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1. "Lenganku mungkin dapat putus, tetapi genggaman tanganmu tak kan pernah lepas"
Author: Aditia Rinaldi
2. "Jika sebuah tali itu sudah sangat mengencang, itu tandanya akan putus. Jika malam sudah gelap gulita, itu tandanya bahwa kegelapan akan segera lenyap. Jika sebuah masalah itu sudah sangat menghimpit, itu tandanya akan ada jalan keluar."
Author: Aidh Bin Abdullah Al Qarni
3. "Americans who visit Tuscany or Umbria love the landscape: the silvery olive groves, the fields of sunflowers, the vineyards, the stone houses and barns."
Author: Anthony Lewis
4. "Suured inimesed ei saa ju ise kunagi mitte millestki aru, lastel aga on nii tüütu neile ikka ja jälle seletusi anda."
Author: Antoine De Saint Exupéry
5. "Cada vez que sientas como si el mundo estuviera tomando un bocado de ti, muérdelo de regreso contando tus bendiciones."
Author: C.C. Hunter
6. "Saat memutuskan buat jatuh cinta, lo juga membuka kemungkinan cinta kelak akan berbalik nyakitin lo. - Good Fight"
Author: Christian Simamora
7. "The time has come when advertising in some hands has reached the status of a science."
Author: Claude C. Hopkins
8. "Chapter7The Fourth Circle: The Avaricious and the Prodigal. Plutus. Fortune and her Wheel. The Fifth Circle: The Irascible and the Sullen. Styx."
Author: Dante Alighieri
9. "Sex, my darling, is often the least important part of a passion. You'll learn that when you get older. - Maria Luisa (Tushi) Strauss"
Author: David Leavitt
10. "Concept to the Moriori as the telescope is to the Pygmy. Peace, not a hiatus betwixt wars but millennia of imperishable peace, rules these far-flung islands. Who can deny Old Rekohu lay closer to More's Utopia than our States of Progress governed by war-hungry princelings in Versailles & Vienna, Washington & Westminster? "Here," declaimed Mr."
Author: David Mitchell
11. "He laughed a little, in an odd, nervous kind of way. "Because if I don't get going soon, the whole impetus may die--and if that happens, well, I really shall consider a long, restful plunge into insanity. Sometimes the abyss yawns very attractively."
Author: Dodie Smith
12. "Am I more afraidOf taking a chance andlearning I'm somebodyI don't know, or of risking new territory,only to find I'm the sameold me? There is comfortin the tried and true.Breaking groundmight uncover a sinkhole,one impossible to climb outof. And setting sail inuncharted watersmight mean capsizing intoa sea monster's jaws.Easier to turn my back onthese thingsthan to try tjem and fail.And yet, a whisper insistsI need to know if they are oraren't integral to me.Status quo is a swamp.And stagnation is slow death."
Author: Ellen Hopkins
13. "Jeigu butu kur nors pasaulyje tokia vieta, kur tikrai viena valanda per visus metus butu galima gauti ka nors valgomo, jis kaip tik šia valanda, tarsi kokio ikvepimo genamas, užsidetu kepure, išeitu, nueitu tiesiai lyg pagal kompasa ten, kur yra valgis, ir ji surastu. <...> Tai yra kažkokia misle, galima pamanyti, kad jis iš žemes iškasa. Didžiausias jo laimejimas buvo keturios dežes omaru."
Author: Erich Maria Remarque
14. "He was talking very excitedly to me," said the Vicar, "about some apparatus for warming a church in Worthing and about the Apostolic Claims of the Church of Abyssinia. I confess I could not follow him clearly. He seems deeply interested in Church matters. Are you quite sure he is right in the head? I have noticed again and again since I have been in the Church that lay interest in ecclesiastical matters is often a prelude to insanity."
Author: Evelyn Waugh
15. "(...) ¿qué has hecho con tus sueños?, ¿dónde has enterrado los mejores días de tu vida?, ¿has vivido o no? ¡Mira, se dice uno, mira cómo todo se congela en el mundo! Pasarán más años y tras ellos llegará la triste soledad, llegará báculo en mano la trémula vejez, y en pos de ella la tristeza y la angustia. Tu mundo extraordinario perderá su colorido, se marchitarán y morirán tus sueños y caerán como las hojas secas de los árboles"
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
16. "When Titus speaks, I can hear every word. For me, that's like when the optician slides home the right lens and all the e's and g's and o's and c's become perfectly clear again and it isn't a struggle, even to read the bottom-most line...His voice touches places inside me like someone moving through a house, flicking light switches...No peering into corners for what's been said."
Author: Geraldine McCaughrean
17. "When Heraclitus said that everything passes steadily along, he was not inciting us to make the best of the moment, an idea unseemly to his placid mind, but to pay attention to the pace of things. Each has its own rhythm: the nap of a dog, the procession of the equinoxes, the dances of Lydia, the majestically slow beat of the drums at Dodona, the swift runners at Olympia."
Author: Guy Davenport
18. "[I]f the name of wife appears more sacred and more valid, sweeter to me is ever the word friend, or, if thou be not ashamed, concubine ... And thou thyself wert not wholly unmindful of that ... [as in the narrative of thy misfortunes] thou hast not disdained to set forth sundry reasons by which I tried to dissuade thee from our marriage, from an ill-starred bed; but wert silent as to many, in which I preferred love to wedlock, freedom to a bond. I call God to witness, if Augustus, ruling over the whole world, were to deem me worthy of the honour of marriage, and to confirm the whole world to me, to be ruled by me forever, dearer to me and of greater dignity would it seem to be called thy concubine than his empress."
Author: Héloïse D'Argenteuil
19. "Ak, cik ta smalka lieta - mokas.Kas var tik smalki aplest!Tavus matus aptit sev ap rokuun lidz kliedziena robežai paplest.Sapes darit, sapes darit.Starp nopietnibu un joku.Pamilet tevi un darit pari,tavus matus aptit ap roku.Ne, kapec piedošanu lugties!Ta gribas glaudit un kost.Pamilet tevi, pamilet teviun zemear spekuspiest nost."
Author: Imants Ziedonis
20. "As I, my real self, grew older, I entered more and more into the substance of my dreams. One may dream, and even in the midst of the dream be aware that he is dreaming, and if the dream be bad, comfort himself with the thought that it is only a dream. This is a common experience with all of us. And so it was that I, the modern, often entered into my dreaming, and in the consequent strange dual personality was both actor and spectator. And right often have I, the modern, been perturbed and vexed by the foolishness, illogic, obtuseness, and general all-round stupendous stupidity of myself, the primitive."
Author: Jack London
21. "Jedna naranca na stoluTvoja haljina na poduA ti u mojem krevetuSladak dar trenutkaSvježina nociToplina mojega života."
Author: Jacques Prévert
22. "– Igen, általában ezt szokták gondolni. Hogy ami elmúlt, az kevésbé terhes, mint ami most történik, s hogy az elmúlás gondolatától majd megkönnyebbülünk. Hogy ami a múltban történt, az nem fáj annyira, mint ami most van, vagy hogy a dolgokat könnyebb elviselni, ha már elmúltak, akármilyen rémesek is voltak. Ez azonban azt jelenti, hogy ha valaki már meghalt, az kevésbé szörnyu, mintha most haldoklik, márpedig ez így elég értelmetlen, nem gondolod? Ha valaki meghalt, az jóvátehetetlen és sokkal fájdalmasabb, mert attól, hogy az o haláltusája véget ért, mi még tovább szenvedünk. Hogy is ne lebegne elottünk a haláltusája, ha egyszer ez volt az utolsó dolog, amit megosztott velünk, életben maradottakkal? Ami utána következik, számunkra már megközelíthetetlen, elotte azonban még együtt voltunk vele, egy dimenzióban, o is meg mi is, és ugyanazt a levegot szívtuk."
Author: Javier Marías
23. "New York state grape scientists go so far as to say that 'the site characteristics of rain fall, soil nutrients, organic matter, high lime, soil texture and pH are minor compared with soil depth, temperature and replant status."
Author: Jeff Cox
24. "I do not know many people who think they have succeeded as parents. Those who do tend to cite the markers that indicate (their own) status in the world: the Stanford degree....Those of us less inclined to compliment ourselves on our parenting skills, in other words most of us, recite rosaries of our failures, our neglects, our derelictions and delinquencies."
Author: Joan Didion
25. "There were five others before they got to him. He smiled a little when his turn came. His voice was low, smoky, and dead sexy. "My name is Augustus Waters," he said. "I'm seventeen. I had a little touch of osteosarcoma a year and a half ago, but I'm just here today at Isaac's request.""And how are you feeling?" asked Patrick."Oh, I'm grand." Augustus Waters smiled with a corner of his mouth. "I'm on a roller coaster that only goes up, my friend."
Author: John Green
26. "There is a level of consciousness between sleeping and fully wakening when the worries of the day have not settled upon us; the body is stilled, and the senses wholly receptive. If the sun is bright, there is pure silence, or the birds are beginning to sing, this shining level of consciousness can come to be the nearest we will get to paradise this side of our quietus, Every day should begin so, This is no dream. This is the reality. The world outside is beautiful. We do our best to hide it. We cover it. We push it father back. The ugliness we make ourselves. We originate our own worries. We put on our own shackles; build our prisons. We can only glimpse the golden reality, briefly, through our tiny barred windows."
Author: John Wyatt
27. "...soon dinner will run into bed-time, and we shall all eat reclining like the ancient Romans--about whose digestion, you know, I have often wondered. Whether a dose of rhubabrb might have made a difference to Nero or Caligula is a question you might ponder, my dear, next time you go through your Tacitus."
Author: Jude Morgan
28. "To sum up what is most crucial in Japanese political culture: the Japanese have never been encouraged to think that the force of an idea could measure up to the physical forces of a government. The key to understanding Japanese power relations is that they are unregulated by transcendental concepts. The public has no intellectual means to a consistent judgement of the political aspects of life. The weaker, ideologically inspired political groups or individuals have no leverage of any kind over the status quo other than the little material pressure they are sometimes able to muster. In short, Japanese political practice is a matter of ‘might is right' disguised by assurances and tokens of ‘benevolence'."
Author: Karel Van Wolferen
29. "One day Augustus asked Newt to ride along with him, much to Newt's surprise. In the morning they saw a grizzly, but the bear was far upwind and didn't scent them. It was a beautiful day—no clouds in the sky. Augustus rode with his big rifle propped across the saddle—he was in the highest of spirits. They rode ahead of the herd some fifteen miles or more, and yet when they stopped to look back they could still see the cattle, tiny black dots in the middle of the plain, with the southern horizon still far behind them."
Author: Larry McMurtry
30. "I am now comfortable with standing in the beauty of my status as an unrepeatable and singular expression of humanity. I've become unwilling to discount the pieces of my soul that make me whole and disinclined to snuff my spark, break my brilliance or dim my shine. Living this truth supports and liberates me to live a life that complements my personal capability and capacity."
Author: LaShaun Middlebrooks Collier
31. "Haz lo que deseas, y no lo que todos esperan de ti. Deja que sea tu corazón el que guíe tus actos."
Author: Laura Gallego García
32. "- Sentimentele tale in ceea ce priveste serpii sunt...- Ura, agonie, paranoia extrema si dezgust, insira Luce.- Poate e...ceva normal, mie imi era teama de cactusi. Nu puteam sa ma aproprii de rade, te-ai intepat vreodata in vreo chestie de-asta?"
Author: Lauren Kate
33. "La vida es malacon todo lo bueno.Los tiburones mortalescon las hermosas estrellas de mar.Las olas gigantescon los castillos de arena.La ruidosa letracon el ritmo de la música.La enfermedad hepáticacon el amor de un padre e hijo.El regalizcon el limón y la lima.Es la vida.Dulce, hermosa,viento en tu cara,aire en tus pulmones,besos en tus labiosvida."
Author: Lisa Schroeder
34. "Notkolle painunut sohva, jolla he istuivat, suuri, korkea kirjoituspöytä ja äidin hauras, leikkauksilla koristettu tuoli sen edessä, hylly, jonka lokerot olivat vielä täynnä hänen hienolla käsialallaan kirjoitettuja papereita, kulunut matto - kaikki, kaikki oli samanlaista kuin ennen, vain Ellen puuttui, Ellen ja hänen vieno sitruunan ja rautayrtin tuoksunsa ja vinojen silmiensä hellä katse. Scarlett tunsi tuskan vihlaisevan sydäntään, niinkuin syvän haavan turruttamat hermot olisivat alkaneet jälleen elää. Hän ei saanut antaa niiden herätä nyt. Hänellä oli edessään koko loput elämäänsä, jolloin niitä saisi kivistää, mutta ei nyt!"
Author: Margaret Mitchell
35. "I would think you'd have better things to do right now than look up the marital status of my ex-boyfriends on the Internet," Mom had said to him, scathingly."I like to keep track of their mating habits," Dad had smirked."
Author: Meg Cabot
36. "Behemot ukroil sobie kawalek ananasa, posolil go, popieprzyl, zjadl, a potem tak brawurowo chlapnal druga setke spirytusu, ze wszyscy zaczeli mu bic brawo."
Author: Mikhail Bulgakov
37. "The maturing of a woman who has continued to grow is a beautiful thing to behold.Or, if your ad revenue or your seven-figure salary or your privileged sexual status depend on it, it is an operable condition."
Author: Naomi Wolf
38. "Watch birth and death:The lotus has alreadyOpened its flower."
Author: Natsume Sōseki
39. "Literature is made upon any occasion that a challenge is put to the legal apparatus by conscience in touch with humanity."
Author: Nelson Algren
40. "Kõik algab ja lõpeb inimesega, kes katuselt alla kukub. Kuid vahepeal on nüüd terve rida seoseid, milles võibolla iialgi selgust ei saa."
Author: Peter Høeg
41. "Kamu seorang Muslimah. Kecewa seumur hidup bukanlah cara hidup Islam kerana Allah melarang hamba-hambaNya hidup berputus asa"
Author: Ramlee Awang Murshid
42. "Many of us shrink from judicial execution of even the most horrible human criminals, while we cheerfully countenance the shooting without trial of fairly mild animal pests. Indeed we kill members of other harmless species as a means of recreation and amusement. A human foetus, with no more human feeling than an amoeba, enjoys a reverence and legal protection far in excess of those granted to an adult chimpanzee. Yet the chimp feels and thinks and — according to recent experimental evidence — may even be capable of learning a form of human language."
Author: Richard Dawkins
43. "Percy: Put your cap back on... get out! Annabeth: What? No! I'm not leaving you. Percy: I've got a plan. I'll distract them. You can use the metal spider... maybe it'll lead you back to Hephaestus. You have to tell him what's going on. Annabeth: But you'll be killed! Percy: I'll be fine. Besides, we've got no choice. Annabeth glared at me like she was going to punch me, and then she did something that surprised me even more she kissed me. Annabeth Be careful, Seaweed Brain. Percy: she put on her hat and vanished."
Author: Rick Riordan
44. "Did I just see you two getting into another tussle outside?""No...we...were...rehearsing a play," "Really? What?s it called?" "Fight Club..."
Author: S.L.J. Shortt
45. "It's not money, status or power which creates inequalities, but emotions."
Author: Sabah Carrim
46. "Here is the mud, and there is the lotus that grows out of the mud. We need the mud in order to make the lotus."
Author: Thích Nhất Hạnh
47. "I recall one particular sunset. It lent an ember to my bicycle hell. Overhead, above the black music of telegraph wires, a number of long, dark-violet clouds lined with flamingo pink hung motionless in a fan-shaped arrangement; the whole thing was like some prodigious ovation in terms of color and form! It was dying, however, and everything else was darkening, too; but just above the horizon, in a lucid, turquoise space, beneath a black stratus, the eye found a vista that only a fool could mistake for the square parts of this or any other sunset. It occupied a very small sector of the enormous sky and had the peculiar neatness of something seen through the wrong end of a telescope. There it lay in wait, a brilliant convolutions, anachronistic in their creaminess and extremely remote; remote but perfect in every detail; fantastically reduced but faultlessly shaped; my marvelous tomorrow ready to be delivered to me."
Author: Vladimir Nabokov
48. "Jelas bahawa perlindungan hak-hak asasi manusia dan harta intelektual dan penjagaan alam sekitar di peringkat sebilangan peribadi yang terlibat, mungkin terpancar dari niat yang sebenar-benarnya mencintai dan menghormati nilai-nilai insani, keunggulan intelektual dan penjagaan alam sekitar. Namun di peringkat tamadun Barat, khasnya dalam institusi berpengaruh di sana, isu-isu hak-hak asasi manusia, harta intelektual dan penjagaan alam tabii merupakan alat-alat penguasaan ekonomi dan sosiopolitik tamadun Barat ke atas tamadun-tamadun lain."
Author: Wan Mohd Nor Wan Daud
49. "Totus mundus agit histrionem. (All the World's a Stage.)"[Motto of William Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (f. 1599) and its acting company, The King's Men; taken from the first play to be performed on the new stage.]"
Author: William Shakespeare
50. "Nothing could be easier than disturbing a status quo instituted by others; the real work of the sinistercurrent is to break the rules we rigidly establish for ourselves."-Zeena Schreck for "Contemporary notions of Kundalini, its background and role within new Western religiosity," University of Stockholm, Malin Fitger 2004"
Author: Zeena Schreck

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