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1. "I know how men in exile feed on dreams"
Author: Aeschylus
2. "What's true of all the evils in the world is true of plague as well. It helps men to rise above themselves."
Author: Albert Camus
3. "Do not share the knowledge with which you have been blessed with everyone in general, as you do with some people in particular; and know that there are some men in whom Allah, may He he glorified, has placed hidden secrets, which they are forbidden to reveal."
Author: Ali Ibn Abi Talib
4. "The law should not be a huge and weighty slab which falls upon a man and squashes him into a uniform shape, for men are not uniform."
Author: Colleen McCullough
5. "With abstraction, birds become numbers. Men and maniocs, too. We can look at a scene and say, ‘There are two men, three birds and four maniocs' but also, ‘There are nine things' (summing two and three and four). The Pirahã do not think this way. They ask, ‘What are these things?' ‘Where are they?', ‘What do they do?' A bird flies, a man breathes and a manioc plant grows. It is meaningless to try to bring them together. Man is a small world. The world is a big manioc."
Author: Daniel Tammet
6. "Rolling my eyes, I again had to question why men had to be so stubborn. "Seriously, Auric, you do not want to mess with this thing.""I've dealt with demons before," he said, pulling out a sword from behind his kitchen counter. I had to admit being impressed–his sword was long, shiny, and hard. Wait, that didn't sound right. Needless to say, he had a big one; and judging by the way he moved it, he also knew how to use it. Damn, I was even hornier than before."
Author: Eve Langlais
7. "I began to like New York, the racy, adventurous feel of it at night, and the satisfaction that the constant flicker of men and women and machines gives to the restless eye."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
8. "And that we are all responsible to all for all, apart from our own sins, you were quite right in thinking that, and it is wonderful how you could comprehend it in all its significance at once. And in very truth, so soon as men understand that, the Kingdom of Heaven will be for them not a dream, but a living reality."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
9. "« … why is the world so full of pain and injustice ? »« Because of men like you. »« There are no ‘men like me'. There's only me. »"
Author: George R.R. Martin
10. "The only way in which all men in America are equal, is in the courtroom - Atticus"
Author: Harper Lee
11. "I hate it when men go to strip bars. It lowers the rest of us that know if a man has to pay to see a woman naked, he is a loser and probably should get weeded out."
Author: Henry Rollins
12. "I wish men weren't so fucking weak. You make me look bad. I have to answer for all the bullshit you get up to. I have to endure women saying shit like, "Ok, there's so much testosterone in the air," when she sees some men fixing a car. I hate it when men go to strip bars. It lowers the rest of us that know if a man has to pay to see a woman naked, he is a loser and probably should get weeded out. I hate having to be put in the same category as with these pieces of shit that wouldn't make it in the jungle. Little boys in men's bodies. No wonder women hate them. I do too. Fuck it. I hate all of you. People are disgusting."
Author: Henry Rollins
13. "I'll thank you to remember that not so many years ago men were burned at the stake just for saying the earth went round the sun!"
Author: James Clavell
14. "I will destroy you. No matter how long it takes, no matter what it costs me. I won't sleep, I won't eat. I won't do anything but plot your downfall. I will mow down your men like they're weeds. I'll kill so many of them so viciously, so brutally, so horribly that no one will dare to work for you. And sooner or later, I'll get you too."
Author: Jennifer Estep
15. "My weakness consists in not having a discriminating eye for the incidental --- for the externals, --- no eye for the hod of the rag-picker or the fine linen of the next mean. Next man---that's it. I have met so many men." he pursued, with momentary sadness--- "met them too with a certain, certain impact, let us say; like this fellow, for instance--- and in each case all I could see was merely a human being. A confounded democratic quality of vision which may be better than total blindness, but has been of no advantage to me-- I can assure you. Men expect one to take into account their fine linen. But I never could get up any enthusiasm about these things. Oh! It's a failing; and then comes a soft evening; a lot of men too indolent for whist-- and a story...." [p.44]"
Author: Joseph Conrad
16. "And beauty has a quality all of its own that seems supreme; that seems above mere men with slaving ships and pistols..."
Author: Kate McCafferty
17. "If marriage can be redefined so that it no longer means a man and a woman but two men or two women, why stop there? Why not allow three men or a woman and two men to constitute a marriage?"
Author: Keith O'Brien
18. "In many parts of the world, a man's accusing finger always finds a woman. But I think we need women to solve the problems that men create."
Author: Khaled Hosseini
19. "Jaschwin, ein Spieler und ein Trunkenbold, ein völlig grundsatzloser Mensch ohne Moral, war im Regiment Wronskijs bester Freund. Er mochte ihn wegen seiner unwahrscheinlichen körperlichen Konstitution, die sich hauptsächlich darin ausdrückte, daß er wie ein bodenloses Fass saufen und auf Schlaf verzichten konnte, ohne daß man ihm nur das geringste anmerkte."
Author: Leo Tolstoy
20. "In our Heavenly Father's great priesthood-endowed plan, men have the unique responsibility to administer the priesthood, but they are not the priesthood. Men and women have different but equally valued roles. Just as a woman cannot conceive a child without a man, so a man cannot fully exercise the power of the priesthood to establish an eternal family without a woman. In other words, in the eternal perspective, both the procreative power and the priesthood power are shared by husband and wife. And as husband and wife, a man and a woman should strive to follow our Heavenly Father. The Christian virtues of love, humility, and patience should be their focus as they seek the blessings of the priesthood in their lives and for their family."
Author: M. Russell Ballard
21. "The highest prize in a world of men is the most beautiful woman available on your arm and living there in her heart loyal to you."
Author: Norman Mailer
22. "Out of the apartment houses come women who should be young but have faces like stale beer; men with pulled down hats and quick eyes that look the street over behind the cupped hand that shields the match flame; worn intellectuals with cigarette coughs and no money in the bank; fly cops with granite faces and unwavering eyes; cookies and coke peddlers; people who look like nothing in particular and know it, and once in a while even men that actually go to work. But they come out early, when the wide cracked sidewalks are empty and still have dew on them. (from) "The High Window"
Author: Raymond Chandler
23. "Whenever men take the law into their own hands, the loser is the law. And when the law loses, freedom languishes."
Author: Robert Kennedy
24. "And then, just as I begin to raise my sword to cleave a path to Arthur's side, there comes a sound like a tempest wind - the blast of a mighty sea gale. Men fall back, suddenly afraid. They cover their heads with their arms and peer into the darkness above. What is it? Is the roof falling? The sky?The strange sound subsides and they glance at one another in fear and awe. Merlin is there. The Emrys is standing calmly beside Arthur. His hands are empty and upraised, his face stern in the unnatural silence he has created . . ."
Author: Stephen R. Lawhead
25. "For ourselves, who are ordinary men and women, let us return thanks to Nature for her bounty by using every one of the senses she has given us."
Author: Virginia Woolf
26. "The closer men came to perfecting for themselves a paradise, the more impatient they became with it, and with themselves as well. They made a garden of pleasure, and became progressively more miserable with it as it grew in richness and power and beauty; for then, perhaps, it was easier to see something was missing in the garden, some tree or shrub that would not grow. When the world was in darkness and wretchedness, it could believe in perfection and yearn for it. But when the world became bright with reason and riches, it began to sense the narrowness of the needle's eye, and that rankled for a world no longer willing to believe or yearn."
Author: Walter M. Miller Jr.
27. "But in a private library, you can at any moment converse with Socrates or Shakespeare or Carlyle or Dumas or Dickens or Shaw or Barrie or Galsworthy. And there is no doubt that in these books you see these men at their best. They wrote for you. They "laid themselves out," they did their ultimate best to entertain you, to make a favorable impression. You are necessary to them as an audience is to an actor; only instead of seeing them masked, you look into their innermost heart of heart."
Author: William Lyon Phelps

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