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1. "I killed my ex lovers and buried to my memories' grave. It is JanuaryAnd I am tired of being brave."
Author: Arzum Uzun
2. "Commanded love of all men indiscriminately is an obliteration of distinction between love and hate, and therefore is not love at all."
Author: Benjamin Tucker
3. "Is it really love to tell someone that if it came down to picking between them and every other life on the planet, you'd pick them? Is that — I don't know, is that a moral sort of love at all?""Love isn't moral or immoral," said Clary. "It just is.""I know," Simon said. "But the actions we take in the name of love, those are moral or immoral."
Author: Cassandra Clare
4. "When our fingers touch a crackle of electricity passes between us."
Author: Cathy Cassidy
5. "All of us must cross the line between ignorance and insight many times before we truly understand."
Author: David Hawkins
6. "The key to a successful relationship isn't just in the words, it's in the choice of punctuation. When you're in love with someone, a well-placed question mark can be the difference between bliss and disaster, and a deeply respected period or a cleverly inserted ellipsis can prevent all kinds of exclamations."
Author: David Levithan
7. "The hours between eight in the evening and one or two in the morning have always been my magic hours. Against the blue candlewick bedspread the white pages of my open book, illuminated by a circle of lamplight, were the gateway to another world."
Author: Diane Setterfield
8. "Love is merely a combination between infatuation and confusion."
Author: Dustin Cruz
9. "He (Lincoln) differed from fanatical moralists primarily in that he was always perplexed. No sooner did he believe he was doing God's will that he began to admit that God's purposes might be different from his own. In short, he never forgot the men's contrast between the absolute goodness of God and the faltering goodness of all who are in the finite predicament."
Author: Elton Trueblood
10. "And it's time you learnd there's a big difference between your writing and your life. To do it right, your witing takes an incredible amount of work. Your life takes more."
Author: Jennifer Echols
11. "There is a fine line between assertiveness and being relaxed."
Author: Justin Guarini
12. "And the view was suddenly clear to me. The world opened out to its grim beyonds and I realized that, at forty, one must learn the rigors of acceptance. Capitalize it: Acceptance. I needed to accept what was put before me--be it a watery grave in Ireland's only natural fjord, or a return to the city and its grayer intensities, or a wordless exile in some steaming Cambodian swamp hole, or poems or no poems, or children or not, lovers or not, illness or otherwise, success or its absence. I would accept all that was put in my way, from here on through until I breathed my last."
Author: Kevin Barry
13. "The sports pages are men's pages, although they are not presented as such. /.../ On foreign fields, the men win their trophies, or lose their honour, doing battle on the nation's behalf. The readers, mainly men, are invited to see these male exploits in terms of the whole homeland, and, thus, men's concerns are presented as if defining the whole national honour.The parallel between sport and warfare seems obvious..."
Author: Michael Billig
14. "I don't really see huge barriers between any styles of music."
Author: Stefon Harris
15. "Yet where lies the line between compromise and surrender? Between relinquishing the ideal of perfection on the one hand, and losing one's integrity on the other?"
Author: Susan Maushart
16. "Words stand between silence and silence: between the silence of things and the silence of our own being. Between the silence of the world and the silence of God. When we have really met and known the world in silence, words do not separate us from the world nor from other men, nor from God, nor from ourselves because we no longer trust entirely in language to contain reality."
Author: Thomas Merton

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At a conference of sociologists in America in 1977, love was defined as "the cognitive-affective state characterized by intrusive and obsessive fantasizing concerning reciprocity of amorant feelings by the object of the amorance." That is jargon - the practice of never calling a spade a spade when you might instead call it a manual earth-restructuring implement - and it is one of the great curses of modern English."
Author: Bill Bryson

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