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1. "DubbiPersonaggi:IL CREDENTEL'ATEOIL CREDENTEIo sono credente, signore, afflitto dal dubbio che Dio non esista.L'ATEOIo, peggio. Sono un ateo, signore, afflitto dal dubbio che Dio, invece, esista realmente. È terribile.(Sipario)"
Author: Achille Campanile
2. "It's good to have things done withwhen they don't workit's also good not to hateor even forgetthe person you've failed with."
Author: Charles Bukowski
3. "Si me convierto será porque es preferible que muera un creyente a que lo haga un ateo."
Author: Christopher Hitchens
4. "No men ever, you said." Verlaine leaned across the table, peering at him. "Mateo, are you maybe-well-transgender? Intersex? No prejudice here. Just support."Mateo would have started thudding his face against the table in frustration if his pizza hadn't been in the way. "I'm a guy.""We'll take your word for it."
Author: Claudia Gray
5. "I was always of themindset that whatever will be, will be. We can only just try to control ourown lives, that because our lives are so hopelessly entangled in thechoices of others, we can never have full control over our destiny or fateor purpose or whatever you want to call it. The choices we make defineus, of course, but so do the choices of everyone around us whether weknow them or not. Instead of contemplating what-if scenarios, I alwaysjust tried to accept things."
Author: David Bowick
6. "In this worldHate never yet dispelled hateOnly love dispels hateThis is the lawAncient and inexhaustibleYou to shall pass awayKnowing this,how can you quarrel"
Author: Gautama Buddha
7. "-Los católicos me ponen nervioso -dije-, porque juegan sucio.-¿Y los protestantes? -preguntó riendo.-Me irritan con su manoseo de las conciencias.-¿Y los ateos? -seguía riéndose.-Me aburren, porque siempre hablan de Dios.-¿Y qué es usted, pues?-Soy un payaso -dije-, de momento, superior a mi fama."
Author: Heinrich Böll
8. "Pues bien -sentenció Mateo-, eso fue lo que hizo nuestro Dios. Le quitó alprimer hombre una simple costilla, pero, a cambio, le dio una mujer."
Author: J.J. Benítez
9. "No hay lugar para el místico que soy dentro del ateo que represento. Y no es problema de Dios -hace tiempo abandoné a Dios-; es conflicto de identidad, de realidad."
Author: Jaime Sabines
10. "Toata ziua vezi o multime de oameni.Vorbesti cu ei,razi cu ei,ai chiar prieteni,iubesti cateodata,crezi sa te intelegi,ba si comuniezi si nu pot zice ca uneori nu reusesti s-o faci.Dar toate acestea nu te impiedica sa fii singura,ingrozitor de singura.Esti legata de solitudinea ta pentru todeauna,de todeauna.Sunt eu si numai eu si tot timpul gandesc,deci ma schimb tot timpul,deci nimeni nu ma poate cunoaste cu adevarat.Eu ma stiu,ma inteleg si nu ma stiu si nu ma inteleg decat pe mine,pe nimeni altul decat mine.Eu ma iubesc si ma dispretuiesc si uneori as vrea sa ma bat-atat de dezgustator de imperfecta ma simt."
Author: Jeni Acterian
11. "Why hadn't he realized this before? Everyone knew that if you divided realityby expectation, you got a happiness quotient. But when you inverted the equation-expectationdivided by reality-you didn't get the opposite of happiness. What you got, Lewis realized, was hope.Pure logic: Assuming reality was constant, expectation had to be greater than reality to createoptimism. On the other hand, a pessimist was someone with expectations lower than reality, afraction of diminishing returns. The human condition meant that this number approached zerowithout reaching it-you never really completely gave up hope; it might come flooding back at anyprovocation."
Author: Jodi Picoult
12. "How wearisomEternity so spent in worship paidTo whom we hate. Let us not then pursueBy force impossible, by leave obtain'd Unacceptable, though in Heav'n, our stateOf splendid vassalage, but rather seekOur own good from our selves, and from our ownLive to our selves, though in this vast recess,Free, and to none accountable, preferring Hard liberty before the easie yokeOf servile Pomp"
Author: John Milton
13. "Your call is clear, cold centuries across;You bid me follow you, and take my cross,And daily lose myself, myself deny,And stern against myself shout ‘Crucify'.My stubborn nature rises to rebelAgainst your call. Proud choruses of hellUnite to magnify my restless hateOf servitude, lest I capitulate.The world, to see my cross, would pause and jeer.I have no choice, but still to persevereTo save myself – and follow you from far,More slow than Magi-for I have no star.And yet you call me still. Your crossEclipses mine, transforms the bitter lossI thought that I would suffer if I cameTo you- into immeasurable gain.I kneel before you, Jesus, crucified,My cross is shouldered and my self denied;I'll follow daily, closely, not refuseFor love of you and man myself to lose."
Author: John R.W. Stott
14. "How blest was the created stateOf man and woman, ere they fell,Compared to our unhappy fate:We need not fear another hell."
Author: John Wilmot
15. "Sick of this StateOf that Stateless StatesThat moves at this rateThat Knocks at the GateAnd Yearns for the remains Of the brave new fate."
Author: Khalid Chaouch
16. "Dar a D•os lo que es de D•os y al César lo que es del César: repartija y prorrateo."
Author: Mario Benedetti
17. "I have a coffee mug that my dad gave me years ago that has the San Mateo police logo and my dad's name on it, so I brought it to set and used it in a scene. I mean, you don't see it, it's not prominently featured, but I just wanted that connectivity."
Author: Michael Trucco
18. "Doar o data spuse, ca o surpriza manifestata tarziu si aproape cu ciuda: - M-am uitat la tine, de departe, cand ieseam din apa. Esti cea mai frumoasa femeie de pe plaja.- Nu sunt prea multe.- Ba nu! Chiar daca s-ar face un import de cateva mii - cine stie de unde? -, n-ar fi treaba usoara! - distanta de la medie pana la tine e mult prea mare ca sa te poata egala vreuna.El relua, cu o ingrijorare teoretica: - Trebuie sa ma port mai atent cu tine. Cateodata uit ca nu se face sa fii aruncata. Nu, zau, ar fi grozav de multi barbati care ar dori sa-mi ia locul. Tu nu te miri ca ma preferi pe mine?"
Author: Radu Tudoran
19. "… Damned is the soul that dies while the evil it committed lives on. And the most damned of allare those who see the evil coming for others and refuse to confront it. For it is not out of fear thatheroes are born, but rather out of their selfless love that will not allow them safety bought fromthe torture, death, and degradation of others. It is better to die in defense of another than to livewith the knowledge that you could have saved them but chose to do nothing.And to those who think that one person cannot make a difference, I say this … the deadliest tidalwave begins as an unseen ripple in a vast ocean. Live your life so that your integrity will motivateothers to strive for excellence long after you've passed on, and know that no good deed orsacrifice, or offer of sincere friendship or love, is ever forgotten by the one who receives it."
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
20. "And I declare myself freefrom ignorant love. You easy loversand forgivers of mankind, stand back!I will love you at a distance,and not because you deserve it.My love must be descriminateor fail to bear its weight."
Author: Wendell Berry

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