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1. "Sé, de una manera visionaria, que moriré de poesía. Esto no lo comprendo perfectamente, es vago, es lejano, pero lo sé y lo aseguro."
Author: Alejandra Pizarnik
2. "If I could stomach the awful part of being a veterinarian, which involves sticking your hand up animals' behinds, I would be a vet."
Author: Allison Janney
3. "I wanted to be a veterinarian until I saw a video of a vet performing surgery on a dog. Then I decided I wanted to be a pianist."
Author: Amy Lee
4. "Hay que dejar totalmente claro que las normas ordinarias del cine comercial y las producciones televisivas al uso corrompen al público de forma imperdonable, porque le roban cualquier posibilidad de contacto con el arte verdadero"
Author: Andrei Tarkovsky
5. "Suspiro y me muevo a estudiar los carteles de películas: el Sr. Darcy con su mano en la mejilla de Elizabeth hace nada por mí, más que querer escupir. Puede ser que la ame, pero durante toda su vida, Sr. Darcy quiso ser un desgraciado irritable. Edward Cullen, con sus brazos alrededor de Bella protectoramente mientras Jacob mira hacia ellos, me hace querer vomitar. ¿Y ellos llamaron a su bebe Renesme? POR FAVOR. Jack y Rose del Titanic me tienen apretando los puños. Rose debió abandonarlo ese día. Si lo hubiera hecho, podrían haber llegado a la balsa salvavidas. Romeo y Julieta se ven como idiotas para mí ahora. Ellos sabían que no funcionaria. Romeo nunca debería haber vuelto a su balcón. Fue su estúpida culpa. Él lo sabía. Si él simplemente no hubiera intentado, ambos habrían vivido. ¿Y quién bebe estúpido veneno para resolver sus problemas? Lamentable. Patético. Todos ellos."
Author: Anne Eliot
6. "O desejo sexual, sobretudo quando se concentra na paixão, fixando-se numa determinada mulher é a quintessência de todas as fraudes desse nobre mundo; isso porque promete indizivelmente, infinitamente e extraordinariamente muito e cumpre miseravelmente pouco."
Author: Arthur Schopenhauer
7. "Aquí cabe decir y sin hipérboles, "que la acumulación de conocimiento y destrezas de las fuerzas productivas generales del cerebro social.. (se convierten).. en maquinarias". Más aún, "Cuando el capital fijo aparece como maquinarias...la invención se convierte en negocio y la aplicación de la ciencia a la producción directa se torna en su determinante (Marx 1973)"
Author: Asdrúbal Baptista
8. "Auguste Comte, in particular, whose social system, as unfolded in his Systeme de Politique Positive, aims at establishing (though by moral more than by legal appliances) a despotism of society over the individual, surpassing anything contemplated in the political ideal of the most rigid disciplinarian among the ancient philosophers."
Author: Auguste Comte
9. "Finché l'umanità continuerà a brancolare nella sua nebbia millenaria di superstizioni e di venerande sentenze, finché sarà troppo ignorante per sviluppare le sue proprie energie, non sarà nemmeno capace di sviluppare le energie della natura che le vengono svelate. Che scopo si prefigge il vostro lavoro? Io credo che la scienza possa proporsi altro scopo che quello di alleviare la fatica dell'esistenza umana. Se gli uomini di scienza non reagiscono all'intimidazione dei potenti egoisti e si limitano ad accumulare sapere per sapere, la scienza può rimanere fiaccata per sempre, ed ogni nuova macchina non sarà fonte che di nuovi triboli per l'uomo. E quando, coll'andar del tempo, avrete scoperto tutto lo scopribile, il vostro progresso non sarà che un progressivo allontanamento dall'umanità. Tra voi e l'umanità può scavarsi un abisso così grande, che ad ogni vostro eureka rischierebbe di rispondere un grido di dolore universale…"
Author: Bertolt Brecht
10. "Does 'submissive' mean 'baby' in your language, Master Mason? Because I'll have you know ----...."No, but Dominant does mean lover, caretaker, disciplinarian, and whatever else the situation warrants."
Author: Bianca Sommerland
11. "He tratado de mantener una mente abierta; y no son las cosas ordinarias de la vida las que pueden cerrarla, sino las cosas extrañas; las cosas extraordinarias, las cosas que lo hacen dudar a uno si son locura o realidad.- Doctor van Helsing."
Author: Bram Stoker
12. "Though I had fallen in love with Narian a long time ago, I was continually learning more about him. I'd always been familiar with his principles and his personality, but it was the little things that made a human being. Little things like how he was not accustomed to sharing his space-had I not been forced to hide in his bedroom during his exchange with the High Priestess, I would not yet have seen it. There are other things, as well. He was nearly fluent in three languages in addition to our own; he absolutely could not sleep on his back; and he didn't now how to handle being irritated with me."
Author: Cayla Kluver
13. "Images of him continued to plague me, unbidden and cruelly tantalising: the mesmerizing blue eyes that compelled me to share with him my most private fears; the feel of his thick, untidy hair as the sunlight split it into myriad shades of gold; the soft laugh that touched my soul; his aloof but unpretentious manner; his confident assurance that I could make my own choices. I shuddered at the thought of Steldor's attitude toward me, for he saw me as only a woman, relegated to supervising that household, planning and executing social events and raising the children. All he really wanted was my presence in his bed, which made me all the more unwilling to comply. Steldor's glance made me uncomfortable, his patronising laugh made me cringe, his condescension frequently led to my humiliation. In Narians arms, I had felt extraordinary happiness; in Steldor's I felt trapped."
Author: Cayla Kluver
14. "Pero nuestra separación forzosa sólo consiguió hacerme más consciente de que, en muchos sentidos, Narian tenía mi vida en sus manos. [pp. 374]"
Author: Cayla Kluver
15. "Did you face the bitch yourself or did you get it from Narian?"I smiled at his word choice. "I approached Rava myself. I've been known to face down a bitch or two."
Author: Cayla Kluver
16. "Thoughts of Narian, the strong, brave, tender young man with whom I had fallen in love, juxtaposed against the dark entity I envisioned taking over my homeland, would have shredded my sanity."
Author: Cayla Kluver
17. "Thank you father, thank you. I know you watched me from above and protected me. I promise I shall serve the Magnarian Confederation with all my body and soul. I shall dedicate myself fully to our confederation, the family that you so loved. And I love it too. I shall protect, love and respect it always. This is my promise and commitment. Thank you"
Author: Chayada Welljaipet
18. "Who better than a bunch of celibate male octogenarians to tell the world how to have sex? - Robert Langdon"
Author: Dan Brown
19. "Linnaeus's last lesson, of which he himself was unaware, was that professorships kill philosophers. Oh, I'm vain enough to want my burgeoning Flora Japonica to be published one day--as a votive offering to human knowledge--but a seat at Uppsala, or Leiden, or Cambridge, holds no allure. My heart is the East's in this lifetime. This is my third year in Nagasaki, and I have work enough for another three, or six. During the court embassy I can see landscapes no European botanist ever saw. My seminarians are keen young men--with one young woman--and visiting scholars bring me specimens from all over the empire."
Author: David Mitchell
20. "¿Que es la maquinaria del PRI? Es la orden de ordeñar la obra pública durante el ciclo electoral."
Author: Denise Dresser
21. "E, então, o tempo, o tempo verdadeiramente físico, não se orienta pelo relógio; ele é antes, e no mais das vezes, uma função da atmosfera na qual transcorre. É, portanto, extraordinariamente difícil determinar, mesmo aproximadamente, quando um se juntou de fato à companhia dos outros, quando o outro se levantou e quando o terceiro realmente partiu."
Author: Elias Canetti
22. "Mesmo que eu o derrubasse vinte vezes, isso não o tornaria menos bonito, nem a mim menos feio. (...) - Um bom coração ajuda a ter um belo rosto, meu rapaz, mesmo que a pessoa seja monstruosa. Sabias que um coração empedernido é capaz de tornar a pessoa mais bonita num verdadeiro monstro."
Author: Emily Brontë
23. "No tempo em que eu tinha amigos, muitas vezes riam de minha mania de escolher sempre os caminhos mais tortuosos: Pergunto-me porque a realidade há de ser simples. A experiência me ensinou que, ao contrário, ela quase nunca é simples, e que quando algo parece extraordinariamente claro, uma ação que aparentemente obedece há uma causa simples, quase sempre há por baixo motivos mais complexos. Um exemplo corriqueiro: as pessoas que dão esmolas. Em geral, considera-se que são mais generosas e melhores do que as que não dão. Permito-me tratar com maior desdém essa teoria simplista. Todo mundo sabe que não se resolve o problema de um mendigo (de um mendigo autêntico) com um peso e um pedaço de pão: resolve-se apenas o problema psicológico do sujeita que compra assim, por quase nada, sua tranquilidade espiritual e seu título de generoso."
Author: Ernesto Sabato
24. "Enter no conflict against fanatics unless you can defuse them. Oppose a religion with another religion only if your proofs (miracles) are irrefutable or if you can mesh in a way that the fanatics accept you as god-inspired. This has long been the barrier to science assuming a mantle of divine revelation. Science is so obviously man-made. Fanatics (and many are fanatic on one subject or another) must know where you stand, but more important, must recognise who whispers in your ear." - Missionaria Protectiva, Primary Teaching."
Author: Frank Herbert
25. "In the high school classroom you are a drill sergent, a rabbi, a shoulder to cry on, a disciplinarian, a singer, a low-level scholar, a clerk, a referee, a clown, a counselor, a dress-code enforcer, a conductor, an apologist, a philosopher, a collaborator, a tap dancer, a politician, a therapist, a fool, a traffic cop, a priest, a mother-father-brother-sister-uncle-aunt, a bookeeper, a critic, a psychologist, the last straw."
Author: Frank McCourt
26. "A volte l'uomo è straordinariamente, appassionatamente innamorato della sofferenza."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
27. "Me aterra pensar en el futuro, porque el futuro es otra vez la soledad, esta vida rutinaria e inútil"
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
28. "Las representaciones dadas por la sensación y la intuición son, según su contenido, algo plural, y tambiénlo son igualmente según su forma, es decir, por la exterioridad recíprocade la sensibilidad en sus dos formas, espacio y tiempo, las cuales encuanto formas (o lo universal) del intuir son ellas mismas a priori. Esoplural del sensar e intuir es conducido a identidad, a una conexión originaria,en tanto que el yo lo refiere a sí mismo y lo une a sí en tanto concienciauna (apercepción pura). Las maneras determinadas de ese referirson los conceptos puros del entendimiento, las categorías."
Author: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
29. "Poiché univa all'immaginazione la metodicità scientifica, era conscio del fatto che l'uomo moderno, quando non esistono leggi, tende costantemente a sfogare gli istinti più tenebrosi, che risalgono ai nostri scimmieschi, primitivi antenati, nella vita ordinaria, e nelle manifestazioni di culto."
Author: H.P. Lovecraft
30. "Odo ancora, mentre scrivo, l'intenso silenzio in cui si cessarono tutti i suoni della sera. Le cornacchie smisero di gracchiare nel cielo dorato e l'ora amica smarrì, per quell'orribile momento, tutta la sua voce. Ma non ci fu nessun altro cambiamento intorno a me, se cambiamento non era vedere con tanto singolare chiarezza. L'oro luccicava ancora nel cielo, l'aria era limpida e l'uomo che mi osservava da sopra i merli risaltava quanto un ritratto nella sua cornice. Ecco perché pensai, con straordinaria rapidità, a tutti coloro che egli avrebbe potuto essere e che non era. Ci fissammo attraverso lo spazio abbastanza a lungo perché potessi chiedermi ansiosamente chi fosse mai, e provare, dinanzi all'incapacità di rispondervi, uno sbigottimento che, a poco a poco, si faceva sempre più intenso."
Author: Henry James
31. "No hizo falta mucho para reducir el castillo de naipes de la civilización. Solo unas pocas ráfagas y pasó, la balanza se inclinó, se rompió el encanto. Los buenos ciudadanos se dieron cuenta de que las líneas que habían dado forma a sus vidas eran imaginarias y se cruzaban con facilidad. Tenían deseos y necesidades y el poder para satisfacerlas, así que lo hicieron. En el momento en que se apagaron las luces, todo el mundo dejó de fingir."
Author: Isaac Marion
32. "Puede que esas cosas sean sanguinarias, pero no son más tontas porque no se entrenan"
Author: James Dashner
33. "I wrote for years before I was ever published, and I don't think I could ever stop. That said, I was also a veterinarian before I sold my first book, and I still volunteer my time to help with animal welfare causes. So that is a career I would be happy to return to - while still secretly writing strange stories back in my doctor's office."
Author: James Rollins
34. "The evil of the actual disparity in their ages (and Mr. Woodhouse had not married early) was much increased by his constitution and habits; for having been a valetudinarian all his life, without activity of mind or body, he was a much older man in ways than in years; and though everywhere beloved for the friendliness of his heart and his amiable temper, his talents could not have recommended him at any time."
Author: Jane Austen
35. "—Quiero que sepas… —Akiva tragó saliva—. Necesito que sepas que me sentí atraído por ti (por ti, Karou) antes de descubrir el hueso. Antes de darme cuenta, y creo… creo que siempre te encontraría, sin importar lo escondida que estuvieras —la miró con extraordinaria intensidad—. Tu alma y la mía cantan la misma canción. Mi alma es tuya, y siempre lo será, en cualquier mundo. No importa lo que suceda… —su voz se quebró y tuvo que respirar hondo—. Necesito que recuerdes que te quiero."
Author: Laini Taylor
36. "Tú no eres un error. Eres una criatura extraordinaria, Fenris, seas lo que seas'' Ronna"
Author: Laura Gallego García
37. "How lucky, I thought, were people who had known from earliest childhood what they wanted to do. All the children in my grammar school, who said they wanted to be doctors, had grown up to become doctors. This was also the case apparently with firemen, veterinarians, songwriters, and race car drivers.I had opted for a kind of pure experience, which, as Doo-Wah had pointed out, is not usually something you get paid for. I did not want to write a book about it. I did not want to write so much as an article. I wanted to be left alone with my experience and go on to the next thing, whatever that was."
Author: Laurie Colwin
38. "La tradición milenaria de la Cofradía del Recinto reconocía cuatro Virtudes Primordiales en las criaturas humanas: el conocimiento de las causas, la honra de llevar un nombre, la memoria y la poesía."
Author: Liliana Bodoc
39. "Whaddaya want?" growled Viola, our small, surly, octogenarian waitress.What did I want? A job. A clue. A love."Two coffees," Len answered for me.Coffee would do for now, I guess."
Author: Megan McCafferty
40. "In an antique city-state, or a modern municipality, shame is the penalty for the violation of ethics—making things more symmetric. Banishment and exile, or, worse, ostracism were severe penalties—people did not move around voluntarily and considered uprooting a horrible calamity. In larger organisms like the mega holy nation-state, with a smaller role for face-to-face encounters, and social roots, shame ceases to fulfill its duty of disciplinarian."
Author: Nassim Nicholas Taleb
41. "If you have more than one reason to do something (choose a doctor or veterinarian, hire a gardener or an employee, marry a person, go on a trip), just don't do it. It does not mean that one reason is better than two, just that by invoking more than one reason you are trying to convince yourself to do something. Obvious decisions (robust to error) require no more than a single reason."
Author: Nassim Nicholas Taleb
42. "Razas víctimas de un poder extraño cualquiera (los negros norteamericanos por ejemplo), entablan un combate con una realidad concreta. Nosotros en cambio, luchamos con entidades imaginarias, vestigios del pasado y fantasmas engendrados por nosotros mismos. Esos fantasmas y vestigios son reales, el menos para nosotros. […] son intocables e invencibles, ya que no están fuera de nosotros, sino en nosotros mismos. […] el mexicano actual, como se ha visto, puede reducirse a esto: el mexicano no quiere o no se atreve a ser él mismo."
Author: Octavio Paz
43. "I certainly think that 10 to 20 years from now, clearly the majority of veterinarians will be women."
Author: Richard Adams
44. "Tikraja tavo šeima sieja ne kraujo ryšys, o pagarba ir džiaugsmas, kuriuos randate vienas kito gyvenime. Vienos šeimos nariai retai išauga po tuo paciu stogu."
Author: Richard Bach
45. "That childhood said to have been mine the difficulty of believing in it the feeling rather of having been born octogenarian at the age when one dies in the dark"
Author: Samuel Beckett
46. "Pero todos vivimos aquí, pensé para mis adentros, en esas historias imaginarias que nos relatamos sobre nuestras vidas."
Author: Siri Hustvedt
47. "L'essere umano è davvero una creatura straordinaria. Ha scoperto il fuoco, edificato città, scritto magnifiche poesie, dato interpretazioni del mondo, inventato mitologie etc... Ma allo stesso tempo non ha smesso di fare la guerra ai suoi simili, non ha smesso di ingannarsi, di distruggere l'ambiente circostante. La somma algebrica fra vigore intellettuale e coglioneria dà un risultato quasi nullo. Dunque, decidendo di parlare di imbecillità, rendiamo in un certo senso omaggio a questa creatura che è per metà geniale, per metà imbecille"
Author: Umberto Eco
48. "Mentre piangeva, la luce si faceva finalmente intera nel suo cervello, una luce straordinaria, una luce meravigliosa e terribile al tempo stesso. La sua vita passata, il primo fallo, la lunga espiazione, il suo abbrutimento esteriore, il suo indurimento interiore, la sua scarcerazione rallegrata dai tanti piani di vendetta, ciò che gli era successo dal vescovo, l'ultima cosa che aveva fatto, quel furto di quaranta soldi a un ragazzo, delitto tanto più vile e tanto più mostruoso in quanto veniva dopo il perdono del vescovo, tutto ciò gli tornò dinanzi e gli apparve chiaramente, ma in una chiarezza mai conosciuta prima. Guardò la sua vita, e gli parve orribile; la sua anima, e gli parve spaventosa. Tuttavia sorgeva un'alba di dolcezza su quella vita e su quell'anima. Gli sembrò di vedere Satana alla luce del paradiso."
Author: Victor Hugo
49. "She considered me as if grasping all at once the incredible -- and somehow tedious, confusing and unnecessary -- fact that the distant, elegant, slender, forty-year-old valetudinarian in velvet coat sitting beside her had known and adored every pore and follicle of her pubescent body. In her washed-out gray eyes, strangely spectacled, our poor romance was for a moment reflected, pondered upon, and dismissed like a dull party, like a rainy picnic to which only the dullest bores had come, like a humdrum exercise, like a bit of dry mud caking her childhood."
Author: Vladimir Nabokov
50. "By reflecting a little on this subject I am almost convinced that those numberless small Circuses we see on the moon are the works of the Lunarians and may be called their Towns."
Author: William Herschel

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So now I'm going back againI got to get her somehowAll the people we used to knowThey're an illusion to me nowSome are mathematiciansSome are carpenter's wivesDon't know how it all got startedI don't what they're doing with their livesBut me I'm still on the roadHeading for another jointWe always did feel the sameWe just saw it from a different point of viewTangled up in Blue."
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