Lume Quotes

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Marin Sorescu
“E prea mică lumea. Întâlnim la fiecare pas numai umbre.”
Marin Sorescu, Iona

Ion Druță
“Sînt oameni care-şi scot durerile în văzul lumii, pentru a scăpa de ele, dar sînt şi de cei care coboară cu durere cu tot în adîncul firii sale şi nu se arată pînă nu-şi revin.”
Ion Druță, Frunze de dor

Ion Druță
“Toate sunt trecătoare pe lumea asta, şi la vîrful fiecărei fericiri se coace mărul tristeţei...”
Ion Druță, Frunze de dor

Maria Ellis
“Aș fi vrut să fiu un copac sau să am puterea să las viața să-mi crească singură de undeva din burtă sau de sub coaste și să se răspândească apoi prin mâini și prin picioare,prin gât și prin fiecare fir de păr,în orice direcție ar fi vrut ea,ca un trandafir care se cațără pe o casă.Așa aș vrea să mă cațăr pe lume.”
Maria Ellis, Carte de colorat pentru orbi

Ion Druță
“Îi bun tovarăş drumul. Vrednic tovarăş. Taci tu - tace şi el, ai ceva pe suflet, te ascultă ca un frate şi ce-a auzit, moghila, ici rămîne pe veci. Cîtă lume, cîte destine! Cum au venit, aşa s-au şi dus, iară drumul zace mut cu tot ce-a fost pecetluit de copite, roţi şi picioare.”
Ion Druță, Frunze de dor

Emily Brontë
“Atât de lipsită de speranţă e lumea din afară, încât de două ori mai preţioasă mi-e lumea din interior.”
Emily Brontë

Dumitru Constantin Dulcan
“Când omul va reuşi să coboare în sine luminându-şi tenebrele care în permanență îl agită, când va reuşi să facă saltul de la teorie la acțiune şi de la inteligență la înțelepciune, atunci se va împăca cu sine şi în lume va domni pacea. Atâta vreme cât un singur om va prococa altui om suferință, lumea nu va avea linişte. Pentru că oricât de mult s-ar strădui unele teorii să ne convingă de apariția noastră prin hazard, viața are un sens.”
Dumitru Constantin Dulcan, Inteligenţa materiei

Dumitru Constantin Dulcan
“Când toate aparențele sunt în favoarea noastră, când rațional nimic nu ne lispeşte, undeva în adâncul ființei noastre rămâne un colț de nefericire. Este tristețea ființei noastre esențiale care nu-şi găseşte ecou în lumea concretă, în viața trăită. Este strigătul ființei autentice care se simte sufocată, strivită, neîmplinită, nefericită.”
Dumitru Constantin Dulcan, Inteligenţa materiei

“Being responsible front of the other. (part1)
We live in a historical period which, without too many difficulties, can be defined as a transition period. In many respects, in fact, the world as it appeared a few decades ago has almost completely disappeared. In its place, however, no paradigm that can be said to be truly new has yet materialized. The era to come, which always seems to be on the verge of a future driven by perhaps too naively acclaimed technological development, is as if it were slowed down by ideas, visions and practices that still belong to the past.
Take for example the urgent need to convert industrial production, but also individual consumption, through sustainable, ecological, greener and more aware practices. It is our own planet that requires us to make a change in this sense: climate change is there for all to see, but the political institutions that should deal with the issue are unable to be decided and united to stem the problem. We know that the resources we have are limited but we continue to exploit them even though there are already alternatives, so we squander what nature can offer us in a year well before this year is over because we still believe in the mad and blind race of progress.
We also take the incredible technological development that information technology has made possible. We can store an incredible amount of information in devices that we can put in our pockets, we have at our fingertips practically much of all the knowledge that humanity has produced throughout its history, but ignorance continues to spread like a river in full.
The areas in which it is possible to recognize that much the current historical period is a period of transition are still many others, from the political one, with the crisis of representative democracies but also with the absence of a real alternative, to the economic one, social, with the giants of the web that increasingly impoverish small businesses, thus contributing to widening the gap, now almost unbridgeable, between the few who have too much and the many who have less and less. Or with the appearance of a new precious commodity: our personal data that is exchanged too lightly, as if they were a traditional market product.
In this framework, already quite unstable in itself, the Covid-19 pandemic, directly or indirectly, is also radically changing our sociality.
In fact, the spread of the virus has highlighted not only the fragility of the world economic-social system, in which if you break a link in the chain it is the whole chain that breaks, but it has also made clear, by difference, how much the our way of relating to others, even the most banal, even the most everyday. Especially in a country like ours, which has made conviviality its distinctive feature. What seemed natural to us, like hugging and greeting each other with a kiss with an acquaintance or going to a concert piled on top of each other, now that we are discouraged - if not forbidden - takes on even more value.
Probably a value that we didn't even know, so obvious and taken for granted, was there before. In other words: we only discover what our social freedom was worth now that it is being restricted to us. And we discover it, precisely, by difference, by comparing what we could have done before with what we must do now.
In this regard, I would like to ask a question: why should all of us accept that our way of life, our daily habits and our social freedom are limited?
The question is deliberately provocative. His answer, quite obvious. In some cases, however, even the question whose answer seems obvious and obvious must still be formulated. It must be formulated in order to attempt to review the question posed in a clearer and more profound way, that is, to better understand the underlying reasons. Therefore, although the answer is evident as well as common sense, I believe that asking this question can help to better understand some intrinsic reasons.”
Corina Abdulahm Negura