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1. "The need for frequent chemical vacations from intolerable selfhood and repulsive surroundings will undoubtedly remain. What is needed is a new drug which will relieve and console our suffering species without doing more harm in the long run than it does good in the short."
Author: Aldous Huxley
2. "Y cuando llega el mes de abril,y cuando quiero ir al desierto acabo siempre haciendo un nuevo intento por saber de ti. Cuando decido mejorar, cuando me digo "esto no es vivir" me desespero y en este mundo no encuentro alivio, me pareces en lo ajeno, no sabes cuanto te eche de menos."
Author: Alejandro Sanz
3. "-A veces lo que quieres y lo que puedes tener no son la misma cosa.-Lo sé. -Le miró a los ojos durante unos segundos-. Pero entonces es cuando tú peleas con todas tus fuerzas para conseguir que lo sean."
Author: Ángeles Ibirika
4. "Muy pocos seres buscan de verdad el conocimiento en este mundo. Mortales o inmortales, son escasos los que hacen preguntas. Al contrario, casi todos intentan extraer de lo desconocido las respuestas a las que ya han dado forma en sus propias mentes; justificaciones, confirmaciones, formas de consuelo sin las cuales serian incapaces de continuar adelante. Preguntar de verdad es abrir la puerta a un torbellino. La respues puede aniquilar a la vez la pregunta y quien la hace."
Author: Anne Rice
5. "Things are done quickly enough if done well. If just quickly done they can be quickly undone."
Author: Balthasar Gracian
6. "Cuando hablamos de la "ira" del cielo, la "agitación" del mar, la "resistencia" de los diamantes a ser tallados, la "atracción" que ejerce la Tierra sobre un asteroide cercano o la "excitación" de un átomo, de nuevo pensamos en una especie de visión animista del mundo. Estamos atribuyendo existencia real a objetos inertes. Algún nivel primitivo de nuestro pensamiento dota a la Naturaleza inanimada de vida, pasiones y premeditación."
Author: Carl Sagan
7. "Criança Cabecinha boa de menino triste,de menino triste que sofre sozinho,que sozinho sofre, — e resiste,Cabecinha boa de menino ausente,que de sofrer tanto se fez pensativo,e não sabe mais o que sente...Cabecinha boa de menino mudoque não teve nada, que não pediu nada,pelo medo de perder tudo.Cabecinha boa de menino santoque do alto se inclina sobre a água do mundopara mirar seu desencanto.Para ver passar numa onda lenta e friaa estrela perdida da felicidadeque soube que não possuiria."
Author: Cecília Meireles
8. "I enjoy art, architecture, museums, churches and temples; anything that gives me insight into the history and soul of the place I'm in. I can also be a beach bum - I like to laze in the shade of a palm tree with a good book or float in a warm sea at sundown."
Author: Cherie Lunghi
9. "Will they attack us? Yes. Will they smear our backgrounds and distort our records? Undoubtedly. Will they lie about us, harass our families, namecall to try to intimidate us? They will. There's nothing safe about it. But is it worth it? Well, let me ask you. Is freedom worth it? Is America worth it?"
Author: Christine O'Donnell
10. "De acuerdo, tienes razón. No me cae bien, en primer lugar porque no la conozco, así que me resulta más fácil, en segundo lugar porque me esfuerzo por imaginármela lo más asquerosa posible, en tercer lugar porque lo consigo, y en cuarto lugar: pues sí, porque ella me quita lo que me queda de ti, los restos escritos, los vestigios de esperanza. Esperanza de..., de..., ni idea de qué, simplemente esperanza."
Author: Daniel Glattauer
11. "Let's think the unthinkable, let's do the undoable. Let us prepare to grapple with the ineffable itself, and see if we may not eff it after all."
Author: Douglas Adams
12. "Su decisión habia sido permanecer en aguas profundas y tenebrosas, lejos de todas las trampas y cebos y traiciones. Mi decisión fué ir allá a buscarlo, mas allá de toda gente. Mas allá de toda gente en el mundo. Ahora estamos solos uno para el otro y así ha sido desde mediodía. Y nadie que venga a valernos, ni a él ni a mí."
Author: Ernest Hemingway
13. "Generalmente, esa sensación de estar solo en el mundo aparece mezclada con un orgulloso sentimiento de superioridad: desprecio a los hombres, los veo sucios, feos, incapaces, ávidos, groseros, mezquinos; mi soledad no me asusta, es casi olímpica."
Author: Ernesto Sabato
14. "No tempo em que eu tinha amigos, muitas vezes riam de minha mania de escolher sempre os caminhos mais tortuosos: Pergunto-me porque a realidade há de ser simples. A experiência me ensinou que, ao contrário, ela quase nunca é simples, e que quando algo parece extraordinariamente claro, uma ação que aparentemente obedece há uma causa simples, quase sempre há por baixo motivos mais complexos. Um exemplo corriqueiro: as pessoas que dão esmolas. Em geral, considera-se que são mais generosas e melhores do que as que não dão. Permito-me tratar com maior desdém essa teoria simplista. Todo mundo sabe que não se resolve o problema de um mendigo (de um mendigo autêntico) com um peso e um pedaço de pão: resolve-se apenas o problema psicológico do sujeita que compra assim, por quase nada, sua tranquilidade espiritual e seu título de generoso."
Author: Ernesto Sabato
15. "Cuando sientas deseos de criticar a alguien" -fueron sus palabras- "recuerda que no todo el mundo ha tenido las mismas oportunidades que tú tuviste."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
16. "Perdi a esperança no mundo, deixei de acreditar na bondade alheia."
Author: Filipe Russo
17. "Then she told him to look in the bedroom and Aureliano Segundo saw the mule. Its skin was clinging to its bones like that of its mistress, but it was just as alive and resolute as she. Petra Cotes had fed it with her wrath, and when there was no more hay or corn or roots, she had given it shelter in her own bedroom and fed it on the percale sheets, the Persian rugs, the plush bedspreads, the velvet drapes, and the canopy embroidered with gold thread and silk tassels on the episcopal bed."
Author: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
18. "Fue como descubrir que el mundo estaba hecho de telaraña y podía ser fácilmente desgarrado. Estar tan solo a merced del destino."
Author: Gayle Forman
19. "We Lannisters do have a certain pride," said Tyrion Lannister."Pride?" Catelyn snapped. His mocking tone and easy manner made her angry. "Arrogance, some might call it. Arrogance and avarice and lust for power.""My brother is undoubtedly arrogant," Tyrion Lannister replied. "My father is the soul of avarice, and my sweet sister Cersei lusts for power with every waking breath. I, however, am innocent as a little lamb. Shall I bleat for you?" He grinned."
Author: George R.R. Martin
20. "Se sou inumano é porque meu mundo transbordou de suas fronteiras humanas, porque ser humano parece uma coisa pobre, triste, miserável, limitada pelos sentidos, restringida pelas moralidades e pelos códigos, definida pelos lugares-comuns e 'ismos'." (Trópico de Câncer)"
Author: Henry Miller
21. "Una vaga desilusión fue debilitando y esfumando mis sentimientos y mis alegrías habituales; el jardín no tenía perfume, el bosque no me atraía, el mundo se extendía alrededor de mí como un saldo de trastos viejos, insípido y desencantado; los libros eran papel; la música, ruido. No de otro modo pierde sus hojas el árbol otoñal en torno de sí. No lo siente, y la lluvia, la escarcha y el sol resbalaban por su tronco, mientras su vida se retira a lo más íntimo y recóndito. No muere. Espera."
Author: Hermann Hesse
22. "No hizo falta mucho para reducir el castillo de naipes de la civilización. Solo unas pocas ráfagas y pasó, la balanza se inclinó, se rompió el encanto. Los buenos ciudadanos se dieron cuenta de que las líneas que habían dado forma a sus vidas eran imaginarias y se cruzaban con facilidad. Tenían deseos y necesidades y el poder para satisfacerlas, así que lo hicieron. En el momento en que se apagaron las luces, todo el mundo dejó de fingir."
Author: Isaac Marion
23. "And Aragorn the King Elessar wedded Arwen Undomiel in the City of the Kings upon the day of Midsummer, and the tale of their long waiting and labours was come to fulfillment."
Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
24. "O mundo não é uma fábrica de conceder desejos."
Author: John Green
25. "Tenía que tomar la primera decisión. Llevar manga larga siempre, hasta en verano, o pasar de todo y dejar que el mundo las viera. También podía ponerse pulseras. Una docena de pulseras y abalorios."
Author: Jordi Sierra I Fabra
26. "What is the Conscious leap?Conscious leap is a term that refers to a process of change.It specifies a particular point in the process where a change cannot be undone or reversed.The leap is the singularity point ,the point of no return.It will be a fundamental change in everybody's way of living.Not everybody will remain alive during this turbulent phase.Thought of the Day"
Author: Katerina Kostaki
27. "Perhaps this is just punishment for those who have been heartless, to understand only when nothing can be undone."
Author: Khaled Hosseini
28. "Muito comummente, um homem adormecido luta com um mal doloroso do qual se quer livrar e constata, despertando, a existência desse mal no fundo de si mesmo."
Author: Leo Tolstoy
29. "What are you thinking?" he asks.I know Gage hates it when I cry - he is completely undone by the sight of tears - so I blink hard against the sting. "I'm thinking how thankful I am for everything," I say, "even the bad stuff. Every sleepless night, every second of being lonely, every time the car broke down, every wad of gum on my shoe, every late bill and losing lottery ticket and bruise and broken dish and piece of burnt toast."His voice is soft. "Why, darlin'?""Because it all led me here to you."
Author: Lisa Kleypas
30. "É melhor cair das nuvens que de um segundo andar"
Author: Machado De Assis
31. "Quando procuramos no infinitamente grande um ponto infinitamente pequeno, uma fonte de luz por mais afastada que seja, quando esperamos a chegada de um som vindo do fundo do universo há apenas uma coisa de que temos a certeza absoluta: a nossa vontade de descobrir."
Author: Marc Levy
32. "- Miré, sólo unos segundos. Hacía 22 meses que no veía el mundo exterior. -¿Qué aspecto tenía? - Había estrellas. Me quemaron los ojos."
Author: Markus Zusak
33. "Sana'y hindi umiikot ang mundo at tumatanda ang panahon.- Jea"
Author: Martha Cecilia
34. "And that whole do-able/undo-able thing? Yeah. Need I point out that neither Ruth nor I have ever "done" anybody in our lives?"
Author: Meg Cabot
35. "By means of our myths and legends we maintain a sense of what we are worth and who we are. Without them we should undoubtedly go mad."
Author: Michael Moorcock
36. "You say: 'Oh, please forgive'You say: 'Oh, live and let live.'But sorry doesn't help us.Sorry will not save us.Sorry is just a word you find so easy to say (so you say it anyway).Sorry doesn't help us.Sorry won't protect us.Sorry won't undo all the good gone wrong."
Author: Morrissey
37. "We do not always remember the things that do no credit to us. We justify them, cover them in bright lies or with the thick dust of forgetfulness. All of the things that Shadow had done in his life of which he was not proud, all the things he wished he had done otherwise or left undone, came at him then in a swirling storm of guilt and regret and shame, and he had nowhere to hide from them. He was as naked and as open as a corpse on a table, and dark Anubis the jackal god was his prosector and his prosecutor and his persecutor."
Author: Neil Gaiman
38. "Shelter me from the powder and the fingerCover me with the thought that pulled the triggerThink of me as one you'd never figuredWould fade away so youngWith so much left undoneRemember me to my love,I know I'll miss her."
Author: Neil Young
39. "Era uma vez um rapaz. Vivia numa aldeia que já não existe, numa casa que já não existe, na orla de um campo que já não existe, lugar de todas as descobertas e onde tudo era possível. Um pau podia ser uma espada. Uma pedra podia ser um diamante. Uma árvore um castelo.Era uma vez um rapaz que vivia numa casa do outro lado do campo onde vivia uma rapariga que já não existe. Inventavam mil jogos. Ela era a Rainha e ele o Rei. Na luz do Outono, o cabelo dela brilhava como uma coroa. Bebiam o mundo em pequenas mãos-cheias. Quando o céu escurecia, apartavam-se com folhas nos cabelos."
Author: Nicole Krauss
40. "A TODOS, en algún momento, se nos ha revelado nuestra existencia como algo particular, intransferible y precioso. Casi siempre esta revelación se sitúa en la adolescencia. Eldescubrimiento de nosotros mismos se manifiesta como un sabernos solos; entre el mundo y nosotros se abre una impalpable, transparente muralla: la de nuestra conciencia."
Author: Octavio Paz
41. "Neighborhood grocery stores, coal yards, gas stations, cheap taverns, big old rundown houses, a few churches with blank embarrassed faces."
Author: Ross Macdonald
42. "You're a genius!" – Abigail"Ah now, don't be going on like that. I might actually think you like me, and where would we be then?" – Sundown"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
43. "Can we wake him out of it?" – Sundown"Well, you know, cowboy, that's a really good idea. Damn shame I didn't think of it, huh?" – Ren "Cut the sarcasm. And you're sure it's not a vision quest?" – Sundown"For the sake of our long-term friendship, I'm not even going to dignify that with the response it deserves." – Ren"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
44. "Speaking of friends…why did our new coyote buddies run from you?" – Sundown"I'm that badass." – Sasha "Seriously." – Sundown"O ye of little faith. You doubt my rep? My skills?" – Sasha"And your brains." – Sundown"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
45. "En lo que concierne al pasado, todo el mundo escribe ficción."
Author: Stephen King
46. "It was the ultimate cautionary tale, the moral being Don't fall, as if they were made of glass. In a sense they were--their fragility was irrefutable, medically proven--and yet Emily detested the inevitable rundown of accidents and tragedies, the more fortunate clucking their tongues and counting their blessings, all the while knowing it was just a matter of time. She didn't need to be reminded that she was a single misstep from disaster, especially here, without Henry, surrounded by the survivors of an earlier life."
Author: Stewart O'Nan
47. "En el Tibet no hemos creído ni por un momento que el Hombre sea la forma más elevada y más noble de evolución. Creemos que por ahí, en otros mundos, se pueden hallar formas de vida mucho más perfeccionadas, gente incapaz de lanzar bombas atómicas."
Author: T. Lobsang Rampa
48. "(...) era sentir que o seu destino, o seu modo de ser, o seu modo de estar vivo era pintar, habitar o mundo da transfiguração, do sonho que lhe moldava os ossos, as vísceras."
Author: Vergílio Ferreira
49. "Los ideales pertenecen a un mundo que sólo el sabio puede entender"
Author: Veronica Rossi
50. "For if it is rash to walk into a lion's den unarmed, rash to navigate the Atlantic in a rowing boat, rash to stand on one foot on top of St. Paul's, it is still more rash to go home alone with a poet. A poet is Atlantic and lion in one. While one drowns us the other gnaws us. If we survive the teeth, we succumb to the waves. A man who can destroy illusions is both beast and flood. Illusions are to the soul what atmosphere is to the earth. Roll up that tender air and the plant dies, the colour fades. The earth we walk on is a parched cinder. It is marl we tread and fiery cobbles scorch our feet. By the truth we are undone. Life is a dream. ‘Tis waking that kills us. He who robs us of our dreams robs us of our life—(and so on for six pages if you will, but the style is tedious and may well be dropped)."
Author: Virginia Woolf

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Death, of course, is a refuge. It's where you go when a new name, or a mask and cape, can no longer hide you from yourself. It's where you run to when none of the principalities of your conscience will grant you asylum."
Author: Chris Cleave

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