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151. "If you use Facebook - as I do - Facebook in all likelihood has a unique digital file of your face, one that can be as accurate as a fingerprint and that can be used to identify you in a photo of a large crowd."
Author: Al Franken
152. "Then came the time for the evening visit to the toilet, for which, in all likelihood, you had waited, all atremble, all day. How relieved, how eased, the whole world suddenly became! How the great questions all simplified themselves at the same instant---did you feel it?"
Author: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
153. "We've had risk assessments performed by Harvard University, which said that even if we did have a small number of cases in this country that the likelihood of it spreading or getting into any kind of human health problem is very, very small."
Author: Ann Veneman
154. "Important în via?a este sa nu gânde?ti prea mult. La naiba cu toate filozofiile ?i cu toate psiholgiile! Natura a hotarât ca la o anumita perioada a vie?ii lui omul sa iubeasca."
Author: Anton Chekhov
155. "Velike price su one koje smo culi i želimo da ih cujemo ponovo. One u koje ulazimo kad nam se prohte. U kojima se na svakom mestu osecamo ugodno. Koje nas ne obmanjuju uzbudenjima i naglim preokretima na kraju. Koje nas ne iznenaduju nepredvidenim dogadajima. Poznate poput domova u kojima živimo. Poput mirisa kože naših ljubavnika. Kraj nam je poznat, ali slušamo kao da nije. Kao što znamo da cemo jednog dana umreti, a živimo kao da necemo. U Velikim pricama zna se ko živi, ko mre, ko pronalazi ljubav, ko ne. A opet, želimo da saznamo ponovo. U tome je njihova tajna i njihova carolija."
Author: Arundhati Roy
156. "Within a system which denies the existence of basic human rights, fear tends to be the order of the day. Fear of imprisonment, fear of torture, fear of death, fear of losing friends, family, property or means of livelihood, fear of poverty, fear of isolation, fear of failure. A most insidious form of fear is that which masquerades as common sense or even wisdom, condemning as foolish, reckless, insignificant or futile the small, daily acts of courage which help to preserve man's self-respect and inherent human dignity. It is not easy for a people conditioned by fear under the iron rule of the principle that might is right to free themselves from the enervating miasma of fear. Yet even under the most crushing state machinery courage rises up again and again, for fear is not the natural state of civilized man."
Author: Aung San Suu Kyi
157. "Balance out the good things and the bad that have happened in your life and you will have to acknowledge that you are still way ahead. You are unhappy because you have lost those things in which you took pleasure? But you can also take comfort in the likelihood that what is now making you miserable will also pass away."
Author: Boethius
158. "Psihopatologia stie cu suficienta siguranta ce îi poate face inconstientul constiintei."
Author: C.G. Jung
159. "Rijeci i misterij njihova skrivena znacenja fascinirali su me i doživljavao sam ih kao kljuc kojim se može otkljucati beskrajni svijet na sigurnome od one kuce, onih ulica i onih tmurnih dana u kojima sam cak i ja mogao naslutiti da me ceka oskudna sreca."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
160. "Me kulutamme melkein koko elämämme utelemalla kaikenlaista joutavaa. Sen sijaan on asioita joiden luulisi kovastikin kiihottavan ihmisten uteliaisuutta, mutta ne eivät heidän päivittäisestä elämänmenostaan päätellen näytä kiinnostavan heitä ensinkään.Missä ovat kuolleet ystävämme?Miksi me olemme täällä?Tulemmeko me jostain?Mitä on vapaus?Voiko se olla sopusoinnussa Sallimuksen säädösten kanssa?Onko sielujen luku rajallinen vai rajaton?Entä asuttavien maailmojen luku?Jne..., jne..."
Author: Charles Baudelaire
161. "I'm a novelist, that's how I make my livelihood, and I concentrate on the novels."
Author: David Mitchell
162. "Cagey trial lawyers have figured out there's a pretty good likelihood their case - no matter what its merit - will literally get its day in court because of favorable judges."
Author: Dennis Hastert
163. "There's also a possibility that the landlord is in there right now, wearing women's undergarments. Or a drug addict is inside stealing jewelry.Or a boatload of recent Chinese immigrants without a television watching Russia play Finland in hockey and placing bets over beer. You have no idea what's behind that door. You can't just pick the options within your field of vision. Reality comes from everywhere. At best, you can narrow down the likelihoods. But in the end, it's not a matter of deduction. It's a matter of fact. One bullet will kill you if you're stupid or unlucky. So at least don't be stupid"
Author: Derek B. Miller
164. "...and also with sufficient good judgment to appreciate that while he might enjoy the contemplation of his superiority to the masses, there was little likelihood of the masses being equally entranced by the same cause."
Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs
165. "What's the likelihood? That the one girl who makes my heart race is the one girl who wants me in return? That the accident of my attraction coincides with the accident of hers?"
Author: Eleanor Catton
166. "Nu esti un psiholog bun daca tu insuti nu esti un subiect de studiat daca materialul tau psihic nu ofera zilnic o complexitate si un inedit care sa excite curiozitatea ta continua. Nu te poti initia in misterul altuia daca tu insuti n-ai un mister in care sa te initiezi. Pentru a fi psiholog trebuie sa fii atat de nefericit incat sa pricepi fericirea si atat de rafinat incat sa poti deveni oricand barbar ... Simtul psihologic este expresia unei vieti care se contempla pe sine in fiecare momentu si care in celelalte vieti vede numai oglinzi."
Author: Emil Cioran
167. "Borovi su šaptali i vjetar im se pridružio i poceli su pjevati: „Malo Drvo se vratio... Malo Drvo se vratio! Poslušajte našu pjesmu! Malo Drvo je opet s nama! Malo Drvo je došao kuci!"Najprije su tiho pjevušili, pa su pjevali sve glasnije i potok je isto pjevao s njima. Psi su to culi, prestali su njušiti tlo i stajali naculjenih ušiju i slušali. Psi su znali; prišli su mi i legli oko mene zadovoljni.Cijeli taj kratki zimski dan proveo sam ležeci na mom tajnom mjestu.Moja duša više nije osjecala bol. Bio sam opran od svega pjesmom vjetra i drveca i potoka i ptica, punom ljubavi. Oni nisu razumjeli ni marili kako misli tjelesna pamet, kao što ni ljudi koji misle samo tjelesnom pamecu ne razumiju i ne mare za njih. I zato mi nisu govorili o paklu, niti da sam kopile, i nisu uopce govorili o zlu. Oni nisu znali za takve rijeci niti što one znace. I nakon nekog vremena, i ja sam ih zaboravio."
Author: Forrest Carter
168. "Wish to deal with my most distinguished contemporaries, not personally or in a merely literary manner, but in relation to the real body of doctrine which they teach. I am not concerned with Mr. Rudyard Kipling as a vivid artist or a vigorous personality; I am concerned with him as a Heretic — that is to say, a man whose view of things has the hardihood to differ from mine. I am not concerned with Mr. Bernard Shaw as one of the most brilliant and one of the most honest men alive; I am concerned with him as a Heretic — that is to say, a man whose philosophy is quite solid, quite coherent, and quite wrong."
Author: G.K. Chesterton
169. "If the world were full of the self-seeking individuals found in economics textbooks, it would grind to a halt because we would be spending most of our time cheating, trying to catch the cheaters, and punishing the caught. The world works as it does only because people are not the totally self seeking agents that free-market economics believes them to be. We need to design an economic system that, while acknowledging that people are often selfish, exploits other human motives to the full and gets the best out of people. The likelihood is that, if we assume the worst about people, we will get the worst out of them."
Author: Ha Joon Chang
170. "Prvo, o duši. Kažeš mi da u gradu nema sukoba, mržnje, niti žudnje. To je lijep san, i ja ti želim srecu. Ali odsustvo sukoba, mržnje ili žudnje znaci i to da ne postoje ni njihove suprotnosti. Nema radosti, nema zajedništva, nema ljubavi. Samo tamo gdje postoje razocarenje, potištenost i tuga javlja se i sreca; bez ocaja zbog gubitka nema ni nade."
Author: Haruki Murakami
171. "I was too much taken up with another interest to care; I felt beneath my feet the threshold of the strange door, in my life, which had suddenly been thrown open and out of which came an air of a keenness I had never breathed and of a taste stronger than wine. I had heard all my days of apparitions, but it was a different thing to have seen one and to know that I should in all likelihood see it familiarly, as I might say, again. I was on the lookout for it as a pilot for the flash of a revolving light and ready to generalise on the sinister subject, to answer for it to all and sundry that ghosts were much less alarming and much more amusing than was commonly supposed. There's no doubt that I was much uplifted. I couldn't get over the distinction conferred on me, the exception - in the way of mystic enlargement of vision - made in my favour.("Sir Edmund Orme")"
Author: Henry James
172. "Pjesnik ciji nas stihovi ushicuju možda je bio tužan usamljenik a glazbenik neki sjetan sanjar, ali i tada njegovo djelo dijeli vedrinu bogova i zvijezda. Ono što nam umjetnik daje, to više nije njegov mrak, njegova patnja ili tjeskoba, to je kaplja cišste svjetlosti, vjecite vedrine. Kad i cijeli narodi i jezici pokušavaju doprijeti do dubine svijeta, u mitovima, kozmologiji i raznim religijama, ono posljednje i najviše što mogu dostici, to je ta vedrina. Sjecas li se starih Indijaca, naš je stari waldzellski ucitelj jednom o njima pricao: svijt patnje, razmišljanja, pokore, askeze; ali posljednja velika otkrica njegova duha bila su svijetla i vedra, vedar je smješak onih koji su preboljeli svijet i smješak Buddhe, vedri su likovi njegove dubokoumne mitologije."
Author: Hermann Hesse
173. "Stripping is not a fair or unbiased career field. Your body and looks are your livelihood. Once those two things go, it's only a matter of time before you punch your last T and A ticket – and Erica's stub was wilting faster than a golden wrapped candy bar that would gain her admittance into the chocolate factory."
Author: J.A. Saare
174. "Life can be lived as a temporary arrangement. Life is a temporary arrangement! But the longer you go without changing, the more obscure the likelihood you ever will. After enough time passes, the idea of another way of life grows even more misty."
Author: Jerry Stahl
175. "When we commit daily to offering our love, living in integrity, truth and values, we are more easily in tune to live our purpose …. We live our ethical life in all aspects; family, friends and business. Our spirit and body are always with us. In IHood, we choose to honor spiritual behavior over that of our body."
Author: Jill Little
176. "Breaking a sweat through our difficulties minimized the likelihood of a crippling injury to our faith."
Author: K. Howard Joslin
177. "Salaisuus:olen toista maata,syön sudenmutta en tule kylläiseksi.Yöllä purenmetsästäjältä korvan irti,nuolen iholta hikeäja pihkaa,nuolen ja nielen.Sellainen olisin,jos riisuisin vaatteet,jos olisi karvaja herkkä vainu."
Author: Kristiina Wallin
178. "But I'm a rock 'n' roll singer; that's my livelihood, my occupation."
Author: Little Richard
179. "No use kidding herself. This situation with Jarrod was a slippery slope. She'd had plenty of men since Sam, attractive, well endowed, charming in many ways. Jarrod was different, and she needed to figure out why before she found herself in the middle of stupid. She had a business to think of, people who depended on her for their livelihood, even more people present and future who needed the services she offered. It wasn't just a job, damn it, it was a mission. No one should be as out of touch with themselves as thoroughly as she had been. For as long."
Author: Lizzie Ashworth
180. "Njihovi se pogledi susretoše i stopiše u jedno. U dodiru njihovih zjenica zadršce ljubav što u taj cas ne osjeti ni ceznuca, ni strasti, ni težnje ni želje - ljubav što se rodila u patnjama. Ni ruke im se nisu dodakle ni usta primakla. Samo se suze u njihovim ocima nijemo zagrliše cistim zagrljajem. Ni jedno nije progovorilo. Kao da su oboje željeli da se taj trenutak vine u vjecnost."
Author: Marija Jurić Zagorka
181. "Ljudi nemaju srce poput mojeg. Ljudsko srce je pravac, moje je kružnica,a imam i beskrajnu sposobnost da budem u pravo vrijeme na pravome mjestu.Slobodno tome, uvijek zaticem ljude u najboljen i najgorem izdanju. Vidim njihovu ružnocu i njihovu ljepotu, i pitam se kako ista stvar možebiti i jedno i drugo. Pa ipak, na jednome im zavidim.Ljudi su, ako ništa drugo, dovoljno razumni da umru."
Author: Markus Zusak
182. "Ja sam pesnica koja je udarila u zid.Ja sam udarac koji boli onog koji udara.Ja sam pijesak pod njihovim nogama, ptica što zanijemi kad kobac nadleti šumu, glista koju kokoš kljucne, kad izade iz svojih podzemnih hodnika.Ja sam mali covjek koji je zaboravio da je mali. Uvrijedio sam ih što se usudujem da mislim.Zašto im treba ta osveta? Da me uplaše? Da mojom kaznom uplaše druge? Da likuju nad slabim? Da zabrane misao? Da zabrane rijec? Nikakva odgovora nisam mogao da nadem. Javio se u meni užas zbog te besmislene surovosti. Gdje smo mi? U kakvom to svijetu živimo?"
Author: Meša Selimović
183. "Promatra njihova usta koja se otvaraju sva istodobno, usta koja melju, izbacuju rijeci i bez prestanka praskaju u smijeh (zagonetka: kako se žene koje se medusobno ne slušaju mogu smijati onome što govore?)."
Author: Milan Kundera
184. "Rekao bih da je kolicina dosade, ako se dosadu može izmjeriti, danas mnogo veca nego nekoc. Jer su nekadašnja zanimanja, barem velikim dijelom, bila nezamisliva bez strastvene predanosti: seljaci zaljubljeni u svoju zemlju; moj djed, carobnjak lijepih stolova; postolari su znali napamet stopala svojih suseljana; šumari; vrtlari; pretostavljam da su tada cak i vojnici ubijali sa strašcu. Pitanje smisla života nije se postavljalo, bilo je njima posve prirodno, u njihovim radionicama, njihovim poljima. Svako je zanimalnje stvorilo vlastiti nacin mišljenja, vlastiti nacin postojanja. Lijecnik je razmišljao drugacije od seljaka, vojnik se ponašao drukcije od ucitelja. Danas smo svi jednaki, ujedinjeni zajednickom ravnodušnošcu prema svom poslu. Ta ravnodušnost postala je strašcu. Jednom velikom kolektivnom strašcu našega doba."
Author: Milan Kundera
185. "You may control a mad elephant;You may shut the mouth of the bear and the tiger;Ride the lion and play with the cobra;By alchemy you may learn your livelihood;You may wander through the universe incognito;Make vassals of the gods; be ever youthful;You may walk in water and live in fire;But control of the mind is better and more difficult."
Author: Paramahansa Yogananda
186. "Kad sam imao petnaest godina, radio sam u vocnjaku i brao jagode. Vecina drugih radnika bili su nadnicari. S nama su radili i neki nastavnici, zaradujuci tako dodatni novac za ljeto. Spomenuo sam to ocu i rekao kako mi se cini da je taj posao ispod njihove razine. (Izgleda da sam mislio i da je ispod moje.) Dobio sam jezikovu juhu kakvu cu pamtiti. Otac je vjerovao da fizicki rad ne može biti ispod necije razine. Rekao je da bi više volio da postanem najbolji kopac kanala na svijetu nego da se lijeno provlacim kao samozadovoljni elitist iza kakvog uredskog stola.Vratio sam se u vocnjak, što ne znaci da mi se posao sad više svidao. U svakom slucaju, zapamtio sam oceve rijeci. Promijenio sam stav i marljivije prionuo na posao."
Author: Randy Pausch
187. "I have had a very difficult time with stage fright; it undermines your well-being and peace of mind, and it can also threaten your livelihood."
Author: Renee Fleming
188. "Raj nije ni mesto ni vreme. Raj je savršenstvo.""Da bi odleteo bilo gde brzinom misli, moraš da zamisliš da si tamo vec stigao...""DA, ŽELIM DA LETIM.""Kada bi naše prijateljstvo zavisilo od vremena i prostora, onda bi ga, kad pobedimo vreme i prostor, uništili! Ako pobedimo prostor, ostaje nam samo OVDE. Ako pobedimo vreme, ostaje nam samo SADA. Zar ne misliš da cemo se na tom putu, izmedu sada i ovde, ipak sresti s vremena na vreme?""Ne gledaj svojim ocima. Njihove mogucnosti su ogranicene. Gledaj razumom. Ispitaj ono što vec znaš i onda ceš shvatiti kako se leti."
Author: Richard Bach
189. "Fear is the oldest and strongest emotion known to man, something deeply inscribed in our nervous system and subconscious. Over time, however, something strange began to happen. The actual terrors that we faced began to lessen in intensity as we gained increasing control over our environment. But instead of our fears lessening a well, they began to multiply in number. We started to worry about our status in society- whether people liked us, or how we fit into the group. We became anxious for our livelihoods, the future of our families and children, our personal health, and the aging process. Instead of a simple, intense fear of something powerful and real, we developed a kind of generalized anxiety."
Author: Robert Greene
190. "Now this was one of the things I had been brought up to eschew like disgrace; it being held by my father neither the part of a Christian nor yet of a gentleman to set his own livelihood and fish for that of others, on the cast of painted pasteboard."
Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
191. "Vecina ljudi neprestano stremi prematoj bajkovitoj zemlji u kojoj ce, prema njihovom mišljenju, svi njihovi problemi biti riješeni, aoni ce biti ispunjeni radošcu. Oni sami sebi govore: 'Kad ostvarim ovo ili ono, bit cu sretan'.Ali, ja smatram da sreca nije odredište na koje stižemo, vec unutarnje stanje koje samistvaramo. Svatko može biti sretan - sreca je svima na raspolaganju, i to ovog trenutka.-52-Moramo se samo zaustaviti i više pozornosti posvetiti dragocjenostima koje nas vec okružuju.Zato ja živim punim plucima. Moje su oci otvorene. Budan sam. Uživam u svakom pojedinomtrenutku ove velicanstvene pustolovine."
Author: Robin S. Sharma
192. "At the age of nineteen and a half, I went to the Land of Israel to till its soil and live by the labour of my hands. As I did not find work, I sought my livelihood elsewhere."
Author: Shmuel Yosef Agnon
193. "Well, then, let's not just trust the likelihood based on painting."
Author: Socrates
194. "L'exploitation de l'home par 'ihomme"
Author: Sukarno
195. "I felt inquisitive, keyed up with interest and excitement that foreign surroundings always induced in me, and in a sense I felt at home, too, for there is something familiar about a port to any seasoned traveller - the sights, smells, activities even the sprawl of streets and wharves that surround and owe their existence and livelihoods to it."
Author: Susan Hill
196. "Instead of inflicting these horrible punishments, it would be far more to the point to provide everyone with some means of livelihood, so that nobody's under the frightful necessity of becoming first a thief and then a corpse."
Author: Thomas More
197. "-It is possible to vastly compress most learning. In a surprising number of cases, it is possible to do something in 1-10 months that is assumed to take 1-10 years. -The more you compress things, the more physical limiters become a bottleneck. All learning is physically limited. The brain is dependent on finite quantities of neurotransmitters, memories require REM and non-REM (NREM) sleep for consolidation, etc. The learning graph is not unlike the stress-recovery-hyperadaptation curves of weight training. -The more extreme your ambition, just as in sports, the more you need performance enhancement via unusual schedules, diet, drugs, etc. -Most important: due to the bipolar nature of the learning process, you can forecast setbacks. If you don't, you increase the likelihood of losing morale and quitting before the inflection point."
Author: Timothy Ferriss
198. "Revit sydämeni juuriltaan, väsytitlihakset ja kalvot. Lantioluitteni kaariholvitkaadoit kuin formaldehydiset, halvat seinät.Mikään ei ollut pyhää temppelissä.Kiusattujen hermosäikeiden sonaatti soi,lihaan juurtunut kuolinmessu,vaimea valitus poppelien ja lehmusten latvustoissa."
Author: Tuija Välipakka
199. "A man with delicately-strung nerves often says and does things which often lead us to think more meanly of him than he deserves. It is his great misfortune constantly to present himself at his worst. On the other hand, a man provided with nerves vigorously constituted, is provided also with a constitutional health and a hardihood wich express themselves brightly in his manners, and which lead to a mistaken impression that his nature is what it appears to be on the surface. Having good health, he has good spirits. Having good spirits, he wins as an agreeable companion on the persons with whom he comes in contact - although he may be hiding all the while, under an outer covering which is physically wholesome, an inner nature which is morally diseased."
Author: Wilkie Collins
200. "All of the information that we were getting up to that time from the NRC people, from our people who knew something about nuclear power, was that the breach of the core was not a likelihood to happen."
Author: William Scranton

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That's an L, as in love, and I love you more than I'll ever be able to tell you with words. I want to tell you in other ways. In the way I kiss you. In the way I touch you. In the way I hold you. Won't you let me say it my way, just once? - Swift to Amy"
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