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1. "Dani vispar ir lieli gardeži, bet vinu labaka specialitate ir maizites apetites rosinašanai. Par maizitem tas sauc tikai tradicijas pec, riecieni ir plani ka mizinas un vajadzigi tikai, lai butu kur uzlikt "uzgriežamos"- biezu aknu pastetes slani ar vircotu gurka škeli un turku piparu, irdeni nožavetu zuti ar sinepaina olu maisijuma torniti uz ta, puscollu biezu maigi sutinatu kumpja škeli ar biezu kartu blivas tartara merces, irdenu, pusjelu kotleti, apkrautu ar sutinatiem spaniešu sipoliem… Edot danu maizites, patiesi škiet, ka neka labaka, sivaka, kairaka nevar atrast visa pasaule."
Author: Anšlavs Eglitis
2. "The brut first knows death when it dies, but man draws consciously nearer to it every hour that he lives; and this makes his life at times a questionable good even to him who has not recognised this character of constant anaihilation in the whole of life."
Author: Arthur Schopenhauer
3. "Ce qui (...) peut arriver de mieux à un individu c'est d' "avoir la chance d'être né au sein du peuple qu'il faut au moment de l'histoire qu'il faut" : grec et non barbare, aux siècles de Solon et Périclès ; romain et non pas grec, au temps d'Auguste et des débuts de la Pax romana ; chrétien et non pas juif, ensuite, quand l'Europe se christianise et que commencent les pogromes (...) le mieux qui puisse arriver à un sujet c'est de naître occidental ; le pire, la catastrophe irrémédiable, la figure même de l'infortune, du tragique, de la damnation, c'est d'être né burundais, angolais, sud-soudanais, colombien ou, comme la petite Srilaya, sri-lankais. (ch. 15Arendt, Sarajevo : qu'est-ce qu'être damné ?)"
Author: Bernard Henri Lévy
4. "She had his dark hair, his lashes, and from the glimpse he had, she bore his eyes, as well. But the shape of her face, a perfect oval, was her mother's. She had Anais's cheeks. Anais's lovely mouth and proud chin. He kissed her chin, feeling the softest of fluttering against his cheek—baby's breath. There was nothing sweeter than the feel of an innocent child's breath against one's cheek—nothing more wondrous than knowing that the baby was your own flesh and blood.Mina stretched against him, yawning widely and throwing her arms up wide alongside her head. He laughed through his tears and reached for her little fist and brought it to his mouth, kissing her with such love he thought he would die of it. "You will consume me, little Mina, just as your mother has."-Linsay to his infant daughter."
Author: Charlotte Featherstone
5. "I vow I am, and always will be, constant and faithful in my love for you, Anais. Nothing you or anyone else does shall alter these feelings. I am forever loving, forever waiting, forever yearning...forever yours."
Author: Charlotte Featherstone
6. "As he clutched her in his shaking hands and wept against her, he whispered into her ear, the words that made him believe. "Love bears all things. Endures all things," he said. "Ours has, hasn't it?" She nodded and held him tighter. "But can it endure this, Anais? This demon who holds me so mercilessly in its claws?"She touched his face and kissed him. "My love can and will, Lindsay. I will be here when you open your eyes. I will give you whatever you need to make it more bearable."
Author: Charlotte Featherstone
7. "Oh my God!" Lindsay cried. "I swear I shall practice celibacy every day for the rest of my life! I swear it, Anais."
Author: Charlotte Featherstone
8. "Dear Non-American Black, when you make the choice to come to America, you become black. Stop arguing. Stop saying I'm Jamaican or I'm Ghanaian. America doesn't care."
Author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
9. "The next day the weather was blown out, with whitecaps frosting the entire channel across to Lanai and the coconut palms whipping overhead like epileptic dust mops."
Author: Christopher Moore
10. "And the time came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.-Anais Nin"
Author: Elizabeth Lesser
11. "The greatest feminists have also been the greatest lovers. I'm thinking not only of Mary Wollstonecraft and her daughter Mary Shelley, but of Anais Nin, Edna St. Vincent Millay, and of course Sappho. You cannot divide creative juices from human juices. And as long as juicy women are equated with bad women, we will err on the side of being bad."
Author: Erica Jong
12. "Não tinham mais nada para dizer? Seus olhos, no entanto, estavam repletos de uma conversa mais séria; e, enquanto esforçavam-se para encontrar frases banais, ambos sentiam um mesmo langor invadir-lhes; era como um murmúrio da alma, profundo, contínuo, que dominava o das vozes. Tomados de espanto por aquela nova suavidade, não pensavam em narrar ao outro aquela sensação ou em descobrir sua causa. As alegrias futuras, assim como as costas dos trópicos, projetam suas indolências natais sobre a imensidão que as precede, uma espécie de brisa perfumada, e adormece-se naquela embriaguez sem nem mesmo preocupar-se com o horizonte, o qual não se pode avistar."
Author: Gustave Flaubert
13. "I have been a little embarrassed always. But less so the last time. It will all disappear. You have such a delicious sense of humor--I adore that in you. I want always to see you laughing. It belongs to you. I have been thinking of places we ought to go together--little obscure places, here and there, in Paris. Just to say--here I went with Anais--here we ate or danced or got drunk together. Ah, to see you really drunk sometime, that would be a treat! I am almost afraid to suggest it--but Anais, when I think of how you press against me, how eagerly you open your legs and how wet you are, God, it drives me mad to think what you would be like when everything falls away."
Author: Henry Miller
14. "Os anais da nova religião,"
Author: Jules Verne
15. "Um mensageiro celeste lhe apareceu numa floresta luminosa e lhe devolveu os anais do Senhor."
Author: Jules Verne
16. "Miley Cyrus made some chinky eyesStanding behind an Asian guyI don't know if this should flyAs if there wasn't enough to despiseI wasn't necessarily a fan ofHer, her dad, or Hannah MontanaI tend to prefer the songs of RihannaRacism against Asians is simply bananas!Oh Miley!Chinky eyes make you look wilyprejudice isn't thought of so highlyit doesn't make us all smileyWhy is there nothing that Asians can do?To make fun of other races as easily as youWhy isn't racism against Asians taboo?Why are we always so racially screwed!All you have to do is pull at your faceTo make your eyelids resemble our raceThis kind of joke has no proper placeMiley Cyrus is a disgrace!"
Author: Margaret Cho
17. "Fondare biblioteche è un pò come costruire ancora granai pubblici: ammassare riserve contro l'inverno dello spirito che da molti indizi, mio malgrado, vedo venire."
Author: Marguerite Yourcenar
18. "Bija prieks atkal pieversties rakstišanai ar galvu, kas skaidra no kokaina un patiesas milestibas."
Author: Mario Puzo
19. "Viriešiem sekss vajadzigs, lai sagatavotos doties kauja ar pašapzinu. Sievietem sekss vajadzigs zaudejuma bedu remdešanai vai ka dala no uzvaras gandarijuma."
Author: Mario Puzo
20. "As mudanças económicas do século XVIII tornaram necessário fazer circular os efeitos do poder, por canais cada vez mais sutis, chegando até os próprios indivíduos, seus corpos, seus gestos, cada um de seus desempenhos cotidianos. Que o poder, mesmo tendo uma multiplicidade de homens a gerir, seja tão eficaz quanto se ele exercesse sobre um só."
Author: Michel Foucault
21. "Le mot intellectuel, dans le jargon politique d'alors, était une insulte. Il désignait un homme qui ne comprend pas la vie et qui est coupé du peuple. Tous les communistes qui ont été pendus en ce temps-là par d'autres communistes ont été gratifiés de cette injure. Contrairement à ceux qui avaient solidement les pieds sur terre, ils planaient, disait-on, quelque part dans les airs. Il était donc juste, en un sens, que la terre fût par châtiment définitivement refusée à leurs pieds et qu'ils restent suspendus un peu au-dessus du sol. (chapitre 3)"
Author: Milan Kundera
22. "Si infâmes que soient les canailles, elles ne le sont jamais autant que les honnêtes gens."
Author: Octave Mirbeau
23. "O tempo, o tempo, o tempo e suas águas inflamáveis, esse rio largo que não cansa de correr, lento e sinuoso, ele próprio reconhecendo seus caminhos, recolhendo e filtrando de vária direção o caldo turvo dos afluentes e o sangue ruivo de outros canais para com eles construir a razão mística da história..."
Author: Raduan Nassar
24. "Quintilio guardava lontano, oltre il confine del terreno demaniale. Quattro miglia più a sud, all'orizzonte, si stagliava il profilo ondulato delle grandi colline. Sul punto più elevato, i faggi di Cottington's Clump si agitavano al vento che, lassù, tirava più robusto che in pianura fra le eriche.«Guarda!» disse d'un tratto Quintilio. «Eccolo là, Moscardo, il posto che fa per noi. Colline alte e solitarie, dove il vento porta con sé rumori lontani e la terra è asciutta come la paglia in un granaio. Là noi dovremo abitare. Là, bisogna che andiamo."
Author: Richard Adams
25. "If you think the timahk is so silly, Anais," Catarina finally said in a silky, deadly, regal voice, "then by all means. Try breaking it."
Author: Sarah Porter
26. "Baime — ne pati tinkamiausia emocija dalintis. Baime yra baime, ji neturi nei amžiaus, nei rases, nei tikejimo. Suima tave i naga, ir gali kelnes pristumti, nesvarbu, kiek tau metu, ir kokia patirti manaisi esas užsitarnaves. Baime kaip mirtis, prieš ja visi lygus."
Author: Sigitas Parulskis
27. "Ne jau par savu godu ir jacinas. No visam šai pasaule iespejamajam darbibam karš ir tas, kura goda ir vismazak. Vienigais gods ir cinities un mirt tikai tapec, lai karš beigtos un vairs nekad nebutu vajadzibas karot atkal. Gods ir saprast, kad jakaro, un prast apstaties, kad karošanai var darit galu."
Author: Silvana De Mari
28. "I thought of a high school report I did on the Belgian artist Rene Magritte and a quote I once read from him, something about his favorite walk being the one he took around his own bedroom. He said that he never understood the need for people to travel because all the poetry and perspective you're ever going to get you already posses. Anais Nin had the same idea. We see the world as we are. So if it's the same brain we bring with us every time we open our eyes, what's the difference if we're looking at an island cove or a pocket watch?"
Author: Sloane Crosley
29. "We write to taste life twice," Anais Nin wrote, "in the moment and in retrospection."
Author: Sue Monk Kidd
30. "Today's Europeans and Americans who reached the age of awareness after midcentury when the communications revolution lead to expectations of instantanaiy are exasperated by the slow toils of history. They assume that the thunderclap of cause will be swiftly followed by the lightening bolt of effect."
Author: William R. Manchester

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Talk—half-talk, phrases that had no need to be finished, abstractions, Chinese bells played on with cotton-tipped sticks, mock orange blossoms painted on porcelain. The muffled, close, half-talk of soft-fleshed women. The men she had embraced, and the women, all washing against the resonance of my memory. Sound within sound, scene within scene, woman within woman—like acid revealing an invisible script. One woman within another eternally, in a far-reaching procession, shattering my mind into fragments, into quarter tones which no orchestral baton can ever make whole again."
Author: Anaïs Nin

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