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1. "Lenin was the first to discover that capitalism 'inevitably' caused war; and he discovered this only when the First World War was already being fought. Of course he was right. Since every great state was capitalist in 1914."
Author: A. J. P. Taylor
2. "If you think squash is a competitive activity, try flower arranging."
Author: Alan Bennett
3. "After being in captivity for so long, I can't begin to describe how wonderful it feels to be home in Canada."
Author: Amanda Lindhout
4. "Lo scrittore è obbligato a guardare sotto ogni pietra. Può e dovrebbe rifiutare alcuni comportamenti o scelte nella sua vita personale. Ma non può fare a meno di contemplare l'intero spettro della condizione umana."
Author: Barbara Hall
5. "What if she let falling in love with him be as natural as gravity?"
Author: Bella Andre
6. "You should get more sun and fresh air. The other day I read in the paper that vitamin D increases our faith in fellow humans."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
7. "If we believe that Jesus of Nazareth is the only begotten Son of God and that He came into this world and went to the cross of Calvary and died for our sins and rose again in order to justify us and to give us life anew and prepare us for heaven-if you really believe that, there is only one inevitable deduction, namely that He is entitled to the whole of our lives, without any limit whatsoever."
Author: D. Martyn Lloyd Jones
8. "In a world of increasing inequality, the legitimacy of institutions that give precedence to the property rights of 'the Haves' over the human rights of 'the Have Nots' is inevitably called into serious question."
Author: David Korten
9. "What is the secret of your serenity?" a student asked Sophia "Wholehearted cooperation with the inevitable," she replied."
Author: David W. Jones
10. "Prkoseci zakonu gravitacije,u njenom oku je blistala malena suza, a onda se ipak otkinula i nestala putujuci kraj nosica.Znam,more je potopilo Atlantidu i krckajuci stijene kao lješnjake išaralo lolkalnu planetu. Brzaci lome turbine,a mutne velike rijeke nakrive šešir,pa potope Kinu i Indiju kao veliki bijes… I nikom ništa!Ali,suza je kraljica! SUZA JE NAJMOCNIJA VODENA SILA!"
Author: Ðorde Balaševic
11. "In my twenties if even a tenth reading of Mallarmé failed to yield up its treasures, the fault was mine, not his. If my eyes swooned shut while I read The Sweet Cheat Gone, Proust's pacing was never called into question, just my intelligence and dedication and sensitivity. And I still entertain these sacralizing preconceptions about high art. I still admire what is difficult, though I now recognize it as a "period" taste and that my generation was the last to give a damn. Though we were atheists, we were, strangely enough, preparing ourselves for God's great Quiz Show; we had to know everything because we were convinced we would be tested on it—in our next life."
Author: Edmund White
12. "We live in an age, in an era where there is so much negativity, there is so much violence in the world, there is so much unrest and people are at war, that I wanted to promote the word love and red signifies love."
Author: Elton John
13. "We'd been twelve years old together. We'd shared the convictions that only twelve year olds can share, that love is simple and powerful and easy and inevitable."
Author: Emily Horner
14. "If there's not drama and negativity in my life, all my songs will be really wack and boring or something."
Author: Eminem
15. "Nowadays people talk about PayPal's founders as prescient geniuses who would inevitably change the world. It was, however, not so obvious that PayPal would taste its first major success by helping people sell Beanie Babies on eBay. But they had a vision, a hope, and the perseverance to try multiple iterations until they got it right."
Author: Eric Ries
16. "Deep, hearty, clean and compassionate laughter is vitamin-tastic fuel for the soul."
Author: Ethel Russell Ajisomo
17. "This idea was also brought out very clearly by Wallace, who emphasized that apparently reasonable activities of man might very well have developed without an actual application of reasoning."
Author: Franz Boas
18. "To life in the consciousness of the inevitability of suffering, of becoming enfeebled, of old age and of death, is impossible -- we must free ourselves from life, from all possible life."
Author: Gautama Buddha
19. "We fight for a vision of the world that is both traditional and Faustian, that allies enrootment and disinstallation, the citizen's freedom and imperial service to the community-as-a-people, passionate creativity and critical reason, an unshakeable loyalty and an adventurous curiosity (WWF 267)"
Author: Guillaume Faye
20. "Change is inevitable. If you don't seek it out, it will seek you out."
Author: J.S.B. Morse
21. "I've never felt influenced by Ernest Hemingway though I suppose there is something inevitable there."
Author: Jim Harrison
22. "A farm includes the passion of the farmer's heart, the interest of the farm's customers, the biological activity in the soil, the pleasantness of the air about the farm -- it's everything touching, emanating from, and supplying that piece of landscape. A farm is virtually a living organism. The tragedy of our time is that cultural philosophies and market realities are squeezing life's vitality out of most farms. And that is why the average farmer is now 60 years old. Serfdom just doesn't attract the best and brightest."
Author: Joel Salatin
23. "Plantie is a very strong Protestant, that is to say, he's against all churches, especially the Protestant: and he thinks a lot of Buddha, Karma and Confucius. He is also a bit of an anarchist and three or four years ago he took up Einstein and vitamins."
Author: Joyce Cary
24. "«Questo è proprio il tuo modo di evitare le cose. Non si può non fare nulla perché si ha paura di restare feriti.»"
Author: Kristin Harmel
25. "Death. It was something I had to think about once. Weird, right? Strange that death was ever an inevitable end, but it wasn't anymore. Not really. I eluded it. Tricked it. It was an odd concept—the world aged, moved forward, yet I . . . didn't."
Author: Laura Kreitzer
26. "For a few seconds they looked silently into each other's eyes, and the distant and impossible suddenly became near, possible, and inevitable."
Author: Leo Tolstoy
27. "Gamache watched the old poet. He knew what was looming behind the Mountain. What crushed all before it. The thing the Hermit most feared. The Mountain most feared.Conscience....Which is why, Gamache knew, it was vital to be aware of actions in the present. Because the present became the past, and the past grew. And got up, and followed you.And found you ...Who wouldn't be afraid of this?"
Author: Louise Penny
28. "Once you have power, you are inevitably surrounded by people who have their own agendas and will tell you whatever advances them."
Author: Margaret Heffernan
29. "Tall, elegant, vital, scornful. A man like that could rock a woman to her very core."
Author: Margaret Way
30. "Oh! I know what I wanted to tell you – you'll never guess who Thomas is chasing after now…"Hmmm, never guess or can't be bothered to guess – it was a hard call. I yawned again, glancing at the bed, which was inviting me to clamber back inside and pull the sheet over my head. So tempting, but not practical."
Author: Melanie Cusick Jones
31. "We approach the house and I wave at Jimmy. "And if he thinks he's eating with us, he's got another thing coming," my dad says.Jimmy approaches us and takes the shopping bags from me, looking inside them."Lamb roast. Am I invited?"
Author: Melina Marchetta
32. "Where war goes on without end, all men are inevitably corrupted by its brutality -- and the worst horrors are visited upon the most innocent."
Author: Michael Ennis
33. "«Sophie, s'exclama à nouveau Bruno, sais-tu ce que Nietzsche a écrit de Shakespeare? "Ce que cet homme a dû souffrir pour éprouver un tel besoin de faire le pitre!..." Shakespeare m'a toujours paru un auteur surfait; mais c'est, en effet, un pitre considérable.» II s'interrompit, prit conscience avec surprise qu'il commençait réellement à souffrir. Les femmes, parfois, étaient tellement gentilles; elles répondaient à l'agressivité par la compréhension, au cynisme par la douceur. Quel homme se serait comporté ainsi?"
Author: Michel Houellebecq
34. "I'm hungry.""So am I." His tone was a lazy invitation. "When are you going to feed me?"
Author: Nalini Singh
35. "Most urgently, women's identity must be premised upon our 'beauty' so that we will remain vulnerable to outside approval, carrying the vital sensitive organ of self-esteem exposed to the air."
Author: Naomi Wolf
36. "I was involved in a bunch of school activities - I was a cheerleader, I was on the chess team, I was vice president of my class."
Author: Olivia Holt
37. "The academic bias against subjectivity not only forces our students to write poorly ("It is believed...," instead of, "I believe..."), it deforms their thinking about themselves and their world. In a single stroke, we delude our students into believing that bad prose turns opinions into facts and we alienate them from their own inner lives."
Author: Parker J. Palmer
38. "There are no vital and significant forms of art; there is only art, and precious little of that."
Author: Raymond Chandler
39. "You can't let fear and indecision sink your creativity—they do not easily release their hold."
Author: Richie Norton
40. "One generation after another falls like honeybees upon this memorable forest, rifle its sweets, pack themselves with vital memories, and when the theft is consummated depart again into life richer, but poorer also. The forest, indeed, they have possessed, from that day forward it is theirs dissolubly, and they will never return to walk in it at night in the fondest of their dreams, and use it forever in their books and pictures."
Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
41. "Inevitably we make a small world in the midst of a big one. For a small world is all we know how to make.'p46"
Author: Rose Tremain
42. "If we believe in an all-powerful God, then we must then believe that God gave us this Earth, and we must in turn believe that God gave us its laws of gravity, of chemistry, of physics. We must also believe that God gave us our human powers of intellect and reason."
Author: Sheldon Whitehouse
43. "Wait your turn, Lion, or I'll be wearing your eyeballs as jewelry. (Savitar)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
44. "Tyhmät ja touhukkaat ihmiset kuvittelevat, että he toimivat ja toimivat ja toimivat. Sen sijaan käy suorastaan tietynlaisten älypäiden tunnusmerkistä se taituruus, jota osoittaen he välttävät toimimisen."
Author: Søren Kierkegaard
45. "Ah ! tu m'as appris à comprendre bien des choses ! le visage d'une jeune fille, d'une femme, est forcément pour un homme un objet extrêmement variable ; le plus souvent, il n'est qu'un miroir, où se reflète tantôt une passion, tantôt un enfantillage, tantôt une lassitude, et il s'efface si vite, comme une image dans une glace, qu'un homme peut sans difficulté oublier le visage d'une femme, d'autant mieux que l'âge y fait alterner l'ombre et la lumière et que des costumes nouveaux l'encadrent différemment."
Author: Stefan Zweig
46. "Objectivity cannot be equated with mental blankness; rather, objectivity resides in recognizing your preferences and then subjecting them to especially harsh scrutiny — and also in a willingness to revise or abandon your theories when the tests fail (as they usually do)."
Author: Stephen Jay Gould
47. "The first job of a leader—at work or at home—is to inspire trust. It's to bring out the best in people by entrusting them with meaningful stewardships, and to create an environment in which high-trust interaction inspires creativity and possibility."
Author: Stephen M.R. Covey
48. "He was pale as only one state on Bhast dictated—not lacking color necessarily or vitality, certainly. Fey white was more comparable to a pearl; the color subtle and the luster soft, but still vibrant. In spite of the tragedy that could come with it, it was not a dying state. It was a state of living…sometimes much more brilliantly than people could cope with, including the Fey individuals themselves."
Author: T.A. Miles
49. "A mere enumeration of government activity is evidence -- often the sole evidence offered -- of "inadequate" nongovernment institutions, whose "inability" to cope with problems "obviously" required state intervention. Government is depicted as acting not in response to its own political incentives and constraints but because it is compelled to do so by concern for the public interest: it "cannot keep its hands off" when so "much is at stake," when emergency "compels" it to supersede other decision making processes. Such a tableau simple ignores the possibility that there are political incentives for the production and distribution of "emergencies" to justify expansions of power as well as to use episodic emergencies as a reason for creating enduring government institutions."
Author: Thomas Sowell
50. "Because the essence of creativity is fucking around; art is that which is done for the hell of it."
Author: Tim Kreider

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