall'uomo che lavora sodo per imparare qualcosa, e una volta che l'ha imparato, non diventa più saggio di prima." Ci dice Bokonon."Egli nutre un sentimento omicida per la gente ignorante che non ha dovuto faticare per la propria ignoranza"
Author: Kurt Vonnegut
179. "Fatigue meant nothing when you actually wanted to suffer."
Author: Lev Grossman
180. "Giggling is a plague on the nervous system that I believe is hardwired into some people's physiology and seems to be a reaction to tremendous nerves, fatigue, or self-consciousness. It is rarely a welcome occurrence to the giggler and can feel like going over Niagara Falls without a barrel"
Author: Linda Ronstadt
181. "Paz al sueño de los que tienen tiempo para la lectura. Paz a los fatigados""tengo la sabiduría del condenado a muerte: no tengo cosas que me posean""pregunto: señoras y señores de buena voluntad, ¿la tierra de los hombres es para todos los hombres / como afirmáis? entonces ¿dónde estoy yo, dónde está mi choza? la asamblea me aplaude (...) acaba de aprobar / nuestro derecho a volver, como todos los pollos, como todos los caballos, a un sueño de piedra (...)"
Author: Mahmoud Darwish
182. "...and he would have also to endure his book like a form of fatigue, to accept it like a discipline, build it up like a church, follow it like a medical regime, vanquish it like an obstacle, win it like a friendship, cosset it like a little child, create it like a new world without neglecting those mysteries whose explanation is to be found probably only in worlds other than our own and the presentiment of which is the thing that moves us most deeply in life and in art."
Author: Marcel Proust
183. "...the cooing of pigeons, nesting in the wall outside; shimmering and unexpected like a first hyacinth gently tearing open its nutritious heart to release its flower of sound, mauve and satin-soft, letting into my still dark and shuttered bedroom as through an opened window the warmth, the brightness, the fatigue of a first fine day."
Author: Marcel Proust
184. "Grudge no expense - yield to no opposition - forget fatigue - till, by the strength of prayer and sacrifice, the spirit of love shall have overcome ."
Author: Maria Weston Chapman
185. "There is a fatigue so great that the body cries, even in its sleep. There are times of complete frustration; there are daily small deaths."
Author: Martha Graham
186. "I am by birth a Genevese, and my family is one of the most distinguished of that republic. My ancestors had been for many years counsellors and syndics, and my father had filled several public situations with honour and reputation. He was respected by all who knew him for his integrity and indefatigable attention to public business. He passed his younger days perpetually occupied by the affairs of his country; a variety of circumstances had prevented his marrying early, nor was it until the decline of life that he became a husband and the father of a family."
Author: Mary Shelley
187. "Quando un uomo mangia tre pasti al giorno, diventa pericoloso. Per se stesso e per gli altri. Mangiare troppo rende nervosi. Pasti continui e digestioni faticose creano le guerre. Difficilmente i morti di fame combattono tra loro."
Author: Mauro Corona
188. "La vita é una tale fatica, bambino. E una guerra che si ripete ogni giorno, e i suoi momenti di gioia sono parentesi brevi che si pagano un prezzo crudele."
Author: Oriana Fallaci
189. "Thanks to our cinctures and corsets we have succeeded in making an artificial being out of woman. She is an anomaly, and Nature herself, obedient to the laws of heredity, aids us in complicating and enervating her. We carefully keep her in a state of nervous weakness and muscular inferiority, and in guarding her from fatigue, we take away from her possibilities of development. Thus modeled on a bizarre ideal of slenderness to which, strangely enough, we continue to adhere, our women have nothing in common with us, and this, perhaps, may not be without grave moral and social disadvantages."
Author: Paul Gauguin
190. "On the face of it mass visions, such as the report that seventy thousand pilgrims at Fatima in Portugal in 1917 saw the sun ‘tear itself from the heavens and come crashing down upon the multitude',49 are harder to write off. It is not easy to explain how seventy thousand people could share the same hallucination. But it is even harder to accept that it really happened without the rest of the world, outside Fatima, seeing it too—and not just seeing it, but feeling it as the catastrophic destruction of the solar system, including acceleration forces sufficient to hurl everybody into space."
Author: Richard Dawkins
191. "His polytheistic hankerings were dramatically demonstrated in 1981 when he suffered an assassination attempt in Rome, and attributed his survival to intervention by Our Lady of Fatima: ‘A maternal hand guided the bullet.' One cannot help wondering why she didn't guide it to miss him altogether."
Author: Richard Dawkins
192. "But for the present I would lie there and know I didn't have to get up, and feel the holy emptiness and blessed fatigue of a saint after the dark night of the soul. For God and Nothing have a lot in common. You look either one of Them straight in the eye for a second and the immediate effect on the human constitution is the same."
Author: Robert Penn Warren
193. "Grandpa, I haven't remembered all your stories, but I've written a few of my own adn as soon as the rain stops I'll read them to you. I got the idea from Nena Fatima, I got Grandpa Rafik's voice, I got the veins on your son's upper arms, he's painting coconuts now, I got my mother's melencholy. But still I don't have all the things i'd need to tell my story as one of us: I don't have the courage of the river Drina, or the voice of the hawk, or the rock hard backbone of our mountains, or Walrus's infalibility, or the enthusiasum of the man who misses, honorably. And I don't have Armin the stationmaster, Cika Hasan and Cika Sead in their eternal argument, Kiko's leg, Edin who forgets he's imitating a wolf and takes fright at the sound of his own voice, Cauliflower, the names of trees, a stomache for schnapps, the goals scored in the school yard. But most of all I miss the truth, the truth in which we are no longer listeners or storytellers, but we give and forgive."
Author: Saša Stanišić
194. "As she continually disregards and overrides her body's signals of hunger, fullness, and fatigue, a bulimic woman becomes increasingly disconnected from her subjective experience. Because she does not heed her own needs, desires, preferences, and limits, she grows ever more reliant upon external gauges to guide her life"."
Author: Sheila M. Reindl
195. "The damage, the fatigue, the imperfections. That's how they recognize me; Why I belong to them."
Author: Suzanne Collins
196. "I feel occasionally my skull will crack, fatigue is continuous - I only go from less exhausted to more exhausted & back again."
Author: Sylvia Plath
197. "The relative ease of most driving lures us into thinking we can get away with doing other things. Indeed, those other things, like listening to the radio, can help when driving itself is threatening to cause fatigue. But we buy into the myth of multitasking with little actual knowledge of how much we can really add in or, as with the television news, how much we are missing. As the inner life of the driver begins to come into focus, it is becoming clear not only that distraction is the single biggest problem on the road but that we have little concept of just how distracted we are."
Author: Tom Vanderbilt
198. "I can live a totally normal life and do everything I want to do just as long as I take my medication. My body will give me signals if it gets weak or fatigued, so I know when I need to take a break."
Author: Toni Braxton
199. "L'homme n'est fait pas pour travailler, la preuve c'est que cela le fatigue."
Author: Voltaire
200. "Beyond the very extreme of fatigue and distress, we may find amounts of ease and power we never dreamed ourselves to own; sources of strength never taxed at all because we never push through the obstruction"
Author: William James

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