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1. "Kita akan sanggup mengubah suatu kebudayaan dengan cara memberikan para perempuan anak bangsa alat yang tepat untuk tumbuh terdidik agar mereka dapat menolong diri sendiri. (Amartya Sen)"
Author: Amartya Sen
2. "Your eyes, ears and mind are imperfect in front of magic."
Author: Amit Kalantri
3. "You may be operating from the belief that you must do everything yourself because no one will ever be there for you. Or you may think that if you never speak up you'll avoid being rejected. Both these fears no longer apply to you today as an adult. If you never reach out for help, you will continue to deprive yourself."
Author: Beverly Engel
4. "With the super duper flow, I created that one word rhyme style."
Author: Big Sean
5. "Bad and cruel as our people were treated by the whites, not one of themwas hurt or molested by our band. (...) The whites were complaining at the same time that we were intruding upontheir rights. They made it appear that they were the injured party, andwe the intruders. They called loudly to the great war chief to protecttheir property.How smooth must be the language of the whites, when they can make rightlook like wrong, and wrong like right."
Author: Black Hawk
6. "To Senor Sempere, the best friend a book could ever have: you opened the doors to the world for me and showed me how to go through them."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
7. "[A] great embarrassing fact… haunts all attempts to represent the market as the highest form of human freedom: that historically, impersonal, commercial markets originate in theft."
Author: David Graeber
8. "The will to persevere is often the difference between failure and success."
Author: David Sarnoff
9. "A painting requires a little mystery, some vagueness, and some fantasy. When you always make your meaning perfectly plain you end up boring people"
Author: Edgar Degas
10. "Tears blurred her vision as she leaned over him. His mouth was surely made for smiling. For laughing. For kissing. Grief welled up along with the feeling that he might never do any of those things again.She closed her eyes and pressed her lips to his. They were cool and unresponsive.Then they parted.She jerked back, saw his eyes flutter open."Don't stop now," he whispered."
Author: Elena Greene
11. "My mother missed having dinner with Lyndon Johnson because she couldn't find the right hat to wear. While my father went off to the white house to break bread with the President, my mother, who's not a things and stuff person, stayed at the hotel and tried on 10 different hats and missed dinner."
Author: Emilio Estevez
12. "There is apparently some connection between dissatisfaction with oneself and a proneness to credulity. The urge to escape our real self is also an urge to escape the rational and the obvious. The refusal to see ourselves as we are develops a distaste for facts and cold logic. There is no hope for the frustrated in the actual and the possible. Salvation can come to them only from the miraculous, which seeps through a crack in the iron wall of inexorable reality. They ask to be deceived. What Stresemann said of the Germans is true of the frustrated in general: "They pray not only for their daily bread, but also for their daily illusion." The rule seems to be that those who find no difficulty deceiving themselves are easily deceived by others. They are easily persuaded and led."
Author: Eric Hoffer
13. "And to the degree that the individual maintains a show before others that he himself does not believe, he can come to experience a special kind of alienation from self and a special kind of wariness of others."
Author: Erving Goffman
14. "From the night into his high-walled room there came, persistently, that evanescent and dissolving sound - something the city was tossing up and calling back again, like a child playing with a ball. In Harlem, the Bronx, Gramercy Park, and along the water-fronts, in little parlors or on pebble-strewn, moon-flooded roofs, a thousand lovers were making this sound, crying little fragments of it into the air. All the city was playing with this sound out there in the blue summer dark, throwing it up and calling it back, promising that, in a little while, life would be beautiful as a story, promising happiness - and by that promise giving it. It gave love hope in its own survival. It could do no more."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
15. "It was strange even after suffering from fate, a person in love would choose the same fate over his life."
Author: Faraaz Kazi
16. "You wanted hatchlings.""I know. I just didn't want those hatchlings. Personally, I blame your father."Bercelak's eyes grew wide. "Excuse me?"On a burst of laughter, she exclaimed, "Well that came out horribly wrong!"
Author: G.A. Aiken
17. "Lord Maccon, might we have words on the proper tying of a cravat? For my sanity's sake?Lord Maccon was nonplussed. Professor Lyall, on the other hand, was pained. "I do what I can." Lord Akeldama looked at him, pity in his eyes. "You are a brave man."
Author: Gail Carriger
18. "Tres vidas obtendrás de mí. Ni más ni menos. Tres y todo termina. Así que niña debe pensar. —Le dio un beso suave en el pelo—. Pero no mucho tiempo."
Author: George R.R. Martin
19. "A la moitié du chemin de la vraie vie, nous étions environnés d'une sombre mélancolie, qu'ont exprimée tant de mots railleurs et tristes, dans le café de la jeunesse perdue."
Author: Guy Debord
20. "Conceive a man by nature and misfortune prone to a pallid hopelessness, can any business seem more fitted to heighten it than that of continually handling these dead letters and assorting them for the flames? For by the cart-load they are annually burned. Sometimes from out the folded paper the pale clerk takes a ring:—the finger it was meant for, perhaps, moulders in the grave; a bank-note sent in swiftest charity:—he whom it would relieve, nor eats nor hungers any more; pardon for those who died despairing; hope for those who died unhoping; good tidings for those who died stifled by unrelieved calamities. On errands of life, these letters speed to death. 250 Ah Bartleby! Ah humanity!"
Author: Herman Melville
21. "I was a new person then, I knew things I had not known before, I knew things that you can know only if you have been through what I had just been through."
Author: Jamaica Kincaid
22. "Every time you understand something, religion becomes less likely. Only with the discovery of the double helix and the ensuing genetic revolution have we had grounds for thinking that the powers held traditionally to be the exclusive property of the gods might one day be ours. . . ."
Author: James D. Watson
23. "A person with no enemies is a person with no personality."
Author: Jeffrey Fry
24. "Destiny, she'd learned, was written in the heavens; a person couldn't take what the universe didn't wish to give."
Author: Jennifer Haigh
25. "Whatever man uses without the fear of God, whatever he applies to the mere gratifying of his flesh, cannot fail to operate as a poison to the soul, however pleasant and salutary it may appear to be to the body."
Author: Johann Arndt
26. "I know that books seem like the ultimate thing that's made by one person, but that's not true. Every reading of a book is a collaboration between the reader and the writer who are making the story up together."
Author: John Green
27. "The secret to strong leaders is that strong leaders are strong because they have been tempered by the negative. They have discovered the secret of combining the negative and the positive to PRODUCED their very own POWER plant!"
Author: John Paul Warren
28. "I find out of long experience that I admire all nations and hate all governments"
Author: John Steinbeck
29. "- Las mariposas en el estómago-suspiró Karou-Claro. ¿Sabes lo que pienso? Que las mariposas están siempre ahí, en el estómago de todos, en todo momento...- ¿Cómo bacterias?- No, no como bacterias, como mariposas. Y las de cada uno reaccionan con determinadas personas, a nivel químico, como feromonas, así cuando esas personas se acercan, tus mariposas empiezan a bailar. No pueden evitarlo, es una reacción química."
Author: Laini Taylor
30. "It's a little known fact, but parents are like superheroes. With just a few magic words they can make you feel ten feet tall and bulletproof, they can slay the dragons of doubt and worry, they can make your problems disappear. But of course they can only do this as long as you're a child. When you've become an adult, become the master of your own universe, they're not as powerful as they once were. Maybe that's why so many of us take our time growing up."
Author: Lisa Unger
31. "Se la morte, signor mio, fosse come uno di quegl'insetti strani, schifosi, che qualcuno inopinatamente ci scopre addosso... Lei passa per via; un altro passante, all'improvviso, lo ferma e, cauto, con due dita protese, le dice: «Scusi, permette? lei, egregio signore, ci ha la morte addosso». E con quelle due dita protese, gliela piglia e gliela butta via... Sarebbe magnifica! Ma la morte non è come uno di questi insetti schifosi. Tanti che passeggiano disinvolti e alieni, forse ce l'hanno addosso; nessuno la vede; ed essi pensano intanto tranquilli a ciò che faranno domani o doman l'altro."
Author: Luigi Pirandello
32. "The trick is finding a person whose flaws don't drive you know...someone whose flaws you can live with...someone who can stand your flaws, too."
Author: Marcia Lynn McClure
33. "A gente perde muito tempo se anunciando, dizendo que faz e acontece, quando na verdade tudo o que precisamos, ora, é viver."
Author: Martha Medeiros
34. "A person can drop dead even while singing. But that's no reason to stop singing."
Author: Marty Rubin
35. "The traditional notion of an architect having a vision of a building and then drawing it either on paper or on a computer and then constructing it isn't really how architecture works, and in reality, the computer has a lot of influence on design."
Author: Michael Hansmeyer
36. "You know, you don't have to have permanent opinions. You can think, every morning, 'I love the world' and go to bed every night thinking, 'I hate the world.'"
Author: Michel Houellebecq
37. "Sa fugi de tine o zi, doua, douazeci nu e usor, dar nici imposibil. Faci matematici sau marxism ca S.T.H., faci sionism ca Winkler, citesti carti ca mine, umbli dupa femei sau joci sah, sau te dai cu capul de pereti. Dar intr-o zi, intr-un minut de neatentie, te intalnesti cu tine insuti la un colt de suflet, cum te-ai intalni la un colt de strada cu un creditor de care te-ai ferit zadarnic. Dai ochii cu tine si atunci intelegi cat de inutile sunt toate evadarile din aceasta inchisoare fara ziduri, fara porti si fara gratii, din aceasta inchisoare care este insasi viata ta."
Author: Mihail Sebastian
38. "It is love rather than sexual lust or unbridled sexuality if, in addition to the need or want involved, there is also some impulse to give pleasure to the persons thus loved and not merely to use them for our own selfish pleasure."
Author: Mortimer Adler
39. "The more you have, the more you are occupied, the less you give. But the less you have the more free you are. Poverty for us is a freedom. It is not mortification, a penance. It is joyful freedom. There is no television here, no this, no that. But we are perfectly happy."
Author: Mother Teresa
40. "Everybody that I meet inspires me. You can learn so much from any person that you meet any day on the side of the street."
Author: Nick Carter
41. ".. conoscevo un sacco di persona pronte a spiegarmi cosa pensavano di me. Anzi, a occhio stavolta il mio talento di deludere gli altri e rendermi loro odioso mi sarebbe tornato utile ..... avendo solo ex amici e ex compagne mi trovavo nella situazione ideale. Tutti i miei potenziali confidenti mi avrebbero sparato addosso a pallettoni"
Author: Nick Hornby
42. "She is a waitress at his lordships club.My God! The Proletariat!The lower middle classes, sir.Well, yes, by stretching it a bit, perhaps."
Author: P.G. Wodehouse
43. "After weeks on the road, listening to a language you don't understand, using a currency whose value you don't comprehend, walking down streets you've never walked down before, you discover that your old "I," along with everything you ever learned, is absolutely no use at all in the face of those new challenges, and you begin to realize that buried deep in your unconscious mind there is someone much more interesting and adventurous and more open to the world and to new experiences."
Author: Paulo Coelho
44. "Opera? Just what the world needs: more fat women screaming."
Author: Peter Boyle
45. "That's what this is about then? Some blasted grudge you harbor against my father?" She muttered something indecipherable beneath her breath in a language he suspected was not English. French, perhaps? Her words were too low for him to determine. "Has the world gone mad?""Has it ever been sane?" he asked. He ahd decided the world a far from logical place long ago, when he'd been lost to the streets at the tender age of eight. "When you mull it over, you and I marrying is scarcely absurd. Fitting perhaps. Face it, neither of us is a feted blueblood."
Author: Sophie Jordan
46. "Pain or perspective, that's the choice.'. . . You choose pain - you choose to fight it, deny it, bury it - then yes, the choice is always hard. But you choose perspective - embrace your history, give it credit for the better person it can make you, scars and all - the choice gets easier every time."
Author: Ted Dekker
47. "Yang kedua adalah sindrom pengamat-objek. Kalian punya ragam disiplin ilmu yang berbasis pada riset dan eksperimen.Kalian manusia, menganggap diri kalian adalah pengamat yang berfikir dan merasa bisa mengatur serta mengendalikan objek riset dan eksperimen seenak udel begitu saja. Tapi, tak pernahkah kalian terpikir bahwa ada saja jenis partikel yang langsung lenyap dari pengamatan kalian setelah mengetahui ada manusia atau pengamat di sekitarnya? Dan tak pernahkah kalian terpikir bahwa semua objek yang kalian awasi itupun sebenarnya adalah suatu jenis mahkluk hidup dalam tataran definisi yang berbeda?"
Author: Toba Beta
48. "I think it was more personal, but I certainly tried to adapt certain concepts of Surrealism."
Author: Trevor Dunn
49. "All of us are mad. If it weren't for the fact every one of us is slightly abnormal, there wouldn't be any point in giving each person a separate name."
Author: Ugo Betti
50. "The constant steaming in of thoughts of others must suppress and confine our own and indeed in the long run paralyze the power of thought… The inclination of most scholars is a kind of fuga vacui ( latin for vacuum suction )from the poverty of their own mind , which forcibly draws in the thoughts of others… It is dangerous to read about a subject before we have thought about it ourselves… When we read, another person thinks for us; merely repeat his mental process. So it comes about that if anybody spends almost the whole day in reading, he gradually loses the capacity for thinking. Experience of the world may be looked upon as a kind of text, to which reflection and knowledge form the commentary. Where there is a great deal of reflection and intellectual knowledge and very little experience , the result is like those books which have on each page two lines of text to forty lines of commentary"
Author: Will Durant

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