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1. "Okumak kimilerine yazmayi ögretir, banaysa yazmamayi ögretti. Edebiyat ve ibadet dahil, bir tür vecd hali yaratan bütün faaliyetlerin niahi amaci o faaliyeti yapmamayi ögretmek olmali."
Author: Baris Biçakçi
2. "I was a runner, a failed quarterback, third-string quarterback, but in track I was a 2-miler."
Author: Bob Seger
3. "Sen el kadar bir kadinsindirSabahlara kadar beyaz ve kirpikliBazi agaçlara kapi komsuBazi çiçeklerin andirdigiIs bu kadarla bitse iyiBir insan edinmissindir kendineBir sarki edinmissindir, bir umutGüzelsindir de oldukça, çocuksundur daSaçlarinla beraber penceredeykenBesbelli arandigindan haberliGemiler eskirken, deniz eskirken limandaSevgili"
Author: Cemal Süreya
4. "This I would like to be- braver and bolder, Just a bit wiser because I am older, Just a bit kinder to those I may meet, Just a bit manlier taking defeat; This for the New Year my wish and my plea- Lord, make a regular man out of me. This I would like to be- just a bit finer, More of a smiler and less of a whiner, Just a bit quicker to stretch out my hand Helping another who's struggling to stand, This is my prayer for the New Year to be, Lord, make a regular man out of me. This I would like to be- just a bit fairer, Just a bit better, and just a bit squarer, Not quite so ready to censure and blame, Quicker to help every man in the game, Not quite so eager men's failings to see, Lord, make a regular man out of me. This I would like to be- just a bit truer, Less of the wisher and more of the doer, Broader and bigger, more willing to give, Living and helping my neighbor to live! This for the New Year my prayer and my plea- Lord, make a regular man out of me."
Author: Edgar A. Guest
5. "Bizler akintiya karsi gemilerimizi ilerletmeye çalisirken, hiç durmadan geçmise çekiliyorduk aslinda."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
6. "Kimileri düser yalnizliga,kimileri yükselir.Düsenler için ufuk yoktur artik;bütün renkler beyazdir,sesler birdirve yarin belki'dir,dün süphelidir,bugün nerededir?Üstelik, sular kaskatidir,yönler dügümlenmistir.Ve aynadir her sey;tozludur anilarla, kat kat kirdir.Düsenler için yalnizlik,durup dinlenmeden akan susuz bir nehirdir."
Author: Hasan Ali Toptas
7. "Dans la vie morale, aussi bien que dans la vie physique, il existe une aspiration et une respiration; l'âme a besoin d'absorber les sentiments d'une autre âme, de se les assimiler pour les lui restituer plus riches. Sans ce beau phénomène humain, point de vie au cœur; l'air lui manque alors, il souffre et dépérit."
Author: Honoré De Balzac
8. "Adalara, gemilerin binde bir ugradigi, insan ayaginin binde bir bastigi adalara benzer Ece Ayhan. Bir de Ortaçag kalelerine, satolarina, o surlar, hendekler, kuleler, mazgallar, asma köprülerle çevrili, nerden ve nasil gidilecegi belli olmayan, bu yüzden de yanina pek yaklasilmayan ancak karsidan görülen, bakilan Ortaçag kalelerine, satolarina. Gerisinde yol iz birakmamistir çünkü, görünmek yetmis gibidir. Hem niçin biraksin? Kendisi de öyle gelmemis midir buraya. Kimsenin elini tutmadan, kimseye yaslanmadan, yalniz kendi külünü yaka yaka."
Author: Ilhan Berk
9. "I am a dash man and not a miler, and it is probable that I will never write a novel. So far the novels of this war have had too much of the strength, maturity and craftsmanship critics are looking for, and too little of the glorious imperfections which teeter and fall off the best minds. The men who have been in this war deserve some sort of trembling melody rendered without embarrassment or regret. I'll watch for that book."
Author: J.D. Salinger
10. "Kaptan Larsen'in Dünya Görüsü: "Insan hayatini demek istiyorsun. Ama yedigin balik ya da hayvan etlerinin insaninkinden hiç bir farki yok. Böylesine ucuz ve degersiz olan bir hayat için neden hasisce davranayim? Yeryüzünde gemilerden çok daha fazla denizci, fabrikalardan ve makinalardan çok daha fazla isçi var. Neden siz, karada yasayan insanlar, zavalli insanlarinizi, kentlerinizin kenar mahallelerinde sefil sokaklarinizda barindiriyorsunuz?... Neden bütün hastaliklari ve açligi onlarin üstüne yigiyorsunuz?... Bir parça is için vahsi hayvanlar gibi dögüsen insanlar gördün mü hiç hayatinda?..."
Author: Jack London
11. "Bir gün, güzellik ve çirkinlik bir deniz kiyisinda karsilastilar ve dediler, 'haydi denize girelim.' Giysilerini çikartip suda yüzdüler. Bir süre sonra, çirkinlik kiyiya dönüp, güzelligin giysilerine büründü ve yoluna gitti. Güzellik de denizden çikti, kendi giysilerini bulamadi; ama çiplak olmak utandiriyordu onu, çaresiz çirkinligin giysilerine büründü ve yoluna devam etti güzellik. O gün bugündür, erkekler ve kadinlar onlari birbirine karistirir. Ancak içlerinden güzelligin yüzünü önceden görmüs kimileri vardir ki, giysilerine bakmaksizin tanirlar onu. Ve yine çirkinligin yüzünü bilen kimileri vardir ki, gözlerinden tanirlar çirkinligi."
Author: Kahlil Gibran
12. "The prospect Smiler was a manic farmer. Few men I think can have been as unfortunate as he; for on the one hand he was a melancholic with a loathing for mankind, on the other, some paralysis had twisted his mouth into a permanent and radiant smile. So everyone he met, being warmed by his smile, would shout him a happy greeting. And beaming upon them with his sunny face he would curse them all to hell."
Author: Laurie Lee
13. "How I go to the woodsOrdinarily, I go to the woods alone, with not a singlefriend, for they are all smilers and talkers and therefore unsuitable.I don't really want to be witnessed talking to the catbirds or hugging the old black oak tree. I have my way of praying, as you no doubt have yours. Besides, when I am alone I can become invisible. I can siton the top of a dune as motionless as an uprise of weeds, until the foxes run by unconcerned. I can hear the almostunhearable sound of the roses singing.If you have ever gone to the woods with me, I must loveyou very much."
Author: Mary Oliver
14. "De plus en plus, les théories qui tentaient d'expliquer les phénomènes économiques, de prévoir leurs évolutions, lui apparaissaient a peu prés également inconsistantes, hasardeuses, elle était de plus en plus tentée de les assimiler a du charlatanisme pur et simple; il était même surprenant, se disait-elle parfois, qu'on attribue un prix Nobel d'économie, comme si cette discipline pouvait se prévaloir du même sérieux méthodologique, de la même rigueur intellectuelle que la chimie, ou que la physique."
Author: Michel Houellebecq
15. "I was glad my father was an eye-smiler. It meant he never gave me a fake smile because it's impossible to make your eyes twinkle if you aren't feeling twinkly yourself. A mouth-smile is different. You can fake a mouth-smile any time you want, simply by moving your lips. I've also learned that a real mouth-smile always has an eye-smile to go with it. So watch out, I say, when someone smiles at you but his eyes stay the same. It's sure to be a phony."
Author: Roald Dahl
16. "Fire auge med glimt og strålar under vippene. Heile spegelglaset fullt. Spørsmål som skyt fram og gøymer seg att. Eg veit ikkje: Glimt og strålar, glimt frå deg til meg, frå meg til deg, og frå meg til deg åleine - inn i glaset og tilbake, og aldri noko svar på kva dette er, aldri noko løysning. Dei raude putande leppene dine, nei det er mine, så likt! Håret på same måten, og glimt og strålar. Det er oss! Vi kan ikkje gjera noko med det, det er som frå ei anna verd. Biletet byrjar å svive, flyt ut til kantane, samlar seg, nei samlar seg ikkje. Det er ein munn som smiler. Ein munn frå ei anna verd. Nei det er ingen munn, det er ikkje noko smil, det er noko ingen veit - det er berre oppspana augevipper over glimt og strålar."
Author: Tarjei Vesaas

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Friendship arises out of mere Companionship when two or more of the companions discover that they have in common some insight or interest or even taste which the others do not share and which, till that moment, each believed to be his own unique treasure (or burden). The typical expression of opening Friendship would be something like, "What? You too? I thought I was the only one." ... It is when two such persons discover one another, when, whether with immense difficulties and semi-articulate fumblings or with what would seem to us amazing and elliptical speed, they share their vision - it is then that Friendship is born. And instantly they stand together in an immense solitude."
Author: C.S. Lewis

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