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1. "... I had never given much credence to the phenomenon of "writer's block". I was more inclined to think of it as "writer's impatience", and to follow Arthur Koestler's dictum: "Soak; and wait."
Author: Alan Garner
2. "Ik wil geen aanbidders, maar vrienden, geen bewonderaars voor een vleiend lachje maar voor optreden en karakter. Ik weet heel goed dat dan de kring om me heen veel kleiner zou zijn. Maar wat hindert dat als ik nog maar een paar mensen, oprechte mensen, overhoud?"
Author: Anne Frank
3. "I'll put my progressive credentials up against anyone's."
Author: Bart Stupak
4. "They established their patriotic credentials long ago, and are either supportive of the Bush agenda or know when to keep their traps shut."
Author: Bill O'Reilly
5. "Beyazlardan biri bana:- "Beyazlardan önce siyahlar dünyaya geldiyse o zaman hak iddia edebilirler," dedi. "Ama ne beyazlar ne de siyahlar köklerinin nereden geldigini bilmiyorlar."Sadece beyazlar üstünlük iddiasinda. Ama beyazin üstünlügü nereden geliyor? Zenci içiyorsa beyaz da içiyor. Beyazin tutuldugu hastaliga zenci de tutuluyor. Beyaz acikirsa, zenci de acikiyor. Tabiat ayrilik gözetmiyor."
Author: Caroline Maria De Jesus
6. "We have to establish our credentials as an explorocracy; so to survive and rule ourselves, we have to explore."
Author: China Miéville
7. "But anyone can write, right?'" Conner asked. "I mean, that's why authors get judged so harshly, isn't it? Because technically everyone could do it if they wanted to.""Just because anyone can do something doesn't mean everyone should," Mrs. Peters said. "Besides, anyone with an Internet connection feels they have the credentials to critique or belittle anything these days."
Author: Chris Colfer
8. "For years, I declined to fill in the form for my Senate press credential that asked me to state my 'race,' unless I was permitted to put 'human.' The form had to be completed under penalty of perjury, so I could not in conscience put 'white,' which is not even a color let alone a 'race,' and I sternly declined to put 'Caucasian,' which is an exploded term from a discredited ethnology. Surely the essential and unarguable core of King's campaign was the insistence that pigmentation was a false measure: a false measure of mankind (yes, mankind) and an inheritance from a time of great ignorance and stupidity and cruelty, when one drop of blood could make you 'black."
Author: Christopher Hitchens
9. "Erwachsene erinnern sich nicht daran wie es war, ein Kind zu sein,auch wenn sie es behaupten.Sie wissen es nicht mehr. Glaub mir.Sie haben alles vergessen. Wie viel größer ihnen die Welt damals erschien.Das es mühsam sein konnte, auf einen Stuhl zu klettern. Wie fühlte es sich an, immer hoch zu blicken?Vergessen. Sie wissen es nicht mehr. Du wirst es auch vergessen. Manchmal reden Erwachsene davon, wie schön es war, ein King zu sein. Sie träumen sogar davon, wieder eins zu sein. Doch was haben sie geträumt als sie Kinder waren?Weißt du es? Ich glaube sie träumten davon, endlich erwachsen zu sein."
Author: Cornelia Funke
10. "The ancient Apostles were common men, and that was part of their credential."
Author: David A. Bednar
11. "I was sent there by the Free Congress Committee, headed by Paul Weyrich. Fred Smith and I were sent down as observers, with reporters' credentials, so we could witness the events."
Author: Dixie Lee Ray
12. "Ho chiesto a Kaitlin qualcosa sull'ironia ed è saltato fuori che solo il venti per cento degli esseri umani possiede il senso dell'ironia - il che significa che l'ottanta per cento del pianeta prende tutto seriamente. Non riesco a immaginare qualcosa di peggio. Okay, forse si, ci riesco, ma immaginate di leggere il giornale del mattino credendo che sia tutto vero, in qualche misura."
Author: Douglas Coupland
13. "Maar zolang ze er nog is, zullen in de winternachten de wolvenbenden de wildernis luid huilend blijven doorkruisen. Ze waren er reeds vanaf het begin van de wereld. En ondanks het feit, dat de mensheid de wolven van het begin af haatte en onafgebroken beoorloogde en dat in de verder nog komende eeuwen steeds zal blijven doen, zullen ze tot aan de dag van het laatste oordeel de wereld blijven bevolken. De reden hiervan is, dat ze het symbool der wildernis zelf zijn en het denkbeeld, dat de wildernis zou blijven voortgaan te bestaan, maar zonder wolven, is nog vreemder dan zich een natie zonder vlag te denken."
Author: Edison Marshall
14. "So lernte ich bei Zeiten schweigen, so wie, dass man reden lernen müsse, um recht zu schweigen: dass ein Mensch mit Hintergründen Vordergründe nötig habe, sei es für Andere, sei es für sich selber: denn die Vordergründe sind einem nötig, um von sich selber sich zu erholen, und um es Anderen möglich zu machen, mit uns zu leben."
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
15. "But you know, really, if you think about it Roger and I and all critics really have one absolute essential part of our credentials and that is that you believe that that is actually what we think."
Author: Gene Siskel
16. "History is one of the only fields where contributions by amateurs are taken seriously, providing you follow the rules and document your sources. In history, it's what you write, not what your credentials are."
Author: George Dyson
17. "When an apologist attempts to be autonomous in his reasoned argumentation he indicates that he considers God to be less certain than his own existence and that he places greater credence in his independent reasoning than in God's Word."
Author: Greg L. Bahnsen
18. "Un amico che tradisce è il più pericoloso dei nemici; e dirò apertamente che tanto la religione quanto la virtù sono state screditate dagli ipocriti che non da quanto hanno potuto dire contro di essi i più beffardi miscredenti; e queste due cose, la religione e la virtù, — stimate, nella loro purezza, le basi su cui si fondano la società civile e le più grandi benedizioni — sono diventate invece corrotte e avvelenate dalla frode, dall'inganno e dall'artificio, i peggiori flagelli, e hanno permesso agli uomini di commettere in loro nome le cose più esecrabili."
Author: Henry Fielding
19. "Er brandt in mij dan een wilde begeerte naar sterke gevoelens, naar sensaties, een afkeer van dit afgezaagde, genormaliseerde en gesteriliseerde leven, en een hevige begeerte ergens iets stuk te slaan, een warenhuis of een kathedraal of mijzelf, roekeloze stommiteiten te begaan, een paar vereerde afgoden de pruiken af te rukken, een paar opstandige schooljongens de vurig verlangde kaartjes naar Hamburg te verschaffen, een klein meisje te verleiden of een paar vertegenwoordigers van de burgerlijke wereldorde de nek om te draaien. Want dit haatte, verafschuwde en vervloekte ik van alles toch wel het hevigst: deze tevredenheid, deze gezondheid, de behaagelijkheid, dit gekoesterde optimisme van de burger, deze vette vruchtbare zelfvoldaanheid van het middelmatige, het normale, de doorsnee."
Author: Hermann Hesse
20. "Je afschuw van de politiek, je bedroefdheid over het geklets en het onverantwoordelijke gedoe van de partijen, de pers, je wanhoop over de oorlog, over de voorbije en die nog moet komen, over de manier waarop men tegenwoordig denkt, leest, bouwt, muziek maakt, feestviert, opvoedt! Je hebt gelijk, steppenwolf, duizendmaal gelijk, en toch moet je ondergaan. Jij bent voor deze eenvoudige, gemakkelijke, met zo weinig tevreden wereld van tegenwoordig veel te pretentieus en hongerig, de wereld spuwt je uit, je hebt een dimensie te veel. Wie tegenwoordig op een prettige manier, mag geen mens zijn zoals jij en ik. Wie in de plaats van gejank muziek, in de plaats van lol vreugde, in de plaats van geld geest, in de plaats van broodwinning echt werk, in plaats van gespeel echte hartstocht verlangt, voor die is deze aardige wereld hier geen tehuis..."
Author: Hermann Hesse
21. "Wir reden zuviel", sagte er mit ungewohntem Ernst. "Das kluge Reden hat gar keinen Wert, gar keinen. Man kommt nur von sich selber weg. Von sich selber wegkommen ist Sünde. Man muss sich in sich selber völlig kriechen können wie eine Schildkröte."
Author: Hermann Hesse
22. "MATCH your potentials with the right credentialsEducation and environment can mould and modify behaviours.God is a perfect matchmaker. Match your potentials with the right resources and manpower to explore and exploit it.Want to know how?"
Author: Ikechukwu Joseph
23. "Burada, benim bulundugum çevrede, Macar Sokagi 6 ve 9 numaralar arasinda, acilar ve agrilar giderek hafiflemekte; kanser ve tümör, astim ve enfarktüs, ates, enfeksiyonlar ve bayginliklar, dahasi bas agrilari ve hava degisikliginin yol açtigi rahatsizliklar bile güçlerini yitirmis durumda, ve ben kendime, bilim adamlarini bu basit çareden haberdar etmek görevim degil mi, diye soruyorum, o zaman, bütün hastaliklari sürekli gelistirilen ilaçlarla ve iyilestirme yöntemleriyle iyi edebilecegi görüsünde olan bilim, ileriye dogru büyük bir adim atabilirdi."
Author: Ingeborg Bachmann
24. "Görünürde hiçbir degisiklik olmadigi, her seyin tekdüze yasandigi günlerde Buck, havanin yavas yavas sogudugunu hissediyordu. Bir sabah geminin pervanesi durdu ve heyecanli bir hareketlilik basladi. Buck ve diger köpekler gemideki bu hareketliligin farkina vardilar. Ne oldugunu anlamaya çalisirken, François geldi, hepsinin boynuna birer ip bagladi, onlari güverteye çikardi. Buck adimini atinca, çamura basmis gibi oldu. Hirlayarak ayagini geri çekti. Yerdeki bu beyaz çamur gökyüzünden dökülüyordu. Buck, anlam vermeye çalisarak basini indirip kokladi, sonra yaladi, dilinde önce soguk, ardindan yakici bir etki biraki ve hemen suya dönüstü. Ne oldugunu bir türlü anlayamadi. Birkaç kez ayni seyi yapti. Çevreden izleyenler bu haline çok güldüler; Buck neden güldüklerini anlamadi ve utandi. O gün hayati boyunca ilk kez kar gördü."
Author: Jack London
25. "Laßt mir Luft, daß ich reden kann!"
Author: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
26. "Olaf hielt sich keineswegs für etwas Besonderes; seine Heavy-Metal-Kutte und die schwarzen T-Shirts mit grellbunten Aufschriften trug er nicht aus einem Grund, den man vor zehn oder zwanzig Jahren in den Kategorien von Identitätsstiftung, Sozialisierung und Jugendkultur erfasst hätte, sondern weil sie zu der Musik gehörten, die er mochte, und weil andere Klamotten ihm nicht gefielen. Aber 'Divergenz' bedeutete 'Auseinanderstreben', und Olaf strebte auseinander.Zwischen anderen Menschen und vor allem innerhalb der so genannten Klassengemeinschaft fühlte er sich wie ein Europäer unter Japanern: Alle sahen gleich aus, betrachteten einen als Gaijin, und zum Schluss erfuhr man, dass sie Koreaner waren. [...] er wusste nicht, worüber er mit ihnen reden sollte, und wunderte sich an manchen Tagen darüber, dass sie überhaupt dieselbe Sprache verwendeten wie er. Seine Unfähigkeit, sich als einer von ihnen zu fühlen, war Divergenz - und in deprimierten Momenten 'Inkompatibilität'."
Author: Juli Zeh
27. "Man hat mich oft gebeten, gerecht zu sein und eine Sache von allen Seiten zu betrachten. Ich habe es getan, in der Hoffnung, daß eine Sache vielleicht dadurch besser werden könnte, daß ich sie von allen Seiten betrachte. Aber ich kam zu dem gleichen Resultat. So blieb ich dabei, eine Sache nur von einer Seite zu betrachten, wodurch ich mir viel Arbeit und Enttäuschung erspare. Denn es ist tröstlich, eine Sache für schlecht zu halten und sich dabei auf ein Vorurteil ausreden zu können."
Author: Karl Kraus
28. "Levin evleneli üç ay oluyordu. Mutluydu. Ama onun bekledigi mutluluk degildi bu. Adimbasi, eski hayallerinin kirildigini hissediyor; yeni beklenmedik hayal kirikliklariyla karsilasiyordu. Mutluydu, ama aile yasaminin içine girince her an, hayal ettigi seyin bu olmadigini hissediyordu. Sikça, durgun bir gölde küçücük bir kayigin düzgün, mutlu gidisini seyreden bir insanin, bu kayiga kendi bindigi anda hissedeceklerini hissediyordu. Bu kayikta yolculugun yalnizca sakin sakin, sallanmadan oturmak demek olmadigini, kayigin nereye gidecegini aklindan bir an çikarmamanin, durmadan düsünmenin, kafa yormanin; altinda suyun oldugunu, kürek çekmek zorunda oldugunu unutmamasinin, alisik olmadigi için avuç içleri acisa bile kürek çekmesinin gerektigini, bunu seyretmenin hos bir sey oldugunu, ama yapmanin, hos olsa bile, çok güç oldugunu görüyordu.iletisim yayinlari, sayfa:476."
Author: Leo Tolstoy
29. "Olga was lief, Olga was lief en liefdevol, Olga hield van hem, herhaalde hij in gedachten, steeds bedroefder omdat hij tegelijk ook besefte dat het tussen hen niets meer zou worden, dat het tussen hen nooit meer iets kon worden, het leven biedt je soms een kans dacht hij maar als je te laf of te besluiteloos bent om die te benutten neemt het leven zijn kaarten terug, er is een moment om te handelen en een mogelijk geluk te betreden, dat moment duurt een paar dagen, soms een paar weken of zelfs een paar maanden maar het doet zich maar één keer voor, en als je het later wilt terugvinden is dat domweg onmogelijk, er is geen plaats meer voor enthousiasme, overtuiging en geloof, wat overblijft is zachte berusting, droef wederzijds medelijden, het even nutteloze als juiste besef dat het iets had kunnen worden, dat je je het aangeboden geschenk domweg niet waardig hebt betoond."
Author: Michel Houellebecq
30. "Coming from Canada, being a writer and Jewish as well, I have impeccable paranoia credentials."
Author: Mordecai Richler
31. "Geloof me, alles in de wereld is goed, zoals het is, en ontevreden mensen die altijd klagen, zijn mijn vrienden niet."
Author: Multatuli
32. "I'm not from a maple producing area and so my maple syrup credentials are very much of the eating side."
Author: Nancy Greene
33. "La Bellezza è l'unica cosa contro cui la forza del tempo sia vana. Le filosofie si disgregano come la sabbia, le credenze si succedono l'una all'altra, ma ciò che è bello è una gioia per tutte le stagioni, ed è un possesso per tutta l'eternità."
Author: Oscar Wilde
34. "[N]icht durch Reden und Majoritätsbeschlüsse werden die großen Fragen der Zeit entschiedenen [...] sondern durch Eisen und Blut."
Author: Otto Von Bismarck
35. "For invalid user name and password combinations, the service should return a 400 HTTP status code, which means that the server received a "bad request." The service could also use the 401 ("unauthorized") response code, but that code specifies that authentication credentials need to be in the request header, which is not quite what is required."
Author: Paul Dix
36. "There's nothing about me on the jacket because I have no credentials. I majored in English at school, but I only took one creative writing class. I think I got a B. And I never really thought about getting an MFA. I'm too spiteful to take criticism constructively and I'm only comfortable being honest about people behind their backs, so workshops or group critiques were never what I was looking for. For years I just wrote in journals and didn't really worry about turning any of it into stories or stuff for other people to read, so I guess I developed my writing style by talking to myself, like some homeless people do. Only I used a pen and paper instead of just freaking out on the street. If they switched to a different medium they might be better off. It would probably help if they had someplace to live too."
Author: Paul Neilan
37. "Heckman discovered that when you consider all kinds of important future outcomes—annual income, unemployment rate, divorce rate, use of illegal drugs—GED recipients look exactly like high-school dropouts, despite the fact that they have earned this supposedly valuable extra credential, and despite the fact that they are, on average, considerably more intelligent than high-school dropouts."
Author: Paul Tough
38. "Americans may say they love our accents (I have been accused of sounding 'like Princess Di') but the more thoughtful ones resent and rather dislike us as a nation and people, as friends of mine have found out by being on the edge of conversations where Americans assumed no Englishmen were listening.And it is the English, specifically, who are the targets of this. Few Americans have heard of Wales. All of them have heard of Ireland and many of them think they are Irish. Scotland gets a sort of free pass, especially since Braveheart re-established the Scots' anti-English credentials among the ignorant millions who get their history off the TV."
Author: Peter Hitchens
39. "Usability is de mate waarin een product door bepaalde gebruikers in een bepaalde gebruikersomgeving kan worden gebruikt om bepaalde doelen effectief, efficiënt en naar tevredenheid te bereiken."
Author: Peter Kassenaar
40. "We have to stress our conservative credentials and emphasize that we are the natural, national alternative to the Liberals. Clearly the Alliance has shown it can't break out of its Western box. The Alliance is at single-digit support in three quarters of the country."
Author: Peter MacKay
41. "He has not yet become an elder statesman, though his foreign policy credentials are considerable, but he is certainly our ancient mariner, forever tugging at our sleeve to let him tell his tale of what really happened."
Author: Ronald Steel
42. "Our practical faith in progress has ramified and hardened into an ideology -- a secular religion which, like the religions that progress has challenged, is blind to certain flaws in its credentials. Progress, therefore, has become 'myth' in the anthropological sense. By this I do not mean a belief that is flimsy or untrue. Successful myths are powerful and often partly true. […] The myth of progress has sometimes served us well -- those of us seated at the best tables, anyway -- and may continue to do so. […] Progress has an internal logic that can lead beyond reason to catastrophe. (4-5)"
Author: Ronald Wright
43. "Ancak klinik gözlemler bize nefretin sadece beklenmedik siklikta sevginin yoldasi oldugunu, insan iliskilerinde sevginin bir öncülü oldugunu söylemekle kalmiyor, kimi durumlarda nefretin sevgiye ve sevginin de nefrete dönüsebildigini gösteriyor. Sayet bu dönüsüm sadece zamana bagli ardil bir yer-degistirmeden ibaret degilse, birbirine ters yönlerde seyreden fizyolojik süreçleri öngören, erotik güdülerle ölüm güdüleri arasindaki o temel ayrimin dayandigi zemin kaymis olur."Sigmund Freud, ‘Ben ve O', sayfa 76"
Author: Sigmund Freud
44. "But if, on the other hand, we should be justified in rejecting it, if there testified on oath, then, supposing our rules of evidence to be sound, we may be excused if we hesitate elsewhere to give it credence."
Author: Simon Greenleaf
45. "Niets is zo mooi als de eerste eenzame minuten met iemand die jou zou kunnen beminnen en iemand die je zelf zou kunnen beminnen. Er bestaat niets dat zo stil is als die minuten, niets zo verzadigd met liefdelijke verwachting. In die paar minuten heeft men lief, niet in de vele die volgen. Nooit meer weet zij, zal zo iets schoons hen overkomen. Blijer zullen ze misschien worden, beter ook, en oneindig tevreden met elkaars lichaam. Maar nooit zal het meer zo schoon zijn."
Author: Stig Dagerman
46. "The key players, it turns out, are those who refuse to be credentialed or curbed by traditional modes of power, who understand that the transformative power of truth is not a credible companion for consolidating modes of established power, but that truth characteristically runs beyond the confines of such power."
Author: Walter Brueggemann
47. "It is the man who all his life has been self-convicted of veracity whose lies find quickest credence."
Author: William Faulkner
48. "All over America, people were pulling credentials out of their pockets and sticking them under someone else's nose to prove they had been somewhere or done something. And I thought someday everyone in America will suddenly jump up and say, 'I don't take any shit!' and start pushing and cursing and clawing at the man next to him."
Author: William S. Burroughs
49. "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
50. "Du kannst nicht viel von deiner Mutter lernen. Aber das kannst du von deiner Mutter lernen. Erstens, man kann über alles reden. Und zweitens, was die Leute denken, ist scheißegal."
Author: Wolfgang Herrndorf

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