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1. "In America time was gold; in Bangladesh, corrugated tin."
Author: Amy Waldman
2. "In my view, prescribing antidepressant drugs is too often a quick and easy substitute for developing treatment plans that address the totality of health concerns and lifestyle factors that have an impact on wellness, including emotional wellness."
Author: Andrew Weil
3. "Freedom is a struggle, and we do it together. Not only together as black citizens, but black and white together."
Author: Andrew Young
4. "After school, my mom would pick me up and I would just go to visit my dad in the recording studio, and I would see him working with Mark Hamill or hear him doing the 'Transformers' or a 'G.I. Joe' or the 'Rugrats.'"
Author: Ashley Bell
5. "The most painful moral struggles are not those between good and evil, but between the good and the lesser good."
Author: Barbara Grizzuti Harrison
6. "Kada smo u kontaktu sa drugim covekom, mi mu ili pomažemo ili smetamo. Nema treceg: ili ga vucemo na dole, ili ga izvlacimo na površinu."
Author: Booker T. Washington
7. "Why aren't you afraid of me?"Coy looks at me, baffled. "Why would I be afraid of you?"I shrug, not getting a chance to answer before he continues."Until the day you start chomping on my throat without my permission or throwing me across the room for fun, I'll never be afraid of you."
Author: Brandy Nacole
8. "Chick and Iggy had never come home the night before, but according to Nina this was a fairly regular occurrence, usually attributable to drugs, women, or both."
Author: Christa Faust
9. "I darted away from Geir and jmped through the gaping hole in the wall Will's body had made. The settling dust choked me, but I made it through and ran to Will. He was struggling to his feet, leaning heavily on his sword as the point dug into the cold ground. When I reached him, I dropped my swords and wrapped my arms around his chest."I've got you," I said, helping him lift his torso the rest of the way up. I heard a sickening snap in his chest as he groaned, and I knew something was broken. He buried his face into my shoulder and growled in pain."
Author: Courtney Allison Moulton
10. "Strength is Happiness. Strength is itself victory. In weakness and cowardice there is no happiness. When you wage a struggle, you might win or you might lose. But regardless of the short-term outcome, the very fact of your continuing to struggle is proof of your victory as a human being."
Author: Daisaku Ikeda
11. "Oh, well," Silk said wryly, "we might as well get it out into the open, I suppose. Gentlemen," he said, "I'm sure you all remember the Margravine Liselle, my fiancee.""Your fiancee?" Barak exclaimed in amazement."We all have to settle down sometime." Silk shrugged.They all gathered around to congratulate him. Velvet, however, did not look pleased."Was something the matter, dear?" Silk asked her, all innocence."Don't you think you've forgotten something, Kheldar?" she asked acidly."Not that I recall.""You neglected to ask me about this first.""Really? Did I actually forget that? You weren't planning to refuse, were you?""Of course not.""Well, then --""You haven't heard the last of this, Kheldar," she said ominously."I seem to be getting off to a bad start here," he observed."Very bad," she agreed."
Author: David Eddings
12. "It's a stereotype," he hissed. "It's a damn stereotype and it's harmful. If this catches on, we'll have all sorts of sorcerers running around, waving wands and chanting spells. Do you know how ridiculous we'd look?"Tanith shrugged. "I liked Harry Potter.""This ain't about Harry Potter!""You liked Harry Potter as well.""They're good books," he snapped, "but I do not agree with this wand business. All those guys down there, criminals and mobsters and gangsters, and who are they taking orders from? A wizard with a wand. How can they take him seriously? How are they going to take us seriously when we attack?"
Author: Derek Landy
13. "Ali Bosna nije ono što cula odmah prime s njenih boja i oblika. Slušaj što cu ti reci! Bosna je najdubljikazan pakla. Ona je lošim putem, tvrdom navikom i neizljecivom sumnjom zatvorena za rijeke 1jepotakoje su drugi 1judi stvorili, a svojim polozajem otvorena je najezdama sa sve cetiri strane.Dragi moj, svuda opasnost od drugog obicno rezi za granicom. U Bosni, ona se vidi u znaku suprotnevjere, cuje u pjesmi, sluti u pogledu prolaznika. Svuda se 1judi bore za slicnosti da bi bar oponašalijedinstvo koje je podloga snoš1jivosti. U Bosni se sve upelo da podvuce razliku."
Author: Derviš Sušic
14. "There comes a turning point in intense physical struggle where one abandons oneself to a profligate usage of strength and bodily resource, ignoring the costs until the struggle is over. Women find this point in childbirth; men in battle."
Author: Diana Gabaldon
15. "Majka se cudi što muškarac namjerava otici tek nakon svade. Uopce je ne zanima o cemu razgovaraju, govori sama sebi. Zasad se još nitko ne žali. Uto je obraz gospode Erike pogodila i druga pljuska. Nimalo ugodan dodir kože o kožu. Erika tiho cvili da ne probudi susjede. Majka pocinje pažljivije osluškivati i razabire da iza vrata sobe taj muškarac njenu kcer degradira u neku vrstu vrece za boksa - nje. Majka ga ljutito upozorava da oštecuje tude vlasništvo, naime njeno!"
Author: Elfriede Jelinek
16. "I have to be a lot more calculating because I'm a very private person. I actually really struggle with the attention; I'm generally a pretty shy kind of a person. So it's tough figuring out how to manage it. But there are ways of managing it, and you just have to be smart."
Author: Emily Watson
17. "As we live and as we are, Simplicity - with a capital "S" - is difficult to comprehend nowadays. We are no longer truly simple. We no longer live in simple terms or places. Life is a more complex struggle now. It is now valiant to be simple: a courageous thing to even want to be simple. It is a spiritual thing to comprehend what simplicity means."
Author: Frank Lloyd Wright
18. "But it is the same with man as with the tree. The more he seeks to rise into the height and light, the more vigorously do his roots struggle earthword, downword, into the dark, the deep - into evil."
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
19. "The thing I hated while reading this book, it turns out, was me. Bad things happen, and shoulders are shrugged. The most serious of events are blended with the strange. The author pulled me inside his mind, and what I found there was a dead stillness, the somber and poignant wisdom of someone with little hope and scars across his eyes."
Author: Hugh Howey
20. "Our brains are so conditioned through education, through religion, to think we are separate entities with separate souls and so on. We are not individuals at all. We are the result of thousands of years of human experience, human endeavor and struggle."
Author: J. Krishnamurti
21. "[G]randma was always afraid of something. She set aside time each day for dread. And not nameless dread. She was quite specific about the various tragedies stalking her. She feared pneumonia, muggers, riptides, meteors, drunk drivers, drug addicts, serial killers, tornadoes, doctors, unscrupulous grocery clerks, and the Russians. The depth of Grandma's dread came home to me when she bought a lottery ticket and sat before the tv as the numbers were called. After her first three numbers were a match, she began praying feverishly that she wouldn't have the next three. She dreaded winning, for fear that her heart would give out."
Author: J.R. Moehringer
22. "Though it was undeclared, there was a new world war being waged, where fundamental decency and respect for human rights were under assault by forces of intolerance, despotism, and blind fervor. And while its battles were sometimes waged in plain sight-- in New York City, in Iraq-- its greater struggle was carried on invisibly, fought in secret, its heroes unknown, its villains hidden."
Author: James Rollins
23. "If coffee is a drug, then I am a junky. And if coffee's not a drug, then I'm still a junky. Damnit."
Author: Jarod Kintz
24. "Also, just before the shift started tonight, I had walked to the drugstore across the street [...] and used one of their perfume testers. Nothing too obvious or flowery, just a body spray with a hint of musk that said you admired your captor."
Author: Jennifer Echols
25. "The brain of a person in love will show activity in the amygdala, which is associated with gut feelings, and in the nucleus accumbens, an area associated with rewarding stimuli that tends to be active in drug abusers. Or, to recap: the brain of a person in love doesn't look like the brain of someone overcome by deep emotion. It looks like the brain of a person who's been snorting coke."
Author: Jodi Picoult
26. "Therefore, our fight must primarily be a political mass struggle with revolutionary goals."
Author: Joe Slovo
27. "Medicines cannot drug away the cellular defects that develop in response to improper nutrition throughout life."
Author: Joel Fuhrman
28. "Gundar isn't so much a ship's captain as a reformed pirate and a heathen." [Evanlyn] looked apologetically at Gundar. "No offense, Gundar."The skirl shrugged cheerfully. "None taken, little lady. It's a pretty fair description. Not sure about the reformed part," he added thoughtfully."
Author: John Flanagan
29. "The world rests in the night. Trees, mountains, fields, and faces are released from the prison of shape and the burden of exposure. Each thing creeps back into its own nature within the shelter of the dark. Darkness is the ancient womb. Nighttime is womb- time. Our souls come out to play. The darkness absolves everything; the struggle for identity and impression falls away. We rest in the night."
Author: John O'Donohue
30. "One day, I saw a tiny nopalito (cactus sapling) growing not too far from an old tree. I wanted to dig it up and replant it near our house in Zacatecas. I told my mom that I would protect it from the wind and that I would water it every day so that it could grow nice and tall and strong. My mom frowned at me. "You'd be destroying what makes it special," she said. "It's a nopalito, it is it's struggle that makes it so beautiful..."
Author: José N. Harris
31. "He's a fucking fool"Sophie shrugged and looked out of the window. "Maybe. He's avoided having sex with me for more than six months now.""I'll say it again. He's a fucking fool.""Yes."…"Would it help if we fucked?"
Author: Kitty French
32. "Jedna od najobicnijih i najraširenijih praznovjerica je ta da svaki covjek ima jedino svoja odredena svojstva, da je covjek dobar, zao, glup, energican, apatican itd. Ljudi nisu takvi. Možemo kazati o covjeku da je cešce dobar nego zao, cešce pametan nego glup, cešce energican nego apatican, i obratno; ali ce biti neistina ako reknemo o kojem covjeku da je dobar ili pametan, a o drugom da je zao ili glup. A mi uvijek tako dijelimo ljude. I to nije istina. Ljudi su kao rijeke: voda je u svima jednaka i svuda ista, ali svaka je rijeka sad uska, sad brza, sad široka, sad tiha, sad cista, sad hladna, sad mutna, sad topla. Tako i ljudi. Svaki covjek nosi u sebi zacetke svih ljudskih svojstava te ponekad ispoljava jedne, ponekad druge, i cesto nije nikako nalik na sebe, a ipak ostaje vazda onaj koji jest."
Author: Leo Tolstoy
33. "Levin had often noticed in arguments between even the most intelligent people that after enormous efforts, an enormous number of logical subtleties and words, the arguers would finally come to the awareness that what they had spent so long struggling to prove to each other had been known to them long, long before, from the beginning of the argument, but that they loved different things and therefore did not want to name what they loved, so as not to be challenged. He had often felt that sometimes during an argument you would understand what your opponent loves, and suddenly come to love the same thing yourself, and agree all at once, and then all reasonings would fall away as superfluous; and sometimes it was the other way round: you would finally say what you yourself love, for the sake of which you are inventing your reasonings, and if you happened to say it well and sincerely, the opponent would suddenly agree and stop arguing. That was the very thing he wanted to say."
Author: Leo Tolstoy
34. "The necessity of political struggle especially means confronting and contradicting those on the left who say that resistance is futile. Such people have no place in a movement for justice. For actionists who choose to work aboveground, this confrontation with detractors - and some of these detractors reject the idea of resistance of any kind - is one of the small, constant actions you can take. Defend the possibility of resistance, insist on a moral imperative of fighting for this planet, and argue for direct action against perpetrators. Despite what much of the left has now embraced, we are not all equally responsible. There are a few corporations that have turned the planet into a dead commodity for their private wealth, destroying human cultures along with it."
Author: Lierre Keith
35. "O singura rugaciune am: Doamne sa nu ma lasi niciodata sa fiu multumit de mine însumi."
Author: Lucian Blaga
36. "We again bear the cost of those who enjoyed their whole life while we were struggling."
Author: M.F. Moonzajer
37. "For all of life's discontents, according to the pharmaceutical industry, there is a drug and you should take it. Then for the side effects of that drug, then there's another drug, and so on. So we're all taking more drugs, and more expensive drugs."
Author: Marcia Angell
38. "It was ironic, really - you want to die because you can't be bothered to go on living - but then you're expected to get all energetic and move furniture and stand on chairs and hoist ropes and do complicated knots and attach things to other things and kick stools from under you and mess around with hot baths and razor blades and extension cords and electrical appliances and weedkiller. Suicide was a complicated, demanding business, often involving visits to hardware shops.And if you've managed to drag yourself from the bed and go down the road to the garden center or the drug store, by then the worst is over. At that point you might as well just go to work."
Author: Marian Keyes
39. "Vaša ljepota ostavlja me hladnim. Ne mislite da se pretvaram. Moja je duša puna boli i bio bih sretan da je kod vas mogu nacas zaboraviti. Ali, vidite, mene se vaša ljepota ne doima. Ja nisam tu, kod vas, moja je svaka misao drugdje, moj svaki kucaj srca vapi drugamo" Siniša"
Author: Marija Jurić Zagorka
40. "As Darwin pointed out in The Origin of Species (opening pages of chapter three), the 'struggle for existence' can often be described just as well as a mutual dependence. And harmless coexistence as parts of the same eco-sphere is also a very common relation. . . . Among social creatures, positive gregariousness, a liking for each other's company, is the steady, unnoticed background for the conflicts."
Author: Mary Midgley
41. "It's too soon, too fast. We don't even know each other." "Says who?" Ethan demanded. "Who decides how long it should take? Who makes the rules?" Erica shrugged because she really didn't know it just seemed like common sense. He put his index finger under her chin and swept his thumb just under her lower lip. "I do know you." He whispered. "I know you love chocolate and hate roses. I know you are kind and compassionate and generous. I know you feed the homeless and the stray cat that lives behind your apartment. I know you are a hopeless romantic. You are fiercely loyal." His eyes took on a mischievous glint. "I know you are ticklish; I know what makes you moan; I know what makes you squirm." He kissed her softly. "I know when I am with you I don't want to be anywhere else." He kissed her again and this time she wrapped her arms around his neck and kissed him back. Their tongues tangled in a duel that left her breathless."
Author: Melissa Hale
42. "Look, if you say that science will eventually prove there is no God, on that I must differ. No matter how small they take it back, to a tadpole, to an atom, there is always something they can't explain, something that created it all at the end of the search."And no matter how far they try to go the other way – to extend life, play around with the genes, clone this, clone that, live to one hundred and fifty – at some point, life is over. And then what happens? When the life comes to an end?"I shrugged."You see?"He leaned back. He smiled."When you come to the end, that's where God begins."
Author: Mitch Albom
43. "Frugality, I've learned, has its own cost, one that sometimes lasts forever."
Author: Nicholas Sparks
44. "Khaemwaset's eyes remained on the riverbank as the green confusion of spring glided by. Beyond the fecund, brilliant life of the bank with its choked river growth, its darting, piping birds, its busy insects and occasionally its sleepy grinning crocodiles, was a wealth of rich black soil in which the fellahin were struggling, knee-deep, to strew the fresh seed."
Author: Pauline Gedge
45. "The hero of the following account, Homo immunologicus, who must give his life, with all its dangers and surfeits, a symbolic framework, is the human being that struggles with itself in concern for its form. We will characterize it more closely as the ethical human being, or rather Homo repetitious, Homo artista, the human in training. None of the circulating theories of behaviour or action is capable of grasping the practising human - on the contrary: we will understand why previous theories had to make it vanish systematically, regardless of whether they divided the field of observation into work and interaction, processes and communications, or active and contemplative life. With a concept of practice based on a broad anthropological foundation, we finally have the right instrument to overcome the gap, supposedly unbridgeable by methodological means, between biological and cultural phenomena of immunity - that is, between natural processes on the one hand and actions on the other."
Author: Peter Sloterdijk
46. "You've taken so many drugs that you couldn't legally operate a pair of safety scissors."
Author: S.M. Reine
47. "Her legs started to tremble and together they went down to the rug. Angie lay spread before him like an impossible offering and every thought, every memory, every consideration dissolved and there was only the need to be inside her, to lose himself in the slick warmth of her, to feel alive and to feel pleasure.He stretched on top of her and her legs spread to accept him. He gripped himself and found her entrance. He slid inside her, into tight, wet heat. And then he really did lose his mind."
Author: Sarah Mayberry
48. "The bravest sight in the world is to see a great man struggling against adversity."
Author: Seneca
49. "I wanted to laugh. Or maybe get mad. Or maybe shrug at how strange everyone was, especially me."
Author: Stephen Chbosky
50. "Reducing the price of cancer drugs is a humanitarian move."
Author: Yusuf Hamied

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It was quiet in the cell. Rubashov heard only the creaking of his steps on the tiles. Six and a half steps to the door, whence they must come to fetch him, six and a half steps to the window, behind which night was falling. Soon it would be over. But when he asked himself, For what actually are you dying? he found no answer.It was a mistake in the system; perhaps it lay in the precept which until now he had held to be uncontestable, in whose name he had sacrificed others and was himself being sacrificed: in the precept, that the end justifies the means. It was this sentence which had killed the great fraternity of the Revolution and made them run amuck. What had he once written in his diary? "We have thrown overboard all conventions, our sole guiding principle is that of consequent logic; we are sailing without ethical ballast."
Author: Arthur Koestler

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