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1. "Jika masyarakat sudah dibuat tidak meyakini kebenaran ajaran agama, maka yang akan dijadikan pegangan adalah akal manusia semata atau hawa nafsu mereka. Tidak ada standar kebenaran. Pada ketika itulah masyarakat akan terseret ke dalam arus nilai yang serba relatif dan temporal. Kebenaran tergantung pada kesepakatan. Agama tidak diberi hak untuk campur tangan untuk menentukan baik dan buruk di tengah masyarakat. (Hal.17)"
Author: Adian Husaini
2. "En tant qu'écrivain, j'ai toujours eu horreur de certaines complaisances ; en tant qu'homme, je crois que les aspects repoussants de notre condition, s'ils sont inévitables, doivent être seulement affrontés en silence. Mais lorsque le silence, ou les ruses du langage, contribuent à Maintenir un abus qui doit être réformé ou un malheur qui peut être soulagé, il n'y a pas d'autre solution que de parler clair et de montrer l'obscénité qui se cache sous le manteau des mots."
Author: Albert Camus
3. "Manusia dibebani harapan, cita-cita dan tanggungjawab dalam kehidupan. Sejak jejaka hingga tua, mereka berperanan mencipta, mengatur dan membina benda, yang dinamakan peradaban lahiriah. Mereka diasuh dan mengasuh, dalam proses pertumbuhan tamadun fikir. Tetapi mereka itu juga - semua lahir dari ibu - sudah, sedang dan masih akan jadi pemusnah benda dan berbunuhan sesama manusia, membunuh fauna dan menghancurkan flora."
Author: Arena Wati
4. "It's time to create an Economic Growth Code whose purpose is to fix and grow the economy, not redistribute massive amounts of wealth."
Author: Ari Fleischer
5. "Science knows only one commandment - contribute to science."
Author: Bertolt Brecht
6. "Me refiero al error de hablar y tratar no con el hombre mismo sino con el retrato -casi el <>- que nos hemos hecho de él in mente. Y tiene que desviarse enormemente de este retrato para que lleguemos a darnos cuenta siquiera de ello. En la vida real las palabras y actos humanos, si bien se mira, pocas veces salen de un personaje o de lo que nosotros atribuimos a su personaje. (Y ésta es una de las cosas en que la vida se diferencia de las novelas) Siempre le queda en la manga alguna carta que desconocíamos."
Author: C.S. Lewis
7. "Public policy in the twentieth century was about protecting and expanding the social compact, based on recognition that effective government at the federal level provides rules and services and safety measures that contribute to a better society."
Author: Carl Bernstein
8. "We sang, we danced, we talked, we laughed, we ate, we drank, but most of all we shared our contributions and I learned, that Lughnasadh night, that true gifts come from the heart and not necessarily from the purse."
Author: Carole Carlton
9. "Mark Spitz had met plenty of the divine-retribution folks over the months. This was their moment; they were umbrella salesmen standing outside a subway entrance in a downpour. The human race deserved the plague, we brought it on ourselves for poisoning the planet, for the Death of God, the calculated brutalities of the global economic system, for driving primordial species to extinction: the entire collapse of values as evidenced by everything from nuclear fission to reality television to alternate side of the street parking. Mark Spitz could only endure these harangues for a minute or two before he split. It was boring.The plague was the plague. You were wearing galoshes, or you weren't."
Author: Colson Whitehead
10. "It is extremely dangerous to talk about limits or borders. It is vital, instead, that we remain completely open, that we are always involved, and that we aim to contribute personally in social events."
Author: Dario Fo
11. "Paramount Pictures is a perfect partner for Electric Entertainment, with the most stable group of executives in Hollywood and unparalleled global promotion and distribution reach."
Author: Dean Devlin
12. "Keluar dari sini, aku berharap bisa berbahagia untuk Ibu. Untuk Pak Ridwan. Untuk Hara. Untuk diriku sendiri karena keluargaku sudah ada yang mengayomi. Namun, sejenak saja di sekat kecil wartel ini, aku ingin menangis untuk Ayah. Untuk ketiadaannya. Untuk rumah mungil kami yang sebentar lagi tidak berpenghuni. Untuk lembar lain sebuah masa."
Author: Dee
13. "The countless number of influential figures in American history who are of Caribbean heritage indicates the need to set aside a designated time to celebrate their contribution to our country."
Author: Eliot Engel
14. "There's always risk. But I'm going to come in and play hard. I want to come in and contribute."
Author: Eric Lindros
15. "The spread of BSE [mad cow disease] in Europe has revealed how secret alliances between agribusiness and government can endanger the public health. It has shown how the desire for profit can overrule every other consideration. British agricultural officials were concerned as early as 1987 that eating meat from BSE-infected cattle might pose a risk to human beings. That information was suppressed for years, and the possibility of any health risk was strenuously denied, in order to protect exports of British beef. Scientists who disagreed with the official line were publicly attacked and kept off government committees investigating BSE. Official denials of the truth delayed important health measures."
Author: Eric Schlosser
16. "Es esmu loti slikts biedrs, Robij.""To es ceru," saciju. "Es ari negribu sievieti par biedru. Es gribu milako.""Ta es ari neesmu," vina nomurminaja."Kas tad tu esi?""Ne puse, ne kas vesels. Tikai fragments...""Ta ari vislabak," es teicu. "Tas ierosina fantaziju. Tadas sievietes var mužam milet. Gatavas sievietes driz apnik. Vertigas ari. Fragmenti nekad."
Author: Erich Maria Remarque
17. "Seek not proud riches, but such as thou mayest get justly, use soberly, distribute cheerfully, and leave contentedly."
Author: Francis Bacon
18. "Instead of fostering the kind of dialogue in the boardroom that has in part contributed to our success, the board has inappropriately chosen to silence my concerns through termination as an executive officer."
Author: George Zimmer
19. "Accustomed to the calm aspects of things, she turned, instead, toward the more tumultuous. She loved the sea only for its storms, and greenery only when it grew up here and there among ruins. She needed to derive from things a sort of personal gain; and she rejected as useless everything that did not contribute to the immediate gratification of her heart, — being by temperament more sentimental than artistic, in search of emotions and not landscapes."
Author: Gustave Flaubert
20. "Building a good, stable, and productive China-U.S. relationship is in our mutual interest of our two countries and our two peoples, and also contributes to peace and development."
Author: Hu Jintao
21. "The Earth," he said, "is a large and very complex lifeboat. We still do not know what can or can't be done with a proper distribution of resources and it is notorious that to this very day we have not really made an effort to distribute them. In many places on Earth, food is wasted daily, and it is that knowledge that drives hungry men mad."
Author: Isaac Asimov
22. "The greatest tribute one can give to a writer is that it is simply enough to read him."
Author: Isaac Goldberg
23. "Nduk, sekolah nang SMP iku mesti. Koen kudu sekolah. Uripmu cek gak soro koyok aku, Nduk! Aku gak lulus SD. Gak iso opo-opo. Aku mek iso masak tok. Ojo koyok aku yo Nduk! Cukup aku ae sing gak sekolah...," kata Ibuk."
Author: Iwan Setyawan
24. "Buk, jangan nangis lagi ya. Kalau Bayek sudah besar, Bayek janji akan membahagiakan Ibuk. Bayek janji, ikrar Bayek dalam hati."
Author: Iwan Setyawan
25. "You always want to get at-bats. You always want to contribute."
Author: Jim Thome
26. "But effective regulation at the European Union level can make a massive contribution to achieving our shared goals of improving competitiveness, jobs and growth."
Author: John Hutton
27. "The critics often invent authors; they select two dissimilar works - the Tao Te Ching and the 1001 Nights, say - attribute them to the same writer and then determine most scrupulously the psychology of this interesting homme de lettres..."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
28. "If in large part we were concerned only with making it through another day without getting laid off, there was a smaller part just hoping to leave for the night without contributing to someone's lifetime of hurt."
Author: Joshua Ferris
29. "Siapa gerangan yang menciptakan diorama? Apakah sejak semula itu dibuat untuk alat informasi, pendidikan, propaganda, atau hiburan? Atau semuanya sekaligus? Apakah penciptanya kelak tahu bahwa diorama bisa digunakan secara efektif sebagai dongeng bagi anak-anak sekolah, tentang bagaimana negeri ini terbentuk menjadi sebuah negeri penuh luka dan paranoia?"
Author: Leila S. Chudori
30. "A wonderful realization will be the day you realize that you are unique in all the world. There is nothing that is an accident. You are a special combination for a purpose -- and don't let them tell you otherwise, even if they tell you that purpose is an illusion. (Live an illusion if you have to). You are that combination so that you can do what is essential for you to do. Don't ever believe that you have nothing to contribute. The world is an incredibly unfulfilled tapestry. And only you can fulfill that tiny space that is yours."
Author: Leo Buscaglia
31. "Every argument for God and every attribute ascribed to Him rests on a false metaphysical premise. None can survive for a moment on a correct metaphysics....Existence exists, and only existence exists. Existence is a primary: it is uncreated, indestructible, eternal. So if you are to postulate something beyond existence—some supernatural realm—you must do it by openly denying reason, dispensing with definitions, proofs, arguments, and saying flatly, "To Hell with argument, I have faith." That, of course, is a willful rejection of reason.Objectivism advocates reason as man's sole means of knowledge, and therefore, for the reasons I have already given, it is atheist. It denies any supernatural dimension presented as a contradiction of nature, of existence. This applies not only to God, but also to every variant of the supernatural ever advocated or to be advocated. In other words, we accept reality, and that's all."
Author: Leonard Peikoff
32. "A cupcake temple?' Her chest still tight with anxiety, Bertie forced herself to imagine it: bricks of pound cake mortared with buttercream and chocolate ganache, torches like striped birthday candles set into the walls, pilgrims upon the Path of Delectable Righteousness delivering daily tributes of almond paste and raspberry filling. . . ."
Author: Lisa Mantchev
33. "There's no question that many factors contribute to voters' perceptions about debates and who wins and who loses."
Author: Mark McKinnon
34. "American youth attributes much more importance to arriving at driver's license age than at voting age."
Author: Marshall McLuhan
35. "The universe shudders in horror that we have this infinitely valuable, infinitely deep, infinitely rich, infinitely wise, infinitely loving God, and instead of pursuing him with steadfast passion and enthralled fury — instead of loving him with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength; instead of attributing to him glory and honor and praise and power and wisdom and strength — we just try to take his toys and run. It is still idolatry to want God for his benefits but not for himself."
Author: Matt Chandler
36. "Kingdoms were often handed over to adolescents, whose absolute power fascinated them as might a game. Hardly grown out of the age in which it is fun to tear the wings from flies, they might now amuse themselves by tearing the heads from men. Too young to fear or even imagine death, they would not hesitate to distribute it around them."
Author: Maurice Druon
37. "Your life will contribute to a grand and wonderful story no matter what you do. You have been spoken. You are here, existing, choosing, living, shaping the future and carving the past. Your physical matter and your soul exist, not out of necessity, not voluntarily, and not under their own strength. There is absolutely nothing that you or I can do to guarantee that we will continue to exist. You aren't doing anything that makes you be. We aren't the Author. You and I are spoken. We have been called into this art as characters, born into this thread of occurrence tumbling downstream in the long Niagara of loss set in motion by the trouble that faced our first father and first mother. We will contribute to this narrative. But how?"
Author: N.D. Wilson
38. "All merely graceful attributes are usually the most evanescent."
Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne
39. "The internet, as its proponents rightly remind us, makes for variety and convenience; it does not force anything upon you. Only it turns out it doesn't feel like that at all. We don't feel as if we had freely chosen our online practices. We feel instead that they are habits we have helplessly picked up or that history has enforced, that we are not distributing our attention as we intend or even like to"
Author: Nicholas Carr
40. "I can establish the expectation of retributive justice. Have we done that? No."
Author: Paddy Ashdown
41. "I mean, if a person acts irresponsibly in his own life, he will pay the consequences. And it's not so much divine retribution as it's built into the law of nature."
Author: Pat Robertson
42. "If you join government, calmly make your contribution and move on. Don't go along to get along; do your best and when you have to - and you will - leave, and be something else."
Author: Peggy Noonan
43. "Forests and meat animals compete for the same land. The prodigious appetite of the affluent nations for meat means that agribusiness can pay more than those who want to preserve or restore the forest. We are, quite literally, gambling with the future of our planet – for the sake of hamburgers"
Author: Peter Singer
44. "Instead, our system of "corrections" is about arm's-length revenge and retribution, all day and all night. Then its overseers wonder why people leave prison more broken than when they went in."
Author: Piper Kerman
45. "If you have a private firm and you spend a ton of money to pay employees, but what you produce is a flop, there will be no value to GDP. But government spending all gets counted as contributing to economic growth. That's why in the early days of creating these measurements, some people didn't want to count government spending."
Author: Robert Higgs
46. "We must agree on what matters: kissing in public places, bacon sandwiches, disagreement, cutting-edge fashion, literature, generosity, water, a more equitable distribution of the world's resources, movies, music, freedom of thought, beauty, love."
Author: Salman Rushdie
47. "Every character is asking: 'What's my place? Why am I here? I don't want the answer to be 'Just because.' You find your own purpose. Each finds the reason to be here and how to contribute."
Author: Sharon Creech
48. "Mirabelle's ambition is about one-tenth of 1 percent of what would be called normal. ... She is not aware that some people fight like alley cats for desirable situations. She presents a résumé, fills out an application, waits, and finally makes a call to see if she got the job. Usually, a confused secretary will answer and say that the position had been filled weeks ago. This aimlessness in presenting herself contributes to her feeling of being adrift."
Author: Steve Martin
49. "So we may well believe that the King's men were shriven on the night before they fought. Something of the young man's vision had penetrated to his captains and his soldiers. Something of the new ideal of the Round Table which was to be born in pain, something about doing a hateful and dangerous action for the sake of decency--for they knew that the fight was to be fought in blood and death without reward. They would get nothing but the unmarketable conscience of having done what they ought to do in spite of fear--something which wicked people have often debased by calling it glory with too much sentiment, but which is glory all the same. This idea was in the hearts of the young men who knelt before the God-distributing bishops--knowing that the odds were three to one, and that their own warm bodies might be cold at sunset."
Author: T.H. White
50. "Clearly," I said, "we should choose not to have good sense, if that good sense contributes to our misery." Everyone agreed with me, and yet I found no one who wanted to accept the bargain of becoming ignorant in order to become content. From this I concluded that though we greatly value happiness, we place even greater value on reason.But yet, upon reflection, it seems that to prefer reason to happiness is to be quite insane."
Author: Voltaire

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