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LISt Processing language.
(Or mythically "Lots of Irritating Superfluous Parentheses").
{Artificial Intelligence}'s mother tongue, a symbolic,
{functional}, {recursive} language based on the ideas of
{lambda-calculus}, variable-length lists and trees as
fundamental data types and the interpretation of code as data
and vice-versa.
Data objects in Lisp are lists and {atoms}. Lists may contain
lists and atoms. Atoms are either numbers or symbols.
Programs in Lisp are themselves lists of symbols which can be
treated as data. Most implementations of Lisp allow functions
with {side-effects} but there is a core of Lisp which is
{purely functional}.
All Lisp functions and programs are expressions that return
values; this, together with the high memory use of Lisp, gave
rise to {Alan Perlis}'s famous quip (itself a take on an Oscar
Wilde quote) that "Lisp programmers know the value of
everything and the cost of nothing".
The original version was {LISP 1}, invented by {John McCarthy}
at {MIT} in the late 1950s. Lisp is
actually older than any other {high level language} still in
use except {Fortran}. Accordingly, it has undergone
considerable change over the years. Modern variants are quite
different in detail. The dominant {HLL} among hackers until
the early 1980s, Lisp now shares the throne with {C}. See
{languages of choice}.
One significant application for Lisp has been as a proof by
example that most newer languages, such as {COBOL} and {Ada},
are full of unnecessary {crocks}. When the {Right Thing} has
already been done once, there is no justification for
{bogosity} in newer languages.
See also {Association of Lisp Users}, {Common Lisp}, {Franz
Lisp}, {MacLisp}, {Portable Standard Lisp}, {Interlisp},
{Scheme}, {ELisp}, {Kamin's interpreters}.
[{Jargon File}]

Lispkit Lisp
Purely functional version of LISP. "Functional Programming,
Application and Implementation", P. Henderson, P-H 1980.

Lispkit Lisp ::: Purely functional version of LISP. Functional Programming, Application and Implementation, P. Henderson, P-H 1980.

A {functional programming} language designed by
Peter Henderson with Lisp syntax. Designed for portability.
The Lispkit implementation is an extension to Landin's SECD
machine that supports lazy evaluation. See also Stack
environment control dump machine.

Lispkit ::: (language) A functional programming language designed by Peter Henderson with Lisp syntax. Designed for portability. The Lispkit implementation is an extension to Landin's SECD machine that supports lazy evaluation. See also Stack environment control dump machine.

Lisp ::: (language) LISt Processing language.(Or mythically Lots of Irritating Superfluous Parentheses). Artificial Intelligence's mother tongue, a symbolic, functional, recursive language based on the ideas of lambda-calculus, variable-length lists and trees as fundamental data types and the interpretation of code as data and vice-versa.Data objects in Lisp are lists and atoms. Lists may contain lists and atoms. Atoms are either numbers or symbols. Programs in Lisp are themselves lists of functions with side-effects but there is a core of Lisp which is purely functional.All Lisp functions and programs are expressions that return values; this, together with the high memory use of Lisp, gave rise to Alan Perlis's famous quip (itself a take on an Oscar Wilde quote) that Lisp programmers know the value of everything and the cost of nothing.The original version was LISP 1, invented by John McCarthy at MIT in the late 1950s. Lisp is actually variants are quite different in detail. The dominant HLL among hackers until the early 1980s, Lisp now shares the throne with C. See languages of choice.One significant application for Lisp has been as a proof by example that most newer languages, such as COBOL and Ada, are full of unnecessary crocks. When the Right Thing has already been done once, there is no justification for bogosity in newer languages.See also Association of Lisp Users, Common Lisp, Franz Lisp, MacLisp, Portable Standard Lisp, Interlisp, Scheme, ELisp, Kamin's interpreters.[Jargon File] (1995-04-16)

P. Dourish, U Edinburgh 1988.

Lisp-Linda ::: P. Dourish, U Edinburgh 1988.

Lisp Machine ::: 1. (architecture) Any machine (whether notional or actual) whose instruction set is Lisp.2. (hardware, operating system) A line of workstations made by Symbolics, Inc. from the mid-1970s (having grown out of the MIT AI Lab) to late 1980s. All system code for Symbolics Lisp Machines was written in Lisp Machine Lisp. Symbolics Lisp Machines were also notable for having had space-cadet keyboards.[More details and historical background?] .(2003-07-03)

Lisp Machine
1. Any {machine} (whether notional or actual)
whose instruction set is {Lisp}.
2. A line of {workstations} made
by {Symbolics, Inc.} from the mid-1970s (having grown out of
the {MIT AI Lab}) to late 1980s. All system code for
Symbolics Lisp Machines was written in {Lisp Machine Lisp}.
Symbolics Lisp Machines were also notable for having had
{space-cadet keyboards}.
[More details and historical background?]
{Lisp Machine Museum

Lisp Object-Oriented Programming System
(LOOPS) An {object-oriented} extension of {Lisp} from the
{Intelligent Systems Laboratory} at {Xerox} {Palo Alto
Research Center}. It is used in the development of
{knowledge-based systems}.
See also {CommonLoops}.
["The LOOPS Manual", D.G. Bobrow & M. Stefik, Xerox Corp

Lisp Object-Oriented Programming System ::: (LOOPS) An object-oriented extension of Lisp from the Intelligent Systems Laboratory at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center. It is used in the development of knowledge-based systems.See also CommonLoops.[The LOOPS Manual, D.G. Bobrow & M. Stefik, Xerox Corp 1983].

"Concurrent Programming Language Lisptalk", C. Li, SIGPLAN
Notices 23(4):71-80 (Apr 1988).

Lisptalk ::: Concurrent Programming Language Lisptalk, C. Li, SIGPLAN Notices 23(4):71-80 (Apr 1988).

CLOS based windowing system on OpenWindows.

LispView ::: CLOS based windowing system on OpenWindows.

LISP 1.5
The second version of {Lisp}, successor to {LISP 1}.
Developed at {MIT} in 1959. Followed by LISP 1.75, LISP 1.9,
{Lisp 2} and many other versions.

LISP 1.5 ::: The second version of Lisp, successor to LISP 1. Developed at MIT in 1959. Followed by LISP 1.75, LISP 1.9, Lisp 2 and many other versions.

The original {Lisp}. Invented by John McCarthy et al at {MIT}
in the late 50's. Followed by {LISP 1.5}.

LISP 1 ::: The original Lisp. Invented by John McCarthy et al at MIT in the late 50's. Followed by LISP 1.5.

{LISP 1.5} with an {ALGOL 60}-like surface syntax. Also
optional type declarations, new data types including
integer-indexed {arrays} and character strings, partial-word
extraction/insertion operators and {macros}. A
{pattern-matching} facility similar to {COMIT} was proposed.
Implemented for the {Q-32} computer.
["The LISP 2 Programming Language and System", P.W. Abrahams
et al, Proc FJCC 29:661-676, AFIPS (Fall 1966).]

LISP 2 ::: LISP 1.5 with an ALGOL 60-like surface syntax. Also optional type declarations, new data types including integer-indexed arrays and character strings, partial-word extraction/insertion operators and macros. A pattern-matching facility similar to COMIT was proposed. Implemented for the Q-32 computer.[The LISP 2 Programming Language and System, P.W. Abrahams et al, Proc FJCC 29:661-676, AFIPS (Fall 1966).]

LISP70 ::: A Lisp dialect descended from MLISP and MLISP2. Also known as PLISP and VEL. Useful for parsing. Only the pattern-matching system was published and fully implemented. According to Alan Kay, LISP70 had an influence on Smalltalk-72. The LISP70 Pattern Matching System, Larry Tesler et al, IJCAI 73.

A {Lisp} dialect descended from {MLISP} and {MLISP2}. Also
known as PLISP and VEL. Useful for parsing. Only the
pattern-matching system was published and fully implemented.
According to Alan Kay, LISP70 had an influence on
{Smalltalk-72}. "The LISP70 Pattern Matching System, Larry
Tesler et al, IJCAI 73.

"LISP A: A LISP-like System for Incremental Computing", E.J.
Sandewall, Proc SJCC 32 (1968).

LISP A ::: LISP A: A LISP-like System for Incremental Computing, E.J. Sandewall, Proc SJCC 32 (1968).

lisped ::: imp. & p. p. --> of Lisp

lisper ::: n. --> One who lisps.

LISP Extended Algebraic Facility
["An Algebraic Extension to LISP", P.H. Knowlton, Proc FJCC 35

LISP Extended Algebraic Facility ::: (language) (LEAF)[An Algebraic Extension to LISP, P.H. Knowlton, Proc FJCC 35 1969]. (1996-06-07)

lispingly ::: adv. --> With a lisp; in a lisping manner.

lisping ::: p. pr. & vb. n. --> of Lisp

lisping ::: the sound produced by pronouncing s or z like, or nearly like, the th sounds of thin and this.

An extension of {Maclisp}, now called {Zetalisp}.

LISP Machine LISP ::: (language) An extension of Maclisp, now called Zetalisp. (1998-12-13)

LISP, Objects, and Symbolic Programming ::: A book with compiler included by Robert R. Kessler and Amy R. Petajan, published by Scott, Foresman and Company, Glenview, IL, USA. (1988).

LISP, Objects, and Symbolic Programming
A book with compiler included by Robert R. Kessler and Amy
R. Petajan, published by Scott, Foresman and Company,
Glenview, IL, USA. (1988).

lisp ::: v. i. --> To pronounce the sibilant letter s imperfectly; to give s and z the sound of th; -- a defect common among children.
To speak with imperfect articulation; to mispronounce, as a child learning to talk.
To speak hesitatingly with a low voice, as if afraid. ::: v. t.

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   1 Harold Abelson
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1:We toast the Lisp programmer who pens his thoughts within nests of parentheses. ~ Alan Perlis,
2:If you give someone Fortran, he has Fortran. If you give someone Lisp, he has any language he pleases ~ Guy Steele,
3:LISP programmers know the value of everything and the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis, ,(take on an Oscar Wilde quote),
4:By policy, LISP has never really catered to mere mortals. And, of course, mere mortals have never really forgiven LISP for not catering to them. ~ Larry Wall,
5:The nearest thing Common Lisp has to a motto is the koan-like description, the programmable programming language.
   ~ ?,,
6:The most powerful programming language is Lisp. If you don't know Lisp (or its variant, Scheme), you don't appreciate what a powerful language is. Once you learn Lisp you will see what is missing in most other languages. ~ Richard Stallman,
7:Lisp is worth learning for ... the profound enlightenment experience you will have when you finally get it. That experience will make you a better programmer for the rest of your days, even if you never actually use Lisp itself a lot. ~ Eric S Raymond,
8:If Lisp is a 'programmable programming language,' then Scheme is an assemble-it-at-home kit for making yourself a programmable programming language. JavaScript does not have this quality AT ALL.
   ~ ?,,
9:Greenspun's tenth rule of programming is an aphorism in computer programming and especially programming language circles that states: Any sufficiently complicated C or Fortran program contains an ad-hoc, informally-specified, bug-ridden, slow implementation of half of Common Lisp. ~ Philip Greenspun,
10:andai on Oct 28, 2017 | parent | favorite | on: Alan Kay on Lisp\nI wonder if LISP and LSD encourage similar ways of thinking.\n\ntempodox on Oct 28, 2017 [-]\nBased on my own experiences with both, I'd say: Yes. Although I'm sure you couldn't prove it mathematically (yet). ~ website,,
11:Pascal is for building pyramids -- imposing, breathtaking, static structures built by armies pushing heavy blocks into place. Lisp is for building organisms -- imposing, breathtaking, dynamic structures built by squads fitting fluctuating myriads of simpler organisms into place.
   ~ Harold Abelson, Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs,
12:John McCarthy (September 4, 1927 - October 24, 2011) was an American computer scientist and cognitive scientist. McCarthy was one of the founders of the discipline of artificial intelligence.[1] He coined the term artificial intelligence (AI), developed the Lisp programming language family, significantly influenced the design of the ALGOL programming language, popularized timesharing, and was very influential in the early development of AI.
   ~ Wikipedia,
13:nabla9 on July 15, 2018 [-] \n\nCommon Lisp as hackish vs protective is nice way to describe it.\n\nAnother way to describe it exploratory vs implementatory.\n\nIn some ways Common Lisp is like Mathematica for programming. It's a language for a computer architect to develop and explore high level concept. It's not a accident that early Javascript prototype was done in common lisp or that metaobject protocols, aspect-oriented programming, etc. were first implemented and experimented with Common Lisp. ~ site,,
14:It thunders, howls, roars, hisses, whistles, blusters, hums, growls, rumbles, squeaks, groans, sings, crackles, cracks, rattles, flickers, clicks, snarls, tumbles, whimpers, whines, rustles, murmurs, crashes, clucks, to gurgle, tinkles, blows, snores, claps, to lisp, to cough, it boils, to scream, to weep, to sob, to croak, to stutter, to lisp, to coo, to breathe, to clash, to bleat, to neigh, to grumble, to scrape, to bubble. These words, and others like them, which express sounds are more than mere symbols: they are a kind of hieroglyphics for the ear. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,

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1:Sou: o que vi. ~ Clarice Lispector
2:Живеенето води до смърт. ~ Clarice Lispector
3:Hoje me exige hoje mesmo. ~ Clarice Lispector
4:this is a feast of words. ~ Clarice Lispector
5:Living leaves me atremble. ~ Clarice Lispector
6:Common Lisp is politics, not art. ~ Scott Fahlman
7:I always give names to things ~ Clarice Lispector
8:I am only true when I’m alone. ~ Clarice Lispector
9:Не искаш ли да му бъдеш майка? ~ Clarice Lispector
10:Facts and particulars annoy me. ~ Clarice Lispector
11:There's nothing wrong with a lisp. ~ Kiernan Shipka
12:Me acostumbro pero no me amanso. ~ Clarice Lispector
13:The word is my fourth dimension. ~ Clarice Lispector
14:I work only with lost and founds. ~ Clarice Lispector
15:La vida en mí no tiene mi nombre. ~ Clarice Lispector
16:No one can enter another's heart. ~ Clarice Lispector
17:Perder-se é um achar-se perigoso. ~ Clarice Lispector
18:¿Qué hay después de la felicidad? ~ Clarice Lispector
19:Somos livres, e este é o inferno. ~ Clarice Lispector
20:What trips up my life is writing. ~ Clarice Lispector
21:A lisp doesn't make you charismatic. ~ Rachel B Glaser
22:El lenguaje es mi esfuerzo humano. ~ Clarice Lispector
23:¿Qué viene después de la felicidad? ~ Clarice Lispector
24:You Jig, you amble, and you lisp. ~ William Shakespeare
25:I'm not a synonym—I'm a proper noun. ~ Clarice Lispector
26:I, who called love my hope for love. ~ Clarice Lispector
27:Mis previsiones me cerraban el mundo. ~ Clarice Lispector
28:Soledad es tener sólo destino humano. ~ Clarice Lispector
29:Ça, si doux : ne pas fuir, mais aller. ~ Clarice Lispector
30:The more we need, the more God exists. ~ Clarice Lispector
31:To think is an act. To feel is a fact. ~ Clarice Lispector
32:Haber nacido me ha estropeado la salud. ~ Clarice Lispector
33:I lisp'd in numbers, for the numbers came. ~ Alexander Pope
34:Lisp isn't a language, it's a building material. ~ Alan Kay
35:My expectations closed the world to me. ~ Clarice Lispector
36:Quis o mar e sentiu os lençóis da cama. ~ Clarice Lispector
37:Sou um monstro ou isso é ser uma pessoa? ~ Clarice Lispector
38:Coherence is mutilation. I want disorder. ~ Clarice Lispector
39:In my interior I find the silence I seek. ~ Clarice Lispector
40:Uma jovem mulher cheia do próprio destino ~ Clarice Lispector
41:Você de repente não estranha de ser você? ~ Clarice Lispector
42:Бяхме много млади и не умеехме да мълчим. ~ Clarice Lispector
43:her short stories read like perfect songs. ~ Clarice Lispector
44:How living hurt. Living was an open wound. ~ Clarice Lispector
45:No quiero la belleza, quiero la identidad. ~ Clarice Lispector
46:А аз не знаех как да съществувам пред мъж. ~ Clarice Lispector
47:Long live the dead because we live in them. ~ Clarice Lispector
48:А вън - Бог в акациите. Които съществуваха. ~ Clarice Lispector
49:For her reality was too much to be believed. ~ Clarice Lispector
50:Oh my God,” she whispered, lisping around her fangs. ~ S M Reine
51:Yes – oh dear yes – the novel tells a story. ~ Clarice Lispector
52:Meu impulso de todos os momentos é ir embora. ~ Clarice Lispector
53:Saying meaningless words is my great freedom. ~ Clarice Lispector
54:I find the greatest serenity in hallucination. ~ Clarice Lispector
55:I only achieve simplicity with enormous effort ~ Clarice Lispector
56:I was born a few instants ago and I am dimmed. ~ Clarice Lispector
57:Lo único que estropea la felicidad es el miedo ~ Clarice Lispector
58:O erro é um dos meus modos fatais de trabalho. ~ Clarice Lispector
59:A deseroização é o grande fracasso de uma vida. ~ Clarice Lispector
60:Estar vivo é uma grossa indiferença irradiante. ~ Clarice Lispector
61:I write to save someone's life, probably my own ~ Clarice Lispector
62:La coherencia es mutilación. Quiero el desorden ~ Clarice Lispector
63:(...) o que é a vida senão uma parada de modas? ~ Clarice Lispector
64:To write you I first cover myself with perfume. ~ Clarice Lispector
65:because our living matter is greater than we are ~ Clarice Lispector
66:Don't forget that for now it's strawberry season ~ Clarice Lispector
67:La verdad es un contacto interior inexplicable". ~ Clarice Lispector
68:The sea, the sea’s swell, silent and breathless. ~ Clarice Lispector
69:Holding someone's hand was always my idea of joy. ~ Clarice Lispector
70:I don't have anything to nourish me: I eat myself ~ Clarice Lispector
71:The Complete Stories of Clarice Lispector, the singularly ~ Anonymous
72:They gave me a name and alienated me from myself. ~ Clarice Lispector
73:You who are reading me please help me to be born. ~ Clarice Lispector
74:For one has the right to shout. So, I am shouting. ~ Clarice Lispector
75:In no sense an intellectual, I write with my body. ~ Clarice Lispector
76:Naranja en la mesa. Bendito el árbol que te parió. ~ Clarice Lispector
77:Pero cada vez la odiaba más porque no podía amarla ~ Clarice Lispector
78:Saber será tal vez el asesinato de mi alma humana. ~ Clarice Lispector
79:These fragments of book mean that I work in ruins. ~ Clarice Lispector
80:Činjenice su zvučne, ali između njih postoji šapat. ~ Clarice Lispector
81:Persistence is our effort, giving up is the reward. ~ Clarice Lispector
82:At the bottom of everything there is the hallelujah. ~ Clarice Lispector
83:Brazil is where I have to be, where I have my roots. ~ Clarice Lispector
84:Do you ever suddenly find it strange to be yourself? ~ Clarice Lispector
85:Para mim não existem nunca lugares, existem pessoas. ~ Clarice Lispector
86:Todo momento de encontrar es un perderse a sí mismo. ~ Clarice Lispector
87:Do not mourn the dead. They know what they are doing. ~ Clarice Lispector
88:For one has the right to shout.
So, I am shouting. ~ Clarice Lispector
89:I' is merely one of the world's instantaneous spasms. ~ Clarice Lispector va a ser una vida fácil. Pero es una vida nueva ~ Clarice Lispector
91:This is not a lament, it's the cry of a bird of prey. ~ Clarice Lispector
92:Yes, she was happy inside her neurosis. War neurosis. ~ Clarice Lispector
93:Аз съм мъж, обади се полът му с мрачно тържествуване. ~ Clarice Lispector
94:Liberdade é pouco. O que eu desejo ainda não tem nome. ~ Clarice Lispector
95:Medo de não amar, pior do que o medo de não ser amado. ~ Clarice Lispector
96:Living is like being tired and not being able to sleep. ~ Clarice Lispector
97:А по въпроса, кое е първо: яйцето е намерило кокошката. ~ Clarice Lispector
98:Avísenme si empiezo a convertirme en demasiado yo misma» ~ Clarice Lispector
99:Escrevo e assim me livro de mim e posso então descansar. ~ Clarice Lispector
100:Mis desequilibradas palabras son el lujo de mi silencio. ~ Clarice Lispector
101:She was made entirely of a sweetness bordering on tears. ~ Clarice Lispector
102:A grande bondade do santo – é que para ele tudo é igual . ~ Clarice Lispector
103:Es como unas ganas de respirar fuerte, y también el miedo ~ Clarice Lispector
104:Suffering for a being deepens the heart within the heart. ~ Clarice Lispector
105:Όσο για το γράψιμο, περισσότερο αξίζει ένα ζωντανό σκυλί. ~ Clarice Lispector
106:Всъщност какво ще рече „поезия“, тази притеснителна дума? ~ Clarice Lispector
107:A vida se me é, e eu não entendo o que digo. E então adoro. ~ Clarice Lispector
108:O que não sei dizer é mais importante do que o que eu digo. ~ Clarice Lispector
109:What I’m writing to you is not for reading— it’s for being. ~ Clarice Lispector
110:Едва шаваше от страх да не стресне собственото си внимание. ~ Clarice Lispector
111:Dying is something else. Dying is different to good and bad. ~ Clarice Lispector
112:Freedom isn't enough. What I desire doesn't have a name yet. ~ Clarice Lispector
113:Amo a quien tiene paciencia para esperar por mí y por mi voz. ~ Clarice Lispector
114:If you want to know why Lisp doesn't win around you, find a mirror. ~ Erik Naggum
115:Man’s habits change more rapidly than his instincts. ~ Charles Coulston Gillispie
116:Whose cruel idea was it for the word “lisp” to have an “s” in it? ~ Steven Wright
117:Той, който от женско сърце бе получавал само майчина целувка. ~ Clarice Lispector
118:E eu não fora grande bastante: só os grandes amam a monotonia. ~ Clarice Lispector
119:Not having been born an animal is one of my secret nostalgias. ~ Clarice Lispector
120:Lisp is a programmable programming language. ~ John Foderaro, CACM, September 1991.
121:Quem se recusa à visão de um bicho está com medo de si próprio. ~ Clarice Lispector
122:She believed in angels, and, because she believed, they existed ~ Clarice Lispector
123:Es la amante que no teme pues sabe que lo tendrá todo nuevamente ~ Clarice Lispector
124:I want shade, I want shade and anonymity.
from "The Departure ~ Clarice Lispector
125:Living isn't courage, knowing that you're living, that's courage ~ Clarice Lispector
126:Actually even the worst childhood is always enchanted, how awful. ~ Clarice Lispector
127:A ética da moral é mantê-la em segredo. A liberdade é um segredo. ~ Clarice Lispector
128:Bastou vê-lo para torná-lo imediatamente sua goiabada-com-queijo. ~ Clarice Lispector
129:Her curiosity instructed her more than the answers she was given. ~ Clarice Lispector
130:⁠—Look, haven't you noticed, none of your questions have answers? ~ Clarice Lispector
131:Sometimes writing a single line is enough to save your own heart. ~ Clarice Lispector
132:The world's continual breathing is what we hear and call silence. ~ Clarice Lispector
133:Y que, pobre de mí, no estaba a la altura sino de mi propia vida. ~ Clarice Lispector
134:Could it be that the person who sees most, feels and suffers most? ~ Clarice Lispector
135:I had reached nothingness, and the nothingness was live and moist. ~ Clarice Lispector
136:I write and that way rid myself of me and then at last I can rest. ~ Clarice Lispector
137:Quem já não se perguntou: sou um monstro ou isto é ser uma pessoa? ~ Clarice Lispector
138:Se não tivesse sido eu, eu não saberia, e tendo sido eu, eu soube. ~ Clarice Lispector
139:A LISP programmer knows the value of everything, but the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis
140:Não ter nascido bicho parece ser uma de minhas secretas nostalgias. ~ Clarice Lispector
141:No fundo ela não passara de uma caixinha de música meio desafinada. ~ Clarice Lispector
142:Nothing happened if she kept waiting for what was going to happen . ~ Clarice Lispector
143:no soy lo bastante adulta para saber usar una verdad sin destruirme. ~ Clarice Lispector
144:the most important word in the language has but two letters: is. Is. ~ Clarice Lispector
145:One way of getting is not looking, one way of having is not asking... ~ Clarice Lispector
146:And it's inside myself that I must create someone who will understand. ~ Clarice Lispector
147:If she was no longer herself that meant a loss that counted as a gain. ~ Clarice Lispector
148:Queria saber: Depois que se é feliz, o que acontece? O que vem depois? ~ Clarice Lispector
149:Quiero ser anónima e íntima. Quiero hablar sin hablar, de ser posible. ~ Clarice Lispector
150:Този път, както бяха онемели, дори не им хрумна да обвинят обществото. ~ Clarice Lispector
151:A coerência, não a quero mais. Coerência é mutilação. Quero a desordem. ~ Clarice Lispector
152:…думата „съвпадение“ смяташе за нова словесна измама и стара измислица. ~ Clarice Lispector
153:la esperanza no existe, porque ella no es ya un futuro aplazado, es hoy. ~ Clarice Lispector
154:There it is, the sea, the most incomprehensible of non-human existences. ~ Clarice Lispector
155:We’ve been keeping our deaths a secret so as to make our lives possible. ~ Clarice Lispector
156:(...) às vezes não se tem o que escrever mesmo quando se tem o que falar. ~ Clarice Lispector
157:At the bottom of everything there is the hallelujah. —CLARICE LISPECTOR, Água Viva ~ R O Kwon
158:Danger is what makes life precious. Death is the constant danger of life. ~ Clarice Lispector
159:E nunca antes eu me havia deixado levar, a menos que soubesse para o quê. ~ Clarice Lispector
160:I know that what I am feeling is serious and has the power to destroy me. ~ Clarice Lispector
161:Lisp은 코드와 데이터를 단일하게 취급함으로써, 완전한 계산 이론(a complete theory of computation)을 포함하고 있다는 ~ Anonymous
162:We toast the Lisp programmer who pens his thoughts within nests of parentheses. ~ Alan Perlis
163:You don't understand music: you hear it. So hear me with your whole body. ~ Clarice Lispector
164:A vida é igual em toda a parte e o que é necessário é a gente ser a gente. ~ Clarice Lispector
165:Dear God, only now am I remembering that people die. Does that include me? ~ Clarice Lispector
166:We toast the Lisp programmer who pens his thoughts within nests of parentheses. ~ Alan Perlis,
167:A guerra é boa talvez no sentido de chamar a atenção para certos problemas. ~ Clarice Lispector
168:Cuanto menos soy más viva estoy, cuanto más pierdo mi nombre más me llaman. ~ Clarice Lispector
169:Querida quem faz arte sofre como os outros só que tem um meio de expressão. ~ Clarice Lispector
170:La actitud debe ser: no se pierde por esperar, no se pierde por no entender. ~ Clarice Lispector
171:Lisp ... made me aware that software could be close to executable mathematics. ~ L Peter Deutsch
172:Adiós. No, quien viaja por la noche solo mira por la ventana y no dice adiós. ~ Clarice Lispector
173:Elegir la propia máscara es el primer gesto voluntario humano. Y es solitario ~ Clarice Lispector
174:I am afraid to be who I am. There is a total silence within me. I get scared. ~ Clarice Lispector
175:Not knowing yourself is inevitable, and not knowing yourself demands courage. ~ Clarice Lispector
176:Pero al amanecer creo que nosotros somo los contemporáneos del día siguiente. ~ Clarice Lispector
177:She felt the phrase “demand her rights” had lain inside her forever, waiting. ~ Clarice Lispector
178:Do you know that hope sometimes consists only of a question without an answer? ~ Clarice Lispector
179:I hear the mad song of a little bird and crush butterflies between my fingers. ~ Clarice Lispector
180:Who hasn't asked himself, am I a monster or is this what it means to be human? ~ Clarice Lispector
181:Сетне и думата „тревожност“ увехна, като показа колко лъжовно е устното слово. ~ Clarice Lispector
182:Que ninguém se engane: só se consegue a simplicidade através de muito trabalho. ~ Clarice Lispector
183:Transfiguro la realidad y entonces otra realidad soñadora y noctámbula me crea. ~ Clarice Lispector
184:Whoever wishes may accompany me: the road is long, it's painful but it's lived. ~ Clarice Lispector
185:[Emacs] is written in Lisp, which is the only computer language that is beautiful. ~ Neal Stephenson
186:Escribo como si fuera a salvar la vida de alguien. Probablemente mi propia vida. ~ Clarice Lispector
187:I am not an intellectual, I write with my body. And what I write is a moist fog. ~ Clarice Lispector
188:Пред обсебващото ми обожание то би могло да се отдръпне и повече да не се върне. ~ Clarice Lispector
189:But don't forget, in the meantime, that this is the season for strawberries. Yes. ~ Clarice Lispector
190:he thinks that flowers are hauntingly delicate like a sigh of nobody in the dark. ~ Clarice Lispector
191:since she wasn't a sad person, she tried to go on as if she hadn't lost anything. ~ Clarice Lispector
192:Sin embargo, a veces adivinaba. Eran manchas cósmicas que sustituían al entender. ~ Clarice Lispector
193:So long as I have questions to which there are no answers, I shall go on writing. ~ Clarice Lispector
194:To write I begin by stripping myself of words. I prefer the poor words left over. ~ Clarice Lispector
195:Who hasn’t ever wondered: am I a monster or is this what it means to be a person? ~ Clarice Lispector
196:El amor ya está, siempre está. Falta sólo el golpe de gracia —que se llama pasión. ~ Clarice Lispector
197:from any struggle or rest I will rise up as strong and beautiful as a young horse. ~ Clarice Lispector
198:I'm no more than a comma in life. I who am a colon. Thou, thou art my exclamation. ~ Clarice Lispector
199:As for music, where does it go? The only concrete thing in music is the instrument. ~ Clarice Lispector
200:I don't miss it, because I have my childhood more now than when it was happening... ~ Clarice Lispector
201:Quanto mais precisarmos, mais Deus existe. Quanto mais pudermos, mais Deus teremos. ~ Clarice Lispector
202:Every day it will be the same thing: at dusk I begin to feel melancholy and pensive. ~ Clarice Lispector
203:I understand a hen, perfectly. I mean, the intimate life of a hen, I know how it is. ~ Clarice Lispector
204:(...) poucas vezes a gente encontra pessoas cuja alegria não seja somente digestiva. ~ Clarice Lispector
205:The only truth is that I live. Sincerely, I live. Who am I? Well, that's a bit much. ~ Clarice Lispector
206:A feiura é o meu estandarte de guerra. Eu amo o feio com um amor de igual para igual. ~ Clarice Lispector
207:Como se explica que o meu maior medo seja exatamente o de ir vivendo o que for sendo? ~ Clarice Lispector
208:É que ela sentia falta de encontrar-se consigo mesma e sofrer um pouco é um encontro. ~ Clarice Lispector
209:How do I explain that my greatest fear is precisely in relation to ... to being?" (5) ~ Clarice Lispector
210:Na vida nós somos artistas de uma peça de teatro absurdo escrita por um Deus absurdo. ~ Clarice Lispector
211:I am before, I am almost, I am never. And all of this I won when I stopped loving you. ~ Clarice Lispector
212:La cama blanquecina nadando en la oscuridad. El cansancio arrastrándose por su cuerpo, ~ Clarice Lispector
213:Life just is for me, and I don’t understand what I’m saying. And so I adore it. —————— ~ Clarice Lispector
214:Ainda bem que o que eu vou escrever já deve estar na certa de algum modo escrito em mim ~ Clarice Lispector
215:I cannot stand repetition: routine divides me from potential novelties within my reach. ~ Clarice Lispector
216:In the world there exists no aesthetic plane, not even the aesthetic plane of goodness. ~ Clarice Lispector
217:It is because I dove into the abyss that I am beginning to love the abyss I am made of. ~ Clarice Lispector
218:Pela primeira vez na vida eu teria o que sempre quisera: ia ser outra que não eu mesma. ~ Clarice Lispector
219:I am obscure to myself. I let myself happen. I unfold only in the now. I am rudely alive. ~ Clarice Lispector
220:La bondad era tibia y sin consistencia, olía a carne cruda guardada durante mucho tiempo. ~ Clarice Lispector
221:La oración profunda no es aquella que pide, la oración más profunda es la que ya no pide. ~ Clarice Lispector
222:Você tem razão, não adianta se preocupar pois para cada problema existem muitas soluções. ~ Clarice Lispector
223:Love is now, is always. All that is missing is the coup de grâce- which is called passion. ~ Clarice Lispector
224:Romperei todos os nãos que existem dentro de mim, provarei a mim mesma que nada há a temer, ~ Clarice Lispector
225:I write in acrobatics and pirouettes in the air - I write because I so deeply want to speak. ~ Clarice Lispector
226:Only later did she think with satisfaction: I'm a typist and a virgin, and I like coca-cola. ~ Clarice Lispector
227:Só há dois modos de descobrir que a Terra é redonda: ou estudando em livros, ou sendo feliz. ~ Clarice Lispector
228:Tudo estará em mim, se eu não for; pois “eu” é apenas um dos espasmos instantâneos do mundo. ~ Clarice Lispector
229:- How does it feel to have a daughter?
- At times it's like holding a warm egg in my hand. ~ Clarice Lispector
230:Ouve, por eu ter mergulhado no abismo é que estou começando a amar o abismo de que sou feita. ~ Clarice Lispector
231:If you give someone Fortran, he has Fortran. If you give someone Lisp, he has any language he pleases ~ Guy Steele
232:If you give someone Fortran, he has Fortran. If you give someone Lisp, he has any language he pleases ~ Guy Steele,
233:O mundo todo é ligeiramente chato, parece.O que importa na vida é estar junto de quem se gosta. ~ Clarice Lispector
234:So she repented. Since she wasn't quite sure for what, she repented entirely and for everything. ~ Clarice Lispector
235:Then, born again from her womb, it rose again, beseeching in a swelling wave, that urge to kill. ~ Clarice Lispector
236:Com surpresa descobriu que o conhecia profundamente. Apenas superficialmente é que o desconhecia. ~ Clarice Lispector
237:I, alive and glimmering like the instants, spark and go out, alight and go out, spark and go out. ~ Clarice Lispector
238:I don’t know what my secret is. Tell me about yours, teach me about the secret of each one of us. ~ Clarice Lispector
239:Nossos sentimentos e pensamentos são tão sobrenaturais como uma história passada depois da morte. ~ Clarice Lispector
240:Saldré de esta oscuridad donde tengo miedo, oscuridad y éxtasis. Soy el corazón de las tinieblas. ~ Clarice Lispector
241:Vengo de lejos, de una fuerte ancestralidad. Yo, que vengo del dolor de vivir. Y ya no lo quiero. ~ Clarice Lispector
242:Eu escrevo à meia-noite porque sou escuro. Ângela escreve de dia porque é quase sempre luz alegre. ~ Clarice Lispector
243:It's like this: only when man takes notice through his simple gaze does a beginning appear to him. ~ Clarice Lispector
244:LISP programmers know the value of everything and the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis, ,(take on an Oscar Wilde quote),
245:Meanwhile the clouds are white and the sky is all blue. Why so much God. Why not a little for men. ~ Clarice Lispector
246:55: LISP programmers know the value of everything and the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
247:Anyone could learn Lisp in one day, except that if they already knew Fortran, it would take three days. ~ Marvin Minsky
248:Estou tão assustada que só poderei aceitar que me perdi se imaginar que alguém me está dando a mão. ~ Clarice Lispector
249:Inside her it was as if death didn’t exist, as if love could weld her, as if eternity were renewal. ~ Clarice Lispector
250:Viver é o meu código e o meu enigma. E quando eu morrer serei para os outros um código e um enigma. ~ Clarice Lispector
251:And I want to be held down. I don't know what to do with the horrifying freedom that can destroy me. ~ Clarice Lispector
252:It is curious that I can't say who I am. That is to say, I know it all too well, but I can't say it. ~ Clarice Lispector
253:My truest life is unrecognizable, extremely interior and there is not a single word that defines it. ~ Clarice Lispector
254:De toekomst had tenminste het voordeel niet het heden te zijn, wat slecht is kan altijd beter worden. ~ Clarice Lispector
255:Meanwhile, the clouds are white and the sky is blue. Why is there so much God? At the expense of men. ~ Clarice Lispector
256:When I think of what I already lived through it seems to me I was shedding my bodies along the paths. ~ Clarice Lispector
257:Everything in the world began with a yes. One molecule said yes to another molecule and life was born. ~ Clarice Lispector
258:Y el amor, en vez de darse, se exige. Y quienes nos quieren desean que seamos eso que ellos necesitan. ~ Clarice Lispector
259:To eat communion bread will be to taste the world's indifference, and to immerse myself in nothingness. ~ Clarice Lispector
260:Who has not asked himself at some time or other: am I a monster or is this what it means to be a person? ~ Clarice Lispector
261:Só uma vez se fez uma trágica pergunta: Quem sou eu? Assustou-se tanto que parou completamente de pensar. ~ Clarice Lispector
262:These are your father's parentheses. Elegant weapons, for a more... civilized age. ~ Randall Munroe, "Lisp Cycles", XKCD 297.
263:La consuelo haciéndole entender que también yo padezco la vasta e informe melancolía de haber sido creado. ~ Clarice Lispector
264:There are truths I haven’t even told God. And not even myself. I am a secret under the lock of seven keys. ~ Clarice Lispector
265:The terrible duty is that of going all the way to the end. And without relying on anyone. To live oneself. ~ Clarice Lispector
266:Tienes la costumbre de querer saber por qué -el por qué no me interesa, la causa es la materia del pasado. ~ Clarice Lispector
267:Aquello que será después es ahora. Ahora es el dominio de ahora. Y mientras dura la improvisación yo nazco. ~ Clarice Lispector
268:As soon as you discover the truth it's already gone: the moment passed. I ask: what is it? Reply: it's not. ~ Clarice Lispector
269:I ask myself: is every story that has ever been written in this world, a story of suffering and affliction? ~ Clarice Lispector
270:If you can’t find ten Lisp hackers, then your company is probably based in the wrong city for developing software ~ Paul Graham
271:No it is not easy to write. It is as hard as breaking rocks. Sparks and splinters fly like shattered steel. ~ Clarice Lispector
272:Ah, hand holding mine, if I hadn’t needed so much of myself to shape my life, I would already have had life! ~ Clarice Lispector
273:Como, pois, inaugurar agora em mim o pensamento? E talvez só o pensamento me salvasse, tenho medo da paixão. ~ Clarice Lispector
274:I'm going to start my exercise in courage, living isn't courage, knowing that you're living, that's courage. ~ Clarice Lispector
275:Life really just barely escapes me though the certainty comes to me that life is other and has a hidden style ~ Clarice Lispector
276:but the crime is more important than the punishment. I enliven all of me in my happy instinct for destruction. ~ Clarice Lispector
277:O tempo não existe. O que chamamos de tempo é o movimento de evolução das coisas, mas o tempo em si não existe. ~ Clarice Lispector
278:Life is like that: you press a button and life lights up. Except that the girl didnt know which button to press. ~ Clarice Lispector
279:Por te falar eu te assustarei e te perderei? mas se eu não falar eu me perderei, e por me perder eu te perderia. ~ Clarice Lispector
280:Cuántas veces le había dado una propina exagerada al camarero, sólo porque pensó que él iba a morir y no lo sabía ~ Clarice Lispector
281:How could it be in that cavity-ridden body so much lasciviousness could fit, without her even knowing she had it. ~ Clarice Lispector
282:The doctor simply refused to take pity. And added: when you don’t know what to eat make a nice Italian spaghetti. ~ Clarice Lispector
283:여러 가지 좋은 언어들이 있지만 — 예를 들어 (알파벳 순으로) : gbeta, Objective CAML, Python, Ruby — 나는 단번에, Lisp이 어떤 의미로는 이런 모든 언어들의 모체라는 인상을 받았다. ~ Anonymous
284:Había dos maneras de mirarla: imaginando que estaba lejos y era grande, o creyendo que era pequeña y estaba cerca. ~ Clarice Lispector
285:I'm lost on this Sunday that's neither hot nor cold, having already taken refuge in a movie theater...
I wished ~ Clarice Lispector
286:I ask myself: is every story that has ever been written in this world, a story of suffering and affliction?
~ Clarice Lispector
287:I really like things I don't understand: when I read a thing I don't understand I feel a sweet and abysmal vertigo. ~ Clarice Lispector
288:Já me parece sinceramente não pertencer mais a nenhum lugar, tenho medo disso. Mas vamos deixar o futuro ao futuro. ~ Clarice Lispector
289:Me quedo perpleja como una criatura al ver que incluso en el amor hay que tener sentido común y noción de la medida. ~ Clarice Lispector
290:When living comes to pass, one wonders: but was that it? And the answer is: that is not only it, that is exactly it. ~ Clarice Lispector
291:Която помисли, че удоволствието е дар за нея, и не се усети, че го получава, за да се разсее, докато яйцето съзрява. ~ Clarice Lispector
292:Emacs is written in Lisp, which is the only computer language that is beautiful. ~ Neal Stephenson, In the Beginning Was the Command Line.
293:I can feel myself holding a child, thought Joanna. Sleep, my child, sleep, I tell you. The child is warm and I am sad. ~ Clarice Lispector
294:The difference between the insane and the not-insane person is that the latter doesn't do or say the things he thinks. ~ Clarice Lispector
295:Above all, she went on thinking, she understands life because she is not sufficiently intelligent not to understand it. ~ Clarice Lispector
296:But what can I do if you are not touched by my defects, whereas I loved yours. My candour was crushed underfoot by you. ~ Clarice Lispector
297:Every idea that occurred to him, because he became familiar with it in seconds, came with the fear of having stolen it. ~ Clarice Lispector
298:I carry out sun rituals on the slopes of high mountains. But I am also taboo for myself, untouchable because forbidden. ~ Clarice Lispector
299:It is instead just the grace of a common person turning suddenly real because he is common and human and recoignizable. ~ Clarice Lispector
300:—Haz de nuevo la pregunta, Juana, no te he oído. —Quería saber qué pasa después de que se es feliz. ¿Qué ocurre después? ~ Clarice Lispector
301:...instead of offering me a Garibaldi biscuit, she asked me with that faint lisp of hers, to 'have some squashed flies, George'. ~ H G Wells
302:Pois a actualidade não tem esperança, e a actualidade não tem futuro: o futuro será exactamente de novo uma actualidade. ~ Clarice Lispector
303:But I’ve never known what to do with people and the things I like, sometimes they weigh me down, ever since I was a girl. ~ Clarice Lispector
304:My life, the most truthful one, is unrecognizable, extremely interior, and there is no single word that gives it meaning. ~ Clarice Lispector
305:Soledad es tener sólo destino humano. Y soledad es no necesitar. No necesitar deja a un hombre muy solo, totalmente solo. ~ Clarice Lispector
306:For other people she didn’t exist. Her only advantage over others was knowing how to swallow pills without any water, dry. ~ Clarice Lispector
307:That's why the smartest companies use Common Lisp, but lie about it so all their competitors think Lisp is slow and C++ is fast. ~ Erik Naggum
308:Perhaps love is to give one’s own solitude to others? For it is the very last thing we have to offer.

from "The Gift ~ Clarice Lispector
309:Liberdade? É meu último refúgio, forcei-me à liberdade e aguento-a não como um dom mas com heroísmo: sou heroicamente livre. ~ Clarice Lispector
310:Obsessed with the desire to be happy I lost my life. I moved with the tension of a bow and arrow in an unreality of desires. ~ Clarice Lispector
311:She exists as in dreams. She has no sense of reality. She gets nervous because people are always interrupting her daydreams. ~ Clarice Lispector
312:Real life is so secret that not even I, who am dying of it, have been given the password, I am dying without knowing of what. ~ Clarice Lispector
313:Soy poco a poco. Mi historia es vivir. Y no tengo miedo del fracaso. Aunque el fracaso me aniquile quiero la gloria del caer. ~ Clarice Lispector
314:Дори не осъзнаваше, че е грозен, като се усмихва. Доверчиво ми позволяваше да видя грозотата му, неговата най-невинна страна. ~ Clarice Lispector
315:Do zero ao infinito vou caminhando sem parar. Mas ao mesmo tempo tudo é tão fugaz. Eu sempre fui e imediatamente não era mais. ~ Clarice Lispector
316:Ela acreditava em anjo e, porque acreditava, eles existiam" | "She believed in angels, and, because she believed, they existed ~ Clarice Lispector
317:Fui al encuentro de mí. Tranquila. alegre, plenitud sin fulminación. Simplemente yo soy yo. Y tú eres tú. Es vasto, va a durar. ~ Clarice Lispector
318:— O senhor não compreende, disse ela de novo irritada, que eu não posso pedir? porque preciso de tanto que ninguém pode me dar? ~ Clarice Lispector
319:She kept going: why put it off? Yes, why put it off? she asked herself. And her question was solid, demanding a serious answer. ~ Clarice Lispector
320:Soy un ser concomitante: reúno en mí el tiempo pasado, el presente y el futuro, el tiempo que late en el tiempo de los relojes. ~ Clarice Lispector
321:Things were somehow so good that they were in danger of becoming very bad because what is fully mature is very close to rotting ~ Clarice Lispector
322:I don't want to have the terrible limitation of those who live merely from what can make sense. Not I: I want an invented truth. ~ Clarice Lispector
323:Who was she asking? God? She didn't think about God, God didn't think about her. God belongs to those who can manage to get hem. ~ Clarice Lispector
324:Eu sempre disse a mim mesma que o amor que os outros têm pela gente cria mais deveres do que o amor que a gente tem pelos outros. ~ Clarice Lispector
325:I just know that I don't want cheating. I refuse. I deepened myself but I don't believe in myself because my thought is invented. ~ Clarice Lispector
326:Ik zekere zin gingen de zaken zo goed dat ze alleen maar erg slecht zouden kunnen gaan want wat helemaal rijp is kan gaan rotten. ~ Clarice Lispector
327:¿Dónde se guarda la música cuando no suena?, se preguntaba. Y, rendida, contestaba: que hagan un arpa de mis nervios cuando muera. ~ Clarice Lispector
328:Solamente otra persona que lo hubiera experimentado sabría lo que ella sentía, pues de casi todo lo que importa no se sabe hablar. ~ Clarice Lispector
329:A veces tengo la impresión de que escribo por simple curiosidad intensa. Es que, al escribir, me doy las sorpresas más inesperadas. ~ Clarice Lispector
330:I must not forget, I thought, that I have been happy, that I am being happier than one can be. But I forgot, I’ve always forgotten. ~ Clarice Lispector
331:Las personas depositan la idea del pecado en el sexo. Pero es muy inocente e infantil ese pecado. El infierno mismo es el del amor. ~ Clarice Lispector
332:Before her birth was she an idea? Before her birth was she dead? And after her birth she would die? What a thin slice of watermelon. ~ Clarice Lispector
333:Cuando se comprende a fondo el vivir, uno se pregunta: pero ¿era solo esto? Y la respuesta es: no es solo esto, es exactamente esto. ~ Clarice Lispector
334:Mi dedico alla nostalgia della mia antica povertà, quando tutto era più sobrio e più degno, e io non avevo ancora mangiato aragoste. ~ Clarice Lispector
335:Never suffer because you don't have an opinion on this or that topic. Never suffer because you are not something or because you are. ~ Clarice Lispector
336:A verdade é sempre um contato interior inexplicável. A verdade é irreconhecível. Portanto não existe? Não, para os homens não existe. ~ Clarice Lispector
337:We were not out to win over the Lisp programmers; we were after the C++ programmers. We managed to drag a lot of them about halfway to Lisp. ~ Guy Steele
338:Y cada cosa que me suceda yo la vivo aquí anotándola. Porque quiero sentir en mis manos indagadoras el nervio vivo y trémulo del hoy. ~ Clarice Lispector
339:Civilizar minha vida é expulsar-me de mim.
O que me mata é o cotidiano. Eu queria só exceções. Estou perdida: eu não tenho hábitos. ~ Clarice Lispector
340:I'm so frightened that I shall be able to accept the notion that I have lost myself only if I imagine that someone is holding my hand. ~ Clarice Lispector
341:O fato é um ato? Juro que este livro é feito sem palavras. É uma fotografia muda. Este livro é um silêncio. Este livro é uma pergunta. ~ Clarice Lispector
342:Os corpos se distinguem uns dos outros em relação ao movimento e ao repouso, à velocidade e à lentidão e não em relação à substância". ~ Clarice Lispector
343:Измежду толкова същества, готови да станат господари на друго същество, там стоеше малката, дошла на света, за да притежава това куче. ~ Clarice Lispector
344:What I want is to live of that initial and primordial something that was what made some things reach the point of aspiring to be human. ~ Clarice Lispector
345:I write very simple and very naked. That's why it wounds. I'm a grey and blue landscape. I rise in a dry fountain and in the cold light. ~ Clarice Lispector
346:Por isso a poesia dos poetas que sofreram é doce, terna. E a dos outros, dos que de nada foram privados, é ardente, sofredora e rebelde. ~ Clarice Lispector
347:A bachelor's children are always young: they're immortal children - always lisping, waddling, helpless, and with a chance of turning out good. ~ George Eliot
348:No quiero tener la terrible limitación de quien vive sólo de lo que puede tener un sentido. Yo no: lo que quiero es una verdad inventada. ~ Clarice Lispector
349:Prayer is the lisping of the believing infant, the shout of the fighting believer, the requiem of the dying saint falling asleep in Jesus. ~ Charles Spurgeon
350:By policy, LISP has never really catered to mere mortals. And, of course, mere mortals have never really forgiven LISP for not catering to them. ~ Larry Wall,
351:Its form doesn't matter: no form manages to circumscribe and alter it. Mirror is light. A tiny piece of mirror is always the whole mirror. ~ Clarice Lispector
352:Simplesmente sou eu. E você é você. É vasto, vai durar. (...) Olha para mim e me ama. Não: tu olhas para ti e te amas. É o que está certo. ~ Clarice Lispector
353:I always liked to arrange things. I guess it’s my only real vocation. By putting things in order, I create and understand at the same time. ~ Clarice Lispector
354:I think we have to do forbidden things, otherwise we suffocate. But without feeling guilty and instead as an announcement that we are free. ~ Clarice Lispector
355:It was darker, all she could see of him was a shadow. He was fading more and more, slipping through her hands, dead at the bottom of sleep. ~ Clarice Lispector
356:SQL, Lisp, and Haskell are the only programming languages that I've seen where one spends more time thinking than typing. ~ Philip Greenspun, blog, 07-03-2005.
357:The steel suddenly touched her heart. Ah, jealousy, it was jealousy, the cold hand mashing her slowly, squeezing her, diminishing her soul. ~ Clarice Lispector
358:We toast the Lisp programmer who pens his thoughts within nests of parentheses. ~ Alan Perlis, Quoted in The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs.
tatoatloatf loat fl oat
f loatl ngL



, ~ E E Cummings
360:…аз писмено някак вече съм си обещала безделието, а не трудът, да ми донесе безвъзмездни щедри отплати – единствените, към които се стремях. ~ Clarice Lispector
361:For at the hour of death you became a celebrated film star, it is a moment of glory for everyone, when the choral music scales the top notes. ~ Clarice Lispector
362:But now that I knew that suffering had been my happiness, I asked myself if I wasn't fleeing toward a God because I couldn't bear my humanity. ~ Clarice Lispector
363:Há coisas que só se aprende quando ninguém as ensina. E com a vida é assim. Mesmo há mais beleza em descobri-la sozinha, apesar do sofrimento. ~ Clarice Lispector
364:La persona della quale parlerò e così sciocca che, a volte, per strada, sorridere gli altri. Nessuno le ricambia il sorriso neppure la vedono. ~ Clarice Lispector
365:Nesse dia, pois, ele conheceu uma das raras formas de estabilidade: A estabilidade do desejo irrealizável, a estabilidade do ideal inatingível ~ Clarice Lispector
366:Pues prescidir de la esperanza significa que tengo que pasar a vivir y no solo a prometerme la vida. Y este es el mayor miedo que puedo tener. ~ Clarice Lispector
367:Where does music go when it’s not playing?—she asked herself. And disarmed she would answer: May they make a harp out of my nerves when I die. ~ Clarice Lispector
368:I write as if to save somebody’s life. Probably my own. Life is a kind of madness that death makes. Long live the dead because we live in them. ~ Clarice Lispector
369:Once in a while, groundless melancholy would darken my face, a dull and incomprehensible nostalgia for times never experienced would invade me. ~ Clarice Lispector
370:Para Sartre a existência precede a essência, no sentido de que existir precede isso que nós somos; e que somos o que nós mesmos escolhemos ser. ~ Clarice Lispector
371:E que seria a mesma em mim! se eu tivesse coragem de abandonar... de abandonar meus sentimentos? Se eu tivesse coragem de abandonar a esperança. ~ Clarice Lispector
372:If the twinkling of the stars pains me, if this distant communication is possible, it is because something almost like a star quivers within me. ~ Clarice Lispector
373:What an effort I make to be myself. I struggle against a tide in a boat with just enough room for my two feet in a perilous and fragile balance. ~ Clarice Lispector
374:And my fear, too, was different now: not the fear of someone who is still about to go in but the so much greater fear of someone who has gone in. ~ Clarice Lispector
375:Should I say that she was crazy about soldiers? Well she was. Whenever she saw one, she thought with a shiver of pleasure: is he going to kill me? ~ Clarice Lispector
376:A Lisp programmer knows the value of everything, but the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, ACM SIGPLAN Notices 17 (9), September 1982, pp. 7–13.
377:Suddenly I've become so restless that I'm capable of saying "That is enough" and ending what I'm writing you, which is based mostly on blind words. ~ Clarice Lispector
378:E quero aceitar minha liberdade sem pensar o que
muito acham: que existir é coisa de doido, caso de loucura. Porque parece. Existir não é lógico. ~ Clarice Lispector
379:Sofremos por ter tão pouca fome, embora nossa pequena fome já dê para sentirmos uma profunda falta de prazer que teríamos se fôssemos de fome maior. ~ Clarice Lispector
380:Ahora quiero ver si consigo aprehender lo que me ha sucedido usando palabras. Al usarlas estaré destruyendo un poco lo que sentí, pero es inevitable. ~ Clarice Lispector
381:Do not be frightened. Death is instantaneous and passes in a flash. I know, for I have just died with the girl. Forgive my dying. It was unavoidable. ~ Clarice Lispector
382:Everything struck her at times as too precious, impossible to touch. And, at times, what people used as air to breathe, was weight and death for her. ~ Clarice Lispector
383:Hay algo dentro de mí que duele. Ah, cómo duele y cómo grita pidiendo socorro. Pero faltan lágrimas en la máquina que soy. Soy un objeto sin destino. ~ Clarice Lispector
384:Probably the arrogance of the community that surrounds it. Knowing Lisp certainly doesn’t make one a better person, nor even necessarily a better programmer. ~ Anonymous
385:Perhaps I now knew that I would never be equal to life myself, but that my life was equal to life. I would never reach my root, but my root did exist. ~ Clarice Lispector
386:Su cualidad era exactamente no tener cantidad, no ser mensurable ni divisible porque todo lo que se puede medir y dividir tiene un principio y un fin. ~ Clarice Lispector
387:El día que el ser humano se hizo una pregunta sobre sí mismo, entonces se convirtió en el más ininteligible de los seres por donde circulaba la sangre. ~ Clarice Lispector
388:¡Estamos intentando la alegría! ¿Sientes al menos eso? ¿Y sientes cómo nos arriesgamos en el peligro? ¿Sientes que hay más seguridad en el dolor tibio? ~ Clarice Lispector
389:Keli reached out, grabbed the heavy ring, and pounded it on the door. The knocker leered at her. “Ftreat me rough,” it lisped. “That’f the way I like it! ~ Terry Pratchett
390:Nothing is more difficult than surrendering to the instant. That difficulty is human pain. It is ours. I surrender in words and surrender when I paint. ~ Clarice Lispector
391:Sometimes, when the sun is shining, it's daytime,"Robert snapped.
"And sometimes, when it's dark, it's because there's an eclispe,"Leslie snapped back. ~ Heather Graham
392:But she didn’t want to rest! – Her blood ran through her more slowly, its pace domesticated, like a beast that had trained its steps to fit in its cage. ~ Clarice Lispector
393:Думите избързват и ме изпреварват, подмамват ме и ме променят и ако не внимавам, ще стане твърде късно: нещата ще бъдат казани, без аз да съм ги казала. ~ Clarice Lispector
394:I am blinded. I open my eyes wide and only see. But the secret - that I neither see nor feel. Could I be making here a true orgy of what's behind thought? ~ Clarice Lispector
395:I want the following word: splendor, splendor is fruit in all its succulence, fruit without sadness. I want vast distances. My savage intuition of myself. ~ Clarice Lispector
396:Only then did she see that her life was miserable. She felt like crying when she saw her other side, she who, as I said, had always thought she was happy. ~ Clarice Lispector
397:The world rolls and somewhere out there are things I don’t know. Let us sleep on God and mystery, a quiet, fragile ship floating on the sea, behold sleep. ~ Clarice Lispector
398:And even sadness was also something for rich people, for people who could afford it, for people who didn't have anything better to do. Sadness was a luxury. ~ Clarice Lispector
399:And even sadness was also something for rich people, for people who could afford it, for people who didn’t have anything better to do. Sadness was a luxury. ~ Clarice Lispector
400:Eu sou o meu próprio espelho. E vivo de achados e perdidos. É o que me salva. Estou metida numa guerra invisível entre perigos. Quem vence? Eu sempre perco. ~ Clarice Lispector
401:I was first drawn to you thinking you were going to teach me something more than that. I needed that which I sensed in you and which you have always denied. ~ Clarice Lispector
402:Life was taking its vengeance on me, and that vengeance consisted merely in coming back, nothing more. Every case of madness involves something coming back. ~ Clarice Lispector
403:How was she to tie herself to a man without permitting him to imprison her? And was there some means of acquiring things without those things possessing her? ~ Clarice Lispector
404:I also want the figurative like a painter who only paints abstract colors but wants to show that he does so because he chooses to, not because he can't draw. ~ Clarice Lispector
405:This language [LISP] induces humorous arguments among programmers, often being damned and praised for the same feature. ~ Alan Perlis, The Synthesis of Algorithmic Systems, 1966
406:Today at school I wrote an essay about Flag Day which was so beautiful, but ever so beautiful - for I even used words without really knowing what they meant. ~ Clarice Lispector
407:…the greatest obstacle to my progress is me. I myself have been the biggest difficulty in my path. It’s with enormous effort that I’m able to overcome myself. ~ Clarice Lispector
408:Before I learned Lisp, I was afraid of it too. I recently came across a notebook from 1983 in which I'd written: I suppose I should learn Lisp, but it seems so foreign. ~ Anonymous
409:The nearest thing Common Lisp has to a motto is the koan-like description, the programmable programming language.
   ~ ?,,
410:Lisp has all the visual appeal of oatmeal with fingernail clippings mixed in. ~ Larry Wall, "Wherefore Art, Thou?", The Perl Journal 1(1); reprinted in Linux Journal, March 1, 1997.
411:However what Joana has inside her is something stronger than the love that people give and what she has inside her demands more than the love that people receive. ~ Clarice Lispector
412:My old life was necessary to me because it was precisely its error that made me take up imagining a hope that, without the life that I led, I wouldn't have known. ~ Clarice Lispector
413:Hay un gran silencio dentro de mí. Y ese silencio ha sido la fuente de mis palabras. Y del silencio ha llegado lo que es más precioso que todo: el propio silencio. ~ Clarice Lispector
414:Siento que no puedo parar y me asusto. Procuro distraerme del miedo. Pero ya hace mucho que pararon los golpes reales, estoy sintiendo el incesante redoblar en mí. ~ Clarice Lispector
415:No entender" era tan vasto que sobrepasaba a cualquier entender - entender era siempre limitado-. Pero no-entender no tenía fronteras y llevaba al infinito, al Dios. ~ Clarice Lispector
416:Siempre fue y será una fiesta para mí cuando se rompe en casa un termómetro y se libera la gota gorda de mercurio plateado contenida en él, ese núcleo indomesticable ~ Clarice Lispector
417:Само че никога не бяхме говорили за това на децата – срамувахме се и безкрайно отлагахме момента, когато щяхме да ги извикаме и ясно да заявим, че така стоят нещата. ~ Clarice Lispector
418:Criava as mais falsas dificuldades para aquela coisa clandestina que era a felicidade. A felicidade sempre iria ser clandestina para mim. Parece que eu já pressentia. ~ Clarice Lispector
419:Now I understand what a trial is. Trial: it means that life is trying me. But trial: means that I too am trying. And trying can become an ever more insatiable thirst. ~ Clarice Lispector
420:…продължихме да живеем рамо до рамо, но без да намираме думата за отдаване на душата. Отдаване на душата ли? Кой, в крайна сметка, е искал да си дава душата. Я стига. ~ Clarice Lispector
421:Há um livro em cada um de nós", dizem. E talvez daí eu tenha querido expulsar de mim um livro que eu escreveria se para isso talento eu tivesse, e mais a perseverança. ~ Clarice Lispector
422:Вътрешният живот на кокошката се състои в това да действа, все едно разбира. При всяка заплаха тя кудкудяка неистово, като луда. Само и само да не се счупи яйцето в нея. ~ Clarice Lispector
423:God wrote in Lisp code
  When he filled the leaves with green.
  The fractal flowers and recursive roots:
  The most lovely hack I've seen. ~ Bob Kanefsky, "Eternal Flame" [1]
424:The greatest single programming language ever designed. ~ Alan Kay, about LISP. Quoted in Daniel H. Steinberg, "Daddy, Are We There Yet? A Discussion with Alan Kay", openP2P, 3 April 3 2003.
425:The minute she sensed he had left the house, however, she transformed, concentrated on herself and, as if she had merely been interrupted by him, continued slowly living. ~ Clarice Lispector
426:Este libro requirió una libertad tan grande
que tuve miedo de darla.
Está por encima de mí.
Intenté escribirlo humildemente.
Yo soy más fuerte que yo.
C. L. ~ Clarice Lispector
427:An egg is a thing that must be careful. That's why the chicken is the egg's disguise. The chicken exists so that the egg can traverse the ages. That's what a mother is for. ~ Clarice Lispector
428:But after much thought, I have come to the conclusion that there is nothing more difficult in this world than to surrender completely. This is one of man's greatest sorrows. ~ Clarice Lispector
429:The world would only cease to terrify me if I became the world. If I were the world, I wouldn't be afraid. If we are the world, we are moved by a delicate radar that guides. ~ Clarice Lispector
430:I feel as though I've already achieved what I wanted and I still don't know what I achieved. Could that be the somewhat dubious and elusive thing vaguely called 'experience'? ~ Clarice Lispector
431:[Perl] combines all the worst aspects of C and Lisp: a billion different sublanguages in one monolithic executable. It combines the power of C with the readability of PostScript. ~ Jamie Zawinski
432:I want to seize my is. And like a bird I sing hallelujah into the air. And my song belongs to no one. But no passion suffered in pain and love is not followed by an hallelujah. ~ Clarice Lispector
433:Mas tenho medo do que é novo e tenho medo de viver o que não entendo, quero sempre ter a garantia de pelo menos estar pensando que entendo, não sei me entregar à desorientação. ~ Clarice Lispector
434:Pero esos días de fuerte y condenado verano me insuflan la necesidad de la renuncia. Renuncio a tener un significado, y entonces un dulce y doloroso quebranto se apodera de mí. ~ Clarice Lispector
435:(...) Vivimos exclusivamente en el presente pues siempre y eternamente es el día de hoy -y el día de mañana será un hoy, la eternidad es el estado de las cosas en este momento. ~ Clarice Lispector
436:Cerra as janelas do quarto — não ver, não ouvir, não sentir. Na cama silenciosa, flutuante na escuridão, aconchega-se como no ventre perdido e esquece. Tudo é vago, leve e mudo. ~ Clarice Lispector
437:Mas de mim depende eu vir livremente a ser o que fatalmente sou. Sou dona de minha fatalidade e, se eu decidir não cumpri-la, ficarei fora de minha natureza especificamente viva. ~ Clarice Lispector
438:Give me your unknown hand, since life is hurting me and I don't know how to speak - reality is too delicate, only reality is delicate, my unreality and my imagination are heavier. ~ Clarice Lispector
439:And I want to accept my freedom without thinking what so many do, that existing is something for fools, a case of madness. Because that’s what it seems like. Existing isn’t logical. ~ Clarice Lispector
440:FORTRAN, BASIC, COBOL, LISP, Pascal, C, PROLOG, FORTH. You talk to the computer in one of these languages, and a piece of software called a compiler converts it into machine language. ~ Neal Stephenson
441:Às vezes sentava-me na rede, balançando-me com o livro aberto no colo, sem tocá-lo, em êxtase puríssimo.

Não era mais uma menina com um livro: era uma mulher com o seu amante. ~ Clarice Lispector
442:my qualities are so small, the same of those of other men, my flaws, my negative side is beautiful and concave like an abyss. What I am not would leave an enormous hole in the earth. ~ Clarice Lispector
443:One of the most important and fascinating of all computer languages is Lisp (standing for "List Processing"), which was invented by John McCarthy around the time Algol was invented. ~ Douglas Hofstadter
444:I've always liked putting things in their places. I think it's my only true calling. By ordering things I create and understand at the same time ... Ordering is finding the best form. ~ Clarice Lispector
445:I find it hard to believe that I shall die. Because I'm bubbling in cold freshness. My life will be very long because each instant is. I get the feeling I'm about to be born and can't. ~ Clarice Lispector
446:She was incompetent. Incompetent for life. She had never figured out how to figure things out. She was only vaguely beginning to know the kind of absence she had of herself inside her. ~ Clarice Lispector
447:Being full of mischief, they love to listen;
they gladly obey, for they like to betray you,
pretending to be sent from Heaven,
and lisping like angels, while they lie. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
448:Aunque nunca más fuera a sentir la grave y suave fuerza de existir y amar, como ahora, de ahí en adelante ya sabía por qué cosa esperar, esperar la vida entera como si fuera necesario... ~ Clarice Lispector
449:La libertad en sí -como acto de percepción- no tiene forma. Y como el verdadero pensamiento se piensa a sí mismo, esa especie de pensamiento alcanza su objeto en el propio acto del pensar. ~ Clarice Lispector
450:Terei que ter a coragem de usar um coração desprotegido e de ir falando para o nada e para o ninguém? Assim como uma criança pensa para o nada. E correr o risco de ser esmagada pelo acaso. ~ Clarice Lispector
451:Oh, that dog! Ever hear of a German Shepherd that bites its nails? Barks with a lisp? You say, "Attack!" And he has one. All he does is piddle. He's nothing but a fur-covered kidney that barks. ~ Phyllis Diller
452:Estaba viendo claramente el vacío. Y ni entendía aquello que una parte de ella entendía. ¿Qué haría de esa lucidez? Sabía también que aquella claridad suya se podía volver el infierno humano. ~ Clarice Lispector
453:Dá-me a tua mão desconhecida, que a vida está me doendo, e não sei como falar – a realidade é delicada demais, só a realidade é delicada, minha irrealidade e minha imaginação são mais pesadas. ~ Clarice Lispector
454:Ik had de moed niet om geen belofte meer te zijn en bleef mezelf beloven, als een volwassene die de moed niet heeft om in te zien dat hij volwassen is en doorgaat zichzelf rijpheid te beloven. ~ Clarice Lispector
455:Ik had de moet niet om geen belofte meer te zijn en bleef mezelf beloven, als een volwassene die de moed niet heeft om in te zien dat hij volwassen is en doorgaat zichzelf rijpheid te beloven. ~ Clarice Lispector
456:I've never been free in my whole life. Inside I've always chased myself. I've become intolerable to myself. I live in a lacerating duality. I'm seemingly free, but I'm a prisoner inside of me. ~ Clarice Lispector
457:when art is good it is because it touched upon the inexpressive, the worst art is expressive, that art which trangresses the piece of iron and the piece of glass, and the smile, and the scream. ~ Clarice Lispector
458:Nostalgia is not for the God who is missing to us, it is a nostalgia for ourselves, for we do not sustain ourselves; we miss our impossible grandeur - my unreachable nowness is my paradise lost. ~ Clarice Lispector
459:The courage to be something other than what one is, to give birth to oneself, and to leave one’s former body on the ground. And without having answered to anyone about whether it was worthwhile. ~ Clarice Lispector
460:Truth doesn't make sense, the hugeness of the world makes me shrink. What I probably asked for and finally found still ended up leaving me unprepared, like a child walking alone across the earth. ~ Clarice Lispector
461:Would it be simplistic to think the moral problem with regards to others consists in behaving as one ought to, and the moral problem with regards to oneself is managing to feel what one ought to? ~ Clarice Lispector
462:My maturing of a theme would already be a cantabile aria— so let somebody else make another song— the song of the maturing of my quartet. This is before the maturing. The melody would be the fact. ~ Clarice Lispector
463:And I am in the world as free and slender as a deer on the plain. I get up as soft as a breath of air, raise my sleepy flower head, my feet light, I cross fields beyond the earth, world, time, God. ~ Clarice Lispector
464:I always wanted to reach a state of peace and non-struggle. I thought that was the ideal state. But it so happens that — that am I really me without my struggle? No, I don’t know how to have peace. ~ Clarice Lispector
465:Reality prior to my language exists as an unthinkable thought. . . . life precedes love, bodily matter precedes the body, and one day in its turn language shall have preceded possession of silence. ~ Clarice Lispector
466:Life, my love, is a great seduction in which all that exists seduces. That room that was deserted and for that reason primally alive. I had reached the nothing, and the nothing was living and moist. ~ Clarice Lispector
467:Give me your anonymous hand, for life is giving me pain and I don't know how to go on talking - reality is too delicate, only reality is delicate, my unreality and my imagination are more substantial. ~ Clarice Lispector
468:There are those who have. And there are those who have not. It's very simple: the girl had not. Hadn't what? Simply this: she had not. If you get my meaning that's fine. If you don't, it's still fine. ~ Clarice Lispector
469:Why don’t clouds fall, since everything else does? Because gravity is less than the strength of the air that keeps them up there. Clever, right? Yes, but one day they fall as rain. That is my revenge. ~ Clarice Lispector
470:E, se atravessara o amor e o seu inferno, penteava-se agora diante do espelho, por um instante sem nenhum mundo no coração. Antes de se deitar, como se apagasse uma vela, soprou a pequena flama do dia. ~ Clarice Lispector
471:No soporté más y estoy confensando que ya sabía una verdad que nunca tuvo utilidad y aplicación, y que tendría miedo de aplicar, pues no soy lo bastante adulta para saber usar una verdad sin destruirme. ~ Clarice Lispector
472:Whether she won or lost, she would continue to wrestle with life. It would not be with her own life alone but with all of life. Something had finally been released within her. And there it was, the sea. ~ Clarice Lispector
473:Si fuese protegida por Ulises todavía más de lo que era, ambicionaría pronto lo máximo: ser protegida hasta el punto de no temer ser libre: pues de sus huidas de libertad tendría siempre de donde volver. ~ Clarice Lispector
474:I'm in agony: I want the colorful, confused and mysterious mixture of nature. All the plants and algae, bacteria, invertebrates, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals concluding man with his secrets. ~ Clarice Lispector
475:Quiero poseer los átomos del tiempo. Y quiero capturar el presente que, por su propia naturaleza, me esta prohibido, el presente se me escapa, la actualidad huye, la actualidad soy yo siempre en presente. ~ Clarice Lispector
476:…обнадеждаващата заплаха на греха, който очаквах с боязън. Дa не говорим, че бях постоянно заета да искам и да не искам да бъда каквато бях и не се решавах коя да избера – цялата аз явно не можех да бъда… ~ Clarice Lispector
477:To be happy is a great responsibility. Few have the nerve. I have the nerve but with a bit of fear. A happy person is one who has accepted death. When I’m too happy, I feel a gagging anguish; I get scared. ~ Clarice Lispector
478:By Fate, by Destiny, said the Vermonter. By the fact that time runs in only one direction, and we are borne along by it, influenced precisely as we are, to do just the things that we do, the bass lisper said. ~ George Saunders
479:Feit is dat ik een levenslot in handen heb en me toch niet bij machte voel om vrijuit te scheppen: ik volg de verborgen lijn van het noodlot. Ik kan niet anders dan een waarheid zoeken die me te boven gaat. ~ Clarice Lispector
480:I was becoming aware of myself as one becomes aware of a taste: all of me tasted of steel and verdigris, I was all acid like metal on the tongue, like a crushed green plant, my whole taste rose to my mouth. ~ Clarice Lispector
481:there are indestructible things that accompany the body to death as if they had been born with it. And one of them is what is created between a man and a woman who have experienced certain moments together. ~ Clarice Lispector
482:O que não sei dizer é mais importante do que o que digo. [...] Cada vez mais escrevo com menos palavras. Meu livro melhor acontecerá quando eu de todo não escrever. Eu tenho uma falta de assunto fundamental. ~ Clarice Lispector
483:Haverá um ano em que haverá um mês, em que haverá uma semana em que
haverá um dia em que haverá uma hora em que haverá um segundo e dentro
do segundo haverá o não-tempo sagrado da morte transfigurada. ~ Clarice Lispector
484:Tengo que pagar el precio. El precio de quien tiene un pasado que sólo se renueva con pasión en el extraño presente. Cuando pienso en lo que ya he vivido me parece que he ido dejando mis cuerpos por el camino. ~ Clarice Lispector
485:Y cuando pienso que no existe otro igual al mío en este mundo siento un susto alegre. Y nunca lo habrá. Nunca es lo imposible. [...] ¿Qué hay entre nunca y siempre que los une tan indirectamente e íntimamente? ~ Clarice Lispector
486:Eu não sou um intelectual, escrevo com o corpo. E o que escrevo é uma névoa úmida. As palavras são sons transfundidos de sombras que se entrecruzam desiguais, estalactites, renda, música transfigurada de órgão. ~ Clarice Lispector
487:Everything in the world began with a yes. One molecule said yes to another molecule and life was born. But before prehistory there was the prehistory of prehistory and there was the never and there was the yes. ~ Clarice Lispector
488:We lisp in numbers, in the U.S. We are deluged by ample, often mysterious statistics. ... Like many in this country, I have come to regard statistics with doubt and merely as a hint of the probable shape of fact. ~ Martha Gellhorn
489:At this moment” is a rare thing because only sometimes do I step with both feet on the land of the present; usually one foot slides toward the past, the other slides toward the future. And I end up with nothing. ~ Clarice Lispector
490:Desculpai-me mas vou continuar a falar de mim que sou meu desconhecido, e ao escrever me surpreendo um pouco pois descobri que tenho um destino. Quem já não se perguntou: sou um monstro ou isto é ser uma pessoa? ~ Clarice Lispector
491:What have I told you about trying to sound ingratiatingly cute, Twyla?” she said. The little girl said, “You said I mustn’t. You said that exaggerated lisping is a hanging offense and I only do it to get attention. ~ Terry Pratchett
492:É possível também que já então meu tema de vida fosse a irrazoável esperança, e que eu já tivesse iniciado a minha grande obstinação: eu daria tudo que era meu por nada, mas queria que tudo me fosse dado por nada. ~ Clarice Lispector
493:She had no idea how to cope with life and she was only vaguely aware of her own inner emptiness. Were she capable of explaining herself, she might well confide: the world stands outside me. I stand outside myself. ~ Clarice Lispector
494:But if you had asked him what his work was, he would look candidly and openly at you with his large bright eyes through his gold pincenez, and would answer in a soft, velvety, lisping baritone: "My work is literature." ~ Anton Chekhov
495:I lisp. My eyes disappear when I smile. My voice is funny. I don't sing like Judy Garland. I don't dance like Cyd Charisse. But women identify with me. And while men desire Cyd Charisse, they'd take me home to meet Mom. ~ June Allyson
496:I read Rand and thought, "I want to be one of the earth movers, the scientific people who power the world. I don't want to be one of these lisping liberal artsy leeches." So I was working against my actual abilities. ~ George Saunders
497:All of me swims, floats, crosses what exists with my nerves, I am nothing but a desire, anger, vagueness, as impalpable as energy. Energy? but where is my strength? in imprecision, in imprecision, in imprecision . . ~ Clarice Lispector
498:If you want to know why Lisp doesn't win around you, find a mirror. ~ Erik Naggum, "Re: Java is really convenient. Re: Sun thinks about switching Java to S-expression syntax: Lava", Usenet article <> (1999-02-20)
499:It’s hard for me to believe that I will die. Because I’m bubbling in a frigid freshness. My life is going to be very long because each instant is. The impression is that I’m still to be born and I can’t quite manage it. ~ Clarice Lispector
500:Ser feliz é uma responsabilidade muito grande. Pouca gente tem coragem. Tenho coragem mas com um pouco de medo. Pessoa feliz é quem aceitou a morte. Quando estou feliz demais, sinto uma angústia amordaçante: assusto-me. ~ Clarice Lispector


   26 Poetry
   4 Philosophy
   3 Integral Yoga
   3 Fiction
   2 Mysticism
   1 Occultism
   1 Mythology
   1 Alchemy

   6 Walt Whitman
   4 William Wordsworth
   4 John Keats
   3 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   2 Robert Browning
   2 Rabindranath Tagore
   2 Percy Bysshe Shelley
   2 H P Lovecraft

   6 Whitman - Poems
   4 Wordsworth - Poems
   4 Keats - Poems
   2 The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna
   2 Tagore - Poems
   2 Shelley - Poems
   2 Lovecraft - Poems
   2 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07
   2 Browning - Poems

1.02 - BEFORE THE CITY-GATE, #Faust, #Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, #Poetry
  From Heaven they represent themselves to be,
  And Lisp like angels, when with lies they meet us.
  But, let us go! 'Tis gray and dusky all:

1.04 - Sounds, #Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience, #Henry David Thoreau, #Philosophy
  I rejoice that there are owls. Let them do the idiotic and maniacal hooting for men. It is a sound admirably suited to swamps and twilight woods which no day illustrates, suggesting a vast and undeveloped nature which men have not recognized. They represent the stark twilight and unsatisfied thoughts which all have. All day the sun has shone on the surface of some savage swamp, where the single spruce stands hung with usnea lichens, and small hawks circulate above, and the chickadee Lisps amid the evergreens, and the partridge and rabbit skulk beneath; but now a more dismal and fitting day dawns, and a different race of creatures awakes to express the meaning of Nature there.

1.09 - BOOK THE NINTH, #Metamorphoses, #Ovid, #Poetry
  Teach him, when first his infant voice shall frame
  Imperfect words, and Lisp his mother's name,
  To hail this tree, and say with weeping eyes,

1.28 - On holy and blessed prayer, mother of virtues, and on the attitude of mind and body in prayer., #The Ladder of Divine Ascent, #Saint John of Climacus, #unset
  9. Do not be over-sophisticated in the words you use when praying, because the simple and unadorned Lisping of children has often won the heart of their heavenly Father.

1.31 - Adonis in Cyprus, #The Golden Bough, #unset, #Kabbalah
  is thus that the rude imaginings of primitive man are transfigured
  and his feeble Lispings echoed with a rolling reverberation in the
  musical prose of Newman. Indeed the influence of music on the

1f.lovecraft - The Dunwich Horror, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   difference from the ordinary accents of the region, and because it
   displayed a freedom from infantile Lisping of which many children of
   three or four might well be proud. The boy was not talkative, yet when

1.fs - The Infanticide, #Schiller - Poems, #Friedrich Schiller, #Poetry
  On thy fresh leman's lips when love is dawning,
   And the Lisped music glides from that sweet well
  Lo, in that breast a red wound shall be yawning,
  "Woman, where is my father?" freezing through me,
   Lisped the mute innocence with thunder-sound;
  "Woman, where is thy husband?"called unto me,

1.jk - Endymion - Book I, #Keats - Poems, #John Keats, #Poetry
  And weave them dyinglysend honey-whispers
  Round every leaf, that all those gentle Lispers
  May sigh my love unto her pitying!

1.jk - Endymion - Book III, #Keats - Poems, #John Keats, #Poetry
  Feel palpitations when thou lookest in:
  O Moon! old boughs Lisp forth a holier din
  The while they feel thine airy fellowship.

1.jk - Endymion - Book IV, #Keats - Poems, #John Keats, #Poetry
  And I do think that at my very birth
  I Lisp'd thy blooming titles inwardly;
  For at the first, first dawn and thought of thee,

1.jk - Isabella; Or, The Pot Of Basil - A Story From Boccaccio, #Keats - Poems, #John Keats, #Poetry
  She saw it waxing very pale and dead,
  And straight all flush'd; so, Lisped tenderly,
  "Lorenzo!"here she ceas'd her timid quest,

1.lovecraft - The Poe-ets Nightmare, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
  At length their owner's fancies they rehearse,
  And Lisp this awesome Poe-em in blank verse:
  Aletheia Phrikodes

1.pbs - Queen Mab - Part IV., #Shelley - Poems, #Percy Bysshe Shelley, #Fiction
   Of desolate society. The child,
   Ere he can Lisp his mother's sacred name,
   Swells with the unnatural pride of crime, and lifts

1.pbs - Song. To [Harriet], #unset, #Rabbi Moses Luzzatto, #Kabbalah
  Yet he hears thy dear voice in the summer winds sighing,
  Mild accents of happiness Lisp in his ear,
  When the hope-winged moments athwart him are flying,

1.poe - Romance, #Poe - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
     Taught me my alphabet to say-
     To Lisp my very earliest word
     While in the wild wood I did lie,

1.rb - Cleon, #Browning - Poems, #Robert Browning, #Poetry
   Lily on lily, that o'erlace the sea
   And laugh their pride when the light wave Lisps "Greece")
   To Protus in his Tyranny: much health!

1.rb - Popularity, #Browning - Poems, #Robert Browning, #Poetry
  Live whelks, each lip's beard dripping fresh,
   As if they still the water's Lisp heard
  Through foam the rock-weeds thresh.

1.rt - Fireflies, #Tagore - Poems, #Rabindranath Tagore, #Poetry
  The jasmine's Lisping of love to the sun is her flowers.

1.rt - The Homecoming, #Tagore - Poems, #Rabindranath Tagore, #Poetry
  In this world of human affairs there is no worse nuisance than a boy at the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental, nor useful. It is impossible to shower affection on him as on a little boy; and he is always getting in the way. If he talks with a childish Lisp he is called a baby, and if he answers in a grown-up way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is at the unattractive, growing age. He grows out of his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse and breaks and quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy to excuse the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is hard to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad himself becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly people he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed of his very existence.

1.whitman - 1861, #Whitman - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
  No dainty rhymes or sentimental love verses for you, terrible year!
  Not you as some pale poetling, seated at a desk, Lisping cadenzas

1.whitman - Carol Of Words, #Whitman - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
      words to be said;
  Watery, vegetable, sauroid advancesbeings, premonitions, Lispings
      of the future,

1.whitman - Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking, #Whitman - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   Lisp'd to me the low and delicious word death,
   And again death, death, death, death,

1.whitman - Sea-Shore Memories, #Whitman - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   Whisper'd me through the night, and very plainly before day-break,
   Lisp'd to me the low and delicious word DEATH;
   And again Deathever Death, Death, Death,

1.whitman - Song of Myself, #Whitman - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
  The pure contralto sings in the organ loft,
  The carpenter dresses his plank, the tongue of his foreplane whistles its wild ascending Lisp,
  The married and unmarried children ride home to their Thanksgiving dinner,

1.whitman - Song Of Myself- XV, #Whitman - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
  The pure contralto sings in the organ loft,
  The carpenter dresses his plank, the tongue of his foreplane whistles its wild ascending Lisp,
  The married and unmarried children ride home to their Thanks- giving dinner,

1.ww - Book Fifth-Books, #Wordsworth - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
  And dearest helpers, left unthanked, unpraised,
  Even in the time of Lisping infancy;          
  And later down, in prattling childhood even,

1.ww - Guilt And Sorrow, Or, Incidents Upon Salisbury Plain, #Wordsworth - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
  And I believe that, soon as I began
  To Lisp, he made me kneel beside my bed,
  And in his hearing there my prayers I said:

1.ww - The Excursion- X- Book Ninth- Discourse of the Wanderer, and an Evening Visit to the Lake, #Wordsworth - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
  A servile band among the lordly free!
  This sacred right, the Lisping babe proclaims
  To be inherent in him, by Heaven's will,

1.ww - To May, #Wordsworth - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
  Who tripping Lisps a merry song
    Amid his playful peers?

2.06 - THE MASTER WITH THE BRAHMO DEVOTEES, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  Speaking of householders entangled in worldliness, the Master said: "They are like the silk-worm. They can come out of the cocoon of their worldly life if they wish. But they can't bear to; for they themselves have built the cocoon with great love and care. So they die there. Or they are like the fish in a trap. They can come out of it by the way they entered, but they sport inside the trap with other fish and hear the sweet sound of the murmuring water and forget everything else. They don't even make an effort to free themselves from the trap. The Lisping of children is the murmur of the water; and the other fish are relatives and friends. Only one or two make good their escape by running away. They are the liberated souls."


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