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1. "There's a psychological mechanism, I've come to believe, that prevents most of us from imagining the moment of our own death. For if it were possible to imagine fully that instant of passing from consciousness to nonexistence, with all the attendant fear and humiliation of absolute helplessness, it would be very hard to live. It would be unbearably obvious that death is inscribed in everything that constitutes life, that any moment of your existence may be only a breath away from being the last. We would be continuously devastated by the magnitude of that inescapable fact. Still, as we mature into our mortality, we begin to gingerly dip our horror-tingling toes into the void, hoping that our mind will somehow ease itself into dying, that God or some other soothing opiate will remain available as we venture into the darkness of non-being."
Author: Aleksandar Hemon
2. "Idolatry is like love, but less idealized. Its icon is still beautiful, but only charisma makes it attractive enough to be worshipped."
Author: Bauvard
3. "...Charlie still smiled at the urn above the cash register with a gold plaque that said: ASHES OF PROBLEM CUSTOMERS."
Author: Ben Sherwood
4. "My mum and dad had worked incredibly hard to afford me an education."
Author: Benedict Cumberbatch
5. "It's one of the characteristics of a leader that he not doubt for one moment the capacity of the people he's leading to realize whatever he's dreaming. Imagine if Martin Luther King had said, ‘I have a dream. Of course, I'm not sure they'll be up to it."
Author: Benjamin Zander
6. "Shame hates it when we reach out and tell our story. It hates having words wrapped around it- it can't survive being shared. Shame loves secrecy. When we bury our story, the shame metastasizes."
Author: Brené Brown
7. "It's hard to walk away from a winning streak, even harder to leave the table when you're on a losing one."
Author: Cara Bertoia
8. "Whenever I go to Germany I find that my readers have T-shirts with my book covers printed on them. They come to all the events, they have gifts and they come with their families. They are always very open to sharing their personal stories."
Author: Cecelia Ahern
9. "Sarah, honey, I hardly think kidnappers are going to take the time to buy a memento of their stay. I could be wrong, but it seems rather unlikely."
Author: Christine Feehan
10. "Charlie guardò con più attenzione il roditore che la bimba aveva sbattuto sul vassoio, quasi volesse renderne più tenera la carne. La testolina sembrava fradicia. "In bocca. Se lo è messo in bocca". Afferrò una salvietta di carta dal rotolo che teneva sul piano di lavoro e cominciò a strofinare l'interno dell bocca della bimba. Lei canticchiava mentre cercava di mangiare quel pezzo di carta, pensando fosse parte del gioco."In ogni caso, dov'è la signora Ling?""Lei deve andare a prendere la ricetta, così io guardo Sophie per un poco. E piccoli orsi sono felici, mentre io vado al bagno""Criceti, signora Korjev. Non orsi. Quanto tempo c'è rimasta?""Forse cinque minuti. Penso che ho strappo all'ano, a causa di spinte violente"."
Author: Christopher Moore
11. "It is hard to get in the habit of forcing yourself to find three things on a regular basis that you are grateful for."
Author: Deborah Norville
12. "Those without the gate frequently question the wisdom and right of the occultist to guard his knowledge by the imposition of oaths of secrecy. We are so accustomed to see the scientist give his beneficent discoveries freely to all mankind that we feel that humanity is wronged and defrauded if any knowledge be kept secret by its discoverers and not at once made available for all who desire to share in it.The knowledge is reserved in order that humanity may be protected from its abuse at the hands of the unscrupulous."
Author: Dion Fortune
13. "Earth: mostly harmless"
Author: Douglas Adams
14. "Making 'Birdsong,' on the one hand you have how prestigious it is and the reputation of the book, which is something that's an extraordinary piece of work. Sebastian Faulkes is a genius. So you feel that responsibility when you're portraying that character that he's imagined and millions of readers have pictured."
Author: Eddie Redmayne
15. "Out from the servient shoulders of some smooth-tongued Waiter it stares, into the scared dilating pupils of the White Satin Bride with her pledged hand clutching her Bridegroom's sleeve. Up from the gravelly, pick-and-shovel labor of the new-made grave it lifts its weirdly magnetic eyes to the Widow's tears. Down from some petted Princeling's silver-trimmed saddle horse it smiles its electrifying, wistful smile into the Peasant's sodden weariness. Across the slender white rail of an always out-going steamer it stings back into your gray, land-locked consciousness like the tang of a scarlet spray. And the secret of the face, of course, is "Lure"; but to save your soul you could not decide in any specific case whether the lure is the lure of personality, or the lure of physiognomy—a mere accidental, coincidental, haphazard harmony of forehead and cheek-bone and twittering facial muscles."
Author: Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
16. "It's always hard when you've known a person a long time and then you have to recognise that you have nothing left in common but your memories."
Author: Eva Heller
17. "We must get beyond passions, like a great work of art. In such miraculous harmony. We should learn to love each other so much to live outside of time... detached."
Author: Federico Fellini
18. "I'm not going," he said. He held up the Third key like a weapon. Sensing his mood, it grew longer and sharper, till he was holding a trident as long as he was tall... "And anyone who tries to make me is going to suffer." "Twice," added the voice under the table."
Author: Garth Nix
19. "The Missouri is, perhaps, different in appearance and character from all other rivers in the world; there is a terror in its manner which is sensibly felt, the moment we enter its muddy waters from the Mississippi."
Author: George Catlin
20. "Peliharalah baik-baik pekerjaan anda,maka ia akan memelihara anda dengan baik pula."
Author: George Chapman
21. "The world is a multiplicity, a harvest-field, a battle-ground; and thence arises through human contact ways of numbering, or mathematics, ways of tillage, or agriculture, ways of fighting, or military tactics and strategy, and these are incorporated in individuals as habits of life."
Author: George Edward Woodberry
22. "Man looks in the abyss, there's nothing staring back at him. At that moment, man finds his character. And that is what keeps him out of the abyss."
Author: Hal Holbrook
23. "So you're thinking you'd rather not hand me a pistol?''They're dangerous. And illegal. And Chekov is qa writer you can trust.''But this is not a story. We're talking about the real word.'Tamaru narrowed his eyes and looked hard at Aomame. Then, slowly opening his mouth, he said 'Who knows?"
Author: Haruki Murakami
24. "Compassion asks us to go where it hurts, to enter into the places of pain, to share in brokenness, fear, confusion, and anguish. Compassion challenges us to cry out with those in misery, to mourn with those who are lonely, to weep with those in tears. Compassion requires us to be weak with the weak, vulnerable with the vulnerable, and powerless with the powerless. Compassion means full immersion in the condition of being human."
Author: Henri J.M. Nouwen
25. "I love making films, but the best roles are hard to come by."
Author: Hill Harper
26. "Beside her, Oliver is craning his neck to read the signs for customs, already thinking about the next thing, already moving on. Because that's what you do in planes. You share an armrest with someone for a few hours. You exchange stories about your life, an amusing anecdote or two, maybe even a joke. You comment on the weather and remark about the terrible food. And then you say goodbye."
Author: Jennifer E. Smith
27. "A thousand charming words string together in his head in a nanosecond, but he averted his eyes to his empty notebook. Notes? Who really took notes in class? Dawson wanted to see if she would talk to him first.God, he was like a teenage girl. He was so screwed. Bethany slid around in her chair, pulling one leg up against her chest. She twirled a pen in her right hand. "Hey, Dawson." She. Spoke. To. Him. First."
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
28. "I despise the rituals of fake friendship. I wish we could just claw each other's eyes out and call it a day; instead we put on huge radiant smiles and spout compliments until our teeth hurt from the saccharine sweetness of it all."
Author: Jody Gehrman
29. "Imagination, however high it flies,Falls short, however hard it tries.But spirits fit to see deeply invest In what is boundless a boundless trust."
Author: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
30. "The sentiments attributed to Christ are in the Old Testament. They were familiar in the Jewish schools and to all the Pharisees, long before the time of Christ, as they were familiar in all the civilizations of the earth — Egyptian, Babylonian, and Persian, Greek, and Hindu."
Author: Joseph McCabe
31. "The writer has little control over personal temperament, none over historical moment, and is only partly in charge of his or her own aesthetic."
Author: Julian Barnes
32. "You're reluctant to give too much away when you're going to put it out there for other people. It's harder writing your truest fears and loves and guilts, because you're not sure when you're writing the right story."
Author: Kathleen Edwards
33. "Being a mother is quite tiring. There's not much time to do anything. You just rush around and it's hard work."
Author: Kirsty Gallacher
34. "Bull. Look, sometimes certain kinds of pain bring important lessons. Those lessons harden you, prepare you for your life and the only way to learn them, the only way to be a better, stronger and yes, harder person to survive the world outside is to learn those lessons first hand. Pain forges strength."
Author: Lauren Dane
35. "I am so tired, I can hardly type these worfs."
Author: Lemony Snicket
36. "People tend to be exquisitely precise when describing pain. We don't just say it hurts, we say it throbs or aches; it's a burning, wrenching, gnawing sensation; it's sharp or dull; it chafes; it stings. But where pain specifies, joy generalizes. It was great! we say. Terrific! Beautiful! Fantastic!"
Author: Letty Cottin Pogrebin
37. "His guess was confirmed when they approached the well-built harbour of a prosperous town and saw the banners flying from the bastions of the citadel. After the sultry heat of Zarzis, the sailors' hearts were lifted and refreshed by the airy music reaching their ears as they pulled in towards the marble wharf. Only when they docked did they realise that they were listening to the sound of the breeze strumming through countless wind-harps and chiming among webs and lattices of translucent shell. It felt as though the wind that had blown them there was now celebrating their arrival."
Author: Lindsay Clarke
38. "-No voy a dejar que hagas esto –dije.-No me vas a detener.-Su voz era baja, ahora. Indescriptiblemente sexy. Mis ojos revolotearon cerrándose. –Como el infierno que no lo haré –le susurre-.Podría matarte.- Entonces moriría feliz.- No es gracioso.- No estoy bromeando.Abrí los ojos y me centre en los suyos. –Sería más feliz sin ti –le mentí tan convincentemente como pude.-Es una lastima. –La boca de Noah se curvó en la media sonrisa que yo amaba y odiaba tanto, a pocos centímetros de mi ombligo.Mi cabeza estaba nublada. –Se supone que debes decir. "Todo lo que quiero es tu felicidad. Voy a hacer lo que sea, incluso si eso significa estar sin ti."- Lo siento –dijo Noah-. No soy tan buena persona. –Sus manos subieron por el costado de los vaqueros, a mi cintura. Las yemas de sus dedos razonaron la piel justo debajo de la tela de mi camisa. Traté de calmar mi pulso y fallé.- Me quieres –dijo Noah simplemente, en definitiva-. No me mientas. Lo puedo escuchar.- Irrelevante –suspiré."
Author: Michelle Hodkin
39. "TV has gone back to basics, relating to middle class family with real characters, less make-up and simple shots. I feel as an actor it is a delight to work in such shows."
Author: Mona Singh
40. "It is hard to laugh at the need for beauty and romance, no matter how tasteless, even horrible, the results of that need are. But it is easy to sigh. Few things are sadder than the truly monstrous."
Author: Nathanael West
41. "I'm a happy-go-lucky character. I'm not that miserable. But I can never let anyone into my world."
Author: Noel Gallagher
42. "LADY BRACKNELLI had some crumpets with Lady Harbury, who seems to me to be living entirely for pleasure now.ALGERNONI hear her hair has turned quite gold from grief."
Author: Oscar Wilde
43. "The hardships that I encountered in the past will help me succeed in the future."
Author: Philip Emeagwali
44. "In terms of the character itself, I can't really say that I find anything really difficult. I enjoy the character so much I don't perceive difficulty in trying to be him. It's just a matter of how do we get there."
Author: Ron Glass
45. "Now, Mr. Antonio. I understand that there are people who are close to you who want me dead.""No, mija. They don't want you dead.""Then explain this." I handed him the picture.He chuckled again."No, they don't want you dead. That would be too easy. They want revenge."Cold sweat broke out all over me, but I kept my face calm. I looked at him straight in the eye."Well, then they are going to be quite disappointed, aren't they?" I flashed my teeth at him."Senorita, you might want to warn Senor Smith, you see, my nephew he doesn't like to share, and if he sees another man after you, he'll get very, eh, aggressive." The silver fox looked at me and winked."Oh, he won't have to worry." I said as I was walking out the door. "I doubt he will be alive long enough to know Agent Smith."Then I slammed the door."
Author: Rumi Antoinette
46. "It was all very well going on about pure logic and how the universe was ruled by logic and the harmony of numbers, but the plain fact of the matter was that the Disc was manifestly traversing space on the back of a giant turtle and the gods had a habit of going round to atheists' houses and smashing their windows."
Author: Terry Pratchett
47. "Turgenev saw human beings as individuals always endowed with consciousness, character, feelings, and moral strengths and weaknesses; Marx saw them always as snowflakes in an avalanche, as instances of general forces, as not yet fully human because utterly conditioned by their circumstances. Where Turgenev saw men, Marx saw classes of men; where Turgenev saw people, Marx saw the People. These two ways of looking at the world persist into our own time and profoundly affect, for better or for worse, the solutions we propose to our social problems."
Author: Theodore Dalrymple
48. "Having the Stitch character, the villain that becomes a hero, coming from outer space, it took a very difficult and complex story and put it into a simpler, kinder time."
Author: Tia Carrere
49. "They fought their first action in March of 1775. Embarked on eight small ships, they sailed to the Bahamas and captured a British fort near Nassau, seizing gunpowder and supplies. Later, during the Revolutionary War, Marines fought several engagements in their distinctive green coats, such as helping George Washington to cross the Delaware River, and assisting John Paul Jones on the Bonhomme Richard to capture the British frigate Serapis during their famous sea fight."
Author: Tom Clancy
50. "Yeah, you know, within the context of TV families, these are pretty unsavory characters."
Author: Will Arnett

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It is a very strange sensation to inexperience youth to feel itself quite alone the world, cut adrift from every connection, uncertain whether the port to which it is bound can be reached, and prevented by many impediments from returning to that it has quitted. The charm of adventure sweetens that sensation, the glow of pride warms it; but then the throb of fear disturbs it; and fear with me became predominant when half an hour elapsed, and still I was alone."
Author: Charlotte Brontë

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