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1. "Secondo me la religione si basa, essenzialmente, sulla paura. In parte è il terroredell'ignoto, in parte, come ho già detto, il bisogno istintivo di immaginare qualcunoche ci aiuti e ci protegga nei pericoli: suppergiù una specie di fratello maggiore. Inprincipio, dunque, fu la paura: paura dell'occulto, paura dell'insuccesso, paura dellamorte. La paura porta alla crudeltà, ed è per questo che crudeltà e religione stannobene insieme. Oggi, tanti fenomeni non sono più misteriosi grazie alla scienza, che siè opposta alla religione cristiana, alle Chiese, e a tutti i princìpi anacronistici. Lascienza può aiutare l'umanità a superare questa vile paura, nella quale ha vissuto pertante generazioni. Con l'aiuto della scienza e del nostro cuore, impareremo a noncercare aiuti immaginari, a non inventare alleati in Cielo, ma piuttosto a valerci dellenostre forze per rendere questo mondo più piacevole e diverso da quello che èdivenuto, in questi secoli, sotto l'influsso delle Chiese."
Author: Bertrand Russell
2. "I love you more with each passing moment, Antanasia – and this is just the beginning." - Lucius Valeriu Valdescu"
Author: Beth Fantaskey
3. "Eu chorei para valer, sem tentar bancar o durão, segurando aquelas folhas que se molhavam com minhas lágrimas, as letras ficando borradas. Palavras que me fizeram conhecer a forma mais louvável de amor: aquele que se dá a quem dele tanto necessita, bem no instante desesperado da necessidade."
Author: Camilo Gomes Jr.
4. "At almost every meeting since then, Big Bob has made me cry. I never went back to the doctor. I never chewed the valerian root.This was freedom. Losing all hope was freedom. If I didn't say anything, people in a group assumed the worst. They cried harder, I cried harder. Look up into the stars and you're gone.Walking home after a support group, I felt more alive than I'd ever felt. I wasn't host to cancer or blood parasites; I was the little warm center that the life of the world crowded around."
Author: Chuck Palahniuk
5. "Foot by agonizing foot Valerius allowed the line to be pushed back. The pressure on his shield was growing unbearable, the scything blows of the British swords threatening to smash even the scutum's sturdy structure. Beside him, Lunaris snarled and sweated, cursing his inability to fight back.Every step they retreated allowed more of Boudicca's warriors to pour over the wall. The soldiers of any other army would have broken. But these were Romans. Roman legionaries. They knew how to fight like no other. And they knew how to die."
Author: Douglas Jackson
6. "He stopped at the gate on his way back to the temple, where Gracilis, the Twentieth's hard-case wolf hunter from the Campanian mountains, was supervising the strengthening of the defences.‘Take some men and tear down the huts along the west wall. And while you're at it, clear everything for a javelin throw in front of this gate. I want a killing ground from there to about there.'Gracilis grinned and saluted. Like all legionaries, the only thing he liked better than fighting and drinking was destroying someone else's property. ‘Should we burn them, sir?' he said hopefully. Valerius shook his head. No point in creating smoke to warn the enemy. ‘Just break them up and add them to the barriers."
Author: Douglas Jackson
7. "I love you Alex. I don‘t think I‘ll ever get tired of hearing you say that sweetheart. He lifted himself on his elbow and kissed her. I love you too. Forever. Valerie still could't believe the impossibility of this night. If she woke up in her bed and this all had been a dream she was going to kill someone."
Author: Elizabeth Reyes
8. "But see you, we should travel by night. Dark times for dark business, as they says. No sun to bother Valeriana or you, Kaylana's surely no' disadvantaged, and I know I work better in darkness. Anybody looking for us will have a harder time of it. Besides, marching in daylight is for the heroes. If we're going to do this, we may as well go all out."
Author: Eve Forward
9. "Faço valer a pena, o que quer que seja."
Author: Filipe Russo
10. "Se la vita non valeva nulla, quanto poteva valere la morte?"
Author: George R.R. Martin
11. "Lo que tienes que hacer es ser tan valerosa como una heroína cinematográfica, sin sucumbir a la bebida o la auto-compasión, y al final todo irá bien."
Author: Helen Fielding
12. "Manlius ... took care in his invitations, actively sought to exclude from his circle crude and vulgar men like Caius Valerius. But they were all around; it was Manlius who lived in a dream world, and his bubble of civility was becoming smaller and smaller. Caius Valerius, powerful member of a powerful family, had never even heard of Plato. A hundred, even fifty years before, such an absurdity would have been inconceivable. Now it was surprising if such a man did know anything of philosophy, and even if it was explained, he would not wish to understand."
Author: Iain Pears
13. "Sandalias. Al maestro sufi Ghulam-Shah se le preguntó qué patrón utilizaba al formular sus cursos para discípulos. Dijo: "Descalzo hasta que puedas obtener sandalias, sandalias hasta que puedas valerte de botas"."
Author: Idries Shah
14. "Si vous voulez vraiment le savoir, j'aurais préféré ne jamais être né. La vie, je trouve ca bien fatigant. Bien sur, à présent la chose est faite, et je ne peux rien y changer. Mais il y a toujours au fond de moi ce regret, que je n'ariverai pas à chasser complètement, et qui gâchera tout. Maintenant, il s'agit de vieillir vite, d'avaler les années le plus vite possible, sans regarder à gauche ni à droitPréface de "La fièvre"
Author: J.M.G. Le Clézio
15. "It's okay for someone to let you win sometimes, you know,' he said, getting all serious. 'We don't always have to be the losers, Valerie. They may want to make us feel that way, but we're not. Sometimes we get to win, too."
Author: Jennifer Brown
16. "In the kitchen Valeria was making breakfast, his aunt never made breakfast even though Carlo insisted for years that a hotel hoping to cater to French and Americans must offer breakfast. "It's a lazy man's meal.", she always said. "What laggard expects to eat before doing any work?"
Author: Jess Walter
17. "I actually never auditioned for 'Full House.' I had done a guest appearance on 'Valerie' as the next door neighbor's niece, and from that I got into 'Full House.' I was only five years old, and I was on the show until I was 13."
Author: Jodie Sweetin
18. "Se não houvesse tristeza nem miséria, se em todo o lugar corressem águas sobre as pedras, se cantassem aves, a vida podia ser apenas estar sentado na erva, segurar um malmequer e não lhe arrancar as pétalas, por serem já sabidas as respostas, ou por serem estas de tão pouca importância, que descobri-las não valeria a vida duma flor."
Author: José Saramago
19. "Valerie Jennings had clearly searched deep within her wardrobe for something suitably flattering, only to retrieve a frock of utter indifference to fashion. There had been an attempt to tame her hair, which seemed to have been abandoned, and the fuzzy results were clipped to the back of her head."You look nice," said Hebe Jones."
Author: Julia Stuart
20. "On the outside of the bedroom door there was a plaque that said Valerie. On the way up, Jackson noticed that other bedrooms also had names - Eleanor, Lucy, Anna, Charlotte.Jackson wondered how you decided on a name for a room. Or a doll. Or a child, for that matter. The naming of dogs seemed even more perplexing."
Author: Kate Atkinson
21. "Sosie wasn't sure how to answer. Since she could remember, she'd had crushes on both girls and guys. They were person-specific infatuations - Brian Levithan's wicked sense of humour was every bit as sexy as Valerie Martnez's sweet smile and amazing krunk routines. It seemed odd to Sosie that she had to make some hard-and-fast decision about such an arbitrary, individual thing as attraction, like having to declare an orientation major: I am straight with a minor in gay."
Author: Libba Bray
22. "Valeria," the mayor's wife asked. "Are you all right this morning? My husband has been asking about you.""Yes, desire. Quite. Don't you look lovely today."
Author: Marc Fitten
23. "No lejos de ese punto está el jardín reservado en que crecen como flores desconocidas los sopores, tan diferentes entre sí –sopor del estramonio, del cáñamo índico, de los múltiples extractos del éter, sopor de la belladona, del opio, de la valeriana, flores que permanecen cerradas hasta el día en que el desconocido predestinado venga a tocarlas, a hacerlas abrirse y exhalar durante largas horas el aroma de sus sueños particulares, en un ser maravillado y sorprendido."
Author: Marcel Proust
24. "La historia es una forma de hacer valer la comunidad imaginada. Los nacionalistas, por poner un ejemplo, aseguran que la nación siempre ha existido en esa zona convenientemente vaga de la "niebla del tiempo"(...)En realidad, examinando cualquier grupo vemos que su identidad es un proceso y no algo fijo. Los grupos se definen y redefinen a sí mismos a lo largo del tiempo y como respueta a procesos internos, un despertar religios quizá, o a presiones externas. Si uno está oprimido y victimizado(...) esa situación se convierte en parte de la imagen que uno tiene de sí mismo. Y a veces incluso conduce a una competencia bastante indecorosa por el victimismo."
Author: Margaret MacMillan
25. "He wasn't sure exactly which day, but what's noteworthy about that is that is also before Valerie Plame is first identified in the Robert Novak piece that ran on Monday, July 14."
Author: Michael Isikoff
26. "Potentially significant, by the way, because we don't know exactly what's in Matt Cooper's notes, and we don't know - and we don't still know the answer to the crucial question of whether it was Rove or somebody else that revealed Valerie Plame's name to him."
Author: Michael Isikoff
27. "I continued to wonder what exactly I had done to deserve a woman like Valerie. Nothing, probably. I observe the world as it unfurls, I thought; proceeding empirically, in good faith, I observe it; I can do no more than observe."
Author: Michel Houellebecq
28. "I'm Valerie Rye,' she said, savoring the words. 'It's all right for you to talk to me."
Author: Octavia E. Butler
29. "Se o candidato for um cavalheiro, saberá o suficiente, e se não for um cavalheiro, por mais que saiba de nada lhe valerá."
Author: Oscar Wilde
30. "Pulled out my Valery Gergiev trump card and said I would have to call him about getting another hotel. There are many ways in which a soprano relies upon the guidance of a conductor, and not all of them are confined to the stage. As a result of dropping the most powerful name in Russian music today, I got a window and a view."
Author: Renee Fleming
31. "¿Acaso no es tremendamente cómodo creer en alguien? Uno se puede dejar arrastrar por la fe sin el menor esfuerzo. Uno puede ser la deshonra en persona y creer firme y piadosamente en cualquier hombre bueno y valeroso. Uno puede comer chocolate y seguir creyendo sin el menor apuro en una gran persona que acaso no tiene qué llevarse a la boca. Y es que creer no cuesta nada. Creyendo y haciendo profesión de fe se perjudica por lo menos tanto como se ayuda. (...) Quien cree realmente hasta el punto de tener que luchar consigo mismo deja de hablar de ello, no dice una sola palabra al respecto, sino que se limita a creer, a sufrir y a creer."
Author: Robert Walser
32. "But tonight, because Rome had fallen and Felix was dead, because of Valerius's shame, the empty hut seemed horribly lonely, and there was a small aching need in him for somebody to notice, even if they were not glad, that he had come home."
Author: Rosemary Sutcliff
33. "Estragon:-¿Cuál es nuestro papel en este asunto?Vladimir:-¿Nuestro papel?Estragon:-Tómate tiempo.Vladimir:-¿Nuestro papel? El del suplicante.Estragon:-¿Hasta este extremo?Vladimir: ¿El señor tiene exigencias que hacer valer?Estragon:-¿Ya no tenemos derechos?(Risa de Vladimir, quien se reprime como antes. Mismos gestos, salvo la sonrisa)Vladimir:-Me harías reír si me estuviera permitido.Estragon:-¿Los hemos perdido?Vladimir (con claridad):-Los hemos vendido."
Author: Samuel Beckett
34. "You, psycho-ass, and Talon, I'll cover, but not him. (Nick)Psycho-ass? Hmm, I like that. (Zarek)Nick– (Acheron)It's all right, Greek. I would rather die than have his plebeian help anyway. (Valerius)Make that three votes, then. I would rather he died, too. Now all together, let's vote this asshole off the island. (Zarek)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
35. "Where are you anyway? (Acheron)I don't know. I hear some godawful kind of music from outside, horns blaring, and I'm in a house with a Mohawk cuckoo bird, a transvestite, and a knife-wielding lunatic. (Valerius)Why are you at Tabitha's? (Acheron)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
36. "I'm sorry. (Valerius) It's okay. We all have scars. I'm just lucky most of mine are on the outside. (Tabitha)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
37. "Val- I'm on Bourbon– (Acheron)I will not venture down that street of crass iniquities and plebeian horror, Acheron. It is the cesspit of humanity. (Valerius)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
38. "Life is serious. (Valerius) No, life is an adventure. It's thrilling and scary. Sometimes it's even a bit boring, but it should never be serious. (Tabitha)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
39. "I'm not human, Ms. Deveraux. In case you haven't noticed, I'm one of the damned. (Valerius) Baby, open your eyes and look around. We're all damned in one way or another. But damned is a far cry from dead. And you live like you're dead. (Tabitha) I'm that, too. (Valerius)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
40. "When one was an immortal, the freshness of life had a way of dying even more quickly than one's body had. As the centruies blended together, it was easy to forget the human side of oneself. To remember why humanity needed saving.It was hard to remember how to laugh. Then again, laguther and Valerius were virtual strangers. Until Tabitha, he'd never really shared a laugh with anyone."
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
41. "Come, my Lady Dangerous, your Daimons await. (Valerius)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
42. "Just how many sisters do you have? (Valerius)Eight. (Tabitha)Eight? (Valerius)What? (Tabitha)I'm just pitying whatever poor males lived in that house with all of you. It must have been truly frightening at least one week out of every month. (Valerius)Was that a joke? (Tabitha)Merely a frightening statement of fact. (Valerius)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
43. "You should be beaten for that. (Valerius)Try beating me, you sorry piece of shit, and I'll force-feed you that black heart of yours. (Zarek)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
44. "The innocent should never have to suffer from the battles of others. (Valerius)I know, but it seems to always be the case. (Acheron)A furore infra, libera nos - spare us from the fury within. (Valerius)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
45. "Paul Valery speaks of the 'une ligne donnee' of a poem. One line is given to the poet by God or by nature, the rest he has to discover for himself."
Author: Stephen Spender
46. "Valerik spit to one side. "We laugh at religion's brand of love, forms and rules that keep the poor feeding from the church's coffers. It is in deed." "I agree. That kind of love is porcelain-coated balls of dung.But what of true affection?..."
Author: Ted Dekker
47. "The law proposed by Valerius forbade that anyone who had appealed should be scourged with rods or beheaded, but if the law was disregarded on either point it did no more than term it 'a wicked deed'. Such was the sense of shame amongst men at that time that this, I suppose, was thought to impose a legal sanction which would be sufficiently binding. Today hardly anyone would seriously utter such a threat."
Author: Titus Livy
48. "Audio of interview -"No I haven't been in a ceremony but I've seen the marks on them, I've seen the terror they're in and I've seen how they were before such events happened and how they are when they speak about it, how consistent they are in other things they say, so that there has been no reason from a psychological point of view to doubt their capacity to give good evidence, but its the police who need to find the proper corroboration."- Dr Valerie Sinason, Clinic for Dissociative Studies, London - talks about Private Eye magazine's suggestion that she "invented" the story published in the Express and that no abuse existed"
Author: Valerie Sinason
49. "Miracle Max: Have fun stormin' da castle. Valerie: Think it'll work? Miracle Max: It would take a miracle."
Author: William Goldman
50. "Para valer la pena, una vida debe ser digna de contarse, me digo cada vez que me va mal, porque ya sé que los destinos torcidos se parecen a la rueda de la fortuna. No importa qué tan arriba o abajo estés, de todos modos vas a dar la vuelta."
Author: Xavier Velasco

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