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1. "La depressione è un'incrinatura dell'amore. Per essere capaci di amare dobbiamo essere capaci di disperarci per ciò che perdiamo e la depressione è il meccanismo con cui esprimiamo questa disperazione. Quando sopravviene, distrugge il nostro sé e finisce per annullare la capacità di donare e di ricevere affetto. È la solitudine interiore, che si manifesta e annienta non solo il legame con gli altri, ma anche la capacità di restare serenamente soli con se stessi."
Author: Andrew Solomon
2. "Mas vamos vivendo nossos belos dias, sem percebê-los; só quando chegam os ruins é que os desejamos de volta. Milhares de horas serenas e agradáveis deixamos passar por nós, sem fluí-las e mostrando má vontade, para depois, em tempos sombrios, dirigirmos em vão o nosso anelo para elas."
Author: Arthur Schopenhauer
3. "Every song has a hundred haunting words in it and only I can really read between the lines. I used to love it, but these days every one is like a torturous serenade, mocking me every time."
Author: Becky Wicks
4. "Why did you lead me on for weeks only to tell me you didn't like me. Is that something you learned from Serena?"
Author: Cecily Von Ziegesar
5. "I pen you words from my heartneither paper nor pen would doas I lay them out in flowery fontswhat more could you ask foras I am writing in your heartthe love that I want to endureI am no Keats nor am I anyone but mea poetess longing for your touchget lost with me in my wordsas I serenade you with a forever quill."
Author: Chimnese Davids
6. "?????Me voy a casa ahora. Necesito que me dejes ir. Deja que me vaya, ¿de acuerdo?El mareo está claro detrás de su voz y la expresión serena y razonable en sus ojos desgarra mi corazón, sacándolo de mi pecho. Se da la vuelta para irse, y lo único que puedo hacer es dejar que se vaya. Sólo la dejo ir."
Author: Colleen Hoover
7. "That's what I've been always saying, that I was always using the mixed doubles especially to improve my net game and being able to return a guy's serve, 'cause then when you play someone like Serena, you are little bit more prepared for that."
Author: Daniela Hantuchova
8. "Who knew Demon Child would have such a normal name? I expected something exotic like Serena or Destiny or the Evil One That Comes in the Night to Make Us Chilly."
Author: Darynda Jones
9. "This was the Mecca of the American Dream, the world that everyone wanted. A world of sleek young women (allied with Slenderella to be so) in shorts and halters, driving 400-horsepower station wagons to air-conditioned, music-serenaded supermarkets of baby-sitter corporations and culture condensed into Great Books discussion groups. A life of barbecues by the swimming pool and drive in movies open all year. It did't appeal to me. Fuck health insurance plans and life insurance. They wanted to live without leaving the womb. It made me more alive to play a game without rules against society, and I was prepared to play it to the end. A tremor almost sexual passed through me as I anticipated the comming robbery."
Author: Edward Bunker
10. "Actually, I really wanted to play against Venus because I have so much respect for both Serena and Venus."
Author: Elena Vesnina
11. "Serena has spent her life fighting fiction the way good soldiers fight—intent on detecting its presence, harassing it, suppressing it—but I have to find a way to show her she's mistaken her enemy, to explain to her that whoever suppresses fiction destroys life, and that everything disappears with it, all love, all desire. If the past is an invention, it's not such a big deal. After all, the future's an invention, and no one finds that hard to accept."
Author: Enrique De Hériz
12. "Allora ti piace l'amore?"" E' pericoloso. Ci scappano ferite e poi per la giustizia altre ferite. Non è serenata al balcone, somiglia a una mareggiata di libeccio, strapazza il mare sopra, e sotto lo rimescola. Non lo so se mi piace."
Author: Erri De Luca
13. "Amor de mis entrañas, viva muerte, en vano espero tu palabra escrita y pienso, con la flor que se marchita, que si vivo sin mí quiero perderte.El aire es inmortal. La piedra inerte ni conoce la sombra ni la evita. Corazón interior no necesita la miel helada que la luna vierte.Pero yo te sufrí. Rasgué mis venas, tigre y paloma, sobre tu cintura en duelo de mordiscos y azucenas.Llena pues de palabras mi locura o déjame vivir en mi serena noche del alma para siempre oscura."
Author: Federico García Lorca
14. "Oh, a medonha coragem dos que vão arrancando de si, dia a dia, a doçura da saudade do que passou, o encanto novo da esperança do que há-de vir, e que serenamente, desdenhosamente, sem saudades nem esperanças, partem um dia sem saber para onde, aventureiros da morte, emigrantes sem eira nem beira, audaciosos esquadrinhadores de abismos mais negros e mais misteriosos que todos os abismos escancarados do mundo"
Author: Florbela Espanca
15. "One of the Franciscans says later, "A monk should own nothing but his harp"; meaning, I suppose, that he should value nothing but his song, the song with which it was his business as a minstrel to serenade every castle and cottage, the song of the joy of the Creator in His creation and the beauty of the brotherhood of men."
Author: G.K. Chesterton
16. "Lo tocó murmurando la letra, con el violín bañado en lágrimas, y con una inspiración tan intensa que a los primeros compases empezaron a ladrar los perros de la calle, y luego los de la ciudad, pero después se fueron callando poco a poco por el hechizo de la música, y el valse terminó con un silencio sobrenatural. El balcón no se abrió, ni nadie se asomó a la calle, ni siquiera el sereno que casi siempre acudía con su candil tratando de medrar con las migajas de las serenatas. El acto fue un conjuro de alivio para Florentino Ariza, pues cuando guardó el violin en el estuche y se alejó por las calles muertas sin mirar hacia atrás, no sentía ya que iba la mañana siguinte, sino que se había ido desde hacía muchos años con la disposición irrevocable de no volver jamás."
Author: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
17. "Nunca me he sentido solo o agobiado en absoluto por la sensación de soledad, salvo en una ocasión, pocas semanas después de venir a los bosques, cuando, durante una hora, dudé de si la cercana vecindad del hombre no era esencial para una vida serena y saludable. Estar solo resultaba algo desagradable. Pero al mismo tiempo era consciente de una ligera locura en mi humor y parecía prever mi recuperación. En medio de una suave lluvia, mientras prevalecían estos pensamientos, fui consciente de pronto de la dulce y beneficiosa compañía de la naturaleza y, en el repiqueteo mismo de las gotas y en toda imagen y sonido alrededor de mi casa, un infinito e inexplicable afecto, como una atmósfera que me mantuviera, volvió insignificantes las ventajas imaginadas de la vecindad humana y no he vuelto a pensar en ellas desde entonces."
Author: Henry David Thoreau
18. "(...) él había pensado más que otros hombres, poseía en asuntos del espíritu aquella serena objetividad, aquella segura reflexividad y sabiduría que sólo tienen las personas verdaderamente espirituales, a las que falta toda ambición y nunca desean brillas, ni convencer a los demás, ni siquiera tener razón."
Author: Hermann Hesse
19. "Somehow, in the relatively short time I'd known Serena, she had wiggled her way into my cold body. She was my light, my warmth, and I wasn't ready to let her go."
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
20. "I smiled then—a big, toothy idiotic smile— and Serena didn't see it. Her eyes were closed, which was good, because I was turning into one big vagina."
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
21. "The whole street took part in the serenade to Flor, Flor leaning against her high window, all ruffles and lace, drenched in moonlight. Down below Vadinho, her gallant knight, with the red rose in his hand, so red it was almost black, the rose of her love."
Author: Jorge Amado
22. "Maybe there aren't any happily ever afters, or white knights who ride in on valiant steeds to save the day. Maybe, in real life, Prince Charming isn't always perfect – he's just as flawed as everyone else in the tale. And that princess, alone in her tower? She's not perfect either. Birds don't braid her hair every morning, she can't serenade wild forest creatures into servitude, and she doesn't even own a ball gown. But she's also smart enough to know not to accept poisoned apples from strangers, or prick her finger on deadly spindles.She doesn't wait around for a prince to charge in and slay the dragon. Maybe she saves herself and in the end, rides off into her own goddamned sunset."
Author: Julie Johnson
23. "The Vamp Council hung a portrait of me on their hero wall. How's that for ironic?''Especially since they showed it to you just before they tortured you for Serena's turning,' Shade said.Wraith snorted again. 'Fuckers'."
Author: Larissa Ione
24. ". "It's time, bro." "No." "Wraith, Shade is about to collapse." Wraith glanced over at his brother, who was trembling so hard his teeth were chattering. His dermoire's glow had faded and began to flicker. "You've got to let her go." A sob welled up in Wraith's throat. The moment Shade let go of Serena, she'd die. And if the turning didn't take… I'll lose her forever. Eidolon gave Wraith's shoulder a little squeeze. Oh, Gods… Wraith closed his eyes and nodded. Instantly, Shade's power cut off, and Serena's chest stopped moving. Her heart thumped once. Twice. And beat no more. The only sound in the room after that was the sound of Wraith's scream."
Author: Larissa Ione
25. "Because make no mistake, Serena. I do bite.~Wraith"
Author: Larissa Ione
26. "She was sitting in a garden more beautiful than even her rampaging imagination could ever have conjured up, and she was being serenaded by trees."
Author: Lynn Kurland
27. "Girls don't really recognize me on the street. No one has tried to serenade me or rip my shirt off."
Author: Mark Salling
28. "Nada contribuye tanto a serenar la mente como una finalidad permanente, un punto en el cual el alma pueda fijar su atención."
Author: Mary Shelley
29. "Oh come on. Let's serenade the stars. Maybe we'll catch one falling- Jameson Grant"
Author: Nikki Lynn Barrett
30. "Then maybe you'll help me convince Mr. MacGregor that I should paint his house.""Just watch how you have to twist his arm," Serena said dryly."
Author: Nora Roberts
31. "Hi,Grandpa."He reddened at that and struggled with the pleasure the title gave him. "So you decided to give me a moment of your time.""I felt duty bound to pay my respects to the newest MacGregor first."As if on cue,Justin strode over to arrange Mac in the crook of Daniel's arm. Gennie watched the fierce giant turn into a marshmellow. "There's a laddie," he crooned, holding out his glass to Shelby,then chucking the baby under the chin. When the baby grabbed his thick finger,he preened like a rooster. "Strong as an ox." He grinned foolishly at the room in general, then zeroed in on Grant. "Well, Campbell, so you've come. You see here," he began, jiggling the baby, "why the MacGregor's could never be conquered. Strong stock.""Good blood," Serena murmured, taking the baby from the proud grandfather."
Author: Nora Roberts
32. "Tudo em volta induz à loucura, ao infantilismo, à exasperação imaginativa. Contra isso o estudo não basta. Tomem consciência da infecção moral e lutem, lutem, lutem pelo seu equilíbrio, pela sua maturidade, pela sua lucidez. Tenham a normalidade, a sanidade, a centralidade da psique como um ideal. Prometam a vocês mesmos ser personalidades fortes, bem estruturadas, serenas no meio da tempestade, prontas a vencer todos os obstáculos com a ajuda de Deus e de mais ninguém. Prometam SER e não apenas pedir, obter, sentir, desfrutar."
Author: Olavo De Carvalho
33. "O tempo não é uma medida. Um ano não conta, dez anos não representam nada. Ser artista não significa contar, é crescer como a árvore que não apressa a sua seiva e resiste, serena, aos grandes ventos da primavera, sem temer que o verão possa não vir. O verão há de vir. Mas só vem para aqueles que sabem esperar, tão sossegados como se tivessem na frente a eternidade."
Author: Rainer Maria Rilke
34. "[...] Pero luego el silencio cubrió las cabezas, como una manta pesada. Todos volvieron hacia Neville unos rostros pálidos. Neville los observó serenamente. Y de pronto comprendió. Yo soy el anormal ahora. La normalidad es un concepto mayoritario. Norma de muchos, no de un sólo hombre.Y comprendió, también, la expresión de aquellos rostros: angustia, miedo, horror. Tenían miedo, sí. Era para ellos un monstruo terrible y desconocido, una malignidad más espantosa aún que la plaga. Un espectro invisible que había dejado como prueba de su existencia los cadáveres desangrados de sus seres queridos. Y Neville los comprendió, y dejó de odiarlos."
Author: Richard Matheson
35. "A kind of annihilation, was what Serena called their coupling, and though Pemberton would never have thought to describe it that way, he knew her words had named the thing exactly."
Author: Ron Rash
36. "Someday I'll be a weather-beaten skull resting on a grass pillow,Serenaded by a stray bird or two.Kings and commoners end up the same,No more enduring than last night's dream."
Author: Ryokan
37. "If you didn't already know, we're expecting in about four and a half months." Elliott beamed. The guests raised glasses with congratulations in the air."He slipped one past a goalie!" Ryan cheered.The beer I just sipped came out through my nose. Mia was choking on her water. Serena turned from Ryan to Elliott, smacking him on the chest. Mortification painted her red face."Did you teach him that?"Elliott shrugged with a mischievous grin."
Author: Sadie Grubor
38. "Soul Mates mirror our Divine nature."-Serena Jade"
Author: Serena Jade
39. "The soul is trapped by the personality/ego.The personality/ego has to have a shift of a higher self-worth, then and only then, can the personality/ego can act on what the soul is saying." Serena Jade"
Author: Serena Jade
40. "A solid foundation for us makes a great partner for someone else."-Serena Jade"
Author: Serena Jade
41. "When we are young and don't cultivate a healthy lifestyle, we will grow-older and our bodies will reflect the neglect."-Serena Jade"
Author: Serena Jade
42. "True equality of the sexes comes when a psychological unity of the masculine and feminine force's of one's own mind has been made."-Serena Jade"
Author: Serena Jade
43. "The soul cannot be perceived by the 5 senses.The soul speaks to us through our intuitive mind."-Serena Jade"
Author: Serena Jade
44. "When we die...we fall asleep, and are immersed in a dream state.However,when we are born, the ideal is to come out of the dream state and into full-waking consciousness."-Serena Jade"
Author: Serena Jade
45. "Why should one think thay are okay mentally? Making a study of ourselves is the best solution to our society.Our minds are so complex and if we don't have an avenue to explore, we just cough it up as it is just who I am...However, it is just half of who you are, we need to find our other half and it is not in the form of another person."-Serena Jade"
Author: Serena Jade
46. "To be religious is to have an obligation to a particular religion, but to be truly spiritual is to have a commitment to your soul."-Serena Jade"
Author: Serena Jade
47. "We can't get the power of will with a pill." -Serena Jade"
Author: Serena Jade
48. "Mrs. Potts beady black eyes narrowed,"Do you know how many glass slippers I have to stitch when I get home? There's a Mad Hatter serenading a toaster as we speak. There could be mayhem wreaking havoc all over the love in New Gotham, granted what thankless ingrates you are. But here I am!"
Author: Sophie Avett
49. "Why are you bringing these things up?" I asked softly.[...]Serena still wore that cold smile...Then, without warning, her face fell and she sighed heavily."I'm saying all these things, Amelia, because you're my bestie."Serena's tone was sincere, but it made me scowl at her. The last time she'd called me "bestie," she'd shoved me over the guardrail of a suspension bridge. That kind of thing could really take the shine out of a word."
Author: Tara Hudson
50. "Olía las curvas del río tras el crepúsculo y vi la última luz supina y serena sobre los charcos dejados por la marea como trozos de un espejo roto, después, tras ellos comenzaban las luces sobre el aire pálido, temblando un poco como mariposas que revoloteasen en la distancia."
Author: William Faulkner

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