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1. "In my search to find myself, I'd found so much more. I knew now why I wanted to live. I understood love. I had found it."
Author: Abbi Glines
2. "There are no more deserts. There are no more islands. Yet thereis a need for them. In order to understand the world, one has to turnaway from it on occasion; in order to serve men better, one has tohold them at a distance for a time. But where can one find thesolitude necessary to vigor, the deep breath in which the mindcollects itself and courage gauges its strength?"
Author: Albert Camus
3. "You broke up with him," a combination Effie-Carmen voice in her head reminded her."But that didn't mean you were allowed to stop loving me," she felt like saying to him."
Author: Ann Brashares
4. "Inevitably, people tell me that poor folks are lazy or unintelligent, that they are somehow deserving of their poverty. However, if you begin to look at the sociological literature on poverty, a more complex picture emerges. Poverty and unemployment are part and parcel of our economic order. Without them, capitalism would cease to function effectively, and in order to continue to function, the system itself must produce poverty and an army of underemployed or unemployed people."
Author: Bob Torres
5. "I frequently compose out the entire metric structure of a piece in modified cyclic form, where each cyclic revolution undergoes some form of 'variation' much as if measure lengths were concrete musical 'material.'"
Author: Brian Ferneyhough
6. "Along with this total abandonment must go a complete acceptance of God's will with equanimity and resignation. No matter what troubles and ills come our way, they are to be willingly and indeed joyously endured since they come from God, and God knows what He is doing.This trust must be unreserved with no thought of reward, but inevitably God will reward the person who so believes and endures with graces and treasures far beyond any sacrifices or offerings he or she has made since He is infinitely good. Also, God never tests us beyond our ability to endure and, as a matter of fact, bestows on us graces that will enable us to endure as we show our acceptance of whatever He sends our way."
Author: Brother Lawrence
7. "No prince had lived in those wretched hovels, no red-robed bishops, only farmers and laborers whose stories no one had written down, and now they were lost, buried under wild thyme and fast growing spurge."
Author: Cornelia Funke
8. "Today, despite different backgrounds, those of us who are willing to respect the traditions and history of this country can join together under one national banner as Australians. This is the kind of unity that the conservative will embrace, not the superficial and divisive 'diversity' talk of the radical, who prefers to constantly re-create the nation according to some momentary fashionable utopian image and denounces all patriotic sentiment as jingoist and bigoted."
Author: Cory Bernardi
9. "If you love freedom, if you think the human condition is dignified by privacy, by the right to be left alone, by the right to explore your weird ideas provided you don't hurt others, then you have common cause with the kids whose web-browsers and cell phones are being used to lock them up and follow them around.If you believe that the answer to bad speech is more speech - not censorship - then you have a dog in the fight.If you believe in a society of laws, a land where our rulers have to tell us the rules, and have to follow them too, then you're part of the same struggle that kids fight when they argue for the right to live under the same Bill of Rights that adults have."
Author: Cory Doctorow
10. "Good gods, you look like cold shit." Ghleanna gazed at her brother and again wondered why she hadn't smashed his bloody egg when she had the chance. Her mother would have eventually forgiven her."Thank you, brother. And you look fat and happy. Having an easy time of it here, are you?" "Fat? Fat?" He speared the moaning human at his feet. "How dare you! My human form is in fighting trim, you callous cow." "If you say so."
Author: G.A. Aiken
11. "You can't rely on luck. I've had some stages in my career where I've said we're going to wing it, and we've always ended up in trouble."
Author: George Thorogood
12. "But the French writers always had more originality and independence than others, and that regulator, which elsewhere was religion, long since ceased to exist for them."
Author: Henryk Sienkiewicz
13. "Thanks to our present surgical methods in physiology we can demonstrate at any time almost all phenomena of digestion without the loss of even a single drop of blood, without a single scream from the animal undergoing the experiment."
Author: Ivan Pavlov
14. "While traditionalism can thwart the planners and molders of industry, education, and society in general, fatalism can so stultify a people that passive resignation becomes the approved norm, and acceptance of undesirable conditions becomes the way of life."
Author: Jack E. Weller
15. "Modernism in other arts brought extreme difficulty. In poetry, the characteristic difficulty imported under the name of modernism was obscurity. But obscurity could just as easily be a quality of metrical as of free verse."
Author: James Fenton
16. "It will be of little avail to the people, that the laws are made by men of their own choice, if the laws be so voluminous that they cannot be read, or so incoherent that they cannot be understood; if they be repealed or revised before they are promulgated, or undergo such incessant changes that no man, who knows what the law is today, can guess what it will be to-morrow."
Author: James Madison
17. "My ideas flow so rapidly that I have not time to express them--by which means my letters sometimes convey no ideas at all to my correspondents."
Author: Jane Austen
18. "Life ... is a burden. The day about to begin is an oppressive weight.... The erect penis is heavy, even heavier the hanging one. Even the most tender breast has to be dragged along."
Author: Jean Améry
19. "Why shouldn't Mom trust me, Dad" Why are you so determined to make me out to be the bad guy all the time?" I stared at the side of his face, willing him to make eye contact. He didn't. "I've been doing really good late and you don't even care.""Yet you still managed to get into trouble tonight," he said."You have no idea what happened tonight," I said, my voice ratcheting up a notch. "All you know is that, because I was involved, I'm somehow guilty of something. You could at least pretend to care, you know. You could at least try to understand."Dad gave a sardonic little laugh. "I'll tell you what I understand," he said. "I understand that when you're left to your own devices you get into trouble, that's what I understand. I understand I was trying to have a happy, restful evening with Briley and once again you screwed it up."
Author: Jennifer Brown
20. "Doc bought a package of yellow pads and two dozen pencils. He laid them out on his desk, the pencils sharpened to needle points and lined up like yellow soldiers. At the top of a page he printed: OBSERVATIONS AND SPECULATIONS. His pencil point broke. He took up another and drew lace around the O and the B, made a block letter of the S and put fish hooks on each end. His ankle itched. He rolled down his sock and scratched, and that made his ear itch. "Someone's talking about me," he said and looked at the yellow pad. He wondered whether he had fed the cotton rats. It is easy to forget when you're thinking."
Author: John Steinbeck
21. "She refused to be one of those girls who fell for a pretty face that just white-washed a total jack-ass underneath. She could ogle, but she would not fall until she knew he deserved her."
Author: Kimberly Kinrade
22. "Toasted almond pancakes. Sweet soft 'okays'. Makin' me laugh more in a few weeks than I have in decades. 'Yes, Daddys' I feel in my dick. The first voicemail you left me, babe. I saved it and I listen to it once a day. If I lose focus, I see you on your back, knees high, legs wide, offering your sweet, wet pussy to me. You smile at me in bed every time you wander outta my bedroom in my shirts, my tees, or your work clothes and honest to Christ, it sets me up for the day. And no matter what shit goes down, I get through it knowin' whichever bed I climb into at night, you're in it ready to snuggle into me or give me what I wanna take. Your girl, a headache. You, never. And in a life that's been full of headaches, babe, having that, there is no price tag. You gotta get it and do it fuckin' now that there's a lotta different kinds of give and take. And you give as good as you get, baby, trust me."
Author: Kristen Ashley
23. "Fraugh!" cried the sleeper, as though he suddenly understood all."Braugh!" he cried, not liking at all what he suddenly understood."Sup-foe!" he said, saying in no uncertain terms what he was going to do about it."Floof!" he cried."
Author: Kurt Vonnegut
24. "She turned to Roy with her gayest expression. He smiled back at her with what Phil called "his deep, black, velvety smile." Yet, she really did not see Roy at all. She was acutely conscious that Gilbert was standing under the palms just across the room talking to a girl who must be Christine Stuart"
Author: L.M. Montgomery
25. "Drums just always sounded like the most fun part of that good music for me."
Author: Levon Helm
26. "They don't get to tell you who I am." His voice is a rough growl, low and tight. "I do. I tell you and I show you, so you get the truth—not their fabrication of it." A muscle in his jaw flexes. "Understand?"
Author: Lisa Renee Jones
27. "Mondhatom, kedves volt magától, kicsikém, hogy arra kérte az abbét, akadályozza meg, hogy ajándékokat küldjek magának. Micsoda csacsiság! Ugyan mit küldök én? Az övénél magasabb hatalom akadályoz meg benne, hogy szívem szerint küldjek; de a vágyat, a szándékot se o, se más nem fogja kiölni belolem soha. Engem oszintén boldoggá tesz mindig, hogy megajándékozhatom, és maga is velem örülhetne inkább, ha ezt az örömet gyakrabban szerezném meg magamnak. A köszönet e módja mindenesetre roppantul tetszett."
Author: Madame De Sévigné
28. "I shook my head at Janco. "I've got the situation under control. Go back to the Keep, I'll meet you there."Janco stared at me in astonished silence. Ari, though, trusted me. "Come on, she doesn't need our help." Ari sheathed his sword. Janco recovered. He flashed me one of his mischievous grins. "I'll bet you a copper that she'll be free in five minutes," he said to Ari.Ari grunted in amusement. "A silver on ten minutes," he countered."I'll bet you both a gold coin that she kills him," Valek saidfrom behind them. They moved aside and he entered, still dressed in his Adviser Ilom disguise. "The only way to take care of your problem. Right, love?"
Author: Maria V. Snyder
29. "Excellent friend! how sincerely did you love me, and endeavour to elevate my mind until it was on a level with your own."
Author: Mary Shelley
30. "Finalmente, la doncella del aguamanil vino, y acabaron de lavar a don Quijote, y luego la que traía las toallas le limpió y le enjugó muy reposadamente; y, haciéndole todas cuatro a la par una grande y profunda inclinación y reverencia,"
Author: Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
31. "Today's businesses can't just use social media; they have to become social businesses,inside and out and from top to bottom. Ultimately, that is the goal of this book: toharness the power of being a social business to become the most highly recommendedorganization in your industry/category/niche."
Author: Paul M. Rand
32. "You know that the beginning is the most important part of any work, especially in the case of a young and tender thing; for that is the time at which the character is being formed and the desired impression is more readily taken....Shall we just carelessly allow children to hear any casual tales which may be devised by casual persons, and to receive into their minds ideas for the most part the very opposite of those which we should wish them to have when they are grown up?We cannot....Anything received into the mind at that age is likely to become indelible and unalterable; and therefore it is most important that the tales which the young first hear should be models of virtuous thoughts...."
Author: Plato
33. "Choose always the way that seems the best, however rough it may be; custom will soon render it easy and agreeable."
Author: Pythagoras
34. "Art is about play and about transcendent meanings, not reducible to politics."
Author: Rachel Kushner
35. "She had wandered so far from the rules of propriety that she was making up new ones just to keep from sinking into the abyss."
Author: Sabrina Jeffries
36. "I lost the ability to fear and panic. Instead I felt practical and causal. I had never known time to pass so acutely before. I sat out through the night with the patrol, watching the bitter glow of stars overhead, listening as the season exhaled and the layers of vegetation shrugged and compressed, like the ashes of burnt wood. On the hills I was aware of every corporeal moment, every cycle of light. I felt every fibre of myself conveying energy, and I understood that it was finite, that the chances I had in life would not come again."
Author: Sarah Hall
37. "Alditha wondered if perhaps the key [to] contentment was not what they had, but seeing the beauty in what they had already been given."
Author: Sarah Holman
38. "On those days when we're not ready to stop being offended, not ready to forgive, still determined to dish out the silent treatment, what we're actually saying is, "Thanks, but I don't want to become more like the Savior today. Maybe tomorrow, but not today." Perhaps those are the times when we need to pray the hardest, the times it becomes clear that a change in behavior is not enough--that we must have a change in nature."
Author: Sheri L. Dew
39. "The man who has known pure joy, if only for a moment ... is the only man for whom affliction is something devastating. At the same time he is the only man who has not deserved the punishment. But, after all, for him it is no punishment; it is God holding his hand and pressing rather hard. For, if he remains constant, what he will discover buried deep under the sound of his own lamentations is the pearl of the silence of God."
Author: Simone Weil
40. "The profundity of Christianity is that Christ is both our redeemer and our judge, not that one is our redeemer and another is our judge, for then we certainly come under judgement, but that the redeemer and the judge are the same."
Author: Søren Kierkegaard
41. "Peeta y yo volvemos a unirnos. Aún hay momentos donde él aprieta la partetrasera de la silla y se sostiene hasta que los recuerdos se han terminado. Yodespierto gritando de pesadillas sobre mutos y niños perdidos. Pero sus brazosestán ahí para confortarme. Y finalmente sus labios. En la noche en que siento esa cosa de nuevo, el hambre que me controló en la playa, sé que esto habría pasado de todas formas. Que lo que necesito para sobrevivir no es el fuego de Gale, encendido por la rabia y el odio. Tengo bastante fuego en mí misma. Lo que necesito es el diente de león en la primavera. El amarillo brillante que significa renacer en vez de destrucción. La promesa de que la vida puede continuar, sin importar lo malo de nuestras pérdidas. Que puede ser buena de nuevo. Y sólo Peeta puede darme eso.Así que después, cuando él susurra:?Tú me amas. ¿Real o no real?Le digo:?Real."
Author: Suzanne Collins
42. "Unreal friendship may turn to real But real friendship, once ended, cannot be mended"
Author: T.S. Eliot
43. "When you go independent, if you fail, you're totally responsible for it. If you succeed, you're totally responsible for it. You are responsibly for who you are... and what you do and what you make."
Author: Tablo
44. "Gran, for the gods' love, it's talk like yours that starts riots!" I said keeping my voice down. "Will you just put a stopper in it?"She looked at me and sighed. "Girl, do you ever take a breath and wonder if folk don't put out bait for you? To see if you'll bite? You'll never get a man if you don't relax."My dear old Gran. It's a wonder her children aren't every one of them as mad as priests, if she mangles their wits as she mangles mine."Granny, "I told her, "this is dead serious. I can't relax, no more than any Dog. I'm not shopping for a man. That's the last thing I need."
Author: Tamora Pierce
45. "Ritual he liked, but compulsory routine he hated. Thus, he resented every minute that he now had to surrender to showering, shampooing, shaving, and flossing and brushing his teeth. If mere men could devise self-defrosting refrigerators and self-cleaning ovens, why couldn't nature, in all its complex, inventive magnificence, have managed to come up with self-cleaning teeth? "There's birth," he grumbled, "there's death, and in between there's maintenance."
Author: Tom Robbins
46. "Thank you, Tempest, for loving me when understanding was too hard. Thank you for understanding when loving me is impossible."
Author: Tracy Deebs
47. "A book won't move your eyes for you like TV or a movie does. A book won't move your mind unless you give it your mind, or your heart unless you put your heart in it. It won't do the work for you. To read a good novel well is to follow it, to act it, to feel it, to become it—everything short of writing it, in fact. Reading is a collaboration, an act of participation. No wonder not everybody is up to it."
Author: Ursula K. Le Guin
48. "Love is like a tree: it grows by itself, roots itself deeply in our being and continues to flourish over a heart in ruin. The inexplicable fact is that the blinder it is, the more tenacious it is. It is never stronger than when it is completely unreasonable."
Author: Victor Hugo
49. "My words itch at your ears till you understand them"
Author: Walt Whitman
50. "Aquí fue donde vi el río por última vez esta mañana, aproximadamente aquí. Más allá del crepúsculo sentía el agua, la olía. Cuando la primavera florecía y llovía se olía por todas partes no se notaba tanto otras veces pero cuando llovía el olor comenzaba a entrar en casa con el crepúsculo o porque al atardecer se intensificase la lluvia o por algo que hubiera en la propia luz pero entonces era cuando el olor se tornaba más intenso hasta que ya en la cama yo pensaba cuándo acabará cuándo acabará."
Author: William Faulkner

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Let the thrill go—let it die away—go on through that period of death into the quieter interest and happiness that follow—and you will find you are living in a world of new thrills all the time."
Author: C.S. Lewis

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