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1. "There is but one truly serious philosophical problem and that is suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question of philosophy. All the rest — whether or not the world has three dimensions, whether the mind has nine or twelve categories — comes afterwards. These are games; one must first answer."
Author: Albert Camus
2. "Nu exista decît o problema filosofica cu adevarat impor­tanta : sinuciderea. A hotarî daca viata merita sau nu sa fie traita înseamna a raspunde la problema fundamentala a filosofiei. Restul, daca lumea are trei dimensiuni, daca spiritul are noua sau douasprezece categorii, vine dupa aceea. Aces­tea sînt doar jocuri; dar mai întîi trebuie sa raspunzi. Si daca e adevarat, dupa cum sustine Nietzsche, ca un filosof, pentru a fi vrednic de stima, trebuie sa dea primul exemplul, întele­gem cît de important este raspunsul, de vreme ce el va pre­cede gestul definitiv. Iata niste evidente sensibile inimii, dar pe care trebuie sa le adîncim pentru câ mintea noastra sa le vada limpede."
Author: Albert Camus
3. "By instructing students how to learn, unlearn and relearn, a powerful new dimension can be added to education. Psychologist Herbert Gerjuoy of the Human Resources Research Organization phrases it simply: ‘The new education must teach the individual how to classify and reclassify information, how to evaluate its veracity, how to change categories when necessary, how to move from the concrete to the abstract and back, how to look at problems from a new direction—how to teach himself. Tomorrow's illiterate will not be the man who can't read; he will be the man who has not learned how to learn."
Author: Alvin Toffler
4. "But what a superb game the three of us are playing. Who is the demon? Who is the liar? Who the human being? Who the cleverest? Who the strongest? Who loves the most? Are we three immense egos fighting for domination or for love, or are these things mixed?"
Author: Anaïs Nin
5. "He was only for the joyous days, the days of courage, when she could share with him all the good things he brought with his passion for novelty and change. But he knew nothing of her; he was no companion to her sadness. He could never imagine anyone else's mood, only his own. His own were so immense and loud, they filled his world and deafened him to all others. He was not concerned to know whether she could live or breathe within the dark caverns of his whale-like being, within the whale belly of his ego."
Author: Anaïs Nin
6. "Die größte Übeltat der protokollierten Menschheitsgeschichte ist der degoutante, mörderische Antigermanismus des 20. Jahrhunderts!"
Author: Andreas J. Voigt
7. "Clemens, Seaver, Gibson, Maddux - I just don't see myself in that category. I'm flattered that maybe it's debatable at this point."
Author: David Cone
8. "Das Herz ist das Unbegrenzte am Menschen, der Geist ist begrenzt. Man liebt Gott von ganzem Herzen, nicht aber mit ganzem Geist. Ich habe beobachtet, dass die Herzlosen, deren Zahl bedeutender ist, als man glaubt, einen ausgesprochenen Egoismus mit einer gewissen Geistesarmut paaren, denn erst das Herz gibt allem im Menschen das rechte Mass. Solche Menschen sind eifersuechtig und undankbar, und man braucht ihnen nur Gutes zu erweisen, wenn man sie zu Feinden haben will." GESAMT WERKE. Band 14"
Author: Ernst Jünger
9. "I have got, over the years, a sense of the immense sweep of creation, of the evolutionary process in everything, of how incomprehensible God must necessarily be to be the God of heaven and earth. You can't fit the Almighty into your intellectual categories…. What kept me a skeptic [of secularism] in college was precisely my Christian faith. It always said: wait, don't bite on this, get a wider picture, continue to read. If you want your faith, you have to work for it…. Even in the life of a Christian, faith rises and falls like the tides of an invisible sea. It's there, even when he can't see it or feel it, if he wants it to be there. You realize, I think, that it is more valuable, more mysterious, altogether more immense than anything you can learn or decide in college. Learn what you can, but cultivate Christian skepticism."
Author: Flannery O'Connor
10. "Os homens de espírito livre, que vivem só para o conhecimento, em breve acharão ter alcançado a sua definitiva posição relativamente à sociedade e ao Estado e, por exemplo, dar-se-ão de bom grado por satisfeitos com um pequeno emprego ou com uma fortuna que chegue à justa para viver; pois arranjar-se-ão para viver de maneira que uma grande tansformação dos bens materiais, até mesmo um derrube da ordem política, não deite também abaixo a sua vida. Em todas essas coisas eles gastam a menor energia possível, de modo a poderem imergir, com todas as forças reunidas e, por assim dizer, com um grande fôlego, no elemento do conhecimento. Podem, assim, ter esperança de mergulhar profundamente e também de, talvez, verem bem até ao fundo."
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
11. "Ik dacht aan de hoeveelheid mensen, aan de aantallen, niet eens in termen van overbevolking, of vervuiling, en of er straks voor iedereen nog wel genoeg te eten zou zijn, maar de hoeveelheid op zich. Of drie miljoen of zes miljard een bepaald doel diende. Wanneer dit punt eenmaal was bereikt, begonnen zich de eerste gevoelens van onbehagen aan te dienen. Er zijn niet noodzakelijk te veel mensen, dacht ik, maar er zijn er wel veel. Ik dacht aan de leerlingen in mijn klaslokaal. Allemaal moesten ze iets: ze moesten het leven in, ze moesten het leven door. Terwijl één uur al heel lang kan zijn. Er moest werk worden gevonden en er moesten echtparen worden gevormd. Er zouden kinderen komen, en ook die kinderen zouden op school geschiedenisles krijgen, zij het niet meer van mij. Vanaf een bepaalde hoogte zag je alleen nog de aanwezigheid van mensen, niet langer de mensen zelf. Hier kreeg ik het benauwd."
Author: Herman Koch
12. "Esta cartera no era una cartera, este monedero no era un monedero, las flores no eran flores, los abanicos no eran abanicos, todo era material plástico del amor, de la magia, de la provocación. Todo se convertía en mensajero, en negociador secreto, en arma y grito de guerra."
Author: Hermann Hesse
13. "Sunt delicta tamen, quibus ignovisse velumis.Nam neque chorda sonum reddit, quem vult manus et mens,Poscentique gravem persaepe remittit acutum;Nec semper feriet, quodcumque minabitur, arcus.Verum, ubi plura nitent in carmine, non ego paucisOffendar maculis, quas aut incuria fudit,Aut humana parum cavit natura. Quid ergo est?Ut scriptor si peccat idem librarius usque,Quamvis est monitus, venia caret, et citharoedusRidetur, chorda qui semper oberrat eadem.Ekzistojne dhe gabimet qe gjithsesi duhen falur; ngase as dora dhe mendja s'e jep perhere tingullin e deshiruar,dhe atij qe kerkon zerin e trashe, ia jep te hollin,e as harku s'e qellon perhere cakun e vendosur pezull.Vertete, kur ne poezine shkelqejne shume gjera, muas'me pengojne njollat e pakta; ato shfaqen nga pakujdesia o nga natyra njerezore. Prandaj cfare duhet bere?Kur si shkrimtari gabon edhe pershkruesidhe pas verejtjes se thene s'kerkon falje fare,ashtu dhe kitaristi do te perqeshet, kur te njejtit tel i bie gabimisht."
Author: Horace
14. "O mais corrente neste mundo, nestes tempos em que às cegas vamos tropeçando, é esbarrarmos, ao virar a esquina mais próxima, com homens e mulheres na maturidade da existência e da prosperidade, que, tendo sido aos dezoito anos, não só as risonhas primaveras do estilo, mas também, e talvez sobretudo, briosos revolucionários decididos a arrasar o sistema dos pais e pôr no seu lugar o paraíso,enfim, da fraternidade, se encontram agora, com firmeza pelo menos igual,repoltreados em convicções e práticas que, depois de haverem passado, paraaquecer e flexibilizar os músculos, por qualquer das muitas versões do conservadorismo moderado, acabaram por desembocar no mais desbocado e reaccionário egoísmo."
Author: José Saramago
15. "Mi propio mundo, uno que es caleidoscopio, alucinada dimensión del sueño, morada de la musaraña. El otro (el dominio de la realidad), llego a mi a través de los hombres. Ellos fueron mis portavoces, mis guías y a la vez mis obstáculos, mis tormentos y matarratos."
Author: Josefina Barron
16. "Grandad taught me that the alien signs and symbols of algebraic equations were not just marks on paper. They were not flat. They were three-dimensional, and you could approach them from different directions, look at them from different ways, stand them on their heads. You could take them apart and put them back together in a variety of shapes, like Legos. I stopped being scared of them."
Author: Mal Peet
17. "Het stelt me buitengewoon gerust,' zei ze, terwijl ze de geïnhaleerde rook uit-sprak, 'te horen dat u geen hartstochtelijk mens bent. Hoe zou u trouwens ook? Dan zou u uw aard moeten verloochenen. Hartstocht betekent : leven omwille van het leven. Maar het is bekend dat jullie leven omwille van de belevenis. Hartstocht betekent zichzelf vergeten. En jullie is het erom begonnen jezelf te verrijken. C'est ça. U hebt er geen flauw vermoeden van dat dat een afschuwelijke vorm van egoïsme is en dat jullie je op zekere dag zullen ontpoppen als vijanden van de mensheid."
Author: Thomas Mann

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She had made the choice for him - in a moment of flight and panic, but she had made it - not realizing that her Jace would rather die than be like this, and that she'd been not so much saving his life as damning him to an existence he would despise."
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