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1. "Do you wrestle with dreams? Do you contend with shadows? Do you move in a kind of sleep? Time has slipped away. Your life is stolen. You tarried with trifles, Victim of your folly." Dirge for Jamis on the Funeral Plain, from 'Songs of Muad'Dib"
Author: Frank Herbert
2. "The problem of leadership is inevitably: Who will play God?"Muad'Dib"
Author: Frank Herbert
3. "There was a man so wise,He jumped intoA sandy placeAnd burnt out both his eyes!And when he knew his eyes were gone,He offered no complaint.He summoned up a visionAnd made himself a saint. -Children's Verse from History of Muad'dib"
Author: Frank Herbert
4. "Abandon certainty! That's life's deepest command. That's what life's all about. We're a probe into the unknown, into the uncertain. Why can't you hear Muad'Dib? If certainty is knowing absolutely an absolute future, then that's only death disguised! Such a future becomes now!"
Author: Frank Herbert
5. "Many have marked the speed with which the Muad'Dib learned the necessities of Arrakis. The Bene Gesserit, of course, know the basis of this speed. For the others, we can say that Muad'Dib learned rapidly because his first training was in how to learn. And the first lesson of all was the basic trust that he could learn. It is shocking to find how many people do not believe they can learn, and how many more believe learning to be difficult. Muad'Dib knew that every experience carries its lesson."
Author: Frank Herbert
6. "My brother comes now," Alia said. "Even an Emperor may tremble before Muad'Dib, for he has the strength of righteousness and heaven smiles upon him."
Author: Frank Herbert
7. "Com o Jaí foi mais rápido, nas emoções contidas dele, modo de falar dos professorados todos dele, aí a JuízaMeritíssima aproveitou pra entender algumas coisas do presente, porque vistas bem as coisas, aquela sessão tava mais radicada nos passados, que é também o modo e a maneira das pessoas viverem a vida, muadiê, num sei se já reparaste, mas isso do presente é uma só armadilha, coisa de poucos valores reais, pois o que se faz é sempre ir perguntando no futuro o que ele nos vai dar, voltar no presente, fazer as contas rápidas e espreitar no passado, outras vezes parecidas, se foi assim mesmo como o futuro está prometer, ou não é, avilo?, pra mim é tudo a mesma rede: pontas dela são os dias, bóias dela são os passados, atirar rede na água são os futuros e o peixe, o peixe? – o peixe vindouro somos nós mesmo, apanhados nas correntes marítimas do presente. Falei bonito, muadiê?"
Author: Ondjaki
8. "Bashere shrugged, grinning brhind his grey-streaked moustaches, "When I first slept in a saddle, Muad Cheade was Marshal-General. The man was as mad as a hare in spring thaw. Twice every day he searched his bodyservant for poison, and he drank nothing but vinegar and water which he claimed was sovereign against the poison the fellow fed him, but he ate everything the man prepared for as long as I knew him. Once he had a grove of oaks chopped down because they were looking at him. And then insisted they be given decent funerals; he gave the oration. Do you have any idea how long it takes to dig graves for twenty-three oak trees?" "Why didn't somebody do something? His Family?" "Those not as mad as him, or madder, were afraid to look at him sideways. Tenobia's father wouldn't have let anyone touch Cheade anyway. He might have been insane, but he could outgeneral anyone I ever saw. He never lost a battle. He never even came close to losing."
Author: Robert Jordan
9. "Tinha andado a manter um silêncio amuado para com ele, esperando avidamente que me perguntasse que bicho me tinha mordido. O problema era que ele não o fazia. Haverá alguma coisa mais provocadora do que esperar que alguém comece uma discussão?"
Author: Robin Hobb

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