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1. "Age has given me the gift of me, it just gave me what I was always longing for, which was to get to be the woman I've already dreamt of being. Which is somebody who can do rest and do hard work and be a really constant companion, a constant tender-hearted wife to myself."
Author: Anne Lamott
2. "I hate the world and almost all the people in it. I hate the Labour Congress and the journalists who send men to be slaughtered, and the fathers who feel a smug pride when their sons are killed, and even the pacifists who keep saying human nature is essentially good, in spite of all the daily proofs to the contrary. I hate the planet and the human race—I am ashamed to belong to such a species."
Author: Bertrand Russell
3. "Gail had a baby named Ned who was four months old, and a new look of baffled hurt, a left-behind sadness, like she saw that the great world kept spinning onward and away while she'd overnight become glued to her spot."
Author: Daniel Woodrell
4. "Am încercat într-o mare tacere si într-o mare singuratate, în mijlocul naturii, departe deoameni si aproape de mine, o senzatie de tumult nesfîrsit, în care lumea, ca un torentirezistibil, m-a napadit, a trecut prin mine asemenea unui fluid transparent si insesizabil.Închizînd ochii, întreaga lume pare ca s-a topit în creierul meu, prin care ea trece într-unelan torential, de un farmec indefinibil si de un avînt impetuos, curgînd apoi din mine înforme si înaltari de valuri, ca în visurile de înec de o groaza voluptuoasa. Am simtit atuncinu numai cum un om poate trai, în anumite clipe, toata esenta misterioasa a destinului uman,dar si cum în el se poate concentra universalitatea lumii, absorbita în extazurile singuratatii."
Author: Emil Cioran
5. "I did not care what it was all about. All I wanted to know was how to live in it. Maybe if you found out how to live in it you learned from that what is was all about."
Author: Ernest Hemingway
6. "I am a forest, and a night of dark trees: but he who is not afraid of my darkness, will find banks full of roses under my cypresses."
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
7. "The greatest guitar player in the world today for me is Paco de Lucia, who is actually Spanish."
Author: George Benson
8. "He turns to the painting. "I fear Mark was right.""Who is Mark?""A silly little boy who runs after George Boleyn. I once heard him say I looked like a murderer."Gregory says, "Did you not know?"
Author: Hilary Mantel
9. "Witches never existed, except in people's minds. All there was in the olden days was women and some men who believed in herbal cures and in folklore and in the wish to fly. Witches? We're all witches in one way or another. Witches was the invention of mankind, son. We're all witches beneath the skin."
Author: Ian Rankin
10. "I dream my poemsand write my dreams.We can only write our own dreams, not the dreams of others,for our dreams speak from our hearts.For those who do not dream poems,how can they know what dreams their hearts want to write?"
Author: Jeffrey A. White
11. "Today's politicians are like policemen on traffic duty. They are just dealing with traffic right in front of them. Yet they want to be the Superintendent based on that alone. The politicians and the bigwigs in finance have no ambition. There are too many who confuse the power that they got by their position as their own ability."
Author: Jirō Shirasu
12. "If you're a ghost," he said, "we mean you no disrespect. And if you're not a ghost, tell me who you are-or you soon will be one"
Author: John Flanagan
13. "In any case, Cide Hamete Benengeli was a very careful historian, and very accurate in all things, as can be clearly seen in the details he relates to us, for although they are trivial and inconsequential, he does not attempt to pass over them in silence; his example could be followed by solemn historians who recount actions so briefly and succinctly that we can barely taste them, and leave behind in the inkwell, through carelessness, malice, or ignorance, the most substantive part of the work."
Author: Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
14. "Her eyes are very bright. She loves senses, loves the world. He finds that…admirable, and a bit daunting. I am a mole. I am hiding, in the company of a woman who adores the sunlight and the rain."
Author: Nick Harkaway
15. ".. or a saint who had spent all his years preparing for his grand entry into heaven, only to discover on his deathbed that heaven was not some blue expanse full of angelic string quartets and opalescent clouds, but an eternity granted for reliving one's happiest moments, and that he had none to remember;"
Author: Olga Grushin
16. "In my own spiritual journey, I became a swami on the Hindu path of Bhakti. In the Hindu tradition, a swami is a monk who forgoes regular family life for the purpose of making the whole world his family and channels his full energy into spiritual practice, devotion to God and service to humanity."
Author: Radhanath Swami
17. "The dreamers, those who misread the actual state of affairs and act upon their emotions, are often the source of the greatest mistakes in history—the wars that are not thought out, the disasters that are not foreseen"
Author: Robert Greene
18. "I had kissed the monster who governed our world"
Author: Rosamund Hodge
19. "I have great trouble with the people who envision AIDS as a punishment from God."
Author: Russell Johnson
20. "Suffering is the greatest treasure on earth; it purifies the soul. In suffering, we learn who our true friend is."
Author: Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska
21. "The man who has never made a fool of himself in love will never be wise in love."
Author: Theodor Reik
22. "To be beautiful, handsome, means that you possess a power which makes all smile upon and welcome you; that everybody is impressed in your favor and inclined to be of your opinion; that you have only to pass through a street or to show yourself at a balcony to make friends and to win mistresses from among those who look upon you. What a splendid, what a magnificent gift is that which spares you the need to be amiable in order to be loved, which relieves you of the need of being clever and ready to serve, which you must be if ugly, and enables you to dispense with the innumerable moral qualities which you must possess in order to make up for the lack of personal beauty."
Author: Théophile Gautier

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What is it, Master Calligrapher, that little girls do in the way that spiders weave?" sleeve asked primly.The Calligrapher coughed, for his room was very dusty, and there was dust even on his eyelashes, and said: "It is right and proper," he said, "for a girl to read as many books as there are bricks in this city, and then, when she is finished, to begin to write new ones which are made out of the old ones, as this city is made of those stones."
Author: Catherynne M. Valente

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