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Barrayar is bred in my bones. I cannot shake it, no matter how far I travel. This struggle, God knows, has no honor in it. But exile, for no other motive than ease - that would be to give up all hope of honor. The last defeat, with no seed of future victory in it. -- Lois Mcmaster Bujold
Suki is the nation's ideal girlfriend, a woman for whom bubbliness is a way of life, verging on a disorder. -- David Nicholls
The Ainu youth came upon a band of Ainu hunters passing through the area. "What is this area called?" he asked them.
"Do you really think this asshole of a terrain even deserves a name?" they replied. -- Haruki Murakami
Now I seen Mauna Kena from Honokaa b'fore, o'course, but a mountain you're planning on climbin' ain't the same as the one you ain't. It ain't so pretty, nay. -- David Mitchell
The Fujiyama of Architecture?at once a lofty mountain and a national shrine. -- Lewis Mumford
The Japanese have become so smitten with the Western condiment - its texture as silky as a kimono, its tang as understated as the tang of Zen - that today they have a word for mayonnaise junkie: mayora. -- Tom Robbins
Casildea de Vandalia, the rawest and best -- Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
nihari, a rich beef curry, -- Nabeel Qureshi
In order to comprehend the beauty of a Japanese garden, it is necessary to understand - or at least to learn to understand - the beauty of stone. -- Lafcadio Hearn
The Japanese think it strange we paint our old wooden houses when it takes so long to find the wabi in them. They prefer the bonsai tree after the valiant blossoming is over, the leaves fallen. When bareness reveals a merit born in the vegetable struggling. -- Jack Gilbert
Beautiful city! so venerable, so lovely, so unravaged by the fierce intellectual life of our century, so serene! ... Her ineffable charm keeps ever calling us to the true goal of all of us, to the ideal, to perfection -- Thomas Hardy
With Usura With usura hath no man a house of good stone each block cut smooth and well fitting. -- Ezra Pound
Come the rains and the beerbahutis appeared all over the green. From where do they emerge, so perfect in shape and colour, and where do they go? -- Qurratulain Hyder
King Offa's dyke, -- John B. Hattendorf
A glacier rattles in the cupboard, the desert sighs in the bed, and the crack in the teacup opens a door to the land of the dead. The Maya call this Xibalba (Shibalba), the road to the dimension of the dead. -- Terence Mckenna
To the naked eye Boudicca is a haze of noxious green that lurks among fronds of seaweed looking exactly like the aftermath of a chemical spill. -- Helen Oyeyemi
BaoHaus is idiosyncratic, creative, and artistic. My restaurant doesn't look like a Taiwanese restaurant. -- Eddie Huang
Bu is a word that cools many a warm impulse, stifles many a kindly thought, puts a dead stop to many a brotherly deed. No one would ever love his neighbor as himself if he listened to all the Buts that could be said. -- Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1St Baron Lytton
A great acacia, with its slender trunk
And overpoise of multitudinous leaves.
(In which a hundred fields might spill their dew
And intense verdure, yet find room enough)
Stood reconciling all the place with green. -- Elizabeth Barrett Browning
house at Otowi Bridge. -- Kai Bird
household. Shekiba slowly -- Nadia Hashimi
Japanese chase-away juice." And -- Amy Tan
Japanese things - laquers, netsuke, prints - conjure a picture of a place where sensations are always new, where art pours out of daily life, where everything exists in a dream of endless beautiful flow. -- Edmund De Waal
The Peace Panda Says ... all pandas are considered sacred and are originally from Tibet. They all love peace and sweet bamboo cookies! -- Timothy Pina
Ninghua, Chingliu, Kueihua--
What narrow paths, deep woods and slippery moss!
Whither are we bound today?
Straight to the foot of Wuyi Mountain.
To the mountain, the foot of the mountain,
Red flags stream in the wind in a blaze of glory -- Mao Zedong
To know the Truth and stand for more than
The Very Truth : Petra Cecilia Maria Hermans
Religion of Blue Circle
September 6, 2016
Babaji -- Petra Hermans
YURIT - discover it! -- Stella Dunn
I think the language as spoken in Limerick and Cork has not really been written; 'City of Bohane' is a combination of the two. Bohane is a little kingdom. When I began writing it, I realised that it was in the future and that it was a place that didn't care about anything that happened outside it. -- Kevin Barry
Brastias. My friend." Uh-oh, this couldn't be good. "Do you lie to me?"
"Uh ... no."
"See? That's a lie! -- G.a. Aiken
May the true Kuroni City appear in your dreams. -- Ryohgo Narita
Boondocks' is simply the Tagalog word for mountains. -- Sharyn Mccrumb
CHEEKUN IS GOOOOOOOOD!!!! -- Brandon Sanchez
Karibu, dada wangu. Hapa, wewe ni nyumbani.
Welcome, my sister. Here, you are home.
And to this home, may you always return. -- Jen Lynn Anderson
Through watering the ground of affectionate love with cherishing love, And then sowing the seeds of wishing love and compassion, the medicinal tree of Bodhichitta will grow. -- Je Tsongkhapa
In the folklore of the British Isles, a bodach is a vile beast that slithers down chimneys at night and carries off children who misbehave. Rather like Inland Revenue agents. -- Dean Koontz
Keiichi-kun. I found you. -- Ryukishi07
Bolor-Erdene urged Dinah to address her as Bo. She was obviously of Far Eastern stock, and yet there was something in her eyes and cheekbones that did not look precisely Chinese. Dinah's preliminary googling had already told her that Bo was Mongolian. Yuri -- Neal Stephenson
Stop being silly, her name is Reshidatu. It is a pity that our official language is English, and a greater pity that our three major languages is the WaZoBia. -- S.a. David
Moscow ... how many strains are fusing in that one sound, for Russian hearts! what store of riches it imparts! -- Alexander Pushkin
Persian pussy from over the sea demure and lazy and smug and fat none of your ribbons and bells for me ours is the zest of the alley cat -- Don Marquis
Mom and I often talked about the trip we'd someday take together to the 'city of eternal spring' where she was born. In Kunming, she said, the fruits are sweeter, the mountains look like Chinese paintings, and the weather is always perfect. -- Tess Gerritsen
Cesky Krumlov, the little jewel box of a city in southern Bohemia. -- Laini Taylor
And far and near kokilas hail the day -- Toru Dutt
There are no borders in bonsai. The dove of peace flies to palace as to humble house, to young as to old, to rich and poor. So does the spirit of bonsai. -- John Yoshio Naka
Go and come back safely. -- Amanda Sun
Wisdom is the conqueror of fortune.
[Lat., Victrix fortunae sapientia.] -- Juvenal
The Diamond Sutra, -- Aldous Huxley
Even when our neurosis feels far more basic than our wisdom, even when we're feeling most confused and hopeless, bodhichitta - like the open sky - is always here, undiminished by the clouds that temporarily cover it. -- Pema Chodron
Zendagi migzara. Life goes on. -- Khaled Hosseini
You do not know it but you are the talk of all the town.
[Lat., Fabula (nec sentis) tota jactaris in urba.] -- Ovid
Most Yancy field -- Rick Riordan
I was born in an Ilokano village called Cabugawan. Most of the houses in it were roofed with thatch, pan-aw, a species of wild grass. -- F. Sionil Jose
Cerevisiam Bibat! (drink beer for health) -- Hildegard Of Bingen
It does not matter what muds you will ever know
as long as you make them A White Lotus.
September 19, 2016 -- Petra Hermans
All worries and troubles have gone from my breast and I play joyfully far from the world. For a person of Zen, no limits exist. The blue sky must feel ashamed to be so small."
Muso Soseki -- Muso Soseki
In the bullring, the terrified bull always returns to same spot as if it is a place of safety. It is called the querencia. In writing, I had found my querencia. My place, my passion. -- Chloe Thurlow
Bhagavan - in Tibetan, "One who has destroyed the four Maras,"2 which are death, distraction, pride, and the emotional obscurations. The -- Dalai Lama Xiv
There's a joy without canker or cark,
There's a pleasure eternally new,
'T is to gloat on the glaze and the mark
Of china that's ancient and blue. -- Andrew Lang
The hamadryas baboon is a harem holder where one male mates with multiple females. -- Frans De Waal
Where is the tuna? Where? Where? -- Helen Fielding
Mayoimashita. Can you help me find my cat? - Watashi -- Adam Johnson
Caterina, a great adventure is in store for you. -- Rachel Harris
Nature never says one thing, Wisdom another.
[Lat., Nunquam aliud Natura aliud Sapientia dicit.] -- Juvenal
Baboons are very wise animals," Bast said.
"Agh!" Khufu picked his nose, then turned his Technicolor bum our direction. He threw his friends the ball. They began to fight over it, showing one another their fangs and slapping their heads.
"Wise?" I asked. -- Rick Riordan
And, of course, the funniest food: "kumquats". I don't even bring them home anymore. I sit there laughing and they go to waste. -- George Carlin
A crossroad. What a pain in the ass spot to end up in. (Abarai Renji, Bleach) -- Tite Kubo
Umica ka hanu
HOLD THE BREATH
Be patient; don't give up. -- Toni Polancy
Watch out for the Baobabs! -- Antoine De Saint-Exupery
SakeThe jewel which brightly shines at nightIs precious, but cannot measure up To the delights of drinking sake,Drowning one's troubles in the cup. Otomo no Tabito -- Reiko Chiba
Where the most beautiful wild flowers grow, there mans spirit is fed and poets grow. -- Henry David Thoreau
Yossarian!!!(?)! -- Joseph Heller
When we touch the center of sorrow, when we sit with discomfort without trying to fix it, when we stay present to the pain of disapproval or betrayal and let it soften us, these are times that we connect with bohdichitta. -- Pema Chodron
Istanbul ... the constant beating of the wave of the East against the rock of the West ... -- Susan Moody
His Tender Roni. -- Ana E Ross
Sitting under the candlenut tree in the courtyard is pleasant in the afternoon. Laced in shadows, frangipani & coral hibiscus ward away the memory of recent evil. The sisters go about their duties, Sister Martinique tends her vegetables, the cats enact their feline comedies & tragedies. -- David Mitchell
Now you can be a kikei, too. -- Katlyn Charlesworth
Tongues and odors mixed on the air: Iskari and motor oil, sweat and leather, Camlaander and Archipelagese and some Shining Empire dialect like silk-muffled cymbals. -- Max Gladstone
Life is hard, no? And full of sorrow. The Pilani dance in defiance of death and grief and hardship. They choose to burn before the darkness, rather than to gutter out like a dim flame. -- Alison Croggon
My art speaks and will continue to speak, transcending barriers of nationality, language and other forces that may be divisive, fortifying the greatness of the spirit that has always been the foundation of the Ojibwa people. -- Norval Morrisseau
as we Tibetans lived quite happily for many centuries behind our wall of mountains - the -- Dalai Lama Xiv
Khalepa ta kala
"Beauty is harsh -- Cassandra Clare
I'm fascinated by Japanese cuisine. -- Eric Ripert
What place is so rugged and so homely that there is no beauty; if you only have a sensibility to beauty? -- Henry Ward Beecher
Japanese tea ceremony, -- Sheryl Berk
My picture-poems are linguistic margins on visual atolls. -- Gunter Brus
The combined entity Youku Tudou Inc. represents a dominant leader in online video sector in China with the largest user base, most comprehensive content library, most advanced bandwidth infrastructure, and most effective monetization capability. -- Victor Koo
Cock-fighting, which has attained to the dignity of a literature of its own, is the popular Malay sport; but the grand sport is a tiger and buffalo fight, reserved for rare occasions, however, on account of its expense. Cock-fighting is a source of gigantic gambling and desperate feuds. -- Isabella Bird
Who ever planted an iroko tree - the greatest tree in the forest? You may collect all the iroko seeds in the world, open the soil and put them there. It will be in vain. The great tree chooses where to grow and we find it there, so it is with greatness in men. -- Chinua Achebe
Bhuta ia, dewa ia. (Bali expression meaning Man is a demon, man is a god.) -- Elizabeth Gilbert
Masai and elephants. The rest is dust. -- Alastair Reynolds
Thou unassuming common-place of Nature, with that homely face. -- William Wordsworth
Let the sofa be mountains, the carpet be sea,
There I'll establish a city for me. -- Robert Louis Stevenson
We have nothing to fear and a great deal to learn from trees, that vigorours and pacific tribe which without stint produces strengthening essences for us, soothing balms, and in whose gracious company we spend so many cool, silent, and intimate hours. -- Marcel Proust
Our instructed vagrancy, which has hardly time to linger by the hedgerows, but runs away early to the tropics, and is at home with palms and banyans - which is nourished on books of travel, and stretches the theatre of its imagination to the Zambesi. -- George Eliot
Bryar Kosala just likes helping people, and is good at running things, and when invited to become the world's Mom she said, "Sure. -- Ada Palmer
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. LaoTzu. Just make sure that you step in the right direction. -- Lao-Tzu
There is no whit less enlightenment under the tree by your street than there was under the Buddha's bo tree. I invite you to go sit under that tree by your street. -- Annie Dillard
I always have dashi in my refrigerator - it's the almighty Japanese ingredient. -- Masaharu Morimoto
Waban-aki: People from where the sun rises. -- Alanis Obomsawin
The art of stone in a Japanese garden is that of placement. Its ideal does not deviate from that of nature. -- Isamu Noguchi