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1. "Then all at once our personal and political quarrels were made very abruptly to converge. In the special edition of the London Review of Books published to mark the events of September 11, 2001, Edward painted a picture of an almost fascist America where Arab and Muslim citizens were being daily terrorized by pogroms, these being instigated by men like Paul Wolfowitz who had talked of 'ending' the regimes that sheltered Al Quaeda. Again, I could hardly credit that these sentences were being produced by a cultured person, let alone printed by a civilized publication."
Author: Christopher Hitchens
2. "Ut pictura, poesis: erit, quae, si propius stes,Te capiat magis, et quaedam, si longius abstes:Haec amat obscurum: volet haec sub luce videri,Iudicis argutum quae non formidat acumen:Haec placuit semel, haec decies repetita placebit.Poezia i perngjet piktures: njera te terheq me tepernga afer, kurse tjetra prej se largu;kjo e do erresiren, ajo do te shikohet ne drite,sepse aspak nuk frikesohet nga shikimi i kritikut,njera do te pelqehet nje here, kurse tjetra ne vijim dhjete here."
Author: Horace

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Although the rhythm of the waves beats a kind of time, it is not clock or calendar time. It has no urgency. It happens to be timeless time. I know that I am listening to a rhythm which has been just the same for millions of years, and it takes me out of a world of relentlessly ticking clocks. Clocks for some reason or other always seem to be marching, and, as with armies, marching is never to anything but doom. But in the motion of waves there is no marching rhythm. It harmonizes with our very breathing. It does not count our days. Its pulse is not in the stingy spirit of measuring, of marking out how much still remains. It is the breathing of eternity, like the God Brahma of Indian mythology inhaling and exhaling, manifesting and dissolving the worlds, forever. As a mere conception this might sound appallingly monotonous, until you come to listen to the breaking and washing of waves."
Author: Alan Wilson Watts

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