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1. "Men have such a good opinion of themselves, of their mental superiority and intellectual depth; they believe themselves so skilled in discerning the true from the false, the path of safety from those of error, that they should be forbidden as much as possible the perusal of philosophic writings."
Author: Abu Hamid Al Ghazali
2. "Live, then, and be happy, beloved children of my heart, and never forget that until the day when God shall deign to reveal the future to man, all human wisdom is summed up in these two words,—'Wait and hope.'—Your friend, "Edmond Dantes, Count of Monte Cristo." During the perusal of this letter, which"
Author: Alexandre Dumas
3. "I began this book with the intention of concealing nothing, that those who liked might have the benefit of perusing a fellow creature's heart: but we have some thoughts that all the angels in heaven are welcome to behold -- but not our brother-men -- not even the best and kindest amongst them."
Author: Anne Brontë
4. "Do you have a pet bird?' I asked, looking around the room.'Oh, heavens, no. I'd never cage a bird. I can't imagine a worse fate, can you? I bought this cage at a market in Peru several years ago. I hung it here and wired the door open to remind myself how delicious freedom is -- financial and otherwise."
Author: Beth Hoffman
5. "I learned what research was all about as a research student [with] Stoppani ... Max Perutz, and ... Fred Sanger... From them, I always received an unspoken message which in my imagination I translated as 'Do good experiments, and don't worry about the rest."
Author: César Milstein
6. "Master those books you have. Read them thoroughly. Bathe in them until they saturate you. Read and reread them…digest them. Let them go into your very self. Peruse a good book several times and make notes and analyses of it. A student will find that his mental constitution is more affected by one book thoroughly mastered than by twenty books he has merely skimmed. Little learning and much pride comes from hasty reading. Some men are disabled from thinking by their putting meditation away for the sake of much reading. In reading let your motto be ‘much not many."
Author: Charles H. Spurgeon
7. "Say to your soul—"Come, soul, wake up: thou art not now about to read the newspaper; thou art not now perusing the pages of a human poet to be dazzled by his flashing poetry; thou art coming very near to God, who sits in the Word like a crowned monarch in his halls. Wake up, my glory; wake up, all that is within me. Though just now I may not be praising and glorifying God, I am about to consider that which should lead me so to do, and therefore it is an act of devotion. So be on the stir, my soul: be on the stir, and bow not sleepily before the awful throne of the Eternal."
Author: Charles H. Spurgeon
8. "Yet, when this cherished volume was now placed in my hand—when I turned over its leaves, and sought in its marvellous pictures the charm I had, till now, never failed to find—all was eerie and dreary; the giants were gaunt goblins, the pigmies malevolent and fearful imps, Gulliver a most desolate wanderer in most dread and dangerous regions.  I closed the book, which I dared no longer peruse, and put it on the table, beside the untasted tart."
Author: Charlotte Brontë
9. "I am Kian." "Mercy " she replied. Swallowing hard she forced her gaze away from him. She was being too bold in her perusal but she could not stop looking at him. "Kindness " he whispered. Their eyes locked and Mercy felt a jolt of some foreign but not unwelcome sensation pierce her. "I could use some of you"he said thoughtfully as his cool gaze devoured her. "Most definitely I could use you."He rose and walked around the pond perusing her body as he came to stand beside her. "The milk of human kindness how sweet the taste."He actually licked his lips and Mercy shivered her core heating and wetting. Then he lowered himself until they were eye to eye. "I believe I could drink you dry."
Author: Charlotte Featherstone
10. "I began visiting Lima's prisons back in 2007, when my first novel, 'Lost City Radio,' was published in Peru."
Author: Daniel Alarcon
11. "Going to Peru is, well, if you ever have an opportunity in your life to go there, you should do it because it is absolutely mind boggling."
Author: Dean Stockwell
12. "Those in Argentina, Mexico and Peru, Colombia and the Caribbean Bear La Mancha and Quixote in their heartsFor he is an ultimate and overlooked Don Juan."
Author: Dejan Stojanovic
13. "I did the Kilimanjaro climb a few years ago, then the six-day trek to Machu Picchu in Peru so this bike ride to raise money for Great Ormond Street seemed like the next big challenge."
Author: Denise Van Outen
14. "Seorang samurai tidak bekerja sekadar untuk mengisi perut. Dia bukan budak makanan. Dia hidup untuk memenuhi panggilannya, untuk kewajiban dan pengabdian. Makanan hanyalah tambahan, sebuah berkah dari surga. Jangan menjadi laki-laki yang, karena terlalu sibuk mencari makan, menghabiskan hidupnya dalam kebimbangan."
Author: Eiji Yoshikawa
15. "Sekolahpun keliru bila ia tidak tahu diri bahwa peranannya tidak seperti yang diduga selama ini. Ia bukan penentu gagal tidaknya seorang anak. Ia tak berhak menjadi perumus masa depan."
Author: Goenawan Mohamad
16. "Undang-undang lahir dari perundingan yang tak selamanya bersih"
Author: Goenawan Mohamad
17. "We would bestow some pains here in minutely describing all the mad pranks which Jones played on this occasion could we be well assured that the reader would take the same pains in perusing them, but as we are apprehensive that after all the labour which we should employ in painting this scene the said reader would be very apt to skip it entirely over, we have saved ourself that trouble. To say the truth, we have from this reason alone often done great violence to the luxuriance of our genius, and have left many excellent descriptions out of our work which would otherwise have been in it."
Author: Henry Fielding
18. "The first time I read an excellent work, it is to me just as if I gained a new friend; and when I read over a book I have perused before, it resembles the meeting of an old one."
Author: James Goldsmith
19. "Softly the breezes from the forest came,Softly they blew aside the taper's flame;Clear was the song from Philomel's far bower;Grateful the incense from the lime-tree flower;Mysterious, wild, the far-heard trumpet's tone;Lovely the moon in ether, all alone:Sweet too, the converse of these happy mortals,As that of busy spirits when the portalsAre closing in the west; or that soft hummingWe hear around when Hesperus is coming.Sweet be their sleep."
Author: John Keats
20. "You have liberty to cast all your cares upon him who cares for you. By one hour's intimate access to the throne of grace, where the Lord causes his glory to pass before the soul that seeks him — you may acquire more true spiritual knowledge and comfort, than by a day or a week's converse with the best of men, or the most studious perusal of many folios."
Author: John Newton
21. "He gave her a sly, sideways look. "Did youbring it?""My list? Heavens, no. What can you be thinking?"His smile widened. "I brought mine."Daphne gasped. "You didn't!""I did. Just to torture Mother. I'm going peruse it right in front of her, pull out my quizzing glass—""You don't have a quizzing glass."He grinned—the slow, devastatingly wicked smile that all Bridgerton males seemed to possess. "I bought one just for this occasion.""Anthony, you absolutely cannot. She will kill you. And then, somehow, she'll find a way to blame me.""I'm counting on it."
Author: Julia Quinn
22. "A novel is too much of a commitment. I tend to peruse Twitter - I check to see if I had any mentions and read the latest messages."
Author: Kevin Nealon
23. "I felt instantly at home, and wanted only to dismiss Alistair, along with the rest of Justice Hall, that I might have a closer look at the shelves.I had to content myself instead with a strolling perusal, my hands locked behind my back to keep them from reaching out for Le Morte D'Arthur, Caxton 1485 or the delicious little red-and-gilt Bestiary, MS Circa 1250 or.... If I took one down, I should be lost. So I looked, like a hungry child in a sweet shop, and trailed out on my guide's heels with one longing backward glance."
Author: Laurie R. King
24. "Perusal"
Author: Leo Tolstoy
25. "Since it is impossible to know what's really happening, we Peruvians lie, invent, dream and take refuge in illusion. Because of these strange circumstances, Peruvian life, a life in which so few actually do read, has become literary."
Author: Mario Vargas Llosa
26. "When somebody discusses my work with me and peruses a poem or two, they get to see a piece of who I am. Because when it comes to poetry, I let it all spill forth. Any other way of writing prose would be a disservice to the art of poetry."
Author: Nicholas Trandahl
27. "BLACKBERRY. Also know as "Crackberry" for it's addictive qualities. It is the modern girl's weapon. It allow her to bid on ebay while walking down the street, map out her shopping route for maximum productivity, and sneak out of work and still get her messages as she peruses the sales racks..."
Author: Nina García
28. "My father's Peruvian! I actually have a lot of family in Cuzco. I'm also Swiss, Alaskan, French, Spanish and Italian."
Author: Q'orianka Kilcher
29. "Outside, milling under the ubiquitous gaze of security cameras, are bright splashes of colorful souls wearing crystals, beads, and Native American Indian paraphernalia; middle-aged academics with "Erowid" drug website t-shirts; and passengers that give you that odd conspiratorial smile that says, "yes, we are here for the conference." And here we are chowing down on McDonalds and donut King, getting our last hits of civilization before hitting the jungle city of Iquitos and shamanic boot camp. It feels like some whacked-out reality TV show, a generational snapshot of a new psychedelic wave just before it breaks. Bright-eyed Westerners about to die and be reborn in the humid jungles of Peru, drinking the hallucinogenic brew ayahuasca..."
Author: Rak Razam
30. "[Shahrazad] had perused the books, annals and legends of preceding Kings, and the stories, examples and instances of by gone men and things; indeed it was said that she had collected a thousand books of histories relating to antique races and departed rulers. She had perused the works of the poets and knew them by heart; she had studied philosophy and the sciences, arts and accomplishments; and she was pleasant and polite, wise and witty, well read and well bred."
Author: Richard Francis Burton
31. "Yang tidak wajar justru ketika kita tidak punya rasa apa-apa terhadap aneka perubahan dan kondisi yang terjadi"
Author: Ririe Khayan
32. "Dr Isabella Perugini stopped on the bank opposite us, her dark hair pulled back in a ponytail, her white lab coat falling below her knees. She slid off her high heeled shoes and began to pick her way across the stream, trying to balance on the rocks jutting out of the water. Her dark complexion was more flushed than usual, her eyes narrowed at me. "You again?" She said it as she executed a hop from one rock to another. "I thought I sorted you out!"
Author: Robert J. Crane
33. "Magnus remembered a town in Peru whose Quechua name meant "quiet place." He recalled even more vividly being obscenely drunk and unhappy over his heartbreak of that time, and the maudlin thoughts that had recurred to him over the years, like an unwanted guest slipping in through his doors: that there was no peace for such as he, no quiet place, and there never would be.Except he found himself remembering lying in bed with Alec—all of their clothes on, lounging on the bed on a lazy afternoon, Alec laughing, head thrown back, the marks Magnus had left on his throat very plain to see."
Author: Sarah Rees Brennan
34. "At a Clinton press conference, I'm given the luxury of daydreaming, of being comfortable enough that he could find Peru on a map, say, that I don't have to hang on his every word, praying he won't fuck up."
Author: Sarah Vowell
35. "Seorang patriot yang bertanggung jawab tidak sekedar berteriak minta perubahan tapi memimpin perubahan itu sendiri."
Author: SBYudhoyono
36. "Abad 21 adalah era dimana perubahan disebabkan oleh ide-ide kecil."
Author: SBYudhoyono
37. "Ide baru & perubahan, justru bisa mendatangkan kebaikan bagi seseorang. Jangan cepat menolak, apalagi curiga."
Author: SBYudhoyono
38. "Tantangan Indonesia sekarang dan ke depan adalah bagaimana bangsa kita dapat beradaptasi dengan perubahan jaman."
Author: SBYudhoyono
39. "Why do so many today want to wander off to South Africa or Kenya or India or Russia or Honduras or Costa Rica or Peru to help with justice issues but not spend the same effort in their own neighborhood or community or state? Why do young suburbanites, say in Chicago, want to go to Kentucky or Tennessee to help people but not want to spend that same time to go to the inner city in their own area to help with justice issues? I asked this question to a mature student in my office one day, and he thought he had a partial explanation: 'Because my generation is searching for experiences, and the more exotic and extreme the better. Going down the street to help at a food shelter is good and it is just and some of us are doing that, but it's not an experience. We want experiences."
Author: Scot McKnight
40. "Amy: Pond and her boys . . . my poncho boys. If we're going to die, let's die looking like a peruvian folk band."
Author: Simon Nye
41. "Ibu, rasa nyaman selalu membuat orang-orang sulit berubah. Celakanya, kami sering kali tidak tahu kalau kami sudah terjebak oleh perasaan nyaman itu... Padahal di luar sana, di tengah hujan deras, petir, guntur, janji kehidupan yang lebih baik boleh jadi sedang menanti. Kami justru tetap bertahan di pondok reot dengan atap rumbia yang tampias di mana-mana, merasa nyaman, selalu mencari alasan untuk berkata tidak atas perubahan, selalu berkata 'tidak'...Ibu, rasa takut juga selalu membuat orang-orang sulit berubah. Celakanya, kami sering kali tidak tahu kalau hampir semua yang kami takuti hanyalah sesuatu yang bahkan tidak pernah terjadi... Kami hanya gentar oleh sesuatu yang boleh jadi ada, boleh jadi tidak. Hanya mereka-reka, lantas menguntai ketakutan itu, bahkan kami tega menciptakan sendiri rasa takut itu, menjadikannya tameng untuk tidak mau berubah."
Author: Tere Liye
42. "Perkembangan ilmu bisa dicapai dengan melakukan perubahan pola pikir dan pendefinisian lengkap komunikasi berantai dalam struktur piramida rantai makanan yang tersusun rapi."
Author: Toba Beta
43. "Waktu adalah persepsi yang timbul di dalam otak manusia setelah mendeteksi adanya perubahan kondisi objek atau lingkungan yang dipantau melalui fungsi inderanya. Atau bisa juga sebaliknya. Waktu adalah persepsi yang timbul dalam pikiran manusia terhadap sensasi perubahan di dalam otaknya setelah mendeteksi eksistensi suatu objek di sekitarnya melalui fungsi inderanya."
Author: Toba Beta
44. "Käsitätkö," sanoi isä. "On saatava selville mere salaiset lait, se on kaiken perusta. Minun täytyy ymmärtää merta, jotta voisin pitää siitä. En voi rakastaa tätä saarta ellen pidä merestä."
Author: Tove Jansson
45. "Paul Farmer has helped to build amazing health care system in one of the poorest areas of Haiti. He founded Partners in Health, which serves the destitute and the sick in many parts of the world from Haiti to Boston and from Russia to Peru."
Author: Tracy Kidder
46. "If he had had all Peru in his pocket, he would certainly have given it to this dancer; but Gringoire had not Peru in his pocket; and besides, America was not yet discovered. (p. 66)"
Author: Victor Hugo
47. "Every new development, highway, railroad, steamship line, building operation, whether it be a drainage project in old Greece or a new water system in Peru, means an added use of the automobile."
Author: Walter Chrysler
48. "The Peruvian faces are completely different from that faces in Argentina and in Brazil."
Author: Walter Salles
49. "Perhaps the perusal of such works may, without injustice, be compared with the use of opiates, baneful, when habitually and constantly resorted to, but of most blessed power in those moments of pain and of langour, when the whole head is sore, and the whole heart sick. If those who rail indiscriminately at this species of composition, were to consider the quantity of actual pleasure it produces, and the much greater proportion of real sorrow and distress which it alleviates, their philanthropy ought to moderate their critical pride, or religious intolerance."
Author: Walter Scott
50. "Perlembagaan ibarat batangnya yang teguh tegap itu yang mengandungi seluruh peruntukan dan perkara di dalamnya. Tetapi batang pohon itu dikukuhkan juga oleh dua kekuatan lain, yakni pembuluh kayu dan dapat kita samakan dengan Penerimaan dan teras kayu yang boleh kita ertikan dengan Keadilan Sosial."
Author: Wan Mohd Nor Wan Daud

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