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1. "INNO ALLA DONNA - A. MeriniStupendaimmacolata fortunaper te tutte le creaturedel regnosi sono apertee tu sei diventata la reginadelle nostre ombreper te gli uominihanno presoinnumerevoli volicreato l'alveare delpensieroper te donna è sortoil mormorio dell'acquaunica graziae tremi per i tuoiincantesimiche sono nelle tue manie tu hai un sognoper ogni estateun figlio per ogni piantoun sospetto d'amoreper ogni capelloora sei donnatutto un perdonoe così come vi abitail pensiero divinofiorirà in segretoattorniatodalla tua grazia."
Author: Alda Merini
2. "Esos eran los queridos huesos que habían crecido en mi ausencia: las relaciones, a veces poco sólidas, otras hechas con grandes sacrificios, pero a menudo magníficas, que habían nacido después de mi desaparición. Y empecé a ver las cosas de una manera que me permitía abrazar el mundo sin estar dentro de él. Los sucesos desencadenados por mi muerte no eran más que los huesos de un cuerpo que se recompondría en un momento impredecible del futuro. El precio de lo que yo había llegado a ver como ese cuerpo milagroso había sido mi vida."
Author: Alice Sebold
3. "Eu credeam ca în?elepciunea consta în izgonirea acestui delir pe care ceilal?i nu-l observa. ?i se dovede?te ca este exact invers. În?elept e cel care ?tie sa ramâna oarecum orb. Care nu-?i sfâ?ie inima urmarind cu înver?unare toata nebunia cotidiana. Care accepta lini?titoarea falsitate a cuvintelor: razboi, criminali, triumful justi?iei, tânarul chitarist nevinovat care a uitat trecutul..."
Author: Andreï Makine
4. "No doctrine of Redemption that in any way casts the slightest shadow over the high mountain of Divine Sovereignty can be tolerated for a moment."
Author: Arthur W. Pink
5. "To return to love, to get the love we always wanted but never had, to have the love we want but are not prepared to give, we seek romantic relationships. We believe these relationships, more than any other, will rescue and redeem us. True love does have the power to redeem but only if we are ready for redemption. Love saves us only if we want to be saved."
Author: Bell Hooks
6. "You just got your nerd credentials back."
Author: Bill Maher
7. "«Si alguna vez te has preguntado de dónde vienen los sueños que tienes por la noche, mira a tu alrededor y lo sabrás. Aquí es donde se hacen los sueños»."
Author: Brian Selznick
8. "Kadinlar ve erkekler üzerine genel fikir ve kesin yargiya sahip insanlarin yüzeleri, özellikle gözlerine dikkatle bakip, nerede incinip, nasil bu hale geldiklerini görmeye çalisirdi Tuna."
Author: Buket Uzuner
9. "A dark poem is meant to redeem the dark part."
Author: C. K. Williams
10. "I love to start characters in a place where you think you know them. We can make all kinds of assumptions about them and think they have no redeeming qualities, but like everyone, they're complex."
Author: Callie Khouri
11. "I am in that glorious position where I can redesign and re-package my own work."
Author: Cameron Mackintosh
12. "The irony of what we define as a mistake can and will sometimes return to you as a redefined destiny that life sends your way without any of your own free will and choice in what happens. It just happens. Something in me changed in that one tell-tale moment. And for some strange reason, I knew there wasn't a way of going back."
Author: Cyndi Goodgame
13. "Redemption and relationship come before rules to help express thankfulness. Anglican pastor and Old Testament scholar Christopher Wright put it like this: The law was given to people whom God had already redeemed. . . . Grace comes before the law. There are eighteen chapters of salvation before we get to Sinai and the Ten Commandments. . . . I stress this because the idea that . . . in the OT salvation was by obeying the law, whereas in the NT it is by grace, is a terrible distortion of Scripture.10"
Author: David Murray
14. "Frederick Ward thought novels immoral and had been known to leave the room rather than subject himself to "bohemian" opinions."
Author: Donald McCaig
15. "When another recognizes you, that recognition draws the dimension of Being more fully into this world through both of you. That is the love that redeems the world."
Author: Eckhart Tolle
16. "Kada ideali, moralni, estetski, religiozni ili socijalni, nisu vise kadri da upravljaju zivotom i da mu odrede kraj, kako se zivot moze odrzati a da ne postane praznina? Strast apsurda je jedina koja jos baca demonsku svetlost na haos. Samo vezivanjem za apsurd, kroz ljubav apsolutno nepotrebnu, to jest za nesto sto ne moze poprimiti konzistentnost ali koje kroz sopstvenu funkciju moze da stimulise zivotnu iluziju. Strast apsurda moze se roditi jedino u coveku u kome je sve likvidirano, ali u kome se mogu pojaviti stravicna buduca preobrazenja."
Author: Emil Cioran
17. "Sweden had paternity-leave policies in place for years but found that few men were taking advantage of the benefit. While women felt comfortable taking time off to be with baby, men worried that they would look less dedicated to their careers if they did the same. So the Swedish government implemented a "use it or lose it" policy, mandating that the country's thirteen-month parental leave cannot only be used by one parent – the other parent must use at least two months of the leave, or both lose those months entirely. Today 85% of Swedish fathers take paternity leave. The policy has helped redefine notions of masculinity and femininity in the already-egalitarian country."
Author: Emily Matchar
18. "Words written fifty years ago, a hundred years ago, a thousand years ago, can have as much of this power today as ever they had it then to come alive for us and in us and to make us more alive within ourselves. That, I suppose, is the final mystery as well as the final power of words: That not even across great distances of time and space do they ever lose their capacity for becoming incarnate. And when these words tell of virtue and nobility, when they move closer to that truth and gentleness of spirit by which we become fully human, the reading of them is sacramental; and a library is as holy a place as any temple is holy because through the words which are treasured in it the Word itself becomes flesh again and again and dwells among us and within us, full of grace and truth.Frederick Buechner, A Room Called Remember, in an essay called The Speaking and Writing of Words."
Author: Frederick Buechner
19. "The plague spread and moved on. In the whole world only a few people were able to save themselves: the pure and the chosen, predestined to begin a new race of men and a new life, to renew and purify the earth; but these people were not seen anywhere by anybody, and nobody heard their voices or their words."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
20. "Hardly worth the effort, really," he muttered. "It's a homunculus lock. Only opens when a predefined set of factors is present. Could be it only opens when a redheaded lass sings the national anthem of Atlantis at three o'clock on a Thursday. Or when the light of the setting sun is reflected from a cracked mirror onto a goat's eye. Or when Mr. Grey hawks a bogey onto a purple newt. I've seen some good homunculus factors in my time, yar."
Author: G. Norman Lippert
21. "We struck up a conversation, taking pains at first to give it an easy flow and sticking to the most frivolous topics. Did he, I asked, believe in predestination? He did. Did he believe that all men were doomed to die? Yes, he felt certain that all men would absolutely have to die, but he was less sure that all men had to be born..."
Author: Günter Grass
22. "De pronto comprendí en lo más profundo de su ser a esas criaturas misteriosas que viven a mi alrededor: Se mueven sin voluntad por su existencia, agitadas por una corriente magnética invisible igual que hace un momento flotaba el ramo de novia, arrastrado por el arroyo de mugre."
Author: Gustav Meyrink
23. "What white Southerners called "redemption" and others deemed simply the return to power of the Democrats, who sufficiently intimidated, cheated and otherwise discouraged Republicans, including most of the freedmen, that they counted for little in Southern politics. With any Democratic presidential nominee guaranteed the South, any Republican had to perform overwhelmingly in the North."
Author: H.W. Brands
24. "The whole ground of human life seems to some to have been gone over bytheir predecessors, both the heights and the valleys, and all things tohave been cared for. According to Evelyn, "the wise Solomon prescribedordinances for the very distances of trees; and the Roman prætors havedecided how often you may go into your neighbor's land to gather theacorns which fall on it without trespass, and what share belongs to thatneighbor." Hippocrates has even left directions how we should cut ournails; that is, even with the ends of the fingers, neither shorter norlonger. Undoubtedly the very tedium and ennui which presume to haveexhausted the variety and the joys of life are as old as Adam. But man'scapacities have never been measured; nor are we to judge of what he cando by any precedents, so little has been tried. Whatever have been thyfailures hitherto, "be not afflicted, my child, for who shall assign tothee what thou hast left undone?"
Author: Henry David Thoreau
25. "Were half the power that fills the world with terror, Were half the wealth bestowed on camps and courts Given to redeem the human mind from error, There were no need of arsenals or forts."
Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
26. "Laßt mir Luft, daß ich reden kann!"
Author: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
27. "Edith Wharton did have one potentially redeeming disadvantage: she wasn't pretty."
Author: Jonathan Franzen
28. "Tek bir insanin yaptigi, sanki bütün insanlar tarafindan yapilmis gibidir. Bu nedenle cennet bahçesindeki söz dinlemezligin bütün insanligi kirletmesi haksizlik sayilmaz; gene bu nedenle tek bir Yahudi'nin çarmiha gerilmesinin insanligi kurtarmaya yetmesi de haksizlik sayilmaz. Belki de Schopenhauer hakliydi; ben baskalariyim, her insan bütün insanlardir. Shakespeare de neredeyse, zavalli John Vincent Moon'dur."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
29. "I write about the power of trying, because I want to be okay with failing. I write about generosity because I battle selfishness. I write about joy because I know sorrow. I write about faith because I almost lost mine, and I know what it is to be broken and in need of redemption. I write about gratitude because I am thankful - for all of it."
Author: Kristin Armstrong
30. "Fange nie mit dem Anfang an, sondern immer drei Meilen vor dem Anfang! Etwas so: 'Meine Damen und meine Herren! Bevor ich zum Thema des heutigen Abends komme, lassen Sie mich Ihnen kurz...' Hier hast Du schon so ziemlich alles, was einen schönen Anfang ausmacht: eine steife Anrede; der Anfang vor dem Anfang; die Ankündigung, daß und was du zu sprechen beabsichtigst, und das Wörtchen kurz. So gewinnst Du im Nu die Herzen und die Ohren der Zuhörer.[Ratschläge für einen schlechten Redner in: Kurt Tucholsky: Gesammelte Werke. Bd. 8. Reinbek 1993, S. 290.]"
Author: Kurt Tucholsky
31. "The moon from any window is one partwhoever's looking. The part I can't seeis everything my sister keeps to herself. One part my dead brother's sleepless brow, the other part the time I waste, the timeI won't have. But which is the lionkilled for the sake of the honey inside him, and which the wine, strandedin a valley, unredeemed? And don't forget the curtains. Don't forget the windin the trees, or my mother's voice saying thingsthat will take my whole life to come true. One part earnest child grown tallin his mother's doorway, and one a last lookover the shoulder before leaving. And never forget it answers to no address, but calls wave after waveto a path or thirst. Never forgetthe candle climbing downwithout glancing back. And what about the heartcounting alone, out loud, in that gamein which the many hide from the one? Never forget the crycompletely hollowed of the dying onewho cried it. Only in such pure outpouringis there room for all this night."
Author: Li Young Lee
32. "...Landsman doesn't buy that. Bina never stopped wanting to redeem the world. She just let the world she was trying to redeem get smaller and smaller until at one point, it could be bounded in the hat of a hopeless policeman."
Author: Michael Chabon
33. "Every Messiah fails, the moment he tries to redeem himself."
Author: Michael Chabon
34. "Mi guardò, e io lo vidi. Vidi ogni cosa: il suo desiderio per gli uomini, il suo senso di colpa e la sua delusione, la sua rabbia. Vidi che per certi aspetti quella rabbia era la rabbia di una donna. Aveva come una donna il senso del tradimento. Credeva di essere stato spinto ingiustamente ai margini, di essere stato amato dalle persone sbagliate e per le ragioni sbagliate. Per un attimo ebbi paura di lui. Paura di mio figlio, lì in quel luogo selvaggio, lontano da ogni altro essere umano. Ci eravamo protetti col silenzio perché la sola alternativa era di azzannarci, di graffiarci e morderci e urlare. Ci vergognavamo troppo, noi due, per una rabbia normale."
Author: Michael Cunningham
35. "Mas, assim, pensas que isto tudo é uma confusão, circo meu das palhaçadas, cabeçadas na lógica? Ainda vais rir, mas prepara também o teu coração pra chorar, a vida é mesmo esse laço apertado, tem dias que lhe conhecemos os segredos – lhe desapertamos, outros dias lutamos só, nossas derrotas e lágrimas, e ficamos a olhar: o pescador se irrita com os nós da rede? Isto tudo que eu te falo, não é efeito do álcool, não é com três nem sete que me vais derrubar; isto tudo que eu falo é assim mesmo, a mancha da confusão, labirinto, e há que descobrir as coisas no devagar das coisas: o amor não acende um fósforo sozinho."
Author: Ondjaki
36. "Es algo sabido que la vida no está predeterminada y que todas las historias son una cadena de casualidades. Pero incluso los que son conscientes de esa realidad, cuando llega cierto momento de su existencia y miran atrás, llegan a la conclusión de que lo que vivieron como casualidades no fueron sino hechos inevitables."
Author: Orhan Pamuk
37. "I do want to play characters that have redeeming qualities, that are likable, for sure, and I have in the past, and I will again."
Author: Pablo Schreiber
38. "È bello morire per ciò in cui si crede; chi ha paura muore ogni giorno, chi non ha paura muore una volta sola."
Author: Paolo Borsellino
39. "An instrument s a tool that is actively used to change something, and God has called all of his people to be instruments of change in his redemptive hands"
Author: Paul David Tripp
40. "Frustration filled his features. "Rose I've done a lot of bad things, most of which I can never fix or find redemption for. My only choice now, if I want to reclaim my life, is to go forward, stopping evil and doing what's right. And what is NOT right is taking a woman from another man, a man I like and respect. I'll steal cars. I'll break into houses. But there are lines I WILL not cross, no matter what I—"
Author: Richelle Mead
41. "The important information you need at the beginning of an issue. Like way they did the old Frank Miller Daredevil issues in the first five pages he always had to state his origins and how he got his powers."
Author: Robert Kirkman
42. "Bu oda karanlik" diyordum, "bu oda yalniz bugün degil, her zaman böyle karanlik.. Burada kitaplarimla ben yasariz ve bize aydinlik getirecek kimsemiz yok… Ben burada yalnizligi bardak bardak içiyorum. Ve ihtiyar kanepelerle konusmak istedigim zaman, onlar artik bana anlatacak yeni bir sey bulamiyorlar.. Sen bu odaya hiç görülmemis bir sey gibi geldin.. Bu sari duvarlar, bu yillanmis esya seni bir daha unutamazlar. Bana her gün senden bahsedeceklerdir. Onlar da benimle beraber seni arayacaklar, buraya her girisimde sorucu gözlerle bakarak: "Nerede o?.." diyeceklerdir. Tahmin etmiyorum ki senin bulundugun yerler buradan daha aydinlik olsun. Buraya gelmek, tekrar basini gögsüme koymak, ellerini böyle yumruk yaparak avucuma vermek istedigin anlar olacaktir. O zaman hiç düsünmeden gel; beni kitaplarimin temiz arkadasligindan ayiracagindan korkma.."
Author: Sabahattin Ali
43. "Tengo unos deseos horribles de estar dentro de ti, Grace –murmuró–. Quiero sentir tus piernas alrededor de mi cuerpo, sentir tus pechos debajo de mí, escucharte gemir mientras te hago el amor lentamente. Quiero que tu aroma quede impreso en mi cuerpo y que tu aliento me queme la piel."
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
44. "Know what? (Wulf)If halflings live past twenty-seven. But then anything is possible. I say in a few months we should pop us some Orville Redenbacher's, then sit back and enjoy the show. (Spawn)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
45. "La redención siempre es posible, no importa cuán grave sean las circunstancias o cuan insuperables las probabilidades."
Author: Sylvia Day
46. "There was just such a man when I was young—an Austrian who invented a new way of life and convinced himself that he was the chap to make it work. He tried to impose his reformation by the sword, and plunged the civilized world into misery and chaos. But the thing which this fellow had overlooked, my friend, was that he had a predecessor in the reformation business, called Jesus Christ. Perhaps we may assume that Jesus knew as much as the Austrian did about saving people. But the odd thing is that Jesus did not turn the disciples into strom troopers, burn down the Temple at Jerusalem, and fix the blame on Pontius Pilate. On the contrary, he made it clear that the business of the philosopher was to make ideas available, and not to impose them on people."
Author: T.H. White
47. "The great and only possible dignity of man lies in his power deliberately to choose certain moral values by which to live as steadfastly as if he, too, like a character in a play, were immured against the corrupting rush of time. Snatching the eternal out of the desperately fleeting is the great magic trick of human existence. As far as we know, as far as there exists any kind of empiric evidence, there is no way to beat the beat the game of being against non-being, in which non-being is the predestined victor on realistic levels."
Author: Tennessee Williams
48. "To be in Christ -- that is redemption; but for Christ to be in you -- that is sanctification!"
Author: W. Ian Thomas
49. "Ashenden admiraba la bondad, pero no le ofendía lo innoble. La gente le creía hombre sin corazón porque estudiaba más que apreciaba a las personas a su alrededor, e incluso de aquellos a quienes sinceramente quería veía con claridad meridiana sus defectos y sus virtudes. Cuando alguien le gustaba, no era porque fuese ciego a sus faltas, las aceptaba con un tolerante encogerse de hombros; o porque les imaginara dotes que no poseían, y tratando a sus amigos con la fanqueza derivada de esa rectitud de criterio, nunca le defraudaban y rara vez los perdía. No pedía a nadie más de lo que podía dar."
Author: W. Somerset Maugham
50. "As the surface of the seashore rocks were pitted by by the waves and gathered limpets that further disguised what lay beneath, so time made truth of what appeared to be. The days that passed, in becoming weeks, still did not disturb the surface an assumption had created. The weather of a beautiful summer continued with neither sign nor hint that credence had been misplaced. The single sandal found among the rocks became a sodden image of death; and as the keening on the pier at Kilauran traditionally marked distres brought by the sea, so did silence at Lahardane."
Author: William Trevor

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