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1. "And yet surely to alchemy this right is due, that it may be compared to the husbandman whereof Aesop makes the fable, that when he died he told his sons that he had left unto them gold buried under the ground in his vineyard: and they digged over the ground, gold they found none, but by reason of their stirring and digging the mould about the roots of their vines, they had a great vintage the year following: so assuredly the search and stir to make gold hath brought to light a great number of good and fruitful inventions and experiments, as well for the disclosing of nature as for the use of man's life."
Author: Aesop
2. "Lo que es preciso subrayar es el aspecto frívolo de la población y de la vida. Pero se pasan los días fácilmente en cuanto se adquieren hábitos, y puesto que nuestra ciudad favorece justamente los hábitos, puede decirse que todo va bien."
Author: Albert Camus
3. "In the visitor's book at Crome Ivor had left, according to his invariable custom in these cases, a poem. He had improvised it magisterially in the ten minutes preceding his departure. Denis and Mr. Scogan strolled back together from the gates of the courtyard, whence they had bidden their last farewells; on the writing-table in the hall they found the visitor's book, open, and Ivor's composition scarcely dry. Mr. Scogan read it aloud:"
Author: Aldous Huxley
4. "And still on a winter's night, they say, when the wind is in the trees, When the moon is a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas, When the road is a gypsy's ribbon looping the purple moor, The highwayman comes riding-- Riding--riding-- The highwayman comes riding, up to the old inn-door. Over the cobbles he clatters and clangs in the dark inn-yard, He taps with his whip on the shutters, but all is locked and barred, He whistles a tune to the window, and who should be waiting there But the landlord's black-eyed daughter-- Bess, the landlord's daughter-- Plaiting a dark red love-knot into her long black hair."
Author: Alfred Noyes
5. "I stumbled out into the courtyard to try to flee my misery, but of course we can never flee the misery that is within us."
Author: Arthur Golden
6. "Kalau Tuhan juga yang harus menyediakan semua aturan untuk memenuhi keperluan masyarakat, maka buat apa Tuhan karuniakan akal pikiran pada manusia, buat apa Tuhan karuniakan kemerdekaan kemauan pada manusia? Cukuplah kalau hanya menurut perintah saja, Tuhan mengaruniakan insting menurut kepada manusia."
Author: Asmara Hadi
7. "When there were no customers, he thought about geometry. He tried to perform the Pythagorean Theorem on the light fixture above him, given his estimate of its circumference, but he failed. He wanted to be good at math. But he just wasn't. He wanted so badly for the math club to accept him, but to them he was a loser. During rush week they battered him blue with yard sticks; they tied him to a table naked and made him prove problems involving half circles before a huge swinging protractor cut him in half; they forced him to continually calculate the remaining volume of the kegs he had to drink, working it out by hand as he was held upside down. After he didn't get in the club, they had started ganging up on him every day, sticking his head in the toilet and stealing his lunch money. Business was slow at the moment, and he thought about ending his life in the kitchen appliance aisle."
Author: Benson Bruno
8. "When they had arranged their blankets the boy lowered the lamp and stepped into the yard and pulled the door shut behind, leaving them in profound and absolute darkness. No one moved. In that cold stable the shutting of the door may have evoked in some hearts other hostels and not of their choosing. The mare sniffed uneasily and the young colt stepped about. Then one by one they began to divest themselves of their outer clothes, the hide slickers and raw wool serapes and vests, and one by one they propagated about themselves a great crackling of sparks and each man was seen to wear a shroud of palest fire. Their arms aloft pulling at their clothes were luminous and each obscure soul was enveloped in audible shapes of light as if it had always been so. The mare at the far end of the stable snorted and shied at this luminosity in beings so endarkened and the little horse turned and hid his face in the web of his dam's flank."
Author: Cormac McCarthy
9. "I absolutely fell in love with Moscow. It's one of those places where you can't help but trip over history at every turn. It's a city of enormous contradictions. Within a few yards of Lenin's Tomb is some of the most expensive shopping in the world."
Author: Daniel Silva
10. "Kini dia berusaha menerjemahkan cinta ke arah yang berbeda. Cinta yang mendahulukan kebahagiaan orang yang dikasihi, bukan cinta yang semata ingin memiliki. Sekalipun untuk itu, dia harus membayarnya dengan kesepian dan rasa kehilangan sepanjang hidupnya."
Author: Dian Nafi
11. "He scraped through the dark sand to the center house, two stories, both pouring bands of light into the fog. There was warmth and gaiety within, through the downstairs window he could see young people gathered around a piano, their singing mocking the forces abroad on this cruel night. She was there, proptected by happiness and song and the good. He was separated from her only by a sand yard and a dark fence, by a lighted window and by her protectors. He stood there until he was trembling with pity and rage. Then he fled, but his flight was slow as the flight in a dream, impeded by the deep sand and the blurring hands of the fog. He fled from the goodness of that home, and his hatred for Laurel throttled his brain. If she had come back to him, he would not be shut out, an outcast in a strange, cold world."
Author: Dorothy B. Hughes
12. "Neno moja kutoka mdomoni mwako linaweza kukuletea madhara makubwa. Fikiria kwanza maana ya kitu unachofikiria (ambacho tayari umekisema kichwani mwako) kabla ya kukisema tena mdomoni mwako. Wenye hekima huzungumza kwa sababu wana kitu cha kuzungumza. Wapumbavu hubwabwaja."
Author: Enock Maregesi
13. "You gonna stand in my backyard and ignore me to my face?"
Author: Frances O'Roark Dowell
14. "Aci ve yeteneksizlik- buydu tüm ötedünyalilari yaratan...Kendi acilarini görmemek ve kendinden geçmek, mest edici bir haz gibidir aci çekene.Benlik der ki Ben'e, ''Aci duy!''Bunun üzerine Ben aci çeker ve acidan nasil kurtulacagini düsünür- ve tam da bu nedenle düsünmesi gereklidir.Ne mi oldu?Kendimi yendim, aci çekeni...Kendi külümü tasidim daglara, daha parlak bir alev buldum kendime.O zaman kaçti hayalet benden."
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
15. "Hardly worth the effort, really," he muttered. "It's a homunculus lock. Only opens when a predefined set of factors is present. Could be it only opens when a redheaded lass sings the national anthem of Atlantis at three o'clock on a Thursday. Or when the light of the setting sun is reflected from a cracked mirror onto a goat's eye. Or when Mr. Grey hawks a bogey onto a purple newt. I've seen some good homunculus factors in my time, yar."
Author: G. Norman Lippert
16. "Bana bir ön yargi verin, dünyayi yerinden oynatayim."
Author: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
17. "Miranda!" "What?" She batted him with her pillow. "Hoyden! Are you drunk?" "I don't think so. I'm not sure. They never gave us wine at Yardley. I feel happy." "Happy?" He grabbed a corner of the pillow as she whacked him again with it. "Stop it!" "You're too serious, Winterley!" She reached for another pillow. "I will beat you until you smile!" He ducked out of his chair with a rakish grin as she swung at him, then tackled her flat on the soft bed, both of them laughing. "You are . . . impossible," he chided with a gentle sigh as he braced his elbows on either side of her head. He traced her cheekbones with the pads of his thumbs. "Difficult, but not impossible." She wrapped her arms around him, relishing the weight of him atop her, the smoothness of his bare chest against her bodice. "It all depends on who's trying." "That sounded distinctly like an invitation," he murmured."
Author: Gaelen Foley
18. "To have some idea what it's like, stand in the outside lane of a motorway, get your mate to drive his car at you at 95 mph and wait until he's 12 yards away, before you decide which way to jump."
Author: Geoffrey Boycott
19. "And Arya, well . . . Ned's visitors would oft mistake her for a stableboy if they rode into the yard unannounced. Arya was a trial, it must besaid. Half a boy and half a wolf pup."
Author: George R.R. Martin
20. "Jules and I were tiny people. We were delicate. We were almost destroyed. We were vulnerable. Like nerds in a school yard of bullies, we could have traded our stamps and cards of extinct animals. That's the kind of people we would be if our situation were different."
Author: Heather O'Neill
21. "I think that all of us are 5-year-olds and we don't want to be embarrassed in the schoolyard."
Author: Helen Hunt
22. "But about the smell of rancid butter... There are good associations too. When I think of this rancid butter I see myself standing in a little, old world courtyard, a very smelly, very dreary courtyard. Through the cracks in the shutters strange figures peer out at me."
Author: Henry Miller
23. "Ben ucu ucuna görmüstüm onu. O kadar genç olmasina sasirmistim: Bir delikanliyi andiriyordu, sapasaglam, kazinmis ensesi, gergin ve bronz teni, kaygili bir sevincin egemen oldugu isiltili gözleriyle bir delikanliyi: Savas vardi, onun yarattigi savas ve o generallerle arabadaydi; yeni bir üniforma vardi üzerinde, en faal ve soluk soluga günlerini geçiriyordu, o yaz aksamlarinda hizla insanlarin kendisini tanidigi köylerden geçiyordu. Ve sanki bir oyun oynaniyormus gibi, yalnizca oyun aradaslari ariyordu kendine, hepsi bu."
Author: Italo Calvino
24. "The death of a real deer at my hands was just a vaporous, remote presence that hovered over the figure of the paper deer forty-five yards away at target six of our archery range, as I tried to hit the heart-lung section marked out in heavy black."
Author: James Dickey
25. "The height of the pulleys from the ground was twelve yards, and consequently, when the weights had descended through that distance, they had to be wound up again in order to renew the motion of the paddle."
Author: James Prescott Joule
26. "Final DispositionOthers divided closets full of mother's things.From the earth, I took her poppies.I wanted those fandango foldsof red and black chiffon she doted on,loving the wild and Moorish music of them,coating her tongue with the thin skinof their crimson petals.Snapping her fingers, flamenco dancer,she'd mock the clack of castanetsin answer to their gypsy cadence.She would crouch toward the flounce of flowers,twirl, stamp her foot, then kick it outas if to lift the ruffles, scarletalong the hemline of her yard.And so, I dug up, soil and all,the thistle-toothed and gray-green clumpsof leaves, the testicle seedpods and hairy stemsboth out of season, to transplant them in my less-exotic garden. There, they bloomher blood's abandon, year after year,roots holding, their poppy heads noddinga carefree, opium-ecstatic, possibly forever sleep."
Author: Jane Glazer
27. "We didn't deny the obvious,but we didn't entirely accept it either.I mean, we said hello to it each morningin the foyer. We patted its little headas it made a mess in the backyard,but we never nurtured it. Many nights the obvious showed upat our bedroom door, in its pajamas,unable to sleep, in need of a hug,and we just stared at it like an Armenian,or even worse— hid beneath the coversand pretended not to hear its tiny sobs."
Author: Jeffrey McDaniel
28. "Each night I lie down in a graveyard of memories."
Author: Jerry Spinelli
29. "I have a feeling we're mooning a mean junkyard dog, all brave and laughing - until the dog's leash breaks"
Author: Kevin J. Anderson
30. "It seems like our town has closed down these days leading up to the funeral. Old people still sit on their porches and talk, but their conversations aren't sprinkled with laughter anymore. Since the new, little kids haven't played outside, as if their moms are afraid someone might snatch them out of their yards and send them off to war."
Author: Kimberly Willis Holt
31. "Natasha has just come up to the window from the courtyard and opened it wider so that the air may enter more freely into my room. I can see the bright green strip of grass beneath the wall, and the clear blue sky above the wall, and sunlight everywhere. Life is beautiful. Let the future generations cleanse it of all evil, oppression and violence, and enjoy it to the full."
Author: Leon Trotsky
32. "Why is networking not working? My answer is simple. Many business owners don't have a system in place to leverage their networking. Their time, effort and money spirals down the drain because they lack follow up. Instead of returning to your office, checking the email, and losing that business card in a graveyard box of business cards, continue connecting with your new acquaintance. One basic tip: Connect on social media within two days of meeting them. Personalize your message to them reminding them where you met. When you add this step, watch as your network expands exponentially."
Author: Lisa A. Mininni
33. "The piece was like an elegant interrogation made of tangled yarn, a query from a well-dressed man in a casket, not yet dead. It proceeded slowly, like a careful equation, and then not: if x = y, if major = minor, if death equals part of life and life part of death, then what is the sum of the infinite notes of this one phrase? It asked, answered, reasked, its moody asking a refinement of reluctance or dislike."
Author: Lorrie Moore
34. "Salah besar orang yang mengatakan revolusi kita belum selesai. Revolusi adalah letusan masyarakat sekonyong-konyong yang melaksanakan Umwertung aller Werte (penilaian kembali atas semua nilai). Revolusi mengguncang lantai dan sendi; pasak dan tiang longgar semuanya. Sebab itu saat revolusi tidak dapat berlaku terlalu lama, tidak lebih dari beberapa minggu, atau beberapa bulan. Sesudah itu harus dibendung, datang masa konsolidasi untuk merealisasi hasil daripada revolusi itu. Yang belum selesai bukanlah revolusi itu, melainkan usaha menyelenggarakan cita-citanya di dalam waktu, setelah fundamen dibentangkan."
Author: Mohammad Hatta
35. "Tammy's eyes widened. "Oh, my God, Dorian, it's not only lust, is it? You're starting to fall for her. She matters." Tammy was wrong, Dorian thought, looking out and into the yard again. The truth was, he'd already fallen for her."
Author: Nalini Singh
36. "So he bought tickets to the Greyhound and they climbed, painfully, inch by inch and with the knowledge that, once they reached the top, there would be one breath-taking moment when the car would tip precariously into space, over an incline six stories steep and then plunge, like a plunging plane. She buried her head against him, fearing to look at the park spread below. He forced himself to look: thousands of little people and hundreds of bright little stands, and over it all the coal-smoke pall of the river factories and railroad yards. He saw in that moment the whole dim-lit city on the last night of summer; the troubled streets that led to the abandoned beaches, the for-rent signs above overnight hotels and furnished basement rooms, moving trolleys and rising bridges: the cagework city, beneath a coalsmoke sky."
Author: Nelson Algren
37. "Bu rüyalar gerçekten uykularimizda gördügümüz seyler degildir hiç. Herkes güoegündüz gördügü rüyayi gece gördüm diye anlatir ki ise yarasin. Gece gördükleri gerçek rüyalari oldugu gibi ancak aptallar anlatir. O zaman ya seninle alay ederler, ya her seferinde oldugu gibi rüyani kötüye yorarlar. Gerçek rüyalari ise, görenler dahil kimse almaz ciddiye. Yoksa siz aliyor musunuz?"
Author: Orhan Pamuk
38. "...dünyanin iki buçuk milyar nüfusundan yalniz bir tek insan üzerinde israrin bir monomaniden baska adi var midir?"
Author: Peyami Safa
39. "Nobody sees the obvious, nobody observes the ordinary. There are more miracles in a square yard of earth than in all the fables of the Church."
Author: Robert Anton Wilson
40. "The crimson leaf that blew past looked the twin of the one she'd picked up in the palace courtyard: a bloodied hand."
Author: S.M. Jonas
41. "I wonder why no one called the police about the rocket launcher? God knows my neighbors usually report it if I so much as fart in my backyard. (Bubba)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
42. "Self-correction makes me check the ruler of my life against the yardstick of my inner voice. I acknowledge when I don't measure up. Self-correction is an ongoing process. If done often enough, I can stop myself from straying off the path."
Author: Stella Payton
43. "Cuma manusia pengecut atau curang yang tiada ingin melakukan pekerjaan yang berat, tetapi bermanfaat buat masyarakat sekarang dan dihari kemudian itu"
Author: Tan Malaka
44. "Dalam banyak situasi, menunggu adalah kebijaksanaan tiada tara. Dalam banyak kondisi, menunggu adalah solusi terbaik tanpa tanding.Saya tidak bergurau. Meski diluar sana banyak sekali orang yang justeru menyuruh bergegas, siapa cepat dia dapat. Dalam banyak keadaan, justeru menunggu adalah yang terbaik. Jangan lupa, lengkapi menunggu tersebut dengan dua syarat pentingnya: bersabar dan berdoa. Maka kita tidak akan pernah merugi atas setiap urusan."
Author: Tere Liye
45. "Tilt makinelerini bilirmisin ? ''Oradan oraya siçrarken oyunun disinda bir oda oludugunu odanin disinda bir kent ,kentin disinda bir ülke , ülkenin disinda bir dünya ve dünyanin disinda trilyonlarca yildiz oldugunu unutuyorsun vebu daha baslangiç... ama orada anliyormusun ? Bir kez bunu bilince dipteki delige aldirmiyorsun artik. O zaman ortalikta daha uzun siçrayarak dolasabilirsin."
Author: Terry Pratchett
46. "Flocks of magpies have descended on our yard. I cannot sleep for all their raucous behavior. Perched on weathered fences, their green-black tales, long as rulers, wave up and down, reprimanding me for all I have not done.I have done nothing for weeks. I have no work. I don't want to see anyone much less talk. All I want to do is sleep.Monday, I hit rock-bottom, different from bedrock, which is solid, expansive, full of light and originality. Rock-bottom is the bottom of the rock, the underbelly that rarely gets turned over; but when it does, I am the spider that scurries from daylight to find another place to hide.Today I feel stronger, learning to live with the natural cycles of a day and to not expect so much from myself. As women, we hold the moon in our bellies. It is too much to ask to operate on full-moon energy three hundred and sixty-five days a year. I am in a crescent phase. And the energy we expend emotionally belongs to the hidden side of the moon...."
Author: Terry Tempest Williams
47. "Every golf course should have its carbon rating on the scorecard, alongside its Course Rating, Slope, par and yardage."
Author: Thomas Friedman
48. "The yard consisted of grass and a Russian Olive tree, which was about the only kind of tree able to survive on the high prairies. Its thin, grey leaves made it look as though it were on the verge of dying, thereby fooling the elements and the bad weather into thinking that they didn't have to bother with something so spindly and bent, something so obviously on its last legs."
Author: Thomas King
49. "Adelaide remembered the first storm Justinius had seen her through. She had seen many storms since then, some milder than others, some worse than the first, and the Prince had been with her, comforting her and protecting her life through each wail of the wind and each crash of thunder. If he could free her from the slave yard and get her through every violent storm with her life still intact, he'd see her through the transition into her palace home."
Author: Valerie Howard In Avalon
50. "When we are meditating in a haunted graveyard, or even in our rooms, frightening external and internal appearances may arise during Chöd practice. If this happens, check the two 'superstitions'—the external, frightening appearance, and the internal appearance of the inherently existent 'I' that is frightened. Do they exist from their own sides? With determination, check for the 'I' that experiences fear, whether of a sight or a sound. Recalling that our purpose is to compassionately sacrifice ourselves to the spirits, and remembering emptiness of the three spheres of giving, we mix our minds with space and visualize the spirits consuming our bodies as well as our sense of an inherently existent self. After the spirits have eaten the body, again investigate the two superstitions. It is by checking for the independent 'I' that we come to realize emptiness."
Author: Zongtrul Losang Tsöndru

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