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1. "Ingat, hanya Arjuna kecil yang dapat mengalahkan Nirwatakawaca yg raksasa, hanya di Daud kecil yg bisa mengalahkan Goliath. Toh Don Quichote tidak berhasil menumbangkan sebuah kincir angin meskipun memakai baju besi dan pedang jenawi. Lalu, camkanlah I have not begun to fight yet" (117)"
Author: Ahmad Tohari
2. "Michael tousled my hair and said, "Remember, no more skateboards, right?" And then this gem: "If you ever break your arm skateboarding again..." He paused, flashing me a dimpled Charles Ingalls grin, which then suddenly disappeared. "I'll break the other one."
Author: Alison Arngrim
3. "If one sets aside timefor a business appointment, a trip to the hairdresser, a social engagement or a shopping expedition,that time is accepted as inviolable. But if one says: I cannot come because that is my hour to be alone,one is considered rude, egotistical or strange. What a commentary on our civilization, when beingalone is considered suspect; when one has to apologize for it, make excuses, hide the fact that onepractices it—like a secret vice!"
Author: Anne Morrow Lindbergh
4. "Kamu pelajarilah dunia dengan segala kandungannya melalui buku-bukumu, tapi jangan lupa belajar daripada hati nurani manusia. Ingat tu? Hati nurani manusia! Apa pun bangsa dan agamanya."
Author: Arena Wati
5. "You put a spell on the dog," I said as we left the house."Just a small one," said Nightingale."So magic is real," I said. "Which makes you a...what?""A wizard.""Like Harry Potter?"Nightingale sighed. "No," he said. "Not like Harry Potter.""In what way?""I'm not a fictional character," said Nightingale."
Author: Ben Aaronovitch
6. "Hindi dahil sa hindi mo naiintindihan ang isang bagay ay kasinungalingan na ito. at hindi lahat ng kaya mong intindihin ay katotohanan."
Author: Bob Ong
7. "On this Very Street in Belgrade"Your mother carried youOut of the smoking ruins of a buildingAnd set you down on this sidewalkLike a doll bundled in burnt rags,Where you now stood years laterTalking to a homeless dog,Half-hidden behind a parked car,His eyes brimming with hopeAs he inched forward, ready for the worst."
Author: Charles Simic
8. "No, by God, you've accused me of coldness, but howcan you, when you can feel how hot my body is againstyours? You've said I have none of the red-blooded passionof my sex, but you don't know. You," he gasped, pressingagainst her with a hard thrust of his hips, "you will know it—the depth of my passion. But you will."
Author: Charlotte Featherstone
9. "Dann kam Achill das Vieh. Des Mörders Eintritt in den Tempel, der, als er im Eingang stand, verdunkelt wurde. Was wollte dieser Mensch. Was suchte er bewaffnet hier im Tempel. Grässlichster Augenblick: Ich wusst es schon. Dann lachte er. Jedes Haar auf meinem Kopf stand mir zu Berge, und in die Augen meines Bruders trat der reine Schrecken. Ich warf mich über ihn und wurde weggeschoben wie ein Ding aus Nichts [...] Lachend, alles lachend. Ihm an den Hals griff. An die Kehle ging [...] Des Bruders Augen aus den Höhlen quellend. Und in Achills Gesicht die Lust. Die nackte grässliche männliche Lust [...] Nun hob der Feind, das Monstrum, im Anblick der Apollon-Statue sein Schwert und trennte meines Bruders Kopf vom Rumpf."
Author: Christa Wolf
10. "If you go to Singapore or Amsterdam or Seoul or Buenos Aires or Islamabad or Johannesburg or Tampa or Istanbul or Kyoto, you'll find that the people differ wildly in the way they dress, in their marriage customs, in the holidays they observe, in their religious rituals, and so on, but they all expect the food to be under lock and key. It's all owned, and if you want some, you'll have to buy it."
Author: Daniel Quinn
11. "There is no competition of sounds between a nightingale and a violin."
Author: Dejan Stojanovic
12. "My letters! all dead paper, mute and white!And yet they seem alive and quiveringAgainst my tremulous hands which loose the stringAnd let them drop down on my knee to-night.This said, -- he wished to have me in his sightOnce, as a friend: this fixed a day in springTo come and touch my hand ... a simple thing,Yet I wept for it! -- this, ... the paper's light ...Said, Dear I love thee; and I sank and quailedAs if God's future thundered on my past.This said, I am thine -- and so its ink has paledWith lying at my heart that beat too fast.And this ... O Love, thy words have ill availedIf, what this said, I dared repeat at last!"
Author: Elizabeth Barrett Browning
13. "...ang nabubuhay sa kahapon ay nabubuhay sa buntong hininga at ang nabubuhay sa kinabukasan ay nag-aaksaya ng hininga. Ngayon ako humihinga. Ngayon ako dapat mabuhay."
Author: Eros Atalia
14. "The day of her long interview with Tietjens, amongst the amassed beauties of Macmaster furnishings, she marked in the calendar of her mind as her great love scene. That had been two years ago; he had been going into the army. Now he was going out again. From that she knew what a love scene was. It passed without mention of the word 'love'; it passed in impulses; warmths; rigors of the skin. Yet with every word they had said to each other they had confessed their love; in that way, when you listen to the nightingale you hear the expressed craving of your lover beating upon your heart."
Author: Ford Madox Ford
15. "[John Clare's] father was a casual farm labourer, his family never more than a few days' wages from the poorhouse. Clare himself, from early childhood, scraped a living in the fields. He was schooled capriciously, and only until the age of 12, but from his first bare contact fell wildly in love with the written word. His early poems are remarkable not only for the way in which everything he sees flares into life, but also for his ability to pour his mingled thoughts and observations on to the page as they occur, allowing you, as perhaps no other poet has done, to watch the world from inside his head. Read The Nightingale's Nest, one of the finest poems in the English language, and you will see what I mean.("John Clare, poet of the environmental crisis 200 years ago" in The Guardian.)"
Author: George Monbiot
16. "Dies iral, dies illaSolvet Saeclum in FavillaTeste David cum SilyllaThat Day of Wrath, that day of burningSeer and Sibly speak concerningAll the world to ashes turning"
Author: George Smith
17. "Di bulan April 1978, di Aiglemont, Gouviuex, Prancis sebuah seminar diadakan oleh Aga Khan untuk membahas arsitektur Islam. Banyak pembicaraan menyesali hilangnya "ciri Islam" dalam kota dan bangunan baru di Timur Tengah kini. Hanya seorang ahli sejarah dari Turki, Dogan Kuban, yang memenangkan debat itu dengan mengingatkan, bahwa "arsitektur adalah sebuah profesi yang berorientasi kepada klien". Jika klien yang di Riyadh itu suka gedung model New York, mau apa?"
Author: Goenawan Mohamad
18. "E foarte frig acum si mi-au intepenit mainile. De parca n-ar fi mainile mele. Si creierul la fel, parca n-ar fi al meu. A inceput sa si ninga. Imi pare ca ninge cu fragmente mici din creierul altcuiva. O ninsoare care se depune ca materia unui creier strain. - Sobolanul"
Author: Haruki Murakami
19. "Lark of memoryit is your blood that is flowingand not mineLark of memoryI have tightened my fistLark of memorydead bird of mistyou should not have cometo eat from my handthe grains of oblivion."
Author: Jacques Prévert
20. "Az ember ilyennek vagy olyannak ítél valakit, azután pont az ellentétét látja meg benne. Eleinte szeret, majd a végén meggyulöl valakit; vagy kezdetben közömbös iránta, késobb pedig már imádja. Sosem lehetünk biztosak benne, ki vagy mi lesz létfontosságú a számunkra, sem abban, hogy kinek vagy minek tulajdonítunk majd jelentoséget. Meggyozodéseink múlandóak és ingatagok, még azok is, amelyeket a legszilárdabbaknak vélünk. Akár az érzelmeink. Nem szabadna bíznunk magunkban."
Author: Javier Marías
21. "Nothing is sillier than the creative writing teacher's dictum"Write about what you know." But whether you're writingabout people or dragons, your personal observation of howthings happen in the world—how character reveals itself—canturn a dead scene into a vital one. Preliminary good advicemight be: Write as if you were a movie camera. Get exactlywhat is there. All human beings see with astonishing accuracy,not that they can necessarily write it down."
Author: John Gardner
22. "Hietzingin eläintarhassa on vain yksi ruokkiperheen edustaja. Se on pienin ruokkilaji, jota kuvataan pienikokoiseksi ja nuivanaamaiseksi ja aika tyhmäksi; sen tiedetään vaeltaneen pitkin polkuja, missä sen päälle saatettiin heposti astua. Itse asiassa kuningasruokki oli niin typerä lintu, että se kuoli sukupuuttoon. Viimeinen isoruokki nähtiin elävänä vuonna 1844 ja viimeinen kuollut isoruokki huuhtoutui rantaan Trinity Bayssa Irlannissa vuonna 1853. Isoruokki oli tarinan mukaan sekä utelias että herttainen. Jos sitä lähestyi varovasti, se saattoi pysyä liikkumatta paikoillaan. Sitä pyydystettiin muonaksi kalastusaluksille: kalastajat vaanivat rannalla, lähestyivät äänettömästi ja nuijivat isoruokit hengiltä.Olipa mahtava juttu! Tarkoittaako se, että isoruokki kuoli sukupuuttoon omaa tyhmyyttään - vai että tyhmät ihmiset tappoivat sen sukupuuttoon?"
Author: John Irving
23. "You Learn"After a while you learn the subtle differenceBetween holding a hand and chaining a soul,And you learn that love doesn't mean leaningAnd company doesn't mean security.And you begin to learn that kisses aren't contractsAnd presents aren't promises,And you begin to accept your defeatsWith your head up and your eyes openWith the grace of a woman, not the grief of a child,And you learn to build all your roads on todayBecause tomorrow's ground is too uncertain for plansAnd futures have a way of falling down in mid-flight.After a while you learn…That even sunshine burns if you get too much.So you plant your garden and decorate your own soul,Instead of waiting for someone to bring you flowers.And you learn that you really can endure…That you really are strongAnd you really do have worth…And you learn and learn…With every good-bye you learn."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
24. "Nalilimot ng bawat isa sa inyo na habang napag-iingatan ang isang bayan ang kaniyang wika, napag-iingatan din nito ang katibayan ng kaniyang paglaya, katulad ng pagpapanatili ng isang tao sa kaniyang kasarinlan, upang mapanatili niya ang kaniyang sariling paraan ng pag-iisip. Ang wika ang pag-iisip ng bayan."
Author: José Rizal
25. "Napakatamis ng tubig at naiinom, bagaman lumulunod sa alak at serbesa at pumapatay sa apoy. Nagiging singaw ito kapag pinainitan; kapag naligalig, nagiging karagatan na minsan nang pumuksa sa sangkatauhan at yumanig sa dibdib ng mundo."
Author: José Rizal
26. "Jag stannade några sekunder framför tidningsstället och funderade på om jag skulle köpa båda kvällstidningarna, som det heter här, alltså de två största lösnummertidningarna. Att bläddra i dem var som att hälla ut en soppåse över huvudet. Jag gjorde det någon gång då och då, när det kändes som om lite sopor där uppe varken gjorde från eller till. Men inte idag."
Author: Karl Ove Knausgård
27. "Tex (wearing a tux, and not happy about it) boomed from across the room, "Roxanne Giselle Lo… I mean, Nightingale! When are those fuckin' harpists gonna shut the fuck up and so we can get some rock ‘n' roll?"
Author: Kristen Ashley
28. "I figured the Nightingale Investigations job application form had the question "Are you hot? Yes. No. If you answered no, please exit the building."
Author: Kristen Ashley
29. "The Sunlight on the GardenThe sunlight on the gardenHardens and grows cold,We cannot cage the minuteWithin its nets of gold,When all is toldWe cannot beg for pardon.Our freedom as free lancesAdvances towards its end;The earth compels, upon itSonnets and birds descend;And soon, my friend,We shall have no time for dances.The sky was good for flyingDefying the church bellsAnd every evil ironSiren and what it tells:The earth compels,We are dying, Egypt, dyingAnd not expecting pardon,Hardened in heart anew,But glad to have sat underThunder and rain with you,And grateful tooFor sunlight on the garden."
Author: Louis MacNeice
30. "Wahai Tuhanku Yang Maha Lembut,Aku tahu Engkau tak perlu kuingatkan,tapi untuk kedamaian hatiku,ijinkanlah aku mengingatkan-Mu,...aku ini hanya berharap kepada-Mu.Aku mohon agar engkau menjauhkankudari gurauan kehidupan,yang mempermainkankuantara harapan dan kekecewaan.Perlakukanlah aku dengan lembutdan penuh kasih, damaikanlah hatiku,bahagiakanlah keluargaku,dan sejahterakanlah hidupku.Aamiin"
Author: Mario Teguh
31. "Praejusia savaite ponia Modžeri paskolino man knyga. Ji vadinasi "Oksfordo šiuolaikines poezijos antologija, 1892-1935". Jie leido tokiam žmogui, pavarde Jytsas, atrinkti eilerašcius. Geriau jau butu to nedare. Kas jis toks - ir ka jis išmano apie eiles? Perverciau visa knyga, ieškodamasVilfredo Ouveno arba Zygfrido Sasuno eilerašciu. Neradau - ne vieno. Ir žinote kodel? Nes tas ponas Jytsas sako - taigi, jis sako: "Aš samoningai nuspredžiau NEITRAUKTI ne vieno eilerašcio iš Pirmojo pasaulinio karo. Man jie nepatinka. Pasyvi kancia - netinkama tema poezijai." PASYVI KANCIA? PASYVI KANCIA! Manes vos neištiko priepuolis. Kas tam žmogui yra? Leitenantas Ouvenas paraše tokia eilute: "Ir krintancius palydi ne varpai, / O piktas ir rustus pabuklu griausmas." Noreciau žinoti, kas cia yra pasyvaus? Butent taip jie miršta. Maciau tai savo akimis, ir sakau: velniop ta pona Jytsa."
Author: Mary Ann Shaffer
32. "« Aceasta impacare cu Hitler tradeaza profunda perversiune morala, inerenta unei lumi intemeiate esential pe inexistenta intoarcerii, caci in aceasta lume totul e dinainte iertat si, in consecinta, totul e ingaduit cu cinism, » (p. 8)"
Author: Milan Kundera
33. "I must feel this emotionwith my whole beingand as it sweeps me off my feetenjoy the sensation of fallingfalling endlessly into the armsof no lover"
Author: Nirmala
34. "It was funny. The adults taking all this so seriously, and the children playingalong, playing along, believing it too until suddenly the adults went too far, tried too hard, and the childrencould see through their game."
Author: Orson Scott Card
35. "Dabar mes klaidingai suprantam patys save, o kitu visai nesuprantam. Patirtis neturi jokios moralines vertes. Tai tik vardas, kuriuo žmones vadina savo klaidas."
Author: Oscar Wilde
36. "Tidak payah bersentuhan tangan, kerana mereka sudah bersentuhan hati. Tak payah berbalas kerlingan mata kerana mereka sudah pun berbalas-balas doa."
Author: Pahrol Mohamad Juoi
37. "Ingatlah, yang baik itu cantik tetapi yang cantik itu tidak semestinya baik!"
Author: Pahrol Mohamad Juoi
38. "I am black with love/ neither boy nor nightingale/ perfectly whole as a flower/ I desire without impulse"
Author: Pier Paolo Pasolini
39. "En el colegio voy un curso adelantado porque me enseñó a leer a los cuatro años. Era la estrella del parvulario. Ahora soy el pringado al que los demás le sacan la cabeza."
Author: Pierre Szalowski
40. "Tidak, yang mati tidak harus bisu. Energi mereka tetap hidup melalui berbagai cara,jalan dan sarana, terutama melalui kenangan dan mulut para nyawa yang lolos dari saringannya di Buru ini. Pada suatu kali mungkin ada yang mampu mencatatnya tanpa tangannya gemetar dan tanpa membasahi kertasnya (Nyanyi Sunyi Seorang Bisu, h. 181)"
Author: Pramoedya Ananta Toer
41. "Voluntary QuicksandI read the Chronicle this morningas if I were stepping into voluntaryquicksandand watched the news go over my shoeswith forty-four more days of spring.Kent StateAmericaMay 7, 1970"
Author: Richard Brautigan
42. "Okay, they were ogre children with little gray teeth, but they were kids! They didn't do anything, not really.Sure, when they played, they boiled their dolls then cutthem into bite-sized pieces. But that was make-believe.Everybody says the moral of the storyis that short guys can be cunningand brave.But I think the moral is that children payfor the sins of their parent. Ask anybodywho hates to go home after school.Ask the girl whose mother is a drunkand a whore. Ask the boy whose dadis doing twenty-five to life."
Author: Ron Koertge
43. "I cry and wonderhow I'm going to fall asleepbecause sleeping means wakingand going through all this again"
Author: Samantha Schutz
44. "I made a list of skills in which I think every adult should gain a working knowledge. I wouldn't expect you to become a master of any, but mastery isn't necessary. Luck has a good chance of finding you if you become merely good in most of these areas. I'll make a case for each one, but here's the preview list.Public speakingPsychologyBusiness WritingAccountingDesign (the basics)ConversationOvercoming ShynessSecond languageGolfProper grammarPersuasionTechnology ( hobby level)Proper voice technique"
Author: Scott Adams
45. "Each hour is a room of shame, and I amswimming, swimming, holding my head up,smiling, joking, ashamed, ashamed,like being naked with the clothed, or beinga child, having to try to behavewhile hating the terms of your life."
Author: Sharon Olds
46. "Tevo aš nelabai megau. Del jo malones nuo vaikystes man nuolat tekdavo kenteti del Odisejo vardo. Gerai, kad nesugalvojo pavadinti Mefistofeliu. Tada mane reiktu kiekviena diena šventinti kaip koki okeanini laineri — su kunigais, kilmingais šunsnukiais ir šampano buteliu."
Author: Sigitas Parulskis
47. "Ketika Hitler mulai membuas maka kelompok Inge School berkata tidak. Mereka (pemuda-pemuda Jerman ini) punya keberanian untuk berkata "tidak". Mereka, walaupun masih muda, telah berani menentang pemimpin-pemimpin gang-gang bajingan, rezim Nazi yang semua identik. Bahwa mereka mati, bagiku bukan soal. Mereka telah memenuhi panggilan seorang pemikir. Tidak ada indahnya (dalam arti romantik) penghukuman mereka, tetapi apa yang lebih puitis selain bicara tentang kebenaran."
Author: Soe Hok Gie
48. "The snail pushes through a greennight, for the grass is heavywith water and meets overthe bright path he makes, where rain has darkened the earth's dark. Hemoves in a wood of desire,pale antlers barely stirringas he hunts. I cannot tellwhat power is at work, drenched therewith purpose, knowing nothing.What is a snail's fury? AllI think is that if laterI parted the blades abovethe tunnel and saw the thintrail of broken white acrosslitter, I would never haveimagined the slow passionto that deliberate progress."
Author: Thom Gunn
49. "Kesamaran yang jelas terdapat berkaitan perhubungan yaqin dan zann pada tahap ilmu manusia, walaupun jika ia berdasarkan sumber Ilahi, sepatutnya dilayani dan dihargai sebagai satu keresahan positif. Di sebelah pihak iaitu, pihak yang berkeyakinan, menekankan kemungkinan keputusan-keputusan yang dibuat oleh manusia dan mengelakkan keraguan yang tekal dan buruk padahnya amatlah penting. Pada pihak yang lain pula, aspek keraguan akan keresahan itu mesti sentiasa diingati demi mencegah kefanatikan dan kesombongan yang melampau sama ada berbentuk teologis, saintifik atau sejarah, yang telah mengakibatkan banyak penderitaan manusia, di samping menggalakkan penyelidikan lanjut dalam semangat ijtihad dan shura. Sikap ini akan menggalakkan kerjasama dan akan memajukan perkembangan sains, kemanusiaan dan tamadun bukan sahaja di kalangan orang Islam, tetapi seluruh kemanusiaan."
Author: Wan Mohd Nor Wan Daud
50. "Do not be discouraged because you cannot learn all at once; learn one thingat a time, learn it well, and treasure it up, then learn another truth andtreasure that up, and in a few years you will have a great store of usefulknowledge...."
Author: Wilford Woodruff

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