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1. "I knew a man who gave twenty years of his life to a scatterbrained woman, sacrificing everything to her, his friendships, his work, the very respectability of his life and who one evening recognized that he had never loved her. He had been bored, thats all, bored like most people. Hence he had made himself out of whole cloth a life full of complications and drama. Something must happen and that explains most human commitments. Something must happen even loveless slavery, even war or death."
Author: Albert Camus
2. "...it was the arts, those noble expressions of the human spirit that are communicated through literature, dance, song, film, drama, painting and sculpture, among the many other such creative means, that helped articulate the sufferings of [these] people that were heard around the globe."
Author: Bill Cosby
3. "Often we take personally the slings and arrows of our 'abusers'. But frequently we are merely the interchangeable pawns of their own neurotic dramas. Anyone else in your position would have received the same treatment. There is nothing especially noxious or negatively noteworthy about you."
Author: Brian L. Weiss
4. "Isso é mais uma coisa que aprendi com o tempo, sabe? O bem e o mal não existem! Quer dizer, existir até que existem, mas apenas no contexto de uma pergunta importante: bem ou mal para quem? A questão é que tudo depende do ponto de vista, entende, filho? Pense numa partida de futebol, por exemplo. A vitória é ótima para o time que vence, mas a mesma vitória é amarga para quem perde. Não é?Agora, imagine que jogadores dos dois times sejam entrevistados para falar da partida. Os que ganharam com certeza elogiarão a atuação do seu time, enfatizarão a importância dos pontos obtidos com a vitória. No entanto, o jogador do time que perdeu reclamará dos erros da equipe, das condições desfavoráveis do gramado, descerá o pau na arbitragem e coisa e tal. No fim, para uns o resultado terá sido justo, enquanto outros tenderão a se sentir injustiçados. As coisas são sempre assim. Nossa visão depende sempre do lado em que estamos."
Author: Camilo Gomes Jr.
5. "Ömrüm boyunca kendimi karsi oldugum seyle ifade ettim.Her seye karsi savastim; ama zamanla aslinda hiçbir seyin yaninda olamadigimi da anladim. Ah evet, her seyi elestirebilirim, yakinip yargilayabilirim ama bu bana ne kazandirir ki?Bir seyi kavramakla, yaratmak ayni sey degildir. Isyan çikarmak yapici olmak degildir...Dünyayi parçalara ayirdik ama parçalarla ne yapacagimizi bilemiyoruz.Benim kusagim ve her seyi alaya alisimiz dünyayi daha iyi bir yer yapmadi. Vaktimizin çogunu baskalarinin yarattigi seyleri yargilayarak geçirdigimizden, kendimiz hiçbir sey yaratamadik. Ben isyankarligi bir kaçis yolu olarak kullandim. Elestiriyi sahte bir katilim olarak kullandik. Sanki bir seyler basarmisiz gibi gösterdik. Dünyaya katkisi olan hiçbir seye katilmadim ben."
Author: Chuck Palahniuk
6. "The other half is to dramatize the fact that we still 'are' human beings, now. Or can be."
Author: David Foster Wallace
7. "Kyle, the only other person standing close enough to whisper, leaned in to Livia's ear. "Quit being such a snot-flinging drama queen. Suck it up and marry him." She turned her attention to Blake. "Are you two going to be a while? Should Cole and I get started over there?" She pointed to her previously selected location."
Author: Debra Anastasia
8. "And naturally I was reading in the library a few days later from a book about the Indian saint Sri Ramakrishna, and I stumbled upon a story about a seeker who once came to see the great master and admitted to him that she feared she was not a good enough devotee, feared that she did not love God enough. And the saint said, "Is there nothing you love?" The woman admitted that she adored her young nephew more than anything else on earth. The saint said, "There, then. He is your Krishna, your beloved. In your service to your nephew, you are serving God."
Author: Elizabeth Gilbert
9. "A lot of period dramas can appear quite arch to most people, stuffy."
Author: Emily Blunt
10. "Hay mil podando las ramas del mal por uno que golpea en la raíz, y puede que aquel que otorgue la mayor cantidad de tiempo y de dinero a los necesitados sea el que más haga con su modo de vida para producir la miseria que trata de aliviar en vano. Sería como el piadoso dueño de esclavos que dedica las ganancias del décimo esclavo a comprar la libertad de un domingo para los demás. Algunos muestran su amabilidad con los pobres empleándolos en sus cocinas. ¿No serían más amables si se emplearan allí a sí mismos? Os jactáis de gastar la décima parte de vuestros ingresos en la caridad; tal vez deberíais gastar las nueve décimas partes y acabar con ella. La sociedad recupera entonces sólo una décima parte de la propiedad. ¿Se debe a la generosidad del que la posee o a la negligencia de los oficiales de justicia?"
Author: Henry David Thoreau
11. "As China is about adaptation, not transformation, it is unlikely to change the world dramatically should it ever assume the global driver's seat. But this does not mean that China won't exploit that world for its own purposes."
Author: Ivan Krastev
12. "In an action film you act in the action. If it's a dramatic film you act in the drama."
Author: Jean Claude Van Damme
13. "Also, they don't understand - writing is language. The use of language. The language to create image, the language to create drama. It requires a skill of learning how to use language."
Author: John Milius
14. "Privatize-se tudo, privatize-se o mar e o céu, privatize-se a água e o ar, privatize-se a justiça e a lei, privatize-se a nuvem que passa, privatize-se o sonho, sobretudo se for diurno e de olhos abertos. E finalmente, para florão e remate de tanto privatizar, privatizem-se os Estados, entregue-se por uma vez a exploração deles a empresas privadas, mediante concurso internacional. Aí se encontra a salvação do mundo... e, já agora, privatize-se também a puta que os pariu a todos."José Saramago, in Cadernos de Lanzarote - Diário III, pag. 148"
Author: José Saramago
15. "How old was More when Richard succeeded?He was five.When that dramatic council scene had taken place at the Tower, Thomas More had been five years old. He had been only eight when Richard died at Bosworth.Everything in that history had been hearsay."
Author: Josephine Tey
16. "Most women seem to be required to pit themselves against men in dramatic situations, and the men got to pit themselves against ideas or God."
Author: Judy Davis
17. "Die Schönheiten dieser neuen Gegenden setzten mich über die Maßen in Erstaunen. Prachtvolle Gestaltungen, Lagen und Stellungen der Eisblöcke. Hier sahen sie aus wie eine orientalische Stadt mit zahllosen Minaretts und Moscheen; dort wie eine durch Erdbeben zerfallene Stadt. Ansichten, die in den schief fallenden Sonnenstrahlen unaufhörlich wechselten oder inmitten der Schneestürme sich in graue Nebel verloren. Dann allerwärts polterndes Zusammenstürzen hinpurzelnder Eisberge mit wechselnden Dekorationen wie in einem Diorama."
Author: Jules Verne
18. "On the opening night of the Hazzard County High School production of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Buster was going to play Romeo. His sister, Annie, was to play Juliet. Other than Buster, no one backstage seemed to understand that this was a problem. "Let me ask you something, Buster," said Mr. Delano, the high school drama teacher. "Have you heard of the phrase the show must go on?" Buster nodded. "Well," Mr. Delano continued, "this is the kind of moment for which that phrase was coined."
Author: Kevin Wilson
19. "A shoe decision change leads to bein' more than twenty minutes late?"The Choos are silver. The Valentinos are a blush. Sure, the Valentinos have crystal and mesh but I'd gone gray, smoky and drama. The blush requires soft pink, glimmer and dewy. That required total cleanse off and reapplication of makeup.", I explained."
Author: Kristen Ashley
20. "Don't forget the chocolate fudge frosting!""Gotcha," Dad shouted back."Good to know, even after a family drama, Gwen's still hard at work on that great ass," Gus noted."
Author: Kristen Ashley
21. "If I was Todd's wife in real life, I'd have to kill myself. Okay, maybe I'm being a bit melodramatic. I wouldn't kill myself. But I'd definitely turn lesbian, at the very least."
Author: Kristin Walker
22. "As you and I listen to Uncle Monty tell the three Baudelaire orphans that no harm will ever come to them in the Reptile Room, we should be experiencing the strange feeling that accompanies the arrival of dramatic irony. This feeling is not unlike the sinking in one's stomach when one is in an elevator that suddenly goes down, or when you are snug in bed and your closet door suddenly creaks open to reveal the person who has been hiding there. For no matter how safe and happy the three children felt, no matter how comforting Uncle Monty's words were, you and I know that soon Uncle Monty will be dead and the Baudelaires will be miserable once again."
Author: Lemony Snicket
23. "The play is one of the very few pieces of great dramatic and comic writing that I have read in a long, long time. I was drawn to it because of the power of the writing, which gives me the actor a chance to explore many facets of myself."
Author: Linda Lavin
24. "Modern dünyanin adaletsizliklerine en büyük korumayi saglayan, bu adaletsizliklerin dogru oldugunu degil, kaçinilmaz oldugunu ileri süren görüstür; "Her zaman zenginler ve fakirler olacaktir," ya da "Her zaman üste çikacak birileri olacaktir." Eski Roma'da insanlarin söyle dediklerine eminim: "Kalabaliklari birbirlerini öldüren gladyatörleri seyretmekten alikoyamazsiniz; ne yapalim, insan dogasi böyle. Demek istedigim, birbirini kiliçla dogramak yerine, birbirine gol atmaya çalisan insanlari seyrederek eglenecek bir toplum asla olmayacak! Böyle bir seye siz inanabilir misiniz?"
Author: Mark Steel
25. " Why , instead of teaching her poetry and drama and needlework, had her governesses not taught the most important lesson anyone could learn - that life was really not going to be easy after one was free of the schoolroom?"
Author: Mary Balogh
26. "If it weren't for me inviting Meena Harper over for dinner that night, the two of you would never have met, and this whole horrible mess would never have happened..."She paused dramatically, as if waiting for someone to jump in and say, Oh no, Mary Lou. None of this was you fault."But," Mary Lou went on, a little less self-confidently, "if I hadnt then you, Lucien, would just have gone on through eternity never knowing what true love is. And then how would you have felt?""Considerably better than I've felt over the course of the past six months, I imagine," he replied."
Author: Meg Cabot
27. "Marriage is nothing to underestimate. Success in marriage is about getting back up, again and again. Ultimately, the Shulamite had to write her own role in Solomon's drama. She made Solomon's problems her problems. For her, that was worth every bruise.pg ii"
Author: Michael Ben Zehabe
28. "Benim anlayamadigim baska bir sey,' diye açiklamaya çalisti Bastian. 'Her sey ancak ben isteyince mi var oluyor, yoksa önceden var da ben onlari bir biçimde ortaya mi çikariyorum yalnizca?' 'Her ikisi de,' dedi Graograman."
Author: Michael Ende
29. "You want to suggest something new, but at the same time, resolve the drama of the action in the novel."
Author: Michael Ondaatje
30. "VECNOSTISvako na svetu ima jednu dužnostkoju nikad nije imao niko drugi.Odgonetaj je odmah. Nemoj da docekašgodine, da staneš nasred sveta i pitaš: šta cu biti?Najteža zagonetka je detinjstvo,Ali ono jedino ima odgovor.Raduj se što si dete. To je velika stvar. I ponavljaj u sebi, ponavljajjednu jedinu ozbiljnu opomenu medusvim igrama:Stici ce samo onaj koji ide."
Author: Miroslav Antić
31. "The show business has all phases and grades of dignity, from the exhibition of a monkey to the exposition of that highest art in music or the drama which secures for the gifted artists a world-wide fame princes well might envy."
Author: P. T. Barnum
32. "My life," she said dramatically, with her eyes closed, "is one heaping bowl of warmed-over despair, seasoned with equal dashes of aggravation and angst!"
Author: Rick Detorie
33. "¿Os dais cuenta cabal de la cadena de crímenes tramados por la nena? Crimen número uno: la acusada comete allanamiento de morada. Crimen número dos: el personaje se queda con tres platos de potaje. Crimen número tres: la muy cochina destroza una sillita isabelina. Crimen número cuatro: va la dama y se limpia los zapatos en la cama... Un juez no dudaría ni un instante: «¡Diez años de presidio a esa tunante!». Pero en la historia, tal como se cuenta, la miserable escapa tan contenta mientras los niños gritan, encantados: «¡Qué bien; Ricitos de oro se ha salvado!»."
Author: Roald Dahl
34. "There are often great lessons to be learned at the roots of stress, drama, and heartache. Don't let the magnitude of the circumstance blind you to the value of the lesson."
Author: Steve Maraboli
35. "I like dramatic ballets, particularly if they're ballets in which I have a chance to go from one extreme of style or characterization to another."
Author: Suzanne Farrell
36. "Take now the clockworks... The clockworks, being genuine and not much to look at, don't generate the drama of an Earth-tilt or a flying saucer, nor do they seem to offer any immediate panacea for humanity's fifty-seven varieties of heartburn. But suppose that you're one of those persons who feels trapped, to some degree, trapped matrimonially, occupationally, eductionally or geographically, or trapped in something larger than all those; trapped in a system, or what you might descrbie as an "incresingly deadening technocracy" or a "theater of paranoia and desperation" or something like that. Now, if you are one of those persons... wouldn't the very knowledge that there are clockworks ticking away behind the wallpaper of civilization, unbeknownst to leaders, organizers and managers (the President included), wouldn't that knowledge, suggesting as it does the possibility of unimaginable alternatives, wouldn't that knowledge be a bubble bath for your heart?"
Author: Tom Robbins
37. "Fabulous. If you possess it, you don't need to ask what it is. When you attempt to delineate it, you move away from it. Fabulous is one of those words that provide a measure of the degree to which a person or event manifests a particular oppressed subculture's most distinctive, invigorating features. What are the salient features of fabulousness? Irony. Tragic History. Defiance. Gender-fuck. Glitter. Drama. It is not butch. It is not hot. The cathexis surrounding fabulousness is not necessarily erotic. The fabulous is not delineated by age or beauty. It is raw materials reworked into illusion. To be truly fabulous, one must completely triumph over tragedy, age, and physical insufficiencies. The fabulous is the rapturous embrace of difference, the discovering of self not in that which has rejected you but in that which makes you unlike, the dislike, the other."
Author: Tony Kushner

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