Top Eire Quotes

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1. "My expeirences have taught me that a man is never quite so near success as when that which he calls failure has overtaken him."
Author: Napolean Hill
2. "Let my heiress have full rights,Live in my house, sing songs that I composed.Yet how slowly my strength ebbs,How the tortured breast craves air.The love of my friends, my enemies' rancorAnd the yellow roses in my bushy garden,And a lover's burning tenderness?all thisI bestow upon you, messenger of dawn.Also the glory for which I was born,For which my star, like some whirlwind, soaredAnd now falls. Look, its fallingProphesies your power, love and inspiration.Preserving my generous bequest,You will live long and worthily.Thus it will be. You see, I am content,Be happy, but remember me."
Author: Anna Akhmatova
3. "In such families as [Nidderdale's], when such results have been achieved, it is generally understood that matters shall be put right by an heiress. [....] Rank squanders money; trade makes it; -- and then trade purchases rank by re-gilding its splendour"
Author: Anthony Trollope
4. "I'm glad I was never an heiress."
Author: Antonia Fraser
5. "If Cinderella were given a single shining epiphany (instead of a fairy godmother), she would have realized: "This is my father's house. This is my father's estate. I am the rightful heiress to everything here!" then she would have said: "Get off of my property, take nothing with you, and never show your faces to me again! You ugly, bitter, insecure, envious witches!" And I'm sure she would have been happier, sooner!"
Author: C. JoyBell C.
6. "I could see Eirene well enough to aim. SO I did. I aimed my weapon and thought of Bruno locked in a postcoital embrace with her. I embraced my jealousy. Then I pulled the trigger. - Celia Grave page 372"
Author: Cat Adams
7. "MotivoEu canto porque o instante existee a minha vida está completa.Não sou alegre nem sou triste:sou poeta.Irmão das coisas fugidias,não sinto gozo nem tormento.Atravesso noites e diasno vento.Se desmorono ou se edifico,se permaneço ou me desfaço,— não sei, não sei. Não sei se ficoou passo.Sei que canto. E a canção é tudo.Tem sangue eterno a asa ritmada.E um dia sei que estarei mudo:— mais nada."— Cecília Meireles"
Author: Cecília Meireles
8. "Principalmente para condenar,a nossa ligeireza é fulminante.Com que soberana facilidade declaramos ''Este é um besta! Aquele é um maroto!'' Para proclamar ''É um gênio!'' ou ''É um santo!'' oferecemos uma resistência mais considerada."
Author: Eça De Queirós
9. "It is often hazardous to marry an heiress, as she is not unfrequently the last of a diseased family."
Author: Erasmus Darwin
10. "Vi blir født alene og dør alene. Det er bare å venne seg til det først som sist. Alenheten er grunnleggende i hele konstruksjonen. Den er så å si selve bærebjelken. Man kan leve sammen med andre, men sammen betyr som regel ved siden av. Og det er fint nok. Man lever side om side med andre og i heldige glimt lever man kanskje til og med sammen med dem. Man sitter i samme bil, spiser samme middag, feirer samme jul. Men det er noe annet å kjøre bil sammen, spise middag sammen eller feire jul sammen. Det er ytterligheter, To planeter."
Author: Erlend Loe
11. "Generally in life, knowledge is acquired to be used. But school learning more often fits Freire's apt metaphor: knowledge is treated like money, to be put away in a bank for the future."
Author: Freire
12. "Sjel, vær trofast til det siste!Seirens seir er alt å miste.Tapets alt din vinning skapte; -evig eies kun det tapte."
Author: Henrik Ibsen
13. "Okay. how about that time when you smoked all that weed that you thought was laced with something? You fell into the tub, but you refused to get out because you were convinced that the back of your head was going to fall off?"That third story happened to a guy named Jace in my dorm. Me and Sam and another guy in our hall took turns reading "Paradise Lost" through the locked door. I think it made him more paranoid, though." "That's not true," he says. "Well, he *seemed* more paranoid to me," I say. "And he still gets a little weired out when any one mentions angels."
Author: Holly Black
14. "Nobody has ever denied that when it comes to his trade - gigolo - John Forbes Kerry is one of the all-time greats. He's in the Gigolo Hall of Fame. See, a really good gigolo might snag one heiress in a lifetime with a nine-figure trust fund. Kerry has married two. When it comes to gigolos, he's Steve Jobs."
Author: Howie Carr
15. "Hun ba for de døde og sendte lykkønskningsbrev til de levende hver gang det var bryllup eller barnedåp - akkurat som engelskmennene i koloniene, som drakk seg fulle i all ensomhet hver gang London feiret dronningens fødselsdag."
Author: Irène Némirovsky
16. "Through many a long day you'll be taught That what you once did without thinking, As easy as if it were eating or drinking, Must be done in order: one! two! three! But truly, this though factory of ours Is like some weaver's masterpiece: One treadle stirs a thousand threads, This way and that the shuttles whistle, Threads flow invisibly, one ... Read morestroke Ties a thousand knots .... The philosopher steps in And proves to you it had to be so; The first was so, the second was so, And therefore the third and fourth were so. If the first and second hadn't existed, The third and fourth would never have existed. And this is praised by every scholar, But never a one becomes a weaver. To know and describe a living thing You first get rid of all its spirit: Then the parts are all in the palm of your hand, And all that you lack is the spirit that binds them! Encheiresis naturae, chemists call it, And fool themselves and never know it"
Author: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
17. "An Druides be, thanne answere me: whos love in Eire is moste fyn and fre?" Herne"whether in bedde or in feeld do ye meet, Flidais awaiteth your limbes to greet." Atticus"
Author: Kevin Hearne
18. "Hallottam egy keleti uralkodóról, aki azt a feladatot rótta bölcseire, hogy találjanak fel neki egy olyan mondatot, mely minden idokben s minden helyzetben igaz és alkalmas. S ok e szavakat tárták elé: "És ez is elmúlik egyszer." (Kurt Vonnegut: Idoomlás /r./)"
Author: Kurt Vonnegut
19. "Most white people in Midland City were insecurewhen they spoke, so they kept their sentences short and their wordssimple, in order to keep embarrassing mistakes to a minimum.Dwayne certainly did that. Patty certainly did that.This was because their English teachers would wince and cover theirears and give them flunking grades and so on whenever they failed tospeak like English aristocrats before the First World War. Also: theywere told that they were unworthy to speak or write their language ifthey couldn't love or understand incomprehensible novels and poemsand plays about people long ago and far away, such as Ivanhoe.The black people would not put up with this. They went on talkingEnglish every which way. They refused to read books they couldn'tunderstand—on the grounds they couldn't understand them. Theywould ask such impudent questions as, "Whuffo I want to read no Taleof Two Cities? Whuffo?"
Author: Kurt Vonnegut
20. "Bathsheba looked at Benedict. "You never told me they were matchmaking.""He didn't notice!" said his father before Benedict could answer. "He didn't notice handsome young misses of unexceptionable family. He didn't notice beautiful heiresses. We tried bluestockings. We tried country girls. We tried everything. He didn't notice! But Bathsheba Winngate, the most notorious woman in all of England, he noticed.""We notorious women tend to stand out," she said."
Author: Loretta Chase
21. "Oh, don't I wish I could manage things for you as I do for my heroines! You're pretty enough and good enough already, so I'd have some rich relation leave you a fortune unexpectedly; then you'd dash out as an heiress, scorn everyone who has slighted you, go abroad, and como home my Lady Something in a blaze of splendor and elegance."
Author: Louisa May Alcott
22. "Um artista pode sofrer muito, ser muito infeliz até à morte. Acredito mesmo que entre os artistas se enfileirem alguns dos grandes desgraçados da terra. No entanto, na desventura dum artista - por amarga que ela tenha sido - brilhou sempre um raio de sol. A sua desgraça não foi com certeza a duma existência vazia e desoladora - que é a maior e mais real miséria deste mundo."
Author: Mário De Sá Carneiro
23. "When an American heiress wants to buy a man, she at once crosses the Atlantic. The only really materialistic people I have ever met have been Europeans."
Author: Mary McCarthy
24. "As fi vrut sa pastrez doar creierul primitiv, sa ma topesc de dragoste si sa ma invinetesc de ura, sa salivez, sa gafai, sa tusesc, sa stranut, sa sughit, sa-mi bata inima si sa-mi filtrez sangele prin rinichi si sa-mi omor microbii in limfa, totul impreuna cu toti, cu grupul, cu gasca sau cu familia sau cu neamul sau cu specia sau cu lumea vie sau cu Dumnezeirea, doar sa nu mai traiesc schizofrenia gandirii, acest mizerabil pseudonim pentru singuratate."
Author: Mircea Cărtărescu
25. "Pâna ?i lectura are o func?ie mitologica, nu numai pentru ca înlocuie?te rostirea miturilor în societa?ile arhaice ?i literatura orala, care se mai pastreaza în comunita?ile rurale din Europa, ci mai ales pentru ca îi permite omului midern o „ie?ire din timp", asemanatoare cu cea înlesnita de mituri (...) omul modern este proiectat, prin lectura, în afara duratei sale personale ?i integrat altor ritmuri, traind într-o alta „istorie"."
Author: Mircea Eliade
26. "Ao contemplar uma pintura de grandes proporções, sentimo-nos empolgados por estar na presença de tudo ao mesmo tempo e queremos entrar no quadro. Quando estamos no meio de um volumoso romance, sentimos o estonteante prazer de estar num mundo que não conseguimos ver em sua inteireza. Para ver tudo temos de constantemente transformar os momentos separados em quadros mentais. É esse processo de transformação que torna a leitura de um romance uma tarefa mais pessoal, mais colaborativa que a contemplação de um quadro."
Author: Orhan Pamuk
27. "La heradera del dia destruida.(The heiress of the destroyed day.)"
Author: Pablo Neruda
28. "A true heiress is never mean to anyone - except a girl who steals your boyfriend."
Author: Paris Hilton
29. "No pedagogy which is truly liberating can remain distant from the oppressed by treating them as unfortunates and by presenting for their emulation models from among the oppressors. The oppressed must be their own example in the struggle for their redemption (Freire, 1970, p. 54)."
Author: Paulo Freire
30. "TEIRESIAS:You have your eyes but see not where you arein sin, nor where you live, nor whom you live with.Do you know who your parents are? Unknowingyou are enemy to kith and kinin death, beneath the earth, and in this life."
Author: Sophocles
31. "TEIRESIAS:I tell you, king, this man, this murderer(whom you have long declared you are in search of,indicting him in threatening proclamationas murderer of Laius)- he is here.In name he is a stranger among citizensbut soon he will be shown to be a citizentrue native Theban, and he'll have no joyof the discovery: blindness for sightand beggary for riches his exchange,he shall go journeying to a foreign countrytapping his way before him with a stick.He shall be proved father and brother bothto his own children in his house; to herthat gave him birth, a son and husband both;a fellow sower in his father's bedwith that same father that he murdered.Go within, reckon that out, and if you find memistaken, say I have no skill in prophecy."
Author: Sophocles
32. "We owned a garden on a hill,We planted rose and daffodil,Flowers that English poets sing,And hoped for glory in the Spring.We planted yellow hollyhocks,And humble sweetly-smelling stocks,And columbine for carnival,And dreamt of Summer's festival.And Autumn not to be outdoneAs heiress of the summer sun,Should doubly wreathe her tawny headWith poppies and with creepers red.We waited then for all to grow,We planted wallflowers in a row.And lavender and borage blue, -Alas! we waited, I and you,But love was all that ever grew."
Author: Vita Sackville West

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To see, in some measure, like God. His love and His knowledge are not distinct from one another, nor from Him. We could almost say He sees because He loves, and therefore loves although He sees."
Author: C.S. Lewis

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