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1. "Champions do not become champions when they win the event, but in the hours, weeks, months and years they spend preparing for it. The victorious performance itself is merely the demonstration of their championship character."
Author: Alan Armstrong
2. "Music is, of course, a universal emotional experience, cutting across cultures and languages. I studied piano for ten years as a child and consider that experience one of the most valuable in my life."
Author: Alan Lightman
3. "-Tendrían que vigilarlo esta noche. ¿Tiene familia?-Yo no le conozco ninguna. Pero puedo velarlo yo mismo.Grand movía la cabeza.-Tenga usted en cuenta que a él tampoco puedo decir que lo conozca.Pero debemos ayudarnos unos a otros."
Author: Albert Camus
4. "Democracy is, among other things, the ability to say 'no' to the boss. But a man cannot say 'no' to the boss, unless he is sure of being able to eat when the boss's favour has been withdrawn."
Author: Aldous Huxley
5. "Patriarchy demands of men that they become and remain emotional cripples. Since it is a system that denies men full access to their freedom of will, it is difficult for any man of any class to rebel against patriarchy, to be disloyal to the patriarchal parent, be that parent female or male."
Author: Bell Hooks
6. "For comprehensive Earth action, an all-of-the-Earth representative democracy is required. That is, a global parliament."
Author: Bob Brown
7. "Pero todos debemos tener mucho cuidado con nuestro genio, teniendo en cuenta las dificultades que debemos afRontar."
Author: C.S. Lewis
8. "When a court officer suggested quarantine for Nerissa, she grabbed the man's pen and jammed it into the back of his hand, screaming that he was a Crimson Guard witch come to remove her memories and replace them with bird-song.They decided to skip quarantine after that."
Author: Caitlin Kittredge
9. "... he was juggling issues and solving problems, which was why his brain had no space left for memories."
Author: Candace Bushnell
10. "We drive down the road in complete silence for a few miles listening to 50 Cent. As soon as he tells us that he's into having sex, he ain't into making love, Casey turns the volume down and begins telling me the following information: " I love you so much. We're going to have the best life together. I can't wait." Every word she says makes me feel a little more like faking a stroke and pretending to lose all memory of who I was, but it's not until she looks me in the eye and says in all seriousness, "You're my soul mate," that I realize I am not going to marry her."
Author: Chad Kultgen
11. "If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed, which could not possibly have been formed by numerous, successive, slight modifications, my theory would absolutely break down. But I can find no such case."
Author: Charles Darwin
12. "Look at any city through the right memories and it could become a graveyard as haunted as a former battlefield."
Author: Christopher Rice
13. "Social Democratic and trade union organs have approved of the illegal invasion of Belgium, of the massacre of suspected guerrillas, as well as their wives and children, as well as the destruction of their homes in various towns and districts."
Author: Clara Zetkin
14. "To every hour, its mystery. At dawn, the riddles of life and light. At noon, the conundrums of solidity. At three, in the hum and heat of the day, a phantom moon, already high. At dusk, memory. And at midnight? Oh, then the enigma of time itself; of a day that will never come again passing into history while we sleep."
Author: Clive Barker
15. "As Peter Berger has noted, the strategy of apologizing for Christian faith by trying to demonstrate its social utility is always eventually self-liquidating. Sooner of later people realize that a great many of the supposedly practical and secular benefits of the Christian religion can be had more easily without religion...The logic of practical atheism may well be more deeply ingrained in the evangelical tradition than conservatives perhaps have realized."
Author: Craig M. Gay
16. "I have a terrible memory."
Author: Dorothy Allison
17. "We may be a nation of Democrats, Independents, and Republicans, but first and foremost we are all human beings and Americans."
Author: Emanuel Cleaver
18. "Through the practice of meditation, when the mind is quieted and the emotions are calmed, the Soul shines forth in all of its glory."
Author: Genevieve Gerard
19. "Nothing so difficult as a beginning In poesy, unless perhaps the end; For oftentimes when Pegasus seems winning The race, he sprains a wing, and down we tend, Like Lucifer when hurled from Heaven for sinning; Our sin the same, and hard as his to mend, Being Pride, which leads the mind to soar too far, Till our own weakness shows us what we are. But Time, which brings all beings to their level, And sharp Adversity, will teach at last Man,—and, as we would hope,—perhaps the Devil, That neither of their intellects are vast: While Youth's hot wishes in our red veins revel, We know not this—the blood flows on too fast; But as the torrent widens towards the Ocean, We ponder deeply on each past emotion."
Author: George Gordon Byron
20. "Los niños creen que nada les puede hacer daño – le susurraron al oído sus temores-. Los adultos saben que si."
Author: George R.R. Martin
21. "-Tienes el don de hacer reír a los hombres- dijo la septa Lemore a Tyrion mientras secaba los dedos de sus pies. -Deberías estar agradecido al Padre de arriba. Otorga dones a sus hijos. -Es cierto- asintió gratamente. "Y cuando muera, por favor que entierren conmigo una ballesta, así podré agradecer al Padre de arriba por sus dones de la misma manera que agradecí al padre de abajo"."
Author: George R.R. Martin
22. "The best Qualification of a Prophet is to have a good Memory."
Author: George Savile
23. "When distinction of any kind, even intellectual distinction, is somehow resented as a betrayal of the American spirit of equal opportunity for all, the result must be just this terror of individualistic impulses setting us apart, either above or below our neighbours; just this determination to obey without questioning and to subscribe with passion to the conventions and traditions. The dilemma becomes a very real one: How can this sense of democratic equality be made compatible with respect for exceptional personalities or great minds? How can democracy, as we understand it today, with its iron repression of the free spirit, its monotonous standardisation of everything, learn to cherish an intellectual aristocracy without which any nation runs the risk of becoming a civilisation of the commonplace and the second-rate?"
Author: Harold Edmund Stearns
24. "Gifts are very useful to con men. Gifts create a feeling of debt, an itchy anxiety that the recipient is eager to be rid of by repaying. So eager, in fact, that people will often overpay just to be relieved of it. A single spontaneously given cup of coffee can make a person feel obligated to sit through a lecture on a religion they don't care about. The gift of a tiny, wilted flower can make the recipient give to a charity they dislike. Gifts place such a heavy burden that even throwing away the gift doesn't remove the debt. Even if you hate coffee, even if you didn't want that flower, once you take it, you want to give something back. Most of all, you want to dismiss obligation."
Author: Holly Black
25. "We should encourage governments to be sustained by citizens' taxes - that is, democracies. Democracies will be enduring allies of America."
Author: Iqbal Quadir
26. "No heredé los poderes psíquicos de mi abuela, pero ella me abrió la mente a los misterios del mundo. Acepto quecualquier cosa es posible. Ella sostenía que existen múltiples dimensiones de la realidad y no es prudente confiar sólo en la razón y en nuestros limitados sentidos para entender la vida; existen otras herramientas de percepción, como el instinto, la imaginación, los sueños, las emociones, la intuición. Me introdujo al realismo mágico mucho antes que el llamado boom de la literatura latinoamericana lo pusiera de moda."
Author: Isabel Allende
27. "Voldemort is playing a very clever game. Declaring himself might have provoked open rebellion. Remaining masked has created confusion, uncertainty, and fear."
Author: J.K. Rowling
28. "One felt as if there was an enormous well behind them. Filled up with ages of memory and long, slow, steady thinking; but their surface was sparkling with the present : like sun shimmering on the outer leaves of a vast tree, or on the ripples of a very deep lake. I don't know, but I t felt as if something that grew in the ground—asleep, you might say, or just feeling itself as something between roof-tip and leaf-tip, between deep earth and sky had suddenly waked up, and was considering you with the same slow care that it had given to its own inside affairs for endless years."
Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
29. "Don't vote for a Democrat or Republican, I have never voted for one in my life and I never will."
Author: Jesse Ventura
30. "I feel like I'm dropping such a long way down again." "I seem to be dropping into a cold dark wet place, where no one's been before and noone can every follow. There's no future there; just a past that sometimes fools you into thinking it's the future. It's the most alone place you can ever be and, when you go there, you not only cease to exist in real life, you also cease to exist in their consciousness and in their memories."
Author: John Marsden
31. "Dormir, según se sabe, es el mas secreto de nuestros actos. Le dedicamos una tercera parte de nuestra vida y no lo comprendemos. Para algunos no es otra cosa que el eclipse de nuestra vigilia; para otros, un estado más complejo, que abarca a un tiempo el ayer, el ahora y el mañana; para otros, una no interrumpida serie de sueños."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
32. "Y allá en el fondo está la muerte si no corremos y llegamos antes y comprendemos que ya no importa."
Author: Julio Cortázar
33. "Una persona sin sueños es alguien tan pequeño... Tan pequeño, tan inútil... Da pena ver a una persona que sólo tiene lo cotidiano, la realidad de lo cotidiano. Es como un árbol sin hojas. Hay que poner hojas en los árboles. Pegarles un montón de hojas para que se conviertan en árboles altos y hermosos. Y si por casualidad hay hojas que caen, se añaden otras. Más y más, sin desanimarse... Las almas respiran en el sueño. La grandeza del hombre se cuela en el sueño. Hoy ya no respiramos, nos ahogamos. Hemos suprimido los sueños, como hemos suprimido el alma y el Cielo..."
Author: Katherine Pancol
34. "I went through so many things personally, emotionally and mentally during that time off that I know that I'm better for it now and I think I'm a better athlete because of that."
Author: Libby Trickett
35. "Indifference is the worst kind of response when love is expressed. Hate is not the antithesis of love; it's the nonexistence of feeling, a pervasive apathy. When hate is present, so is love. It's passion gone sour and fueled by pain, but, nonetheless, it's passion and love is apparently still alive. Yet when indifference seeps into our spirits, an emotional numbness and permitted scotoma takes the place of any passion – whether it's love or hate – and resigns in a new state of being."
Author: M.B. Dallocchio
36. "Memoir is not an act of history but an act of memory, which is innately corrupt."
Author: Mary Karr
37. "Instead he thinks up the worst ending imaginable: Hemingway has Catherine die fromhemorrhaging after their child is stillborn. It is the most torturous ending I have everexperienced and probably will ever experience in literature, movies, or even television.I am crying so hard at the end, partly for the characters, yes, but also because Nikkiactually teaches this book to children. I cannot imagine why anyone would want toexpose impressionable teenagers to such a horrible ending. Why not just tell high schoolstudents that their struggle to improve themselves is all for nothing?"
Author: Matthew Quick
38. "David Vitter is a perfect case-study to demonstrate that Louisiana voters lack brains."
Author: Michel Templet
39. "Venuta la sera, mi ritorno a casa ed entro nel mio scrittoio; e in sull'uscio mi spoglio quella veste cotidiana, piena di fango e di loto, e mi metto panni reali e curiali; e rivestito condecentemente, entro nelle antique corti delli antiqui huomini, dove, da loro ricevuto amorevolmente, mi pasco di quel cibo che solum è mio e ch'io nacqui per lui; dove io non mi vergogno parlare con loro e domandarli della ragione delle loro azioni; e quelli per loro humanità mi rispondono; e non sento per quattro hore di tempo alcuna noia, sdimentico ogni affanno, non temo la povertà, non mi sbigottisce la morte: tutto mi transferisco in loro."
Author: Niccolò Machiavelli
40. "You get fifteen democrats in a room, and you get twenty opinions."
Author: Patrick Leahy
41. "Every word I write is like a drop of my blood. If it's flowed passionately and long, I need time to recover from the emotion spent before I began a new story. My characters are my life. I have to respectfully and carefully move between them."
Author: Red Haircrow
42. "Just because I'm Native American doesn't mean I can track furniture through the wilderness." She deepened her voice: "‘Yes, kemosabe. A three-legged table passed this way an hour ago.' Heck, I don't know."
Author: Rick Riordan
43. "What our men and women in uniform are doing is providing for the Iraqi people and other surrounding nations the opportunity to see, to taste and to experience the democracy that equals freedom and ultimately justice."
Author: Robin Hayes
44. "Our minds and memories are crowded with the common experience of nature."
Author: Sadie Jones
45. "The healthy man is the thin man. But you don't need to go hungry for it: Remove the flours, starches and sugars; that's all."
Author: Samael Aun Weor
46. "I have angel wings and a halo on my wrist, which I got done on my 30th birthday in memory of my brother."
Author: Sheridan Smith
47. "La clemencia es la mayor demostración de valentía."
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
48. "1. Is anything impossible for the grace of God? Suppose you bring a light into a room that has been dark a thousand years; does it remove the darkness little by little? The room is lighted all at once. Intense renunciation is what is needed."
Author: Sri Ramakrishna
49. "Snaketail what art thou doing?" called Voldemort. Then . . . he started coming! We could hear his high heels clacking to us. So we got on our broomsticks and we flew to Hogwarts. We went to my room. Vampire went away. There I started crying."
Author: Tara Gilesbie
50. "[n regard to Jesus believing himself inspired]This belief carried no more personal imputation than the belief of Socrates that he was under the care and admonition of a guardian demon. And how many of our wisest men still believe in the reality of these inspirations while perfectly sane on all other subjects (Works, Vol. iv, p. 327)."
Author: Thomas Jefferson

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