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Nikolai Gogol
“The parental eye shed no tears when the time for leave-taking came; a half-rouble in copper coins was given to the boy by way of pocket-money and for sweets, and what is more important, the following admonition:

"Mind now, Pavlusha, be diligent, don't fool or gad about, and above all please your teachers and superiors. If you please your superiors, then you will be popular and get ahead of everyone even if you lag behind in knowledge and talent. Don't be too friendly with the other boys, they will teach you no good; but if you do make friends, cultivate those who are better off and might be useful. Don't invite or treat anyone, but conduct yourself in such a way as to be treated yourself, and above all, take care of and save your pennies, that is the most reliable of all things. A comrade or friend will cheat you and be the first to put all the blame on you when in a fix, but the pennies won't betray you in any difficulty. With money you can do anything in the world."

Having admonished his son thus, the father took leave of him and trundled off home on his 'magpie'. Though from that day the son never set eyes on him more, his words and admonitions had sunk deep into his soul.”
Nikolai Gogol, Dead Souls

Charles Bukowski
“I thought you were sane," I said, "but you're
just as crazy as the rest of them.”
Charles Bukowski, Love Is a Dog from Hell

“In the end, it's not going to matter how many breaths you took,
but how many moments took your breath away.”
Shing Xiong

Candace Bushnell
“Man may have discovered fire, but women discovered how to play with it.”
Candace Bushnell, Sex and the City

Nikolai Gogol
“There are occasions when a woman, no matter how weak and impotent in character she may be in comparison with a man, will yet suddenly become not only harder than any man, but even harder than anything and everything in the world.”
Nikolai Gogol, Dead Souls

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