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1. "Yo prefiero sentir algo real en lugar de fingir que algo no es lo que es""El secreto está en recordar que el cambio puede ser tan fácil como tú lo decidas. El secreto está en recordar que tú eres el jefe""La cita decia: De cuantos problemas nos podríamos deshacer si, en lugar de decidir tener algo, decidiéramos ser alguien""Quiero decirle que no tiene caso ocultarse, quierp decirle que cuando construyes un muro a tu alrededor, lo único que consigues es alcanzar el vacío"
Author: A.S. King
2. "Auditioning is extremely bizarre. Just being an actor is extremely bizarre, but I wouldn't have it any other way."
Author: Adelaide Kane
3. "Sevgili Güllük;Yastik kanepenin üzerine konur. Tekme atilarak düsürülür o. Pazar günleri kuru fasulye yenir. Karsilikli, alt alta, üst üste ve daha degisik sekillerde durulur. Islak vardir. Portakalin içi de disi gibi portakal rengidir. Köstebeklerin uçma kabiliyeti bulunmaz. Kamyonlar yük tasirlar. Kaza olur. Kaza yaparlar. Süleyman, Çetin, Atif, Kemal, Necdet gibi erkek isimleri; Zeynep, Burçak, Burçak ve Burçak gibi kiz isimleri vardir. Patates cinsleri vardir; kizartmalik ve haslamalik. Çesitli ebatlarda dügün pastalari olur. Muz olur."
Author: Ah Muhsin Ünlü
4. "Viper: "The dark wizard and I had a mild disagreement."Dante: "What sort of disagreement?"Viper: "I thought he should be dead and he disagreed."
Author: Alexandra Ivy
5. "The inspector sat down on a stair, fired up a cigarette, and entered an immobility contest with a lizard."
Author: Andrea Camilleri
6. "You dump trash. You dump yard waste and old ripped couches that smell like body odor and forgetfulness. You dump cigarette butts and banana peels and hazardous waste. But people?"
Author: Autumn Doughton
7. "I saw the whole man slowly emerge from the window and begin to crawl down the castle wall over the dreadful abyss, face down with his cloak spreading out around him like great wings. At first I could not believe my eyes. I thought it was some trick of the moonlight, some weird effect of shadow, but I kept looking, and it could be no delusion. I saw the fingers and toes grasp the corners of the stones, worn clear of the mortar by the stress of years, and by thus using every projection and inequality move downwards with considerable speed, just as a lizard moves along a wall."
Author: Bram Stoker
8. "Sento ancora la follia scorrermi dentro, ma ancora non ho scritto le parole che avrei voluto, la tigre mi è rimasta sulla schiena. Morirò con addosso quella figlia di puttana, ma almeno le ho dato battaglia. E se fra voi c'è qualcuno che si sente abbastanza matto da voler diventare scrittore, gli consiglio va' avanti, sputa in un occhio al sole, schiaccia quei tasti, è la migliore pazzia che possa esserci, i secoli chiedono aiuto, la specie aspira spasmodicamente alla luce, e all'azzardo e alle risate. Regalateglieli. Ci sono abbastanza parole per noi tutti."
Author: Charles Bukowski
9. "Las grandes esperanzas que se tienen en la vida a veces se transforman en pequeñas piedras con las que se puede tropezar."
Author: Christoph Marzi
10. "– Nie miej wyrzutów sumienia. Nie mozna nietknietym przejsc przez zycie. I nikt nie powinien tego pragnac. Zebrane obrazenia stanowia miare zarówno naszych szalenstw, jak i osiagniec."
Author: Christopher Paolini
11. "Her clothes still smoked from the wizard's assault. But to him, she always smelled of flowers."
Author: Cinda Williams Chima
12. "I love you," she says."I love you," I say.And then we hang up, because nothing else needs to be said after that.I want to give Zara her life back. Even if I feel I deserve something like this, I don't deserve it at her expense."
Author: David Levithan
13. "Tell me of this Wizard Howl of yours". Sophie's teeth chattered but she said proudly, "He's the best wizard in Ingary or anywhere else. If he'd only had time, he would have defeated that djinn. And he's sly and selfish and vain as a peacock and cowardly, and you can't pin him down to anything."
Author: Diana Wynne Jones
14. "We tried to tell him,' Toronto says.'You made fun of him,' Mazzarella points out.'That was how we tried to tell him."
Author: Doug Dorst
15. "The long days seduce all thought away, and we lie like the lizards in the sun, postponing our lives indefinitely."
Author: Elizabeth Smart
16. "Ahora se por qué: el esfuerzo de escribir un cuento corto es tan intenso como empezar una novela. Pues en el primer párrafo de una novela hay que definir todo: estructura, tono, estilo, ritmo, longitud, y a veces hasta el carácter de algún personaje. Lo demás es el placer de escribir, el más íntimo y solitario que pueda imaginarse, y si uno no se queda corrigiendo el libro por el resto de la vida es porque el mismo rigor de fierro que hace falta para empezarlo se impone para terminarlo."
Author: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
17. "La amistad es un pacto en el que se intercambian defectos y cualidades. Podemos analizar a un amigo y a una amiga, tener en cuenta lo que tienen de bueno, despreciar lo que tienen de malo y apreciar con toda exactitud su valor mientras nos dejamos llevar por una simpatía íntima, profunda y deliciosa.Para amar hay que ser ciego, entregarse por entero, no ver nada, no razonar nada, no comprender nada. Hay que poder adorar tanto las debilidades como las bellezas, renunciar a cualquier juicio, a cualquier reflexión, a cualquier perspicacia."
Author: Guy De Maupassant
18. "Toplumu, açikgöz davranip herkesin zararina kendi mutlulugunu kurma kuramiyla açiklamak yikici bir ögretidir,bunun agir çikarimlari, yasaya, insanlara ya da bireye verdigi zarari bile belli etmeden, gizlice elde edilen her seyin iyi ve uygun biçimde kazanildigina inandirir insani."
Author: Honoré De Balzac
19. "Cerré los ojos como me dijo y lentamente me giró hacia él. Puso sus manos en mi cara y me acercó a la suya, por alguna razón no podía reaccionar y me estaba dejando llevar. Inconscientemente puse mis manos en su pecho y al sentirlo tan firme y tan fuerte una reacción extraña y placentera se activó en mi cuerpo. Poco a poco sentí su cálido aliento y su nariz tocando la mía y sin darme cuenta, sus labios se posesionaron de los míos con fuerza, sujetándome de la nuca para evitar que lo rechazara, asaltando mi boca, explorando con su lengua, bebiendo mi esencia, dejándome sin aliento y amenazando con arrancarme los labios y ahogarme. Jadeaba intentando respirar y él gemía a la vez que succionaba todo de mí, mi cuerpo se excitó respondiendo a él de manera exagerada al sentir su fuerza, mis instintos de mujer me habían traicionado."
Author: Itxa Bustillo
20. "I smell guilt. There is a stench of guilt upon the air.I see you all, whole and healthy, with your powers intact — such prompt appearances! — and I ask myself . . . why did this band of wizards never come to the aid of their master, to whom they swore eternal loyalty? And I answer myself, they must have believed me broken, they thought I was gone. They slipped back among my enemies, and they pleaded innocence, and ignorance, and bewitchment. . . . And then I ask myself, but how could they have believed I would not rise again? They, who knew the steps I took, long ago, to guard myself against mortal death? They, who had seen proofs of the immensity of my power in the times when I was mightier than any wizard living? And I answer myself, perhaps they believed a still greater power could exist, one that could vanquish even Lord Voldemort . . . perhaps they now pay allegiance to another. . ."
Author: J.K. Rowling
21. "Did you know— then?" asked Harry."Did I know that I had just met the most dangerous Dark wizard of all time? No."
Author: J.K. Rowling
22. "What was there to be gained by fighting the most evil wizard who has ever existed?" said Black, with a terrible fury in his face. "Only innocent lives, Peter!""You don't understand!" whined Pettigrew. "He would have killed me, Sirius!""THEN YOU SHOULD HAVE DIED!" roared Black. "DIED RATHER THAN BETRAY YOUR FRIENDS, AS WE WOULD HAVE DONE FOR YOU!"
Author: J.K. Rowling
23. "Anybody can rise to a crisis and face a crushing tragedy with courage, but to meet the petty hazards of the day with a laugh- I really think that requires spirit!"
Author: Jean Webster
24. "He made writing look easy and critics hate that. They like evidence of a struggle, of creative agony, wringing the masterpiece out of one's guts. After all, most critics think of themselves as writers, or had attempted to become writers. This leads to the bizarre situation in which failed writers pass judgment on writers who actually write for a living."
Author: Jessica Zafra
25. "Its amazing waht you can get used to if your daily allowance of bizarre is high enough.'......Harry Dresden"
Author: Jim Butcher
26. "He stared to sea. "I gave up all ideas of practicing medicine. In spite of what I have just said about the wave and the water, in those years in France I am afraid I lived a selfish life. That is, I offered myself every pleasure. I traveled a great deal. I lost some money dabbling in the theatre, but I made much more dabbling on the Bourse. I gained a great many amusing friends, some of whom are now quite famous. But I was never very happy. I suppose I was fortunate. It took me only five years to discover what some rich people never discover — that we all have a certain capacity for happiness and unhappiness. And that the economic hazards of life do not seriously affect it."
Author: John Fowles
27. "Acts 10:38 says, "See how God anointed Jesus of Nazareth who went about doing good." He just got up every day and did good. Everywhere he went, even though he had a purpose and he was headed somewhere, he let himself be interrupted by the needs of people. So often we study the steps of Jesus. Maybe we need to study the stops of Jesus. The things that he stopped for, the things that interrupted his plan, where he would alter his plan and help somebody here and there."
Author: Joyce Meyer
28. "Hubiera sido tan fácil organizar un esquema coherente, un orden de pensamiento y de vida, una armonía. Bastaba la hipocresía de siempre, elevar el pasado a valor de experiencia, sacar partido de las arrugas de la cara, del aire vivido que hay en las sonrisas o los silencios de más de cuarenta años. Después uno se ponía un traje azul, se peinaba las sienes plateadas y entraba en las exposiciones de pintura, en la Sade y en el Richmond, reconciliado con el mundo. Un escepticismo discreto, un aire de estar de vuelta, un ingreso cadencioso en la madurez, en el matrimonio, en el sermón paterno a la hora del asado o de la libreta de clasificaciones insatisfactoria. Te lo digo porque yo he vivido mucho. Yo que he viajado. Cuando yo era muchacho. Son todas iguales, te lo digo yo. Te hablo por experiencia, m'hijo. Vos todavía no conocés la vida."
Author: Julio Cortázar
29. "Sex is not a wizard, whatever magical-seeming properties it might possess in its better forms. If your friend says to you, "You're being mean, you need to get laid," your problem is not sex. Your problems are that you might be acting like an asshole, and your friends are definitely idiots."
Author: Katie Heaney
30. "Oh - You're a very bad man!"Oh, no my dear. I'm a very good man. I'm just a very bad Wizard."
Author: L. Frank Baum
31. "Sometimes it's a bizarre, fairly cold, and horrifying thing to be a parent."
Author: Lena Headey
32. "Throwing an inkstand at the Lizard as she spoke. (The unfortunate little"
Author: Lewis Carroll
33. "To understand Mozart's contradictory qualities would indeed be to understand genius."
Author: Lukas Foss
34. "There have been rich meat and bloody wine. There have been brandies, and thick puddings. There has already been some dirty talk. Selina is in high spirits, and as for me, I'm a gurgling wizard of calorific excess."
Author: Martin Amis
35. "No tabloid will ever print the startling news that the mummified body of Jesus of Nazareth has been discovered in old Jerusalem. Christians have no carefully embalmed body enclosed in a glass case to worship. Thank God, we have an empty tomb. The glorious fact that the empty tomb proclaims to us is that life for us does not stop when death comes. Death is not a wall, but a door."
Author: Peter Marshall
36. "Annabeth Thalia and I hadn't seen each other in months but between the blizzard and the thought of what we were about to do we were too nervous to talk much. Except for my mom. She talks more when she's nervous. By the time we finally got to Westover Hall it was getting dark and she'd told Annabeth and Thalia every embarrassing baby story there was to tell about me."
Author: Rick Riordan
37. "My lifestyle is bizarre, but the only thing you need to know is where the darkroom is."
Author: Robert Mapplethorpe
38. "The idea of reinvention has always seemed bizarre to me."
Author: Robert Smith
39. "The rhythm of researching and querying holds all the fascination, endorphins, and residual scarring of picking a scab. It's a habit I easily fall into but without more than surface level ambition driving it can turn into a haphazard, oozing mess."
Author: S. Kelley Harrell
40. "Dünyada her felaketin içinden en az zararla siyrilmanin yolu hayata uymak, muhite uymak, hiç sivrilmemektir."
Author: Sabahattin Ali
41. "Al Gore is an heir to the old czars and commissars. He never saw a regulation he didn't like."
Author: Sam Wyly
42. "All our luxuries won't keep some men from dying -- it can only be a matter of time until I see it happen -- but in our lazaret death will creep silently onto the operating table or nestle between clean sheets."
Author: Sarah Miller
43. "What are you? (a Daimon)Oh please, let me give you the job description. Me, Dark-Hunter. You, Daimon. I hit, you bleed. I kill, you die. (Zarek)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
44. "Be one of the crowd? It went against everything a wizard stood for, and a wizard would not stand for anything if he could sit down for it, but even sitting down, you had to stand out."
Author: Terry Pratchett
45. "In fact he was incurably insane and hallucinated more or less continuously, but by a remarkable stroke of lateral thinking his fellow wizards had reasoned that, in that case, the whole business could be sorted out if only they could find a formula that caused him to hallucinate that he was completely sane.**This is a very common hallucination, shared by most people."
Author: Terry Pratchett
46. "The senior wizards of Unseen University stood and looked at the door.There was no doubt that whoever had shut it wanted it to stay shut. Dozens of nails secured it to the door frame. Planks had been nailed right across. And finally it had, up until this morning, been hidden by a bookcase that had been put in front of it.'And there's the sign, Ridcully,' said the Dean. 'You have read it, I assume. You know? The sign which says "Do not, under any circumstances, open this door"?''Of course I've read it,' said Ridcully. 'Why d'yer think I want it opened?''Er ... why?' said the Lecturer in Recent Runes.'To see why they wanted it shut, of course.' This exchange contains almost all you need to know about human civilization. At least, those bits of it that are now under the sea, fenced off or still smoking."
Author: Terry Pratchett
47. "He talks pretty big for a gutter wizard," he muttered."You don't understand at all," said the wizard wearily. "I'm so scared of you my spine has turned to jelly, it's just that I'm suffering from an overdose of terror right now. I mean, when I've got over that then I'll have time to be decently frightened of you."
Author: Terry Pratchett
48. "But Lord Blatherard Osmo was able at last to devote all of his time to Novi Pazar. Early in 1939, he was discovered mysteriously suffocated in a bathtub full of tapioca pudding, at the home of a Certain Viscountess. Some have seen in this the hand of the Firm."
Author: Thomas Pynchon
49. "The buzzard has nothing to fault himself with.Scruples are alien to the black panther.Piranhas do not doubt the rightness of their actions.The rattlesnake approves of himself without reservations.The self-critical jackal does not exist.The locust, alligator, trichina, horseflylive as they live and are glad of it.The killer whale's heart weighs one hundred kilosbut in other respects it is light.There is nothing more animal-likethan a clear conscienceon the third planet of the Sun."
Author: Wisława Szymborska
50. "Writers do not write what they want, they write what they can. When I was 21 I wanted to write like Kafka. But, unfortunately for me, I wrote like a script editor for The Simpsons who'd briefly joined a religious cult and then discovered Foucault. Such is life. And now, when I finish a long day of CNN-related fear and loathing mixed with eyeballing my own resolutely white screen, I do not crawl into bed with 500-page comic novels about "multicultural" London. I read Carver. Julio Cortázar. Amis's essays. Baldwin. Lorrie Moore. Capote. Saramago. Larkin. Wodehouse. Anything, anything at all, that doesn't sound like me."
Author: Zadie Smith

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