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1. "The phantasmogoric philosophy, ineluctable bride of mediocrity."
Author: Aporva Kala
2. "We breathe too fast to be able to grasp things in themselves or to expose their fragility. Our panting postulates and distorts them, creates and disfigures them, and binds us to them. I bestir myself, therefore I emit a world as suspect as my speculation which justifies it; I espouse movement, which changes me into a generator of being, into an artisan of fictions, while my cosmogonic verve makes me forget that, led on by the whirlwind of acts, I am nothing but an acolyte of time, an agent of decrepit universes. (...)If we would regain our freedom, we must shake off the burden of sensation, no longer react to the world by our senses, break our bonds. For all sensation is a bond, pleasure as much as pain, joy as much as misery. The only free mind is the one that, pure of all intimacy with beings or objects, plies its own vacuity."
Author: Emil Cioran
3. "Functia Cuvîntului în cosmogonii. Dumnezeu vorbeste iar lucrurile se fac. Este o viziune literara a universului, pe care numai omul o putea concepe. Ne-ar placea sa cunoastem divagatiile cosmogonice ale unei creaturi mute."
Author: Emil Cioran
4. "Cloveški rod ni vec skromen. Nima cašcenja. Je aroganten in poln lastne tehnologije. Stalno se zavaja s svojimi iluzijami, da obvladuje svoje stvari, in tako ustvarja kaos in še vedno hoce videti, da je svet nemogoce obvladati. Jemljemo od Zemlje in drug drugega. Unicujemo gozdove, oceane, in ozracje. Drug drugega zasužnjujemo, mucimo pretepamo, ponižujemo in morimo."
Author: Gary Zukav
5. "Vsako dejanje, misel in obcutek spodbudi namen in ta namen je vzrok, ki obstaja kot vzrok s posledico. Ce smo soudeleženi v vzroku, ni mogoce, da ne bi bili soudeleženi tudi v posledici. Na ta najglobji nacin smo odgovorni za vsako svoje dejanje, misel in obcutek, kar pomeni, za vsak svoj namen. Mi sami bomo deležni sadu vsakega svojega namena. Zato je pametno, da se zacnemo zavedati mnogih namenov, ki dajejo sporocila našim izkušnjam, da razvrstimo, kateri nameni ustvarjajo katere posledice, in izbiramo svoje namene glede na posledice, ki jih želimo ustvarjati."
Author: Gary Zukav
6. "The business of reading and interpreting the Bible in South Afria is a tricky one! The Bible is everywhere and in the hands of many, including the pain inflictors. ~ Mogomme Alpheus Masoga"
Author: Gerald O. West
7. "In the morning I bathe my intellect in the stupendous and cosmogonal philosophy of the Bhagavad-Gita, in comparison with which our modern world and its literature seems puny and trivial."
Author: Henry David Thoreau
8. "I had a mind to make a body of more or less connected legend, ranging from the large and cosmogonic, to the level of romantic fairy-story - the larger founded on the lesser in contact with the earth, the lesser drawing splendour from the vast backcloths - which I could dedicate simply to: to England; to my country. ... I would draw some of the great tales in fullness, and leave many only placed in the scheme, and sketched. The cycles should be linked to a majestic whole, and yet leave scope for other minds and hands, wielding paint and music and drama."
Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
9. "This was the scientific age, and people wanted to believe that their traditions were in line with the new era, but this was impossible if you thought that these myths should be understood literally. Hence the furor occasioned by The Origin of Species, published by Charles Darwin. The book was not intended as an attack on religion, but was a sober exploration of a scientific hypothesis. But because by this time people were reading the cosmogonies of Genesis as though they were factual, many Christians felt--and still feel--that the whole edifice of faith was in jeopardy. Creation stories had never been regarded as historically accurate; their purpose was therapeutic. But once you start reading Genesis as scientifically valid, you have bad science and bad religion."
Author: Karen Armstrong
10. "Between gods and men, territories are set up. At least in the no-man's land of the heights of heaven, the depths of hell, and inside the boundary traced by the oceans. Dimensions installed by a cosmogonic trilogy that leaves each term in its generic place. There remains the earth ancestress, a fourth term, that was once the most fertile, that has been progressively buried and forgotten beneath the architectonic of patriarchal sovereignty. And this murder erupts in the form of ambivalences that have constantly to be solved and hierarchized, in twinned pairs of more or less good doubles."
Author: Luce Irigaray
11. "Fermi proslul svou schopností jednoduchým a rychlým zpusobem odhadnout fyzikální veliciny. Pri explozi první jaderné bomby v Alamogordu v poušti v Novém Mexiku 15. cervence 1945 napríklad upustil kus papíru z výšky ramen a sledoval, jak se vlivem nárazové vlny z bomby odklonil. Tím, že vedel, že epicentrum je devet mil daleko, odhadl energii výbuchu – jednalo se o ekvivalent více než 10 000 tun TNT."
Author: Marcus Chown
12. "...rado bih na ljetovanje u Brazil. Vozio bih se favelama. Minibus bi bio blindiran. Promatrao bih male osmogodišnje ubojice koji sanjare kako ce postati bosovi; male kurve koje umiru od side u trinaestoj. Ne bih se bojao jer bi me štitio željezni oklop. To bih radio ujutro, a popodne bih išao na plažu, medu prebogate švercere droge i svodnike. Usred tako razuzdanog života, tako gorucih stvari, zaboravio bih melankoliju zapadnjackog covjeka."
Author: Michel Houellebecq
13. "Sì, è possibile trapiantare l'ipofisi di uno Spinoza o di qualche altro povero diavolo e fabbricare da un cane un essere intelligentissimo. Ma perché farlo? Me lo dica lei, per favore: perché fabbricare artificialmente gli Spinoza quando una qualunque donnetta è capace di sfornarne uno quando vuole. Madame Lomonosov ha messo al mondo a Cholmogory quel suo celeberrimo figlio. Dottore, è la stessa umanità che ci pensa e, grazie all'evoluzione, genera ostinatamente, ogni anno, dalla gentaglia più triviale, decine di geni eminenti, abbellendo il globo terrestre."
Author: Mikhail Bulgakov
14. "Maksudnya biar lo termotivasi untuk cepat dapat pacar. Biar ada yang nemenin lo ke toko buku—""—gue bisa sendiri!" selaku cepat."atau menemani lo ngopi-ngopi—""—itulah gunanya teman-teman cewek!""atau mendengarkan lo curhat—""—itulah gunanya Syiana.""atau dimintai pertolongan saat si pipi tembam mogok di jalan.""— itu kan gunanya lo, San." Aku mulai nyengir."
Author: Nina Ardianti
15. "Zgodi se, da sem zmeden in potrt,a drugi dan spet skacem do neba.Brez Tebe nisem nikdar miren.Kadar Te ni, me smešijo ljudje,in ko spet prideš, mar mi ni, kaj govore.Brez Ljubega se veseljacenju odrekam,,ko pride On, se mu pridružim.Ce se pojavi kot tocaj, sem poleg,ce pride kot asket, postanem romar.Ce dela se bedaka, nor postanem,In ce poskuša uiti, sem mogocen lovec.Ko nad nocmi brez spanja pritožujem se,me smeši, pravi naj vec molim.Ko ga za uslugo prosim, On me odslovi.Kaj torej hocem drugega,Kot da se volji Njega uklonim."
Author: Rumi
16. "The Hindustani storyteller always knows when he loses his audience," he said. "Because the audience simply gets up and leave, or else it throws vegetables, or, if the audience is the king, it occasionally throws the storyteller headfirst off the city ramparts. And in this case, my dear Mogor-Uncle, the audience is indeed the king."
Author: Salman Rushdie
17. "Priznam, misli mi veckrat skrenejo s poti, namesto da bi se držala glavne ceste, rada zavijem na skrite stranske steze. Dajem vtis, kot da sem se izgubila, in mogoce sem se res, a po tej poti moraš, ce hoceš najti jedro, ki ga tako vneto išceš."
Author: Susanna Tamaro
18. "Od vseh navad, ki jih ima sodobni clovek, je prebiranje dnevnega casopisa gotovo ena najslabših. Zjutraj, ko je glava najbolj odprta, se vanjo vsuje zlo, kar ga je prejšnji dan pridelal svet. V preteklosti je zadostovalo, da nisi bral casnikov, pa si bil rešen. Danes to ni vec mogoce; obstajajo mediji in dovolj je, da jih vklopiš za sekundo, pa te zlo že naskoci in prodre vate."
Author: Susanna Tamaro
19. "In a great number of the cosmogonic myths the world is said to have developed from a great water, which was the prime matter. In many cases, as for instance in an Indian myth, this prime matter is indicated as a solution, out of which the solid earth crystallized out."
Author: Svante Arrhenius
20. "Mogo living brings about true freedom. When you have the inner conviction to do the most good and the least harm, you are free to say no to media, social, and peer pressures. You are free from a nagging sense that your life does not have value or meaning. You are free to imagine and then create a truly successful (in the deepest meaning on the word) life. You are free to be at peace with yourself and all those whom your life touches."
Author: Zoe Weil

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