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1. "Fields and more fields on either side of the road.From where they are it looks as if the whole world were green.But from higher up,from a hill-if there were a hill in this flat country-or from a pyramid(one of the many that two thousand years ago lined this route from Thebes to Memphis,from the Delta to the Cataract)or from an aeroplane today,you would be able to see how narrow the strip green was,how closely it clung to the winding river.The river like a lifeline thrown across the desert, the villages and the town hanging on to it, clustering together, glancing over their shoulders at the desert always behind them.Appeasing it,finally,by making it the dwelling of their head."
Author: Ahdaf Soueif
2. "Zwyczajem wszystkich szpicli swiata unikali patrzenia w oczy i jak wszyscy szpicle swiata mieli pospolite i wyblakle geby, którym usilnie starali sie nadac madry wyraz, dzieki czemu przypominali umyslowo chore malpy."
Author: Andrzej Sapkowski
3. "Kita diminta menjadi budayawan patriotik yang jujur; berani mengkritik persekitaran dan negara tanpa berasa khuatir dituduh tidak setia atau berkhianat kerana sebagai pencinta tanah air, kita sedang berperang dengan kejahatan bangsa kita. Pihak yang berkhianat ialah budayawan yang memuji dan mendewakan pemimpin dengan niat mengambil hati (salah atau benar) bagi kepentingan dirinya. Salah atau benar ini adalah tanah air kita. Lantaran itu kita berani mengkritiknya dan berani mempertahankannya."
Author: Baharuddin Zainal
4. "Özgürlügün kimse tarafindan sevilmemeyi göze almak oldugunu söylüyordum."
Author: Baris Biçakçi
5. "Eskiden unlu maddeler pahali idi. Simdi de pirinç ve fasulye onlari gölgede birakti.Yeni zenginler gibi asillerin tarafina geçtiler. Demek siz de, fasulye ve pirinç, bizi terkettiniz?"
Author: Caroline Maria De Jesus
6. "The story hangs in the night air between them. It is very latem, and if father or daugther stepped to the window, tehyw ould see the Suktara, star of the impending dawn, hanging low in the sky. But they keep sitting at the table, each thinking of the story differently, as teller and listener always must. In the mind of each, different images swirl up and fall away, and each holds on to a different part of the story, thinking it the most important. And if each were to speak what it meant, they would say things so different you would not know it wa sthe same story they were speaking of."
Author: Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
7. "In 'Tarahumara' land, there was no crime, war or theft. There was no corruption, obesity, drug addiction, greed, wife-beating, child abuse, heart disease, high blood pressure, or carbon emissions. They didn't get diabetes, or depressed, or even old: 50-year-olds outran teenagers."
Author: Christopher McDougall
8. "To the tarahumara, asking direct questions is a show of force, a demand for a possession inside their head."
Author: Christopher McDougall
9. "It was a lone tree burning on the desert. A heraldic tree that the passing storm had left afire. The solitary pilgrim drawn up before it had traveled far to be here and he knelt in the hot sand and held his numbed hands out while all about in that circle attended companies of lesser auxiliaries routed forth into the inordinate day, small owls that crouched silently and stood from foot to foot and tarantulas and solpugas and vinegarroons and the vicious mygale spiders and beaded lizards with mouths black as a chowdog's, deadly to man, and the little desert basilisks that jet blood from their eyes and the small sandvipers like seemly gods, silent and the same, in Jeda, in Babylon. A constellation of ignited eyes that edged the ring of light all bound in a precarious truce before this torch whose brightness had set back the stars in their sockets."
Author: Cormac McCarthy
10. "Moriori might have endured, however, were it not for reports arriving in New Zealand depicting the Chathams as a veritable Canaan of eel-stuffed lagoons, shellfish-carpeted coves & inhabitants who understand neither combat nor weapons. To the ears of the Ngati Tama & Ngati Mutunga, two clans of the Taranaki Te Ati Awa Maori"
Author: David Mitchell
11. "But it's okay, it's fine, because Tara is saying let's go and dance before it wears off, so they all go and stand in the railway arches in a loose group facing the DJ and the lights, and they dance for a while in the dry ice, grinning and nodding and exchanging that strange puckered frown, eyebrows knitted, but the nodding and grinning are less from elation now, more from a need for reassurance that they're still having fun, that it isn't all about to end. Dexter wonders if he should take his shirt off, that sometimes helps, but the moment has passed. Someone nearby shouts ‘tune' half-heartedly, but no-one's convinced, there are no tunes. The enemy, self-consciousness, is creeping up on them and Gibbsy or Biggsy is the first to crack, declaring that the music is shit and everyone stops dancing immediately as if a spell has been broken."
Author: David Nicholls
12. "Telah aku sisihkan namamusecara sembunyi di antara kelopakdan sari bunga lilas musim semiada yang jatuh di hijau rumputbeberapa masih bergayut di tangkai"
Author: Desi Puspitasari
13. "Tarantula"
Author: Edgar Allan Poe
14. "O que é sensível tem de morrer pelo fogo, qual borboleta frágil da noite. E é por isso, diz Erika Kohut, que estes dois seres doentes à mais alta escala, isto é, Schumann e Schubert, irmanados pela partilha do mesmo prefixo, são os que têm um lugar mais próximo do meu coração dilacerado. Não o Schumann a quem já todos os pensamentos desertaram, mas o Schumann, mesmo mesmo antes disso ter acontecido! Uma unha negra antes disso! Ele já adivinha a deserção do seu espírito, já sofre com isso até aos seus vasos mais capilares, despede-se já da sua vida consciente, embrenhando-se pelos coros dos anjos e dos demónios, segura-se, porém, mais uma última vez, não mais possuidor da sua total consciência. Ainda um perscrutar nostálgico mais, o luto pela perda do bem mais precioso: ele próprio. A fase em que ainda se sabe o que em si próprio se perde, antes de renunciar por completo."
Author: Elfriede Jelinek
15. "Bulgarians eat tarator every single day in summer. They think of it as salad although we'd call it a soup. You can make it as thick or thin as you like depending on how much water you add. It's very practical in summer because yogurt cools the body faster than water, but the water hydrates you."
Author: Elizabeth Kostova
16. "Aku ingin tetap berada di udara jika hidup adalah sebuah koin yang dilempar ke udara dan menjadikan kita sebagai salah satu sisi dari dua mata koin itu. Aku ingin berada di dunia antara, abu-abu, dunia fusi sinergis yang harmonis."
Author: Fahd Djibran
17. "Os deuses me rejeitaram, mas eu me reivindiquei das próprias garras tentaculares do cataclisma, eu então os destruí e assumi o poder das escrituras."
Author: Filipe Russo
18. "Miss Tarabotti was not one of life's milk-water misses--in fact, quite the opposite. Many a gentleman had likened his first meeting with her to downing a very strong cognac when one was expecting to imbibe fruit juice--that is to say, startling and apt to leave one with a distinct burning sensation."
Author: Gail Carriger
19. "Zakaria (editor news week) pun lebih suka menunda demokrasi. Ia mendahulukan perbaikan taraf ekonomi, sampai tumbuh kelas menengah yang bebas dari negara, sampai tercapai pendapatan per kapita tertentu"
Author: Goenawan Mohamad
20. "Bir kimse ariyorsa, gözü aradigi seyden baskasini görmez çokluk, bir türlü bulmasini beceremez, disaridan hiçbir seyi alip kendi içine aktaramaz, çünkü akli fikri aradigi seydedir hep, çünkü bir amaci vardir, çünkü bu amacin büyüsüne kapilmistir. Aramak, bir amaci olmak demektir. bulmaksa özgür olmak, disa açik bulunmak, hiçbir amaci olmamak. Sen ey saygideger kisi, belki gerçekten arayan birisin, çünkü amacinin pesinde kostugundan hemen gözünün önündeki bazi seyleri görmüyorsun."
Author: Hermann Hesse
21. "We are defined by what we believe in. Identity is shaped by what we believe is right. Culture is cultured, pun intended; by what we believe is right.'Kita diertikan dengan apa yang kita percaya sebagai benda betul. Dan budaya serta nilai itu sendiri, memang dibentuk dengan benda yang sama juga, apa yang kita percaya sebagai benda yang betul baik. Cuma yang membezakan antara manusia tu ialah apa yang difahami sebagai benda yang betul dan benda yang baik.Contoh, 'Westerners' percaya minum wain merah baik untuk kesihatan jantung. Tapi kalau untuk orang Islam, sah la benda tu haram.Contoh lain, 'Englishmen are all about tea, and Americans are all about coffee."
Author: Hlovate
22. "Haz decisiones basada en tu conciencia porque al final del dia tu sola eres la que enfrentaras tus demonios.Make decisions based on your conscience because at the end of the day you're the one that will face your demons"
Author: Isabel Ramos
23. "Aku! Buku-buku! Dan kepintaran! Ada banyak hal penting lainnya—persahabatan dan keberanian. (Hermione Granger)"
Author: J.K. Rowling
24. "Her nitelik zaman zaman anlik kosullar tarafindan degerinin ilerisine tasinir."
Author: Jane Austen
25. "Si valiera la pena enfadarse por algo, también existiría algo por lo que alegrarse. Si mereciera la pena alegrarse por algo, existiría algo que importara"
Author: Janne Teller
26. "Ne kadar talihlisiniz! Söylenen dogruysa yolculuklar en iyi okuldur. Siz de böyle mi düsünüyorsunuz efendim?"Anlamsiz bir hareket yapiyorum. Iyi ki sözünü bitirmedi."Kim bilir ne kadar sasirir insan. Bir yolculuga çikabilseydim, döndügümde ne kadar degistimi anlamak için yola çikmadan önce, kisiligimin en ince ayrintilarini not ederdim. Bazi gezginlerin, yolculuktan döndükten sonra, yakinlari tarafindan taninmayacak kadar, hem ruhça, hem de vücutça degismis olduklarini okumustum."
Author: Jean Paul Sartre
27. "Elizabeth Bachinsky, Darren Bifford, Jason Camelot, Rachel Cyr, Tara Flanagan, Lilly Fiorentino, John Goldbach, David McGimpsey, Evan Munday, Sachiko Murakami, Ian Orti, Marisa Grizenko, Christina Palassio, Mike Spry, Darren Wershler."
Author: Jon Paul Fiorentino
28. "You take a straight tip from the stable, Cokey, if you must hate, hate the government or the people or the sea or men, but don't hate an individual person. Who's done you a real injury. Next thing you know he'll be getting into your beer like prussic acid; and blotting out your eyes like a cataract and screaming in your ears like a brain tumour and boiling round your heart like melted lead and ramping though your guts like a cancer. And a nice fool you'd look if he knew. It would make him laugh till his teeth dropped out; from old age."
Author: Joyce Cary
29. "Quando os olhos se ataram em segundos infindáveis, calou-se completamente e aceitou o desafio numa batalha de olhares sustentados, na qual nenhum deles queria levantar a bandeira branca. No mesmo instante, em que a luta, em si era devorada pela brevidade."
Author: Juliano Ramos De Oliveira
30. "Hubo un tiempo cuando imaginabas que podías ser quien te propusieras. Que podías conseguir que el chico adecuado te amara y te rescatara de tu destino. Que podías engañar a todos y olvidarte de tu pasado.Cuánto te esforzaste por conseguir todo lo que querías.Con qué crueldad el destino, al final, te traicionó."
Author: Lauren Kate
31. "Surely you can entrust your task to your friends." "No," said Taran, after a long pause, "I have taken it on myself through my own choice.""If that is so," answered Medwyn, "then you can give it up through your own choice."
Author: Lloyd Alexander
32. "Go back' Taran shouted at the top of his voice.'Have you lost your wits?'Eilonwy, for it was she, half-halted. She had tucked her plaited hair under a leather helmet. The Princess of Llyr smiled cheerfully at him. 'I understand you're upset,' she shouted back, 'but that's no cause to be rude.' She galloped on.For a time, Taran could not believe he had really seen her."
Author: Lloyd Alexander
33. "Ama saygisiz nankörlük genç insanlarin zirhidir.O olmasa nasil kalirlar hayatta,nasil ilerlerler ? Yasli insanlar gençlerin iyiligini ister ama kötülügünü de ister : Onlari tüketmek,canliliklarini içlerine çekmek isterler,böylece kendileri ölümsüzlüge erissin diye.O hasinligin kabaligin ve hafif mesrepligin koruyucu zirhi olmasa,çocuklar geçmisin yükü altinda ezilirler,baskalarinin geçmisinin yükü altinda,kendi sirtlarina yüklenen.Bencillik onlari kurtaran bir lütuftur."
Author: Margaret Atwood
34. "Levätessään siinä pää painettuna Mammyn rintaa vasten Scarlett hätkähti näitä kahta sanaa: raskas taakka. Nämä samat sanat olivat surisseet hänen aivoissaan yhtä mittaa koko iltapäivän. Nyt hän muisti koko laulun, ja se painoi hänen mielensä yhä murheellisemmaksi.Vielä muutaman päivän kun jaksamme taakkaa kantaa / tuosta viis vaikk'ei koskaan se kevenisikään! / Vielä muutaman päivän kun astumme maantien santaa -"Tuosta viis vaikk'ei koskaan se kevenisikään", sanat toistuivat hänen väsyneessä mielessään. Eikö hänen kuormansa milloinkaan keventyisi? Eikö kotiin Taraan tuleminen merkinnytkään suloista helpotusta, vaan yhä uusia taakkoja kannettavaksi?"
Author: Margaret Mitchell
35. "I like the way Quentin Tarantino creates a scene using a series of close-ups or showing very cool images of a person or people walking on some ordinary street in slow motion. I wish I could achieve that kind of slow-motion effect in manga, but it's rather difficult to draw; the only things we can play with are tones of black and white."
Author: Masashi Kishimoto
36. "I have a lot of mice, I have a kitten named 'Girr,' I have an iguana named 'Invader Zim,' I have some fish, a whole buncha water snails, and a tarantula named 'Sweet Pea.'"
Author: Matthew Underwood
37. "Because I've made a film with such an amazing director as Tarantino, I'm much more conscious of working with good directors from now on, so that's what's important to me. I don't really care about making a big movie - I just want to make good ones."
Author: Melanie Laurent
38. "Não sei se tenho mais felicidade que tu: possuo uma casa para onde regressar. Tenho os meus pais, tenho os círculos onde me confirmo igual àquilo que os outros esperam de mim. Os que me amam aceitaram que eu tivesse partido. Mas exigem que volte a mesma, reconhecível, como se a viagem fosse um caso passageiro."
Author: Mia Couto
39. "Bu ölümse Lonca Avcisi o zaman seninle öteki tarafta görüsecegiz. sy.432"
Author: Nalini Singh
40. "Ostara, if one dies while in these othere states of consciousness, one dies indeed. this begs the question, are dreams truly only ever dreams?"
Author: Nancy Holder
41. "Ilmu itu tumpang menumpang, murid menumpang ilmu guru, guru juga turut menumpang kebijaksanaan muridnya. Itulah dia 'taawun' iaitu saling mengambil manfaat antara satu sama lain."
Author: Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat
42. "Zavalli insanlarimiz -kendimi de içlerine katarak- diye üzüldüm. Bütün meseleleri birbirine karistiriyorduk. Hele ben, en Batili müzikçiler arasinda onlardanmisim gibi yaptiktan sonra, kirmizi mini etekli kadinin dansini seyrederek raki içiyordum susuz. Fakat meselelerimizde ne kadar zavalliydi. Kara suratli halk türkücüsü ne kadar zavalliydi. Hatta bu zavallilik ortaya çikmasin diye, onunla yakinlik kurmak bile istemistim: Kadin dansederken, çay fincanimi ona dogru kaldirarak, içelim kardes gibi beni simdi bile bunaltan bir takim sözler söylemeye çalismistim."
Author: Oğuz Atay
43. "Yatagina uzandi, ülkesini ve çocuklari düsündü. Bu ülkede çocuklara yer yok. Baska ülkelerde varmis, her tarafi yesil ülkelerde. Biz, büyük bir sabirsizlikla çocuklarin büyümelerini bekliyoruz. Onlarin kafalarina vuruyoruz, adam olmalari için. Seniyezitseni olarak görüyoruz onlari. Kafalarini tiras ediyoruz çabuk büyüsünler diye. "Benim içimdeki çocuk büyümedi. ( Yirmiüçnisanda onu da bir saatlik basbakan yapsalardi belki büyürdü. Hayir, büyümezdi!) Yillardir tasiyorum içimdeki çocugu; yasamadigi için büyümedi hiç, amcasi. Ögretmenim! Efendim? Ben evlendim."
Author: Oğuz Atay
44. "Çok yanilmiyordu. Hedefine vasil olan hiçbir temayül yasamaz. Arzu ile gaye arasinda ümid verici bir mesafe olmadikça arzunun yasamasi imkansizdir.Ihtiraslar da böyledir. Ask da hedefinden az çok uzak bulunursa canlidir. Firari ve sayyal bir hedef karsisinda her ihtiras kudurur. Bunun için iki taraftan biri kaçar ve öteki tarafin ihtirasini tahrik eder. Ihtiras kovalayan tarafta vardir. Kaçan lakayttir. Bunun için sevismek yoktur. Iki insan, muhtelif anlarda, birbirlerini sevebilirler; fakat bu an birlesir ve iki taraf, birbirlerini ayni zaman içinde sever ve sevdiklerini hissederlerse, ikisinde de ihtiras derhal mahvolur ve ask hadisesi biter. Her sevdanin sonu böyledir. Garip netice: Sevismek askin ziddidir."
Author: Peyami Safa
45. "Waktu berjalan ke Barat di waktu pagi hari matahari mengikutiku di belakang.Aku berjalan mengikuti bayang-bayangku sendiri yang memanjang di depan.Aku dan matahari tidak bertengkar tentang siapa di antara kami yang telah menciptakan bayang-bayang,aku dan bayang-bayang tidak bertengkar tentang siapa di antara kami yang harus berjalan di depan."
Author: Sapardi Djoko Damono
46. "Biyoloji tarafindan destekelnen kuramsal kabuller temelinde, organik hayati cansiz duruma geri döndürme görevi verilen bir ‘ölüm güdüsü' varsayimi ileri sürmüstük, öte yandan Eros; hayati, parçaciklara bölünmüs canli maddeyi karmasiklastirmak ve durmaksizin bir araya getirmek, bu arada, tabii ki onu korumak hedefine yönelir. Her iki güdü de yasamin ortaya çikmasiyla bozulmus bir durumun yeniden olusturulmasina çalisirken, kelimenin en dar anlamiyla tutucu davranirlar. O halde yasamin ortaya çikisi, yasamayi sürdürmenin ve ayni zamanda ölüme yönelen çabanin sebebi olmaktaydi; yasamin kendisi de bu iki çaba arasindaki mücadele ve uzlasma idi. Böylece yasamin kökenine iliskin soru kozmolojik bir soru olarak kalirken, hayatin hedefi ve amaci sorunu ikili bir sekilde yanitlanmis oluyor."Sigmund Freud, ‘Ben ve O', sayfa 72"
Author: Sigmund Freud
47. "The enemy is typically depicted as a dangerous octopus, a vicious dragon, a multiheaded hydra, a giant venomous tarantula, or an engulfing Leviathan. Other frequently used symbols include vicious predatory felines or birds, monstrous sharks, and ominous snakes, particularly vipers and boa constrictors. Scenes depicting strangulation or crushing, ominous whirlpools, and treacherous quicksands also abound in pictures from the time of wars, revolutions, and political crises. The juxtaposition of paintings from non-ordinary states of consciousness that depict perinatal experiences with the historical pictorial documentation collected by Lloyd de Mause and Sam Keen offer strong evidence for the perinatal roots of human violence."
Author: Stanislav Grof
48. "Aku bertanya, tetapi pertanyaanku membentur jidat penyair – penyair salon yang bersajak tentang anggur dan rembulan, sementara ketidakadilan terjadi disampingnya. Dan delapan juta kanak – kanak tanpa pendidikantermangu – mangu di kaki dewi kesenian."
Author: W.S. Rendra
49. "Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks! Rage! Blow! You cataracts and hurricanoes, spout Till you have drenched our teeples, drowned the cocks! You sulphurour and thought-executing fires, Vaunt-couriers to oak-cleaving thunderbolts, Singe my white head! And thou, all-shaking thunder, Strike flat the thick rotundity o' the world! Crack nature's molds, all germens spill at once That make ingrateful man!"
Author: William Shakespeare
50. "Saat kita sudah lebih dewasa, saat ambisi dan harga diri tidak ada lagi di antara kita, apakah kita bisa kembali bersama?"
Author: Windry Ramadhina

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