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1. "Under the Nazis enormous numbers of people were compelled to spend an enormous amount of time marching in serried ranks from point A to point B and back again to point A. "This keeping of the whole population on the march seemed to be a senseless waste of time and energy. Only much later," adds Hermann Rauschning, "was there revealed in it a subtle intention based on a well-judged adjustment of ends and means. Marching diverts men's thoughts. Marching kills thought. Marching makes an end of individuality. Marching is the indispensable magic stroke performed in order to accustom the people to a mechanical, quasi-ritualistic"
Author: Aldous Huxley
2. "Does changing for the better absolve you of all the wicked shit you did before?No. March fills my head like a warm glow. Instead you receive the twin delights of guilt and regret."
Author: Ann Aguirre
3. "Simon didn't think Meg really wanted to know how to eviscerate a rabbit. He could be wrong about that, but he just couldn't picture Meg pouncing on a bunny and ripping it open with her teeth.Maybe if he tried harder to picture it?"
Author: Anne Bishop
4. "I shall begin my march for Camp tomorrow morning. It was not in my power to move until I could procure shoes for the troops almost barefoot."
Author: Anthony Wayne
5. "Historically, musicians know what it is like to be outside the norm - walking the high wire without a safety net. Our experience is not so different from those who march to the beat of different drummers."
Author: Billy Joel
6. "If you can read the book and say, ‘Space Marines, YEEEAAAHHH!' That's Military Science Fiction." (Brigham Young writing lecture, March 2012)"
Author: Brandon Sanderson
7. "A szexizmus legnagyobbrészt onnan ered, hogy a férfiak megszokták, hogy mi vagyunk a vesztesek. Ez a probléma. Rossz a pozíciónk. Megszokták, hogy mi csak másodikak lehetünk, vagy diszkvalifikálnak a versenybol. A feminizmus elott született férfiak ezen nevelkedtek: másodosztályú állampolgár anyák; férjhez adandó novérek; osztálytársnok, akik titkárnoképzobe járnak, majd háziasszonyok lesznek. Nok, akik leszakadnak. Akik eltuntek. Ezek a férfiak a nagyvállalatok vezérigazgatói, a nagy tozsdecápák, a kormánytanácsadók. Ok határozzák meg a munkaidot és a szülési szabadságot, a gazdasági prioritásokat és a társadalmi normákat. És természetesen szemernyit sem érzik az egyenloséget – a szexizmus beleivódott nemzedékükbe a pudinggal, a nádpálcával és a golffal együtt. Automatikus reakciójuk a nok felé az, hogy ok „mások". A szabad, dolgozó novel szemben bevésodött eloítélet csak velük együtt fog kihalni."
Author: Caitlin Moran
8. "When our ancestors were attacked at Pearl Harbor, they called it a day that would live in infamy. The day the Partials attacked us with the RM Virus will not live in anything, because there will be none of us left to remember it."-President David R. Cregan, March 21, 2065, in a press conference at the White House. Three hours later he hanged himself."
Author: Dan Wells
9. "[On writing:] "There's a great quote by Julius Irving that went, 'Being a professional is doing the things you love to do, on the days you don't feel like doing them.'"(One On 1, interview with Budd Mishkin; NY1, March 25, 2007.)"
Author: David Halberstam
10. "So, kid, you've got to live,and not just that stoic existence you've been stomping trough all this time.You've got to be kind,you've got to fall in love,fall out of love,no matter how much it hurtsbecause my god,it's worth it. Don't let the world turn you to stone;you've got to feel.And sometimes,your heart will threaten to march right out of your chest because you're so fucking full of it all-of the people, the places,the endless days,the eternal nights-and kid, that's fine.Be brave.Courage isn't measured by thenumber of people you've turned awayor by the counts of the nights you'vespent alone because you refuse to give someone the chance to love you. Being alone is not poetic;you've got to let them in.Let them peel back your skinand waltz into your bloodstreamand love them,love them,love them.And finally, kid,your life has already begun.Stop waiting.Chaos is already underway."
Author: Emily Palermo
11. "És Brahmá, a Teremto, felso ruháját fél vállán átvetve, összetett kézzel meghajolt a Magasztos felé, és így szólította meg a Magasztost:- Uraim, a Magasztosnak hirdetnie kell a Tant! A Megvilágosultnak hirdetnie kell a Tant! Vannak lények, akiknek lelki szemeit alig fedi por, de ha nem hallják a Tant, akkor nem érik el a megváltást. Ezek meg fogják érteni a Tant.Így beszélt Brahmá, a Teremto, majd így folytatta:Magadha földjén ezelott a tiszta Tantgyarló személyek tanították tévesen.Halhatatlanság kapuját te tárd ki most!Hallják világosan a tiszta, szent igét!Ki hegytetore, fel a sziklabércre jut,fentrol körülnéz az alanti tájakon.Te mindent-látó, te is így tekints aláaz igazság várfokáról a szenvedo,szakadatlanul születo-kiszenvedolényekre, mert te legyozted a szenvedést.Kelj fel, te nagy csata vitézi gyoztese!Járd a világot, seregek vezére!Tanítsd a Tant, magasztos Szent!Lesznek, akik megértenek."
Author: Gautama Buddha
12. "All of you, I am sure, have heard many cries about Government interference with business and about "creeping socialism." I should like to remind the gentlemen who make these complaints that if events had been allowed to continue as they were going prior to March 4, 1933, most of them would have no businesses left for the Government or for anyone else to interfere with — and almost surely we would have socialism in this country, real socialism."
Author: Harry S. Truman
13. "Nóra: ...Azt hiszem, hogy legelsosorban ember vagyok, éppen úgy, mint te - vagy mindenesetre meg kell kísérelnem, hogy az legyek. Jól tudom, hogy a legtöbben neked adnak igazat, Torvald; valami olyasmi van a könyvekben is. De én nem törodhetek vele tovább, hogy a többség mit mond, s mi van a könyvekben. Magamnak kell a dolgokat átgondolnom, s tisztába jönnöm velük."
Author: Henrik Ibsen
14. "The word 'however' is like an imp coiled beneath your chair. It induces ink to form words you have not yet seen, and lines to march across the page and overshoot the margin. There are no endings. If you think so you are deceived as to their nature. They are all beginnings. Here is one."
Author: Hilary Mantel
15. "Fred and George, however, found all this very funny. They went out oftheir way to march ahead of Harry down the corridors, shouting, "Make way forthe Heir of Slytherin, seriously evil wizard coming through ......Percy was deeply disapproving of this behavior."It is not a laughing matter," he said coldly."Oh, get out of the way, Percy," said Fred. "Harry's in a hurry.""Yeah, he's off to the Chamber of Secrets for a cup of tea with his fangedservant," said George, chortling.Ginny didn't find it amusing either."Oh, don't," she wailed every time Fred asked Harry loudly who he wasplanning to attack next, or when George pretended to ward Harry off with a largeclove of garlic when they met."
Author: J.K. Rowling
16. "The best date I've ever been on was March 5th, 1982, the year I was born. For as long as I live, I'll never forget that date."
Author: Jarod Kintz
17. "Ez a hátulütoje annak, hogy a régi kódexek érvényüket veszítették: hogy fogalmunk sincs, minek mikor jön el az ideje, meg hogy mihez tartsuk magunkat, hogy mikor van túl korán és mikor van túl késon, s közben szép lassan lejár az idonk. Magunkra vagyunk utalva, így könnyen megüthetjük a bokánkat."
Author: Javier Marías
18. "We were still confined to that corner. More and more people joined us, some black and some white. On the second day, we awoke to learn that somebody must have told Martin Luther King that things were getting out of hand in Montgomery, because rumor had it that he left the line of march from Selma to join us in the hood. Despite myself, I was thrilled at the prospect of marching with King. I knew this was SNCC turf, and I was now with SNCC, but how can you not be thrilled with the prospect of being so close to the big man himself?"
Author: Junius Williams
19. "A lényeg semmi, hanem a forma szent. A mostani emberek olyanok, mint amilyenek madaraknak a kitömött madarak. Éppen nézegetett ma ilyeneket Alapi a kirakatokban. Ha szépen áll a csorük, tollazatuk, hát tökéletesek, az nem tesz semmit, hogy a testükben kóc van és nem vér, azért ok a forma szerint kifogástalanok. Vigyázzatok, a formákkal ölik meg Alapit! Hát a formák ellen hasonlóan formákkal kell küzdeni, mert a formák embereinek csak a formák imponálnak."
Author: Kálmán Mikszáth
20. "They captured in their ramble all the mysteries and magics of a March evening. Very still and mild it was, wrapped in a great, white, brooding silence -- a silence which was yet threaded through with many little silvery sounds which you could hear if you hearkened as much with your soul as your ears. The girls wandered down a long pineland aisle that seemed to lead right out into the heart of a deep-red, overflowing winter sunset."
Author: L.M. Montgomery
21. "The march of humanity, springing as it does from an infinite multitude of individual wills, is continuous."
Author: Leo Tolstoy
22. "Poor Meg seldom complained, but a sense of injustice made her feel bitter toward everyone sometimes, for she had not yet learned to know how rich she was in the blessings which alone can make life happy."
Author: Louisa May Alcott
23. "The leaders of Nippon were stupid. They took all of the gold out of Tokyo and buried it in holes in the ground in the Philippines! Because they thought that The General would march into Tokyo and steal it. But The General didn't care about the gold. He understood that the real gold is here—" he points to his head "—in the intelligence of the people, and here—" he holds out his hands "—in the work that they do. Getting rid of our gold was the best thing that ever happened to Nippon. It made us rich. Receiving that gold was the worst thing that happened to the Philippines. It made them poor."
Author: Neal Stephenson
24. "It is what you do from now on that will either move our civilization forward a few tiny steps, or else... begin to march us steadily backward."
Author: Patrick Stewart
25. "The events of the day's march are now becoming so dreary and dispiriting that one longs to forget them when we camp; it is an effort even to record them in a diary."
Author: Robert Falcon Scott
26. "-Tudom – mondta csöndesen Tracy –, de mégis meg fogsz változni, akár akarod, akár nem. Semmi nem marad ugyanaz. Semmi, gondolta Millicent. Milyen rémes is lenne, ha az ember sosem változna… ha az élete végéig az a néhány évvel korábbi, unalmas és szégyenlos Millicent maradna. Szerencsére azonban az ember mindig változik, fejlodik, halad.(Beavatás)"
Author: Sylvia Plath
27. "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
28. "Wolfgang Pauli, in the months before Heisenberg's paper on matrix mechanics pointed the way to a new quantum theory, wrote to a friend, "At the moment physics is again terribly confused. In any case, it is too difficult for me, and I wish I had been a movie comedian or something of the sort and had never heard of physics." That testimony is particularly impressive if contrasted with Pauli's words less than five months later: "Heisenberg's type of mechanics has again given me hope and joy in life. To be sure it does not supply the solution to the riddle, but I believe it is again possible to march forward."
Author: Wolfgang Pauli Thomas S. Kuhn

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