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1. "Animals in general have always been my passion, project, crusade - whatever you want to call it! The ocean is such a huge, beautiful thing that I feel like we all take for granted."
Author: Aimee Teegarden
2. "What's lemonade? Something you make out of lemons. And what's a crusade? Something you make out of crosses—a course of gratuitous violence motivated by an obsession with unanalyzed symbols."
Author: Aldous Huxley
3. "Kurallari çigneyebilirsin, ama ancak bazen ve sadece onlari çok iyi biliyorsan.(syf. 44)"
Author: Ally Carter
4. "I once witnessed more ardent emotions between men at an Elks' Rally in Pasadena than they could ever have felt for the type of woman available to an Elk."
Author: Anita Loos
5. "Au-dessus de mes mots maladroits, au-dessus des raisonnements qui me peuvent tromper, tu considères en moi simplement l'Homme. Tu honores en moi l'ambassadeur de croyances, de coutumes, d'amours particulières. Si je diffère de toi, loin de te léser, je t'augmente. Tu m'interroges comme l'on interroge le voyageur."
Author: Antoine De Saint Exupéry
6. "I cannot project the degree of hatred required to make those women run around in crusades against abortion. Hatred is what they certainly project, not love for the embryos, which is a piece of nonsense no one could experience, but hatred, a virulent hatred for an unnamed object...Their hatred is directed against human beings as such, against the mind, against reason, against ambition, against success, against love, against any value that brings happiness to human life. In compliance with the dishonesty that dominates today's intellectual field, they call themselves "pro-life."
Author: Ayn Rand
7. "When I leave a room, it's gonna be footprints of funk wherever I stepped, because I'm a soul-funk crusader."
Author: Big Boi
8. "So I'm on a little one-man crusade to bring the obituary closer to the front of the paper. Let's sing a bit louder about the unsung. Rather than spending all our time watching stupid people doing stupid things and being filmed by other stupid people on reality TV shows, why don't we spend a few minutes each day reading about good people doing good things? I'm not being a hippy. It's just that we've got to improve ourselves as a species or we are absolutely doomed."
Author: Billy Connolly
9. "Voyages to the outer solar system are controlled from a single place on the planet Earth, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Pasadena, California."
Author: Carl Sagan
10. "There's the pity of it. Elaine Cheeseman's not as young as you; she's forty, maybe. But she's not bad-looking at all. If she took the trouble to dress properly, and occasionally she smiled instead of keeping a frozen, holy-zeal look as though she were goin' to the Crusades instead of only to the polling-station, she might even be a bit of a smasher."
Author: Carter Dickson
11. "Yeni dönüstürülenler tek bir isim kullanirlar. Merit, eger bunu kullaniyorsan, adini degistirmemiz gerekmez. Sadece evlerin lliderleri soyadlarini koruyabilirler. Bu, hatirlaman gereken kurallardan sadece biri." Bana dogru egilerek suratinda pis bir ifadeyle konusmasina devam etti. " Ve kurallari çignemek düskünlere yarasir bir harelettir." Onun bu yumusak ikazi karanlikta yanan bir isaret feneri gibi zihnimde bir seyleri atesledi. Gözlerimi kirpistirarak ona baktim. "Bir insani rizasi olmadan dnüstürmek de bazilarinca düskünlere yarasir hareket olarak görülebilir, Helen"
Author: Chloe Neill
12. "Now is as good a time as ever to revisit the history of the Crusades, or the sorry history of partition in Kashmir, or the woes of the Chechens and Kosovars. But the bombers of Manhattan represent fascism with an Islamic face, and there's no point in any euphemism about it. What they abominate about 'the West,' to put it in a phrase, is not what Western liberals don't like and can't defend about their own system, but what they do like about it and must defend: its emancipated women, its scientific inquiry, its separation of religion from the state. Loose talk about chickens coming home to roost is the moral equivalent of the hateful garbage emitted by Falwell and Robertson, and exhibits about the same intellectual content."
Author: Christopher Hitchens
13. "(...)depois de acordar de um pesadelo, nada a sossegava mais do que a respiração do pai, ali ao seu lado, e o folhear das páginas. Nada conseguia espantar mais rapidamente os sonhos maus do que o sussurrar do papel impresso."
Author: Cornelia Funke
14. "Inkâr gerçekten de sadece Misir'daki bir nehirden ibaret degildi. -206"
Author: Darynda Jones
15. "U srednjem sloju nikada nema neugodnih iznenadenja i strahova. Stišcu se jedno uz drugo u iluziji da ce im tako biti toplije. U osrednjosti nikada nisi sam, a ponajmanje sam sa sobom. Kako li su samo zadovoljni takvim stanjem stvari! Ne moraju si predbacivati ni zbog cega u životu niti im itko išta može predbaciti zbog njihova života. I Erikino predbacivanje da im je neka izvedba neuspjela odbija se o mekan zid njihove strpljive osrednjosti. Ona, Erika, sama je s druge strane zida i umjesto da se ponosni time, ona im se zbog toga osvecuje. Tako da ih svaka tri mjeseca tjera kroz drvena vratašca obora, što ih mora širom držati otvorena da bi te budale uopce mogle uci. S izrazom samozadovoljstva i dosade na licu, mekecuci i gurkajuci se, ulaze u obor, a glupana koji je zastao da dohvati kaput u zadnjem redu garderobe, jednostavno pregaze. Najprije žele uci, a zatim što prije izici. I to svi zajedno. Misle: dodu li brže na pašnjak glazbe, moci ce prije otici."
Author: Elfriede Jelinek
16. "It's ludicrous to even talk about (Marquis) de Sade, let alone indulge in all that, when people are being tortured and suffering for real, not for sexual games. I have no interest either in being a victim or in turning others into victims."
Author: Françoise Gilot
17. "Baylar, bazi sorular içimi kemirip duruyor; ne olur bana bunlarin çözümünü verin. Mesela siz insani eski aliskanliklarindan vazgeçirmek, iradesini bilimle, sagduyuyla bagdasacak tarzda düzenlemek istiyorsunuz. Fakat insanlarda böyle bir islahin sadece mümkün degil, ayni zamanda mecburi oldugunu nereden biliyorsunuz? Insan iradesinin bu derece islaha muhtaç oldugu hükmünü neye göre veriyorsunuz? Kisacasi, böyle bir islahin insana gerçekten fayda saglayacagina nasil karar verdiniz? Açik konusalim; aklin ve aritmetigin destekledigi gerçek, normal çikarlara karsi gelmemenin insan için daima faydali olduguna, hepimiz için bir kanun sayilacagina neden bu kadar kuvvetle eminsiniz? Bu simdilik bir tahminden ibarettir."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
18. "Why do many believers insist on repeatedly pointing to the crimes of 20th century dictators who led officially atheistic societies as some sort of evidence of their god's existence? It makes no sense.If the rivers of blood on Stalin's hands and Mao's hands, for example, are supposed to prove there is a god, then what do the oceans of blood on the hands of several thousand years' worth of religious kings, queens, presidents, popes, priests, generals, Crusadersm jihadists and tribal chiefs prove? It's not, of course, but if bodycount is somehow the measure of a god's likelihood of existence, then believers lose.It is clear that humans are quite capable of killing with or without images of gods bouncing around in their heads. If anything, however, history suggests that the concept of gods makes the idea of massacring your fellow man (and women and children, too, of course) a lot easier to act upon."
Author: Guy P. Harrison
19. "This Party is a moral crusade or it is nothing."
Author: Harold Wilson
20. "Ye who love the haunts of Nature, Love the sunshine of the meadow, Love the shadow of the forest, Love the wind among the branches, And the rain-shower and the snow-storm, And the rushing of great rivers Through their palisades of pine-trees, And the thunder in the mountains, Whose innumerable echoes Flap like eagles in their eyries;-Listen to these wild traditions, To this Song of Hiawatha!"
Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
21. "...for you know that soft is stronger than hard, water stronger than rock, love stronger than force." Vesadeva to Siddartha"
Author: Hermann Hesse
22. "During the crusades all were religious mad, and now all are mad for want of it."
Author: J. G. Stedman
23. "O birisi birisiyle çavdar tarlasinda karsilasir seklinde dedi. Biliyorum bu Robert Burns'un siiri.Evet hakliydi.O "Birisi birisiyle çavdar tarlasinda karsilasirsa". Bilmiyordum. Ben onu birisi birisini çavdar tarlasinda yakalarsa zannediyordum, dedim. Her neyse, gözümün önüne bu büyük çavdar tarlasinda oynayan küçük çocuklari getiriyorum.Binlerce küçük çocuk ve baska hiçkimse yok -büyükleri kastediyorum- benim disimda.Çilgin bir uçurumun basinda oturuyorum. Ne yapmaliyim, bir yerlerden oraya nereye kostuklarinin farkinda olmadan, uçurumdan atlayacaklarindan habersiz gelen çocuklari yakalamaliyim. Bütün gün bunu yapmak isterdim. Ben kesinlikle sadece çavdar tarlasinda bir yakalayici olmak isterdim.Biliyorum bu gerçekten çilginca ama gerçekten benimseyebildigim tek fikir bu.Biliyorum bu delice."
Author: J.D. Salinger
24. "Ve, isin kotu tarafi da, bohem takildiginda ya da bunun gibi bir cilginlik yaptiginda, sen de herkes kadar duzene ayak uydurmus oluyorsun, sadece bicim farki var."
Author: J.D. Salinger
25. "Eski zamanlari hatirlayin. Perilere layik Büyük Pasta'nin yapildigi zamanlari; sadece kuyruk isirandan korkan ejderhalari, kötü krallari, topraklarinizda gezinen devleri, azalmaya baslayan sövalyeler dönemini. Ve siz elinizde eski ve üzerinde yazilar bulunan bir kiliçla ejderha avlamak zorunda kalirsaniz..Yapraklari agaçtan daha iyi resmeden türden bir ressamsaniz..Yagmurlu, rüzgarli ve gün isiginin da çekip gittigi bir gece, odanizin içinde açan bir sarmasik yapraginin sesini duyarsaniz.. Elinizi beyaz kabuguna dayadiginiz agaç, bir gün, ''Uzaklara git. Rüzgar senin pesinde. Git ve asla dönme'' derse; Üstünüzde koca bir yorgunluk ve yoksunluk duygusuyla kendinize gelircesine etrafa bakip, ''Niye yalniziz?'' diye sorarsiniz; Küçük bir çocuk elinizi sessizce tutup ''Üzgünüm'' diyecektir.¦ J.R.R. Tolkien - Masallar kitabi Altikirkbes Yayinlari Arka Kapak Yazisi"
Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
26. "That the Sadian fantasy situates itself better in the bearers of Christian ethics than elsewhere is what our structural landmarks allow us to grasp easily. But that Sade, himself, refuses to be my neighbor, is what needs to be recalled, not in order to refuse it to him in return, but in order to recognize the meaning of this refusal. We believe that Sade is not close enough to his own wickedness to recognize his neighbor in it. A trait which he shares with many, and notably with Freud. For such is indeed the sole motive of the recoil of beings, sometimes forewarned, before the Christian commandment. For Sade, we see the test of this, crucial in our eyes, in his refusal of the death penalty, which history, if not logic, would suffice to show is one of the corollaries of Charity."
Author: Jacques Lacan
27. "I love Barbra Streisand and Sade who've both had careers in soul and I want my music to have that timeless quality that isn't necessarily now."
Author: Jessie Ware
28. "But all over-expression, whether by journalists, poets, novelists, or clergymen, is bad for the language, bad for the mind; and by over-expression, I mean the use of words running beyond the sincere feeling of writer or speaker or beyond what the event will sanely carry. From time to time a crusade is preached against it from the text: ‘The cat was on the mat.' Some Victorian scribe, we must suppose, once wrote: ‘Stretching herself with feline grace and emitting those sounds immemorially connected with satisfaction, Grimalkin lay on a rug whose richly variegated pattern spoke eloquently of the Orient and all the wonders of the Arabian Nights.' And an exasperated reader annotated the margin with the shorter version of the absorbing event. How the late Georgian scribe will express the occurrence we do not yet know. Thus, perhaps: ‘What there is of cat is cat is what of cat there lying cat is what on what of mat laying cat.' The reader will probably the margin with ‘Some cat!"
Author: John Galsworthy
29. "Sarah'nin gülmek yerine, "Komik," ya da gülümsemek yerine, "Ilginç," ya da "Aptal zirva geri zekâlinin tekisin," demek yerine, "Sey, sanirim bu ondan biraz daha karmasik," diyen kadinlardan olmasindan korktum. Öyle insanlarin yaninda ne yapacagimi hiç bilemezdim, özellikle de siz konustuktan sonra gizemli bir sekilde "Anliyorum," diyenlerin. Genellikle sadece susardim."
Author: Lorrie Moore
30. "I also remember being struck by de Sade's will, in which he asked that his ashes be scattered to the four corners of the earth in the hope that humankind would forget both his writings and his name. I'd like to be able to make that demand; commemorative ceremonies are not only false but dangerous, as are all statues of famous men. Long live forgetfulness, I've always said—the only dignity I see is in oblivion."
Author: Luis Buñuel
31. "Governor Paetus...' Lupus closed his eyes that we might not read the rage in them. ‘Governor Paetus has informed us that he will return to our camp at Rhandaea with the Fourth legion, there to build the palisades and set up defences sufficient to deter the enemy. He will take with him the Eagles,and keep them safe, so that if a legion is lost it can be re-formed, and its honour may live on.'There was a moment's silence as we all wrestled with the impossibility of what we had heard. The IVth leaving. And the Eagles going with them so that if a legion – our legion, there was no other one – was ‘lost', which is to say annihilated, destroyed to the last man...And that's when our discipline broke apart."
Author: M.C. Scott
32. "Tell me we're not going to be stoking up the cook fires to build palisades through the night by their light.' I stood, turning as I spoke.Gravely, he said, ‘You're not going to be stoking the cook fires and building palisades through the night by their light.'Something was wrong with Lupus. He had never in his life made a joke, and his eyes were not laughing; quite the reverse."
Author: M.C. Scott
33. "Devrimler, seçkinlere karsi kendiliginden isyanlardan daha fazlasina ihtiyaç duyar. Devrimler, sadece yöneticinin veya birkaç yasanin degismesiyle yetinmeyen, ama asagidan yukariya toplumun her yönünü kavrayan yeni bir etik sistem getirmeye çalisan bir toplumsal kesimin varligini gerektirir."
Author: Mark Steel
34. "Mesele eski arkadasin, daha iyi bir arkadas olmasi degildir. Sadece o kisiyi daha iyi tanirsiniz ve zavalli bir budala gibi davranmanizdan rahatsiz olmayacagini bilirsiniz."
Author: Markus Zusak
35. "I like Sade. I'm re-reading Juliette. I skip the philosophy and read the salacious bits. His descriptive imagination is incredible."
Author: Michael Gira
36. "Korktugun her olaydan, basina gelmesinden ürktügün her kötü rastlantidan kaçinmak için onu ayrintilariyla düsünürsün hemen. Ayrintilariyla düsünmek sart. Yoksa bir noktayi bile düsünmeyi unutsan o nokta basina gelir. Yalniz yasayanlar her seyi hesaba katmak zorundadir. Baska türlü korunamazlar. Baska türlü yasayamazlar. Allahim neler düsünüyorum! Düsün oglum Hikmet. Düsün ki bunlar basina gelmesin ha-ha. Iyi seyleri düsünmekten kaçin sadece. Onlar basina gelsin. Mesele bu kadar basit iste."
Author: Oğuz Atay
37. "It would take more than long-stemmed roses to change my view that you're a despicable cowardy custard and a disgrace to a proud family. Your ancestors fought in the Crusades and were often mentioned in despatches, and you cringe like a salted snail at the thought of appearing as Santa Claus before an audience of charming children who wouldn't hurt a fly. It's enough to make an aunt turn her face to the wall and give up the struggle."
Author: P.G. Wodehouse
38. "Karsisindaki kisi bekleneni yapmadigi ve onun ne yapabilecegini sadece tahmin edebildigi için beklentisi bosa çikmis birinin yüzü hep biraz budala görünür, sahibi kaslarini hangi beklentinin çevresinde öbeklemesi gerektigi hakkinda hiçbir sey bilmedigi için huzursuzdur,çarpilabilir."
Author: Pascal Mercier
39. "Here's what I love: when a great writer turns me into a Jew from Chicago, a lesbian out of South Carolina, or a black woman moving into a subway entrance in Harlem. Turn me into something else, writers of the world. Make me Muslim, heretic, hermaphrodite. Put me into a crusader's armor, a cardinal's vestments. Let me feel the pygmy's heartbeat, the queen's breast, the torturer's pleasure, the Nile's taste, or the nomad's thirst. Tell me everything that I must know. Hold nothing back."
Author: Pat Conroy
40. "Every war results from the struggle for markets and spheres of influence, and every war is sold to the public by professional liars and totally sincere religious maniacs, as a Holy Crusade to save God and Goodness from Satan and Evil."
Author: Robert Anton Wilson
41. "The Crusades were not unprovoked. They were not the first round of European colonialism. They were not conducted for land, loot, or converts. The crusaders were not barbarians who victimized the cultivated Muslims. They sincerely believed that they served in God's battalions."
Author: Rodney Stark
42. "Dünyada sizden, yani bütün erkeklerden niçin bu kadar çok nefret ediyorum, biliyor musunuz? Sirf böyle en tabii haklariymis gibi insandan birçok seyler istedikleri için. Beni yanlis anlamayin, bu taleplerin muhakkak söz haline gelmesi sart degil. Erkeklerin öyle bir bakislari, öyle bir gülüsleri, ellerini kaldirislari, hulasa kadinlara öyle bir muamele edisleri var ki… Kendilerine ne kadar fazla ve ne kadar aptalca güvendiklerini fark etmemek için kör olmak lazim. Herhangi bir sekilde talepleri reddedildigi zaman düstükleri saskinligi görmek, küstahça gururlarini anlamak için kafidir. Kendilerini daima bir avci, bizi zavalli birer av olarak düsünmekten asla vazgeçmiyorlar. Bizim vazifemiz sadece tabi olmak, itaat etmek, istenilen seyleri vermek. Biz isteyemeyiz, kendiligimizden bir sey vermeyiz. Ben bu ahmakça ve küstahça erkek gururundan tiksiniyorum. Anliyor musunuz?"
Author: Sabahattin Ali
43. "Two diametrically opposed points of view concerning religion in the West are to bee seen among Muslims. Some consider all Westerners to be Christians, with the small Jewish minority being of course an exception, and often refer to Westerners as "those Christians" as if the West were of the Middle Ages when the Crusades were carried out and when Western civilization lived in what has been called the Age of Faith. Another group of Muslims hold the opposite view that all Westerners are materialists or agnostics and skeptics and in fact there is no religion among the Westerners. Now it is essential to insist that both of these views are false."
Author: Seyyed Hossein Nasr
44. "The Crusaders lead to the Knights Templar; the Knights Templar lead to the Masons; and the Masons lead to the Shriners, a secret society that controls world government, toys with our banking system, and single-handedly keeps the fez industry afloat."
Author: Stephen Colbert
45. "I mean to do something grand. I don't know what, yet; but when I'm grown up I shall find out.Perhaps,it will be rowing out in boats, and saving peoples' lives,like that girl in the book. Or perhaps I shall go and nurse in the hospital, like Miss Nightingale. Or else I'll head a crusade and ride on a white horse, with armor and a helmet on my head, and carry a sacred flag. Or if I don't do that, I'll paint pictures,or sing, or scalp – sculp – what is it? you know – make figures in marble. Anyhow it shall be something."
Author: Susan Coolidge
46. "Sadece bilim adamlarinin yanildigini biliyordum.Dünya düzdü.Biliyordum çünkü tam kenarindan asagiya firlatilmistim ve 17 yildir tutunmaya çalisiyordum."
Author: Tahereh Mafi
47. "Warner, benim hiçbir seyim olmadan büyüdügümü ve bunlardan nefret etmedigimi anlamamisa benziyordu. Eskiden de elbiseler, mükemmel ayakkabilar ya da pahali seylerde degildi gözüm. Ipeklere sarmalanmak istemezdim. Tek istedigim uzanip baska bir insana sadece ellerimde degil, kalbimle de dokunabilmekti."
Author: Tahereh Mafi
48. "The Santa Monica Freeway is traditionally the scene of every form of automotive folly known to man. It is not white and well-bred like the San Diego, nor as treacherously engineered as the Pasadena, nor quite as ghetto-suicidal as the Harbor. No, one hesitates to say it, but the Santa Monica is a freeway for freaks."
Author: Thomas Pynchon
49. "Ölümden korkuyordum. Ölümden o kadar korkuyordum ki belki de ölüyorsunuzdur diye, size bakamiyordum bile. Benim için ölmemenin, eger bulabilirsem, bir... bir yolu oldugundan baska hiçbir sey düsünemiyordum. Fakat, sanki büyük bir yara varmis da kaniyormus gibi, -sizinki gibi- hayat sürekli akip gidiyordu. Fakat her seyde bu vardi. Ve ben hiçbir sey, hiçbir sey yapmadim; sadece ölmenin korkusundan saklanmaya çalistim."
Author: Ursula K. Le Guin
50. "Bu an için, sadece bu an için, beraberiz. Seni bana bastiriyorum. Gel, aci, beslen benden. Sivri dislerini etime batir. Beni ikiye ayir. Agliyorum, agliyorum."
Author: Virginia Woolf

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