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1. "Que voulez-vouz, je ne m'intéresse pas aux idées, moi, je m'intéresse aux personnes."
Author: Albert Camus
2. "Adolescenti prolaze teško razdoblje. Odrasli se prema njima ponašaju kao prema djeci, ali ocekuju da se oni ponašaju kao odrasli. Zapovijedaju im kao da su male životinje, a onda ocekuju da reagiraju kao zrele, uvjek racionalne i samopouzdane osobe. Teško je to vrijeme izgubljenosti i traženja"
Author: Beatrice Sparks
3. "Snad to bylo i tím, co všechno jsem slyšel od pana profesora, který se prekonával v nadávání, žádný kocí nedovedl tak nadávat ani koním, ani lidem tak, jako pan profesor francouzské literatury a estetiky..., a pritom nám vykládal o všem, co zajímalo i jej, vykládal každý vecer, ješte jsem otvíral dvere, a on než usnul, než jsme usnuli, tak do poslední chvíle vykládal taky, co je estetika a co je etika a o filozofii a filozofech, vždycky o tech filozofech vykládal tak, Krista Pána nevyjímaje, že to je banda raubíru a sycáku a vrahounu a darebáku, že kdyby nebyli, bylo by lidstvu líp, ale lidstvo že je potomstvo zlé a blbé a zlocinné, a tak snad ten profesor me utvrdil v tom, že je treba být sám, že vecer jsou videt hvezdy a v poledne jen hluboké studny..."
Author: Bohumil Hrabal
4. "Right now I'd love to be sitting on a Greek island somewhere because of being Greek American, eating great octopus salad and some fantastic lamb. Or sipping a little ouzo. I think the Mediterranean diet is one of the healthiest... Lots of nuts, vegetables, fruits, fresh fish, lean meats, yogurt."
Author: Cat Cora
5. "Slova nebyla nudná, slova byla vecmi, které dokázaly prinutit vaši mysl, aby se hýbala. Když jste je cetli a nechali se prostoupit tím kouzlem, mohli jste žít bez bolesti, s nadejí, bez ohledu na to, co se vám prihodilo... Cetl jsem své knihy po nocích, takhle pod prikrývkou s prehrátou stolní lampou. Cetl jsem všechny ty dobré rádky, zatímco jsem se dusil. Bylo to kouzelné."
Author: Charles Bukowski
6. "Casový golem povstal a byl, ignoroval linearitu kolem sebe, pouze byl.Byl narušením, strašlivým proniknutím do sledu okamžiku, sraženinou v diachronii, která s nemyslící arogancí své existence nevenovala tomuto zprznení ontologie sebemenší pozornost.The time golem stood and was, ignored the linearity around it, only was. It was a violence, a terrible intrusion in the succession of moments, a clot in diachrony, and with the dumb arrogance of its existence it paid the outrage ofontology no mind."
Author: China Miéville
7. "Majka jastreb i baka škanjac zabranjuju njima povjerenom djetetu da napusti gnijezdo. NJEN je mladi život poput velike torte od koje majka i baka režu debele kriške, a i susjede cupkaju komadicke oduzimajuci Eriki i posljednje dostojanstvo. Probudi li se u bilo kojem dijelu njena tijela život, taj se dio proglašava trulim i mora se smjesta odsjeci. Previše besposlena švrljanja djevojci koja se posvetila glazbi može samo štetiti. Znaju stare Kohutice kamo nju vuce: onamo dolje k staroj brani, gdje se igraju decki i cure prskajuci se u plicaku. Glasno se smiju i nestaju pod vodom, ERIKA bi medu tim provincijalkama mogla zasjati poput zvijezde. Ona je ionako dresirana da uvijek bude prva i najbolja. Od malih je nogu uce da je sunce oko kojega se sve okrece. Jedino što mora ciniti mirno je stajati, a svi ce se, gledajuci je s obožavanjem, vrtjeti oko nje. Ona to pouzdano zna. Uvijek su joj govorili da je bolja od drugih. A Erika to naravno radije ne želi provjeravati,"
Author: Elfriede Jelinek
8. "- Autoritativno, poput lijecnice, na prste je nabrojala šest sastavnica pouzdane terapije za slomljeno srce: Vitamin E, mnogo spavati, piti mnogo vode, otputovati daleko od osobe koju si volio, meditirati i objasniti srcu da je to njegova sudbina."
Author: Elizabeth Gilbert
9. "Clovek nedelá vždycky, co je správné, synu," rekl. "Dokonce ani když to ví. V tom nekdy bývá kouzlo života. Chápeš?"
Author: Erich Maria Remarque
10. "Ali dok devetnaestogodišnja djevojka nalazi samopouzdanje u višku pažnje, žena od dvadesetdevet hrani se profinjenijim jelima. Kad želi, pametno bira aperitive, a kad je zadovoljna, uživa u kavijaru potencijalne moci. Na srecu ona kao da ni u jednom slucaju ne predvida kasnije godine kad ce joj se instinkt zamutiti strahom - strahom od prekida ili strahom od nastavka. Ali na postajama devetnaeste i dvadesetdevete, prilicno je sigurna da u šumi nema medvjeda."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
11. "Za nejjednodušší podobu vedomí, které se ríká probouzecí reakce a bdelost, odpovídá oblak neuronu jménem retikulární formace v horních cástech mozkového kmene a její spojení s nekterými oblastmi talamu, jakož i mozkové kury."
Author: František Koukolík
12. "Ti uspešni ljudi, muškarci i žene, bili su obuceni u ansamble grafitnosive i tamnoplave boje, kao simbole pouzdanosti i poštenja. To vidno polje sacinjeno od ozbiljne poslovne garderobe bilo je tek mestimicno prošarano nekom dezeniranom kravatom ili komadom srebrnog nakita. Neki posmatrac pronicljiviji od Gaja lako bi zapazio nedokucivi karakter tih malih licnih znakova, kao da ne predstavljaju autenticna obeležja licnog ukusa ili sklonosti, vec se svode na cisto ritualnu funkciju, na teoretsku podršku individualizmu, a ne na njegov prakticni izraz."
Author: Hari Kunzru
13. "V holandských koloniích žádní certi nejsou; jsou-li nejací, tedy ve francouzských.kapitán J. van Toch"
Author: Karel Čapek
14. "Clovek muže sám sebe oklamat, že druhého miluje napríklad i presto, že ho potrebuje pouze pro slepý obdiv, jenž od nej získává. V takových prípadech však clovek pravdepodobne druhého náhle odstrcí, nebo se dokonce obrátí proti nemu, jakmile ten druhý zacne být kritický, a tudíž prestane plnit svou funkci obdivovatele, pro niž byl milován."
Author: Karen Horney
15. "I will not be quiet. I cannot believe you're moving to Greece. That's… that's insane."Now hang on a second!"It's not insane," I shot back."It is! Who moves to Greece? Do you know a single soul who's moved to Greece?" He didn't give me a chance to reply before he continued, "No? Me neither. No one moves to Greece. Goes there. Yes. Gets laid. Definitely. Drinks ouzo. Lots of it. Gets a sunburn. Of course! But you don't move there!"
Author: Kristen Ashley
16. "The steward, according to custom, had stopped all the clocks. This, in the language of Narouz, said, "Your stay with us is so brief, let us not be reminded of the flight of the hours. God made eternity. Let us escape from the despotism of time altogether." These ancient and hereditary politenesses filled Nessim with emotion."
Author: Lawrence Durrell
17. "Cinjenice nemaju pristušpa u svijet u kojemu žive naša uvjerenja, one ta uvjerenja nisu stvorile, pa ih ne mogu ni razoriti. Cinjenice mogu uvjerenjima nametnuti najpouzdanija opovrgnuca, a da ne proizvedu ni najmanji ucinak, a kamoli da ih oslabe."
Author: Marcel Proust
18. "Sometimes I felt the bloated Toad, hideous and pampered with the poisonous vapours of the dungeon, dragging his loathsome length along my bosom: Sometimes the quick cold Lizard rouzed me leaving his slimy track upon my face, and entangling itself in the tresses of my wild and matted hair: Often have I at waking found my fingers ringed with the long worms which bred in the corrupted flesh of my Infant."
Author: Matthew Gregory Lewis
19. "I began in radio in 1997 on a radio show hosted by a now very famous comic, Jamel Debbouze. I would fake call listeners."
Author: Omar Sy
20. "Mahlia… understood Doctor Mahfouz and his blind rush into the village. He wasn't trying to change them. He wasn't trying to save anyone. He was just trying to not be part of the sickness. Mahlia had thought he was stupid for walking straight into death, but now, as she lay against the pillar, she saw it differently. She thought she'd been surviving. She thought that she'd been fighting for herself. But all she'd done was create more killing, and in the end it had all led to this moment, where they bargained with a demon … not for their lives, but for their souls" (p. 403)"
Author: Paolo Bacigalupi
21. "Doctor Mahfouz used to say living in the Drowned Cities made people crazy. Like it came in with the tide. When the water came up, so did the killing."
Author: Paolo Bacigalupi
22. "Doctor Mahfouz was always yammering on about how everyone had humanity in them. From Mahlia's experience, the doctor was sliding high, but now, as she looked at this sergeant named Ocho, she wondered if there was some bit of softness in this hard scarred boy that she might be able to work."
Author: Paolo Bacigalupi
23. "Z tisíce zkušeností, které uciníme, zformulujeme do slov nejvýš jednu, a i tu spíš náhodne a bez peclivosti, jakou by si zasloužila. Mezi všemi temi nemými zkušenostmi jsou skryty i takové, které našemu životu nepozorovane propujcují tvar, barvu a melodii. Když se pak jako archeologové duše k temto pokladum obrátíme, objevíme, jak jsou matoucí. Predmet našeho pozorování odmítá klidne postát, slova sklouzávají po prožitém, a nakonec se na papíre ocitnou samé protimluvy. Dlouho jsem veril, že je to nedostatek, neco, co je potreba prekonat. Dnes si myslím, že je to jinak: že prijmout ten zmatek predstavuje královskou cestu k pochopení techto duverne známých a prece záhadných zkušeností. Zní to zvláštne, vlastne podivínsky, priznávám. Ale od chvíle, odkdy to takhle vidím, mám pocit, že jsem poprvé skutecne bdelý a že jsem živý."
Author: Pascal Mercier
24. "His ears were attuned for the steady firing of Couzens' heavy machine guns, which he knew should now commence, and the thud of his carefully sited mortars, but he did not hear them and he realized, suddenly and sickeningly, that the Chinese had not attacked across the spit of land. They were pouring across the ice, and had taken Dog Company in the rear."
Author: Pat Frank
25. "C'est totalement absurde les rappels .Enfin, écoutez, dans la vie normale, dans la vie courante, quand un type a fini son boulot, qu'est-ce qu'il fait ? Il dit au revoir, et il s'en va. Voilà. Il ne revient pas : enfin, on n'imagine pas un plombier, par exemple, re-sonnant à la porte, après avoir réparé une fuite, juste pour refiler un petit coup de clé de douze."
Author: Pierre Desproges
26. "Da, budi dosljedan, budi iskren i budi ono što jesi. Kada to uspiješ, tvoje cesamopoštovanje znatno porasti i osjetit ceš veliko samopouzdanje."
Author: Robin S. Sharma
27. "Sept.17 (1780). When we call loudly thro' the speaking-trumpet to Timothy ( the tortoise), he does not seem to regard the noise. Sept.18. Timothy eats heartily. Oct.3. No ring-ouzels seen this autumn yet. Timothy very dull."
Author: Sylvia Townsend Warner
28. "We are the same, you and I. Whether samurai or night-hawk, the Suruga Dainagon or member of the Toudouza, it makes no difference. My sword is the proof...."These words, wrung from the very depths of his soul, surprised even Seigen himself. He had not risen in the world merely in order to satisfy his ambition, but in order to repudiate hierarchical society and the fixed class system."
Author: Takayuki Yamaguchi
29. "Práce s duší není snadná. Obvykle nás privádí na taková místa, jejichž návštevu bychom si radeji odpustili, a probouzí takové pocity, o které nejméne stojíme. Nejcennejší cesta muže být také tou nejobtížnejší. Není snadné pohlédnout na obraz, který nám nahání nejvíce strachu. Presto však duše bývá práve tam, kam dojdeme jen s nejvetším úsilím."
Author: Thomas Moore
30. "Rouz je bila na mojoj strani onako kako niko nikada nije bio na mojoj strani. Rouz je bila dobrovoljac. Bilo joj je stalo do mene. Voleci me, ona me je oslobodila. Bio sam slobodan da budem ono sto jesam. Nije u meni videla samo coveka kakav jesam, nego i coveka kakav bi mogao da budem. Voleci me, ucinila je da poverujem da bi moji snovi mogli da postanu stvarnost."
Author: Tony Parsons
31. "It is a great evil to look upon mankind with too clear vision. You seem to be living among wild beasts, and you become a wild beast yourself. (""The Story of Prince Alasi and the Princess Firouzkah")"
Author: William Beckford

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