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Martin Scorcese is probably America's greatest living director, and while he is not a titan like John Ford or Alfred Hitchcock or Federico Fellini, he is certainly consistently more interesting than Steven Spielberg, Brian de Palma, Francis Ford Coppola or Woody Allen. Even a failure like Gangs of New York or a curiosity like The Aviator is more interesting and ambitious than Munich, The Black Dahlia or Scoop. ~ Joe Queenan
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El remanso de aire
bajo la rama del eco.

El remanso del agua
bajo fronda de luceros.

El remanso de tu boca
bajo espesura de besos.


The still waters of the air
under the bough of the echo.

The still waters of the water
under a frond of stars.

The still waters of your mouth
under a thicket of kisses. ~ Federico Garcia Lorca
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Federico Garcia Lorca
Humanity has gained its suit; Liberty will nevermore be without an asylum. ~ Marquis De Lafayette
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Marquis De Lafayette
Is it not a strange blindness on our part to teach publicly the techniques of warfare and to reward with medals those who prove to be the most adroit killers? ~ Marquis De Sade
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Marquis De Sade
You must overcome death by finding God in it. ~ Pierre Teilhard De Chardin
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Pierre Teilhard De Chardin
In a very weak economy, when you say 'cut government spending,' what you mean is you're laying off school teachers and you're de-funding various programs that put money into the economy. This means you have more unemployed people that then draw unemployment benefits and don't pay taxes. ~ Fareed Zakaria
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As St. Augustine remarks (lib. 20, de Civit., C. 30), the events pertaining to the end of the world will happen in the manner they have been foretold, but as to their accidental circumstances, God alone knows the order in which they will take place. He has revealed nothing explicitly on this point, and consequently, our knowledge of them is confined to mere conjecture, possessing a greater or less degree of probability. ~ P. Huchede
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The last steps of life are ever slow and difficult. ~ Madame De Stael
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Madame De Stael
The opening lines of a book are so important. You really need to somehow charm your reader. If you can't get her attention in the first pages, you may have lost her. There has to be an ambience. ~ Tatiana De Rosnay
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It's hard: we are who we are because of the choices we made. You can't turn back the clock; you can only be more careful about what you do in the future. ~ Louisa De Lange
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Louisa De Lange
It's said a friend is a person who walks in when everyone else walks out. ~ Melissa De La Cruz
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Melissa De La Cruz
When you make a movie outside the system and it's successful critically or a moderate financial success, you usually have to go back into the system and make a big hit. ~ Brian De Palma
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If I now consider man in his isolated capacity, I find that dogmatic belief is no less indispensable to him in order to live alone than it is to enable him to co-operate with his fellows. If man were
forced to demonstrate for himself all the truths of which he makes daily use, his task would never end. He would exhaust his strength in preparatory demonstrations without ever advancing beyond them.
As, from the shortness of his life, he has not the time, nor, from the limits of his intelligence, the capacity, to act in this way, he is reduced to take on trust a host of facts and opinions
which he has not had either the time or the power to verify for
himself, but which men of greater ability have found out, or which
the crowd adopts. On this groundwork he raises for himself the structure of his own thoughts; he is not led to proceed in this manner by choice, but is constrained by the inflexible law of
his condition. There is no philosopher in the world so great but that he believes a million things on the faith of other people and accepts a great many more truths than he demonstrates. (Tocqueville 1945 2:9-10; Oeuvres Completes (M) 1(2):16-17, (B) 3:15-16). ~ Alexis De Tocqueville
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Indian food is like classical music raga- it takes time to build up to a crescendo. ~ Shobhaa De
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By and large, women have a faith and a morality peculiar to themselves; they believe in the reality of everything that serves their interest and their passions. ~ Honore De Balzac
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The best religion is the most tolerant. ~ Delphine De Girardin
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We managed to prepare a cell-free system which was active when suitably supplemented, and this was a novel result since the process of oxidation was believed to require the integrity of the cells. ~ Luis Federico Leloir
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Luis Federico Leloir
Red my memory, red my despair. Red my nights, red my bloody pain. What would I become without you, colour of my entrails? ~ Anne De Gandt
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Anne De Gandt
A woman alone always seems a little unusual; it is not true that men respect women: they respect each other through their women - wives, mistresses, "kept" women; when masculine protection no longer extends over her, woman is disarmed before a superior caste that is aggressive, sneering, or hostile. As an "erotic perversion, ~ Simone De Beauvoir
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Logic will never change emotion or perception. ~ Edward De Bono
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If cynicism and love lie at opposite ends of a spectrum, do we not sometimes fall in love in order to escape the debilitating cynicism to which we are prone? Is there not in every coup de foudre a certain willful exaggeration of the qualities of the beloved, an exaggeration which distracts us from our habitual pessimism and focuses our energies on someone in whom we can believe in a way we have never believed in ourselves? ~ Alain De Botton
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In writing a series of stories about the same characters, plan the whole series in advance in some detail, to avoid contradictions and inconsistencies. ~ L. Sprague De Camp
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The more defects a man may have, the older he is, the less lovable, the more resounding his success. ~ Marquis De Sade
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What we are doing here is only the image of what we would like to do. ~ Marquis De Sade
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Seriously though, it did not seem fair that the further into the Zombie Apocalypse we walked, the scruffy-boy thing got sexier while the shaggy-girl thing basically de-evolved society. ~ Rachel Higginson
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Rachel Higginson
When history textbooks leave out the Arawaks, they offend Native Americans. When they omit the possibility of African and Phoenician precursors to Columbus, they offend African Americans. When they glamorize explorers such as de Soto just because they were white, our histories offend all people of color. When they leave out Las Casas, they omit an interesting idealist with whom we all might identify. When they glorify Columbus, our textbooks prod us toward identifying with the oppressor. When textbook authors omit the causes and process of European world domination, they offer us a history whose purpose must be to keep us unaware of the important questions. Perhaps worst of all, when textbooks paint simplistic portraits of a pious, heroic Columbus, they provide feel-good history that bores everyone. ~ James W. Loewen
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by James W. Loewen
The advice I give to all adventurers is to seek a place where they may sleep
in safety. ~ Samuel De Champlain
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Samuel De Champlain
Experience has taught me this, that we undo ourselves by impatience. Misfortunes have their life and their limits, their sickness and their health. ~ Michel De Montaigne
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Michel De Montaigne

Just your hot heart,
nothing more.

My Paradise, a field,
no nightingales,
no strings,
a river, discrete,
and a little fountain.

Without the spurs,
of the wind, in the branches,
without the star,
that wants to be a leaf.

An enormous light
that will be
the flow
of the Other,
in a field of broken gazes.

A still calm
where our kisses,
sonorous circles
of echoes,
will open, far-off.

And your hot heart,
nothing more. ~ Federico Garcia Lorca
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Federico Garcia Lorca
Our responses to the world are crucially moulded by the company we keep, for we temper our curiosity to fit in with the expectations of others. ~ Alain De Botton
Ainhoa De Federico quotes by Alain De Botton
Silence and clumsiness could of course be taken as rather pitiful proof of desire. It being easy enough to seduce someone towards whom one feels indifferent, the clumsiest seducers could generously be deemed the most genuine. Not to find the right words is paradoxically often the best proof that the right words are meant. ~ Alain De Botton
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