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1. "Kids don't act right. Sure it's embarrassing when it happens but any reasonable person won't fault a parent when a kid throws a fit. However, when a child doesn't act right and a parent doesn't act at all then we've got a problem.Parents get up off of your rears and parent your children. Please I beg you stop these little bedlamites from running amuck at church, in restaurants, at the movies, in the store or really anywhere that I may be."
Author: Aaron Blaylock
2. "De la realidad, misteriosa, tan vasta y imprevisible, no percibimos más que lo que se filtra a través de nuestro minúsculo punto de vista. La imaginación activa es la clave de una visión amplia, permite enfocar la vida desde puntos de vista que no son los nuestros, pensar y sentir a partir de diferentes ángulos. Ésa es la verdadera libertad: ser capaz de salir de uno mismo, atravesar los limites de nuestro pequeño mundo individual para abrirse al universo."
Author: Alejandro Jodorowsky
3. "But fear isn't a quiet pet that stays in a cage in the back room. Rather, as termites undermine the internal workings of a structure until it collapses from within, fear spreads to every part of your life unless you deal with it."
Author: Amy Layne Litzelman
4. "Plants began the process of land colonization about 450 million years ago, accompanied of necessity by tiny mites and other organisms which they needed to break down and recycle dead organic matter on their behalf. Larger animals took a little longer to emerge, but by about 400 million years ago they were venturing out of the water, too. Popular illustrations have encouraged us to envision the first venturesome land dwellers as a kind of ambitious fish—something like the modern mudskipper, which can hop from puddle to puddle during droughts—or even as a fully formed amphibian. In fact, the first visible mobile residents on dry land were probably much more like modern woodlice, sometimes also known as pillbugs or sow bugs. These are the little bugs (crustaceans, in fact) that are commonly thrown into confusion when you upturn a rock or log."
Author: Bill Bryson
5. "Ele me revelou um lado melhor do meu ser. Quer dizer, não falo apenas do talento para literatura. Refiro-me principalmente à sensibilidade, à liberdade para sentir intensamente e não ter mais vergonha disso. Falo de chorar quando a vontade vem, de fazer um gesto de carinho quando isso é tudo o que importa. Falo de ser humano quando isso significa conhecer nossos defeitos e limites, cientes de que nós somos sempre capazes de nos aprimorar, capazes de aprender a ser mais gente!"
Author: Camilo Gomes Jr.
6. "Cântico IINão sejas o de hoje.Não suspires por ontens...não queiras ser o de amanhã.Faze-te sem limites no tempo.Vê a tua vida em todas as origens.Em todas as existências.Em todas as mortes.E sabes que serás assim para sempre.Não queiras marcar a tua passagem.Ela prossegue:É a passagem que se continua.É a tua eternidade.És tu"
Author: Cecília Meireles
7. "I'll tell you...what real love is. It is blind devotion, unquestioning self-humiliation, utter submission, trust and belief against yourself and against the whole world, giving up your whole heart and soul to someone who smites it."
Author: Charles Dickens
8. "Would the Judeo-Christian-Islamic God have sent his only-begotten son to save those beetles and their household mites, Jared?" "No." "But the god of this place has as great a care for them as for any other creature in the world. This is why I knew you could benefit from seeing those beetles yesterday. Those beetles are a manifestation of the gods' unending abundance and a sign to be read by those who have eyes to read. I wanted you to see how the gods lavish care without stint on every thing: no less upon a beetle whose supreme achievement is burying a mouse than upon the brain of Einstein, no less upon a mite whose favorite dish is a fly's egg than upon the eye of Michelangelo."
Author: Daniel Quinn
9. "The canvases which Mr. St. Jones referred to with a paintbrush that was long and slightly bowed: for the most part interiors, or undergrounds, of pocked and craggy holes, rock vaults with mossy floors and slimy walls, or narrow scenic vistas that skinny silver streams squirmed through like sidewinders flipped on their backs, beneath downward grasping tentacles of roots, stalactites dagger-sharp and dangling by threads of stone, stalagmites teetering, all doused, frozen in molten electric white that suggested what a glimpse of hell might be, too beautiful, some still lifes too, great bulbous beets, hoary legumes, giant scallions, white carrots, tomatoes, berries, squash in huge radiant bowls, and portraits, signed by Ionia, of shadows, from which gleamed eyes and teeth and nails and, here and there, a glowing bubble, or scrotum, caught the eye. Near the door a counter clacked but rather quietly."
Author: Douglas Woolf
10. "L'orientaliste regarde l'Orient de haut, avec l'intention de saisir dans sa totalité le panorama qui s'étale sous ses yeux : culture, religion, esprit, histoire, société. Pour cela, il doit voir chaque détail à travers le dispositif d'un ensemble de catégories réductrices (les Sémites, l'esprit musulman, l'Orient, etc.). Puisque ces catégories sont avant tout schématiques et visent l'efficacité, et puisque qu'aucun Oriental ne peut se connaître lui-même comme le connaît un orientaliste, toute vision de l'Orient en vient à reposer, en fin de compte, pour sa cohérence, et sa force, sur la personne, l'institution ou le discours dont elle est la propriété. Toute vision globale est fondamentalement conservatrice, et nous avons noté de quelle manière, dans l'histoire des idées de l'Occident sur le Proche-Orient, ces idées se sont maintenues sans tenir compte des témoignages qui les contredisaient."
Author: Edward W. Said
11. "De lui-même, en lui-même, comme ensemble de croyances, comme méthode d'analyse, l'orientalisme ne peut se développer. En fait, il est par sa doctrine l'antithèse du développement, son argument central est le mythe du développement interrompu des Sémites. De cette matrice sortent d'autres mythes, chacun montrant le Sémite comme le contraire de l'Occidental et la victime, irrémédiablement, de ses propres faiblesses. Par tout un enchaînement de circonstances, le mythe sémitique a bifurqué dans le mouvement sioniste ; l'un des Sémites a suivi la voie de l'orientalisme, l'autre, l'Arabe, a été forcé de suivre celle de l'Oriental."
Author: Edward W. Said
12. "Que toda la historia de los pasadizos era una ridícula invención o creencia mía y que en todo caso había un solo túnel, oscuro y solitario: el mío, el túnel en que había transcurrido mi infancia, mi juventud, toda mi vida. Y en uno de esos trozos transparentes del muro de piedra yo había visto a esta muchacha y había creído ingenuamente que venía por otro túnel paralelo al mío, cuando en realidad pertenecía al ancho mundo, al mundo sin límites de los que no viven en túneles; y quizá se había acercado por curiosidad a una de mis extrañas ventanas y había entrevisto el espectáculo de mi insalvable soledad, o le había intrigado el lenguaje mudo, la clave de mi cuadro. Y entonces, mientras yo avanzaba siempre por mi pasadizo, ella vivía afuera su vida normal, la vida agitada que llevan esas gentes que viven afuera, esa vida curiosa y absurda donde en que hay bailes y fiestas y alegría y frivolidad."
Author: Ernesto Sabato
13. "Beware the Anglo-Catholics. They're all sodomites with unpleasant accents." --Cousin Jasper"
Author: Evelyn Waugh
14. "I hate that name," Mr. Grey said, walking toward the dragon's head statue. It was taller than he was, formed eerily from the stalactites and stalagmites of the cavern wall. "I wanted to be Mr. Purple. I like purple."
Author: G. Norman Lippert
15. "Es la vida, más que la muerte, la que no tiene límites."
Author: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
16. "O comandante olhou Fermina Darza e viu em suas pestanas os primeiros lampejos de um orvalho de inverno. Depois olhou Florentino Ariza, seu domínio invencível, e se assustou com a suspeita tardia de que é a vida, mais que a morte, a que não tem limites"
Author: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
17. "In his] mind, there was no contradiction between "I will jump into my grave laughing," appropriate for the end of the war, and "I shall gladly hang myself in public as a warning example for all anti-Semites on this earth," which now, under vastly different circumstances, fulfilled exactly the same function of giving him a lift."
Author: Hannah Arendt
18. "Los límites definen la persona. Definen lo que soy y lo que no soy. Un límite me muestra dónde termina mi persona y comienza otra persona, me da un sentido de propiedad."
Author: Henry Cloud
19. "El afecto del comienzo evolucionó en la medida en que maduraban, pero nunca hablaban de eso. Carecían de palabras para describir ese sentimiento y temían que al hacerlo se rompiera como el cristal. Expresar su relación en palabras significaba definirla, ponerle limites, reducirla; si no se mencionaba permanecía libre e incontaminada."
Author: Isabel Allende
20. "My motto - sans limites."
Author: Isadora Duncan
21. "They tremble and hide under the table when a local branch of ADL calls them ‘anti-Semites'. Like the label of ‘witch' in Salem, this word triggers a spasm wave in the target population."
Author: Israel Shamir
22. "—«Una inteligencia sin límites es el mayor tesoro de los hombres»"
Author: J.K. Rowling
23. "Le regard analytique et le regard intuitif sur la vie ne peuvent s'harmoniser dans un même être que dans la mesure où le premier est subordonné au second. C'est du second, et notamment du sentiment de beauté et de compassion qu'il enferme, que découle le sens de la totalité de même que celui des équilibres et de la limite. Le regard intuitif est la condition de la sagesse sans laquelle le regard analytique peut conduire à des excès suicidaires. L'analyse des phénomènes donne de la puissance sur eux, elle permet de dominer la nature, mais elle n'enferme aucune indication quant aux limites qu'il convient d'assigner à cette puissance."
Author: James E. Lovelock
24. "Não. Eu me refiro a um amor que dá visão ao cego. De um amor mais forte do que o medo. Eu falo de um amor que dá sentido à vida, que desafia as leis naturais da deterioração, que nos faz florescer, que não tem limites. Eu me refiro ao triunfo do espírito humano sobre o egoísmo e a morte."
Author: Jan Philipp Sendker
25. "Si uno quiere descubrir cualidades realmente excepcionales en el carácter de un ser humano, debe tener el tiempo o la oportunidad de observar su comportamiento durante varios años. Si este comportamiento no es egoísta, si está presidido por una generosidad sin límites, si es tan obvio que no hay afán de recompensa, y además ha dejado una huella visible en la tierra, entonces no cabe equivocación posible."
Author: Jean Giono
26. "You know, if you monitored the humidity a little better in here, you might reduce the irritants.''I assume you're referring to the mites, and not the lawyers."
Author: Jodi Picoult
27. "Sé que la explicación de todas las cosas, como el origen de todas las cosas, debe permanecer oculta en el infinito. Pero quiero que mi comprensión me conduzca a lo que es por definición inexplicable; quiero que lo inexplicable continúe siéndolo, no porque no sean justas las exigencias de mi razón (esas exigencias son justas y no puedo comprender nada fuera de ellas), sino porque percibo los límites de mi inteligencia. Quiero comprender de tal manera que cada postulado inexplicable se me aparezca como una necesidad de la razón, y no como una obligación de creer."
Author: Leo Tolstoy
28. "Yes, we have to seek redemption! Redemption from the divisive politics based on caste and religion, redemption from the corruption which is eating our lives like termites, redemption from misery of poverty, redemption from the sins of our venal politicians. We need good governance and accountability. An individual has to fight for the things he rightfully deserves. People do not need crutches of any kind if the basic conditions of nation are conducive to their growth. It's ridiculous; people are first deprived of basic amenities, denied their dues and then offered carrots to benefit the vote bank politics."
Author: Madhu Vajpayee
29. "Rien n'est impossible, seules les limites de nos esprits définissent certaines choses comme inconcevables."
Author: Marc Levy
30. "Algún día, es posible que tengas que pagar un precio muy alto por todo el placer y la alegría que el amor provoca. Y cuanto más intensamente ames, más intenso será el dolor futuro. Conocerás la angustia de los celos, la incomprensión, la sensación de rechazo y de injusticia. Sentirás el frío hasta en tus huesos, y tu sangre formará cubitos de hielo que notarás comer bajo tu piel. La mecánica de tu corazón explotará. Yo misma te instalé éste reloj, conozco perfectamente los límites de su funcionamiento. Como mucho es posible que resista la intensidad del placer, pero no es lo bastante sólido para aguantar los pesares del amor."
Author: Mathias Malzieu
31. "Un sueño roto bien pegado puede volverse aún más bello y sólido. Hasta el punto de hacer añicos los límites de lo real."
Author: Mathias Malzieu
32. "Las más bellas morales humanas están todas fundadas sobre la idea de que es preciso luchar y sufrir para purificarse, elevarse y perfeccionarse; pero ninguna trata de explicar por qué es necesario empezar de nuevo sin cesar. ¿Dónde va, pues, en qué abismos infinitos se pierde, desde eternidades sin límites, lo que se ha elevado en nosotros y no ha dejado vestigios? ¿Por qué si el Anima Mundi es soberanamente sabia ha querido estas luchas y estos sufrimientos que jamás han llegado y que, por consecuencia, jamás llegarán al fin? ¿Por qué no haber puesto, al primer esfuerzo, todas las cosas al punto de perfección a que nosotros creemos que tienden? ¿Por qué es preciso merecer su dicha? Pero ¿qué méritos pueden tener los que luchan o sufren mejor que sus hermanos, puesto que la fuerza o la virtud que les anima no la tienen más que porque un poder exterior la ha puesto en ellos más propiciamente que en otros?"
Author: Maurice Maeterlinck
33. "No puedes conocer tus límites hasta que no los pruebes una y otra y otra vez. Las herramientas, las personas, los recursos, ¡todo lo que necesites! llegará cuando te decidas finalmente a intentarlo."
Author: Mauricio Chaves Mesén
34. "Twitter," said Manny, waving his hand. "You know what that is? Termites with microphones."
Author: Meg Wolitzer
35. "El cuestionamiento de las formas de pensamiento vigentes que efectúa la revolución simbólica y la originalidad absoluta de lo que engendra tiene como contra partida la soledad absoluta que implica la transgresión de los límites de lo pensable. Este pensamiento que así se ha convertido en su propia medida no puede esperar en efecto que mentes estructuradas según esas mismas categorías que cuestiona puedan pensar este impensable."
Author: Pierre Bourdieu
36. "The bugs are not like us. The Pseudo-Arachnids aren't even like spiders. They are arthropods who happen to look like a madman's conception of a giant intelligent spider, but their organization, psychological and economic, is more like that of ants or termites; they are communal entities, the ultimate dictatorship of the hive."
Author: Robert A. Heinlein
37. "Todo el mundo estaba condicionado por el lugar donde nacía, confinado por sus propias creencias, pero al menos había que intentar que la mente se desarrollara más allá de dichos límites. De lo contrario, era como su uno viviera en una reserva, adorando a un puñado de falsos dioses."
Author: Scott Westerfeld
38. "The Jews had a love-hate relationship with the Greek culture. They craved its civilization but resented its dominance. Josephus says they regarded Greeks as feckless, promiscuous, modernizing lightweights, yet many Jerusalemites were already living the fashionable lifestyle using Greek and Jewish names to show they could be both. Jewish conservatives disagreed; for them, the Greeks were simply idolaters."
Author: Simon Sebag Montefiore
39. "Finally when he climbed below deck after dark, wondering where his dinner was, perhaps with a storm come up and rough seas and blinding rains, I'd sulk and lure him into the warm and steamy darkness and from the hairs of his warm body I'd breed a myriad smiling, sparkle-eyed one-year-olds, my broods, my flocks. In the churning seas, below the waves, together inside our hammock woven in coarse sailcloth by Unguentine's deft hands, a spherical webbed sack which hung and swivelled between the two walls of our bedroom, we would spin round and round with lapping tongues and the soft suction of lips, whirling, our amorous centrifuge, all night long, zipped inside against the elements. Now, years and years later, those nights, the thought and touch of them is enough to make me throw myself down on the ground and roll in the dust like a hen nibbled by mites, generating clouds, stars and all the rest."
Author: Stanley Crawford
40. "The more one limits oneself, the closer one is to the infinite; these people, as unworldly as they seem, burrow like termites into their own particular material to construct, in miniature, a strange and utterly individual image of the world"
Author: Stefan Zweig
41. "Seules votre compassion, votre attention et votre gentillesse sont invincibles et sans limites."
Author: Thích Nhất Hạnh
42. "I write nothing for publication, and last of all things should it be on the subject of religion. On the dogmas of religion as distinguished from moral principles, all mankind, from the beginning of the world to this day, have been quarrelling, fighting, burning and torturing one another, for abstractions unintelligible to themselves and to all others, and absolutely beyond the comprehension of the human mind. Were I to enter on that arena, I should only add an unit to the number of Bedlamites.[Letter to Mathew Carey, 11 November 1816]"
Author: Thomas Jefferson
43. "Perhaps, mites in airplane is just like human on planet."
Author: Toba Beta
44. "Estar na Europa era assim. Uma ponte para a infância, que conduzia ao outro lado do oceano, através de florestas, até as paisagens primordiais da minha imaginação. De um jeito ou de outro, eu havia ido a muitos lugares, do México ao Maine - e pensar que tive de ir até a Europa para poder voltar a minha cidade natal, minha lareira, meu quarto onde histórias e lendas pareciam sempre extrapolar os limites municipais. Ali moravam as lendas: na lira, no castelo, no farfalhar das asas dos cisnes."
Author: Truman Capote
45. "Más allá de mis ojos está el espacio sin límitesy más allá de mis números está el tiempo sin ritmo: Dios."
Author: Walt Whitman
46. "After all, the Church had murdered itself, as with every decade more and more depressed dubiousness crept into its synods and convocations, until speaking in tongues, it beat its own skull in at the back of the vestry. Divorcees and devil-worshippers, schismatics, sodomites and self murderers -- they were all the same for the impotent figures who stood in the pulpit and peered down at pitiful congregations, their numbers winnowed out by satellite television and interest-free credit."
Author: Will Self
47. "He that hangs himself is a virgin: virginity murders itself, and should be buried in highways, out of all sanctified limit, as a desperate offendress against nature. Virginity breeds mites, much like a cheese, consumes itself to the very paring, and so dies with feeding his own stomach. Besides, virginity is peevish, proud, idle, made of self-love, which is the most inhibited sin in the canon. Keep it not; you cannot choose but lose by't! Out with't! within the year it will make itself two, which is a goodly increase, and the principal itself not much the worse. Away with 't!"
Author: William Shakespeare
48. "Oh, ants, my sisters, good old honeydew-seekers! From close up you are sticky and shiny and gristly; and your nymphs have parasitic red mites stuck to them. You are too intent upon your chewing and gathering to listen to me, but I tell you that despite my warm feelings I really do not like you, and I cannot feel sorry for you in any way because there are too many of you and you are not cute at all. You eat too much of my forests; you are a rebellious tribe, and I will destroy you; I will poison your nests with sweet-smelling traps."
Author: William T. Vollmann
49. "Europa necesita estos límites tanto como los peces necesitan una bicicleta."
Author: Yanko Tsvetkov
50. "In my blood there is no Jewish blood. In their callous rage, all anti-Semites must hate me now as a Jew. For that reason I am a true Russian."
Author: Yevgeny Yevtushenko

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Reed couldn't have agreed more with his wolf. Tonight the three of them would spend the night in the same house. He just hoped they were together in the same bed when they did it. Preferably naked and sweaty with lots of intimate touching."
Author: Carrie Ann Ryan

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