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1. "Presurosa una muchacha vino a mí una nocheImpaciente por huir de su inocencia.Cuando caminaba, su cuerpo le dijo al viento,Si fueras serio, así es como deberías agitarLas ramas."
Author: Abdullah Ibn Al Mu'tazz
2. "It is with our passions, as it is with fire and water, they are good servants but bad masters."
Author: Aesop
3. "Escribes poemasporque necesitasun lugaren donde sea lo que no es"
Author: Alejandra Pizarnik
4. "All falsehood is a mask; and however well made the mask may be, with a little attention we may always succeed in distinguishing it from the true face.."
Author: Alexandre Dumas
5. "We were meant to survive because of our minds' ability to reason, our ability to live with frustration in order to maintain our virtue. We wore smiling masks while dying inside."
Author: Anchee Min
6. "Yasadigim her seyi bir karinca gibi yuvarlaya yuvarlaya ona tasimayi düsünüyordum hala, kis için, o bitmek bilmez kis için ve önümüzdeki kislar için, tursu kurmadan, reçel yapmadan, masal anlatmadan çikaramayacagimiz kislar için."
Author: Baris Biçakçi
7. "It gives me vertigo to watch TV dramas."
Author: Bruno Heller
8. "It brings back a long-forgotten memory of Christmas, the year I turned six. I was supposed to be in bed, but I was up waiting and watching for my father or Santa Claus, whoever came first."
Author: Carolee Dean
9. "Nathan had never liked anger. It seemed a barbaric and undignified emotion. He knew it always masked fear or hurt, and had often wished everyone could simply be sensible enough to cut out the middleman."
Author: Catherine Ryan Hyde
10. "Junto dela nunca tive nem uma hora de felicidade, mas, mesmo assim, meu espírito, durante as vinte e quatro horas do dia, ainda desejava a felicidade de tê-la junto de mim até a morte."
Author: Charles Dickens
11. "Sung to the tune of O Christmas TreeO woe is me,O woe is me,I used to have a hamster tree,But it was eaten by a newt,And now I have no cuddly fruit,O woe is me,O woe is me,I used to have a hamster tree!"
Author: Clive Barker
12. "The mother tongue of politicians is that of ancient Babylon: a language designed to severely limit discourse within a tower of praise to elitism, a language carried on breath's reeking of the fecal matter from their paymasters"
Author: Dean Cavanagh
13. "Begini rasanya jika akan segera beranjak meninggalkan Masjidil Haram dan Ka'bah.Kubiarkan diriku tenggelam dalam rasa rindu yang merasuk sblm lagi benar2 jauh dr yg dirindukan."
Author: Dian Nafi
14. "A disciple came to the celebrated Master of the Good Name with a question. "Rabbi, how are we to distinguish between a true master and a fake?" And the master of the good name said, "When you meet a person who poses as a master, ask him a question: whether he knows how to purify your thoughts. If he says that he knows, then he is a fake."
Author: Elie Wiesel
15. "I always wear something slightly masculine."
Author: Evangeline Lilly
16. "Mas nós assoamos nossos sonhos e os jogamos no lixo para que não nos atrapalhem ao atropelarmos nosso íntimo com sexo hostil, amizade nociva e família original de fábrica."
Author: Filipe Russo
17. "Ought we not to love dearly the neighbor, who truly represents to us the sacred Person of our Master? And is this not one of the most powerful motives we could have for loving each other with an ardently burning love?"
Author: Francis De Sales
18. "A woman cannot be herself in the society of the present day, which is an exclusively masculine society, with laws framed by men and with judicial system that judges feminine conduct from a masculine point of view."
Author: Henrik Ibsen
19. "Birini ölümüne kirdiysan ve bu tamir edemeyecegin bir seyse sen de orta yerinden kirilmissin demektir. Farkinda olmasan da..."
Author: Hüsnü Arkan
20. "Kate, perhaps you need to explain to your significant other that he is in no position to give me orders. Last time I checked, his title was Beast Lord, which is a gentle euphemism for a man who strips nude at night and runs around through the woods hunting small woodland creatures. I'm a premier Master of the Dead. I will go where I please."
Author: Ilona Andrews
21. "Barry had done it with her, the girl I loved, and it had meant nothing to him; Tanya would die and no one would care; and there were billions of bodies alive on earth and they would all be buried and ground into dirt; and Picasso was a master at age sixteen and I was a perfect shit."
Author: James Franco
22. "When love first happens, the individuals are giving each other energy unconsciously and both people feel buoyant and elated. That's the incredible high we call being ‘in love.' Unfortunately, once they expect this feeling to come from another person, they cut themselves off from the energy in the universe and begin to rely even more on the energy from each other--only now there doesn't seem to be enough and so they stop giving each other energy and fall back into their dramas in an attempt to control each other and force the other's energy their way."
Author: James Redfield
23. "Eurasia ended up with the most domesticated animal species in part because it's the world's largest land mass and offered the most wild species to begin with."
Author: Jared Diamond
24. "Al principio eran ninfas de blancos brazos y turgentes pechos que seducían a los hombres; pero luego, cuando cundió la voz y los jóvenes ya no eran tan incautos de dejarse dominar por la lujuria, las náyades se mostraban en su verdadera forma, y de las aguas surgían largos brazos cubiertos de escamas verdes que arrastraban a sus presas a las honduras de los ríos y los estanques para ahogarlos."
Author: Javier Negrete
25. "Despite having built his own movement with little help from Moscow, the new Chinese leader was a dedicated Marxist-Leninist who was more than ready to defer to Stalin as the head of the international communist movement. The new China, he announced in June, 1949, must ally "with the Soviet Union, . . . and with the proletariat and broad masses of the people in all other countries, and form an international united front. . . . We must lean to one side."53"
Author: John Lewis Gaddis
26. "Aku berasal dari budaya yang mengaku menghormati hak asasi manusia, tapi menikmati materialisme yang dibangun atas dasar eksploitasi buruh di negara lain. Aku hidup dalam sebuah bangsa yang populasinya berjumlah 5 persen dari penduduk dunia, tapi mengkonsumsi 25 persen sumber daya dunia. Sebuah masyarakat yang mendukung prinsip ekologis tapi menyumbang 30 persen populasi terburuk di dunia."
Author: John Perkins
27. "Several centuries ago it was believed that the fly agaric, combined with the bufotenin–containing mucus of toads, was an ingredient of witches' brews, which made flying on their broomsticks possible. Even Santa Claus and Father Christmas are connected to Fly Agaric and their reindeer, which, by the way, like their portion of fly agarics and 'living' water."
Author: John Rush
28. "At graduation, I assumed I'd be in publishing, but first I went to England and got a master's degree in English Literature. And then I came back to New York and had a series of publishing jobs, the way one does."
Author: Joseph Kanon
29. "Pero el amor, esa palabra... Moralista Horacio, temeroso de pasiones sin una razón de aguas hondas, desconcertado y arisco en la ciudad donde el amor se llama con todos los nombres de todas las calles, de todas las casas, de todos los pisos, de todas las habitaciones, de todas las camas, de todos los sueños, de todos los olvidos o los recuerdos. Amor mío, no te quiero por vos ni por mí ni por los dos juntos, no te quiero porque la sangre me llame a quererte, te quiero porque no sos mía, porque estás del otro lado, ahí donde me invitás a saltar y no puedo dar el salto, porque en lo más profundo de la posesión no estás en mí, no te alcanzo, no paso de tu cuerpo, de tu risa, hay horas en que me atormenta que me ames (cómo te gusta usar el verbo amar, con qué cursilería lo vas dejando caer sobre los platos y las sábanas y los autobuses), me atormenta tu amor que no me sirve de puente porque un puente no se sostiene de un solo lado..."
Author: Julio Cortázar
30. "Well, you look weird. New pajamas? Did somebody exhume you last night?" -- Kiwi, Swamplandia!"
Author: Karen Russell
31. "The contents of the massive banks behind these successive revetments makes it quite clear that the material was derived from the incorporation of earlier occupation levels."
Author: Kathleen Kenyon
32. "In the Catskills, nostalgia runs backwards. The upwardly mobile Jewish masses of the 1950s and 1960s have been replaced by the Jews of 19th century Poland."
Author: Kevin Haworth
33. "Throughout the years I have tried to hone my skills to gain mastery over the music in my head."
Author: Kip Winger
34. "It's like, on my solo stuff, every single person who buys the record, gets it. On the other stuff, the masses... when you have a hit on the radio, not everyone's going to get it. They are going to buy it for the hit."
Author: Kip Winger
35. "I have a son, Mason, who is disabled - cerebral palsy - and he does not walk independently, sit independently or speak. He uses a talking computer. I started becoming an advocate for him when he was 3 years old."
Author: Laura San Giacomo
36. "Ele só teve um momento de frieza, com o Dr. Cottard: vendo-o piscar o olho e sorrir-lhe com um ar ambíguo antes que se tivessem falado (mímica que Cottard chamava de "deixar fluir"), Swann acreditou que o médico o conheci sem dúvida por ter estado com ele em algum lugar de prazer, embora ele mesmo os frequentasse muito pouco, nunca tendo vivido no mundo da farra. Considerando a alusão de mau gosto, sobretudo na presença de Odette, que poderia fazer dele uma ideia falsa, simulou um ar glacial. Mas quando soube que a dama que se encontrava a seu lado era a sra. Cottard, pensou que um marido tão jovem não teria pensado em fazer alusão, diante de sua mulher, a divertimento desse tipo, e deixou de atribuir ao ar cúmplice do médico o significado que temia."
Author: Marcel Proust
37. "That which rules within, when it is according to nature, will always adapt itself easily to that which is possible and is presented to it. For it requires no definite material, in moving toward its purpose, but rather certain conditions; and it makes a material for itself out of that which opposes it, as a great fire lays hold of a mass that would have extinguished a tiny flame: when the fire is strong, it soon appropriates to itself the matter that is heaped on it and consumes it, rising higher by means of this very material."
Author: Marcus Aurelius
38. "Somos donos de nossos actos,mas não donos de nossos sentimentos;Somos culpados pelo que fazemos,mas não somos culpados pelo que sentimos; Podemos prometer actos, mas não podemos prometer sentimentos...Actos sao pássaros engailoados, sentimentos são pássaros em voo"
Author: Mario Quintana
39. "Credinta zugraveste icoanele-n biserici -Si-n sufletu-mi pusese povestile-i feerici,Dar de-ale vietii valuri, de al furtunii pasAbia conture triste si umbre-au mai ramas.În van mai caut lumea-mi în obositul creier,Caci ragusit, tomnatec, vrajeste trist un greier;Pe inima-mi pustie zadarnic mâna-mi tiu,Ea bate ca si cariul încet într-un sicriu.Si când gândesc la viata-mi, îmi pare ca ea curaÎncet repovestita de o straina gura,Ca si când n-ar fi viata-mi, ca si când n-as fi fost.Cine-i acel ce-mi spune povestea pe de rostDe-mi tin la el urechea - si râd de câte-ascultCa de dureri straine?... Parc-am murit de mult."
Author: Mihai Eminescu
40. "I have a strange combination of fearlessness and massive insecurity."
Author: Penny Marshall
41. "My words, my writing, my actions—these have never been for myself alone, either directly or indirectly. There is no such thing as an artist who creates art only for himself. That is masturbation."
Author: Pramoedya Ananta Toer
42. "A department store two days before Christmas Eve is like a city in a state of siege...."
Author: Rachel Cohn
43. "My eighth grade teacher, Mrs. Pabst, had done her master's thesis on Tolkien. She showed me how the trilogy was patterned after Norse mythology. She was also the first person to encourage me to submit stories for publication. The idea of writing a fantasy based on myths never left me, and many years later, this would lead me to write Percy Jackson."
Author: Rick Riordan
44. " else could Demandred explain the skill of the enemy general? Only a man with the experience of an ancient was so masterly at the dance of battlefields. At their core, many battle tactics were simple. Avoid being flanked, meet heavy force with pikes, infantry with a well-trained line, channelers with other channelers. And yet, the finesse of it...the little details...these took centuries to master. No man from this Age had lived long enough to learn the details with such care."
Author: Robert Jordan
45. "So to recap: we may or may not be going to war with Iraq because Saddam may or may not have weapons of mass destruction, which he may or may not use, or pass to other terrorists groups with whom he may or may not have links."
Author: Rory Bremner
46. "Christmas works like glue, it keeps us all sticking together."
Author: Rosie Thomas
47. "TThis is a sappy way to put it, but the Winthrop who warns Williams is the Winthrop I fell in love with, the Winthrop Cotton Mather celebrates for sharing his firewood with the needy, the winthrop who scolds Thomas Dudley for overcharging the poor, the winthrop of 'Christian Charity,' who called for 'enlargement toward others' and 'brotherly affection,' admonishing that 'if thy brother be in want and thou canst help him...if thou lovest God thou must help him."
Author: Sarah Vowell
48. "Turn a major mistake into a master mentor, learn from it."
Author: Stella Payton
49. "In some ways grief anonymizes as powerfully as a Greek tragedy mask."
Author: Tana French
50. "For decades, Americans have experienced a populist uprising that only benefits the people it is supposed to be targeting.... The angry workers, mighty in their numbers, are marching irresistibly against the arrogant. They are shaking their fists at the sons of privilege. They are laughing at the dainty affectations of the Leawoof toffs. They are massing at the gates of Mission Hills, hoisting the black flag, and while the millionaires tremble in their mansions, they are bellowing out their terrifying demands. 'We are here,' they scream, 'to cut your taxes."
Author: Thomas Frank

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It is not man who is the enemy of the human species. It is the irrational; it is the spiritual when it is divorced from the material; from the lesson in one beating heart or one bleeding vein."
Author: Anne Rice

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