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Transmetropolitan (Complete)

Goblin Slayer [Yen Press] [danke-Empire]
How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom - Volumes 1 through 5
Violet Evergarden

Goblin Slayer - Volume 1 - 4 - PDF (YenPress)[Kitzoku]
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon - Light Novel - Volume 01 - 11 - PDF (YenPress)[Kitzoku]
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime - Volume 1-2 - PDF (YenPress)[Kitzoku]
Vampire Hunter D
Vampire Hunter D - LN's (PDF)
NieRAutomata Long Story Short.pdf

A_Junji Ito Collection 2016-02-21 (eng)
Akira Manga
battle royale complete manga
Berserk (Digital) (danke-Empire)
Berserk (Digital) (danke-repack)
Bleach 1-686(Complete)
Dragon Ball Manga 01-520 pdf
Eden - Its An Endless World!
Elfen Lied [English] [Manga]
Fullmetal Alchemist (v01-v27) (2005-2011) (Digital) (LostNerevarine-Empire)
Ghost in the Shell
Gunnm [Battle Angel Alita]
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Digitally Colored Manga (Part 1 - 8)
Made in Abyss - Volumes 1-6 [English] [Manga]
monster manga
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Neon Genesis Evangelion - The Shinji Ikari Raising Project (2009-2018) (Digital) (BlurPixel+Kileko+danke-Empire)
Ningen Shikkaku [No Longer Human]
Oyasumi Punpun Manga
Parasyte - Kiseijuu [HITOSHI IWAAKI]
Rurouni Kenshin v01-28 (2003-2006) (Digital) (danke-Empire)
Shingeki no Kyojin [AOT]
Sidonia no Kishi [Knights of Sidonia]
That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime
The Rising of the Shield Hero Manga - Aneko Yusagi (v01-09)
Vagabond Complete Volumes
Vinland Saga (Digital) (danke-Empire)

Darling in the FranXX
Dr. STONE (digital) (aKraa)
Happiness 01-50
Happiness v01-05 (Digital) (danke-Empire)
How to Build a Dungeon - Book of the Demon King 1-4
One-Punch Man (v01-v11) (2014-2016) (Digital) (BlackManta-Empire)
[Yvozar] Hinamatsuri

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mangala ::: good fortune.


manganate ::: n. --> A salt of manganic acid.

manganesate ::: n. --> A manganate.

manganese ::: n. --> An element obtained by reduction of its oxide, as a hard, grayish white metal, fusible with difficulty, but easily oxidized. Its ores occur abundantly in nature as the minerals pyrolusite, manganite, etc. Symbol Mn. Atomic weight 54.8.

manganesian ::: a. --> Manganic.

manganesic ::: a. --> Manganic.

manganesious ::: a. --> Manganous.

manganesium ::: n. --> Manganese.

manganesous ::: a. --> Manganous.

manganic ::: a. --> Of, pertaining to resembling, or containing, manganese; specif., designating compounds in which manganese has a higher valence as contrasted with manganous compounds. Cf. Manganous.

manganiferous ::: a. --> Containing manganese.

manganite ::: n. --> One of the oxides of manganese; -- called also gray manganese ore. It occurs in brilliant steel-gray or iron-black crystals, also massive.
A compound of manganese dioxide with a metallic oxide; so called as though derived from the hypothetical manganous acid.

manganium ::: n. --> Manganese.

mangan ::: n. --> See Mangonel.

manganous ::: a. --> Of, pertaining to, designating, those compounds of manganese in which the element has a lower valence as contrasted with manganic compounds; as, manganous oxide.

Mangala-arati: Worship through waving of lights before God or any adorable personage.

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   5 Hiromu Arakawa
   4 Tsugumi Ohba
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1:Nati is the submission of the soul to the will of God; its acceptance of all touches as His touches, of all experience as His play with the soul of man. Nati may be with titiksha, feeling the sorrow but accepting it as God's will, or with udasinata, rising superior to it and regarding joy and sorrow equally as God's working in these lower instruments, or with ananda, receiving everything as the play of Krishna and therefore in itself delightful. The last is the state of the complete Yogin, for by this continual joyous or anandamaya namaskara to God constantly practised we arrive eventually at the entire elimination of grief, pain etc, the entire freedom from the dwandwas, and find the Brahmananda in every smallest, most trivial, most apparently discordant detail of life & experience in this human body. We get rid entirely of fear and suffering; Anandam Brahmano vidvan na bibheti kutaschana. We may have to begin with titiksha and udasinata but it is in this ananda that we must consummate the siddhi of samata. The Yogin receives victory and defeat, success and ill-success, pleasure and pain, honour and disgrace with an equal, a sama ananda, first by buddhi-yoga, separating himself from his habitual mental & nervous reactions & insisting by vichara on the true nature of the experience itself and of his own soul which is secretly anandamaya, full of the sama ananda in all things. He comes to change all the ordinary values of experience; amangala reveals itself to him as mangala, defeat & ill-success as the fulfilment of God's immediate purpose and a step towards ultimate victory, grief and pain as concealed and perverse forms of pleasure. A stage arrives even, when physical pain itself, the hardest thing for material man to bear, changes its nature in experience and becomes physical ananda; but this is only at the end when this human being, imprisoned in matter, subjected to mind, emerges from his subjection, conquers his mind and delivers himself utterly in his body, realising his true anandamaya self in every part of the adhara.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, Record Of Yoga,

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1:I'm an actor that cares. ~ Joe Manganiello
2:Acting was my first love. ~ Joe Manganiello
3:I draw manga, therefore I am! ~ Hiromu Arakawa
4:I grew up a misfit. I never fit in. ~ Joe Manganiello
5:I'd rather be a liar than an asshole. ~ Joe Manganiello
6:I'm a nerd. But I'm not that hard-core. ~ Joe Manganiello
7:I used to be so young, how did I get so old? ~ Dan Mangan
8:Kanupriyaa (Itihas: Amangal Chaayaa)
~ Dharamvir Bharati
9:Mangan ora mangan sing penting CONNECT! ~ Hermawan Kartajaya
10:I'm a massive sucker for music documentaries. ~ Stephen Mangan
11:I am kind of giant … on (the True Blood) set. ~ Joe Manganiello
12:I'm not some character from a boys' manga." ~Yukio ~ Kazue Kato
13:Hikmah orang tua berada dalam semangat orang muda ~ Hilal Asyraf
14:I think the future and the past are equally hypothetical. ~ Dan Mangan
15:We must be free inside to make a difference outside. ~ Vishal Mangalwadi
16:I wake up at the same time every day to get to the gym. ~ Joe Manganiello
17:Doing theater is like walking a tightrope without a net. ~ Joe Manganiello
18:Once you become famous, being single becomes a liability. ~ Joe Manganiello
19:First create jobs, and then provide skills to people. ~ Kumar Mangalam Birla
20:I don’t think there’s any such thing as male objectification ~ Joe Manganiello
21:Jaage Mangal - Rup Sakal Braj - Jan _ Rakhvaare
~ Bharatendu Harishchandra
22:Matt Bomer and I went to Carnegie Mellon for drama together. ~ Joe Manganiello
23:I think you can be athletic and intellectual at the same time. ~ Joe Manganiello
24:He looks like the bastard offspring of a multitool and a mangabot. ~ Charles Stross
25:Sesuatu yang hebat tidak bisa dicapai tanpa semangat yang besar. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
26:A Dragon Prince with emo hair and daddy issues. Her life had become Manga. ~ Tanya Huff
27:Manga just needs to be interesting. If it is than it will get serialized. ~ Tsugumi Ohba
28:Manga just needs to be interesting. If it is then it will get serialized. ~ Tsugumi Ohba
29:Din splendorile cafelei de odineoară, neschimbat rămăsese doar mangalul. ~ Naguib Mahfouz
30:I had a fan make me a silver wolf-tooth necklace. That was really great. ~ Joe Manganiello
31:I don't believe in the myth of the "self made man". Nobody gets through alone. ~ Dan Mangan
32:Se vogliamo che tutto rimanga como è, bisogna che tutto cambi. ~ Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa
33:Sometimes people say things they don't mean, and you just have to let it go. ~ Joe Manganiello
34:tingkat dan sifat seksualitas seseorang meluas sampai puncak semangatnya ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
35:Aku juga suka kok cewek yang jual mahal. Bikin makin semangat buat ngejar. ~ Christian Simamora
36:Mangaldeep Agarbatti’ and made up his mind to focus on it for one simple reason. ~ Rashmi Bansal
37:My childhood was very gregarious, and I was usually surrounded by close family. ~ Stephen Mangan
38:I grew up a big comic book reader, as a kid, and I love the whole fanboy crowd. ~ Joe Manganiello
39:I train like a pro-athlete, not like an actor who's just trying to look pretty. ~ Joe Manganiello
40:In the war between the humans and the robots, the humans had to win. Call me hopeful. ~ Dan Mangan
41:I'll take a potato chip...AND EAT IT!!

-For le famous anime/manga "Death Note ~ Tsugumi Ohba
42:Well, if I hadn't have been an actor I would have gone on to play college sports. ~ Joe Manganiello
43:Great, now I’ve turned into a manga character who repeated everything everyone said. ~ Ilona Andrews
44:If the point of good art is to be somewhat subtle then it's not going to catch everyone. ~ Dan Mangan
45:I mean, I feel like I've been pretending I was a werewolf since I was a little kid. ~ Joe Manganiello
46:The one important factor that keeps me going is the kind of people I work with. ~ Kumar Mangalam Birla
47:What's funny is that male strippers don't wear thongs anymore. They wear flat backs. ~ Joe Manganiello
48:Comedy is a very personal thing, and some people will find it funny, some people wont. ~ Stephen Mangan
49:Like eunuchs discussing the Kama Sutra, the voters discuss the elections in Laxmangarh. ~ Aravind Adiga
50:I'm influenced in a million different ways by a million songs that I've heard and digested. ~ Dan Mangan
51:Sex accounts for about 40 percent of your relationship, but if it's bad, then it's 60. ~ Joe Manganiello
52:When you ask my three year old if my iPhone is too complicated, it's not. It's all relative. ~ Dan Mangan
53:I enter myself in races. I did a triathlon, and I have done a marathon a couple of times. ~ Stephen Mangan
54:I was single long enough, and when I was, it wasn't about putting notches in the bedpost. ~ Joe Manganiello
55:I didnt know any actors growing up. My dad was a builder, and we didnt know any arty types. ~ Stephen Mangan
56:If I become the most popular author in jump, please give me the right to end one manga I hate. ~ Tsugumi Ohba
57:Semangat dalam kata-katanya seperti minyak dalam sumbu, memenuhinya dengan api yang tak menyala. ~ Mike Carey
58:So listen, man, "weird" is my middle name. I'm ready for anything. The weirder, the better. ~ Joe Manganiello
59:The power worship of the Promethean amounts to a travesty of the enhancement of life. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
60:Acting was the only place that I ever felt like I belonged so went for it with everything I had. ~ Joe Manganiello
61:Di Indonesia, lambang dengan mudah bisa jadi jimat, semangat bisa dengan gampang jadi takhayul. ~ Goenawan Mohamad
62:I think articulating things through song is a good way of letting people know that they're not alone. ~ Dan Mangan
63:I was an English major in university and that got me into novels, but I read a lot of books as a kid. ~ Dan Mangan
64:The fact that Gene Simmon's son is a manga-ka disturbs me more than whether he's really copying or not. ~ Tite Kubo
65:(From the Manga) Whoever solves this puzzle shall be granted one wish ... like the dragon balls ... ~ Kazuki Takahashi
66:We talk about the past like it's the strangest dream. Then we repeat the things we never dreamed we'd do. ~ Dan Mangan
67:[ Being naked on scene ] was like walking a tightrope without a net - with a giant fan blowing at you. ~ Joe Manganiello
68:Sold my soul to the devil / for nice penmanship. / Now I write real pretty / but I'm starting to regret it. ~ Dan Mangan
69:The idea that things used to be better is fantasy. It's putting a halo on something that no one can disprove. ~ Dan Mangan
70:I mean 'One Tree Hill' had some rabid fans - you'd be surprised - they're almost in a class of their own. ~ Joe Manganiello
71:Semangat pagi kamu yg terbit dan merekah dari sudut hati, yang tersenyum serta menari di sela sela imaji ~ Helvy Tiana Rosa
72:The reason I couldn't pay my rent was because I was one of the worst drinkers you'd ever seen in your life. ~ Joe Manganiello
73:I'm an average guy. I wasn't the dude who was gonna sit at the stage and dump all my paycheck into the girl. ~ Joe Manganiello
74:I screen tested for Training Day many years ago, which was David Ayer's script with Antoine Fuqua directing. ~ Joe Manganiello
75:I was kind of a dark kid. I loved Halloween, and I loved vampires and the black and white old monster movies. ~ Joe Manganiello
76:The idea that things intrinsically were just better is so stupid to me because they never were. It's all relative. ~ Dan Mangan
77:I love walking around and grabbing coffee and sitting in a park and people watching… I love Greenwich Village. ~ Joe Manganiello
78:I got to L.A. in 2000, when we were coming off the '90s: women looked like men and the men all looked like women. ~ Joe Manganiello
79:I rarely draw myself, in general, and if I do, I tend to do little cute manga-esque, almost bite-sized drawings of myself. ~ Jim Lee
80:I wouldn't tell anyone to study werewolves - I studied wolves, how they moved, their tendencies and sensibilities. ~ Joe Manganiello
81:Sometimes I just don't have time to wait for the muse to come, so I've developed things to force the muse to come back. ~ Dan Mangan
82:If you make everything really on the nose so everyone knows exactly what you're talking about, it's often not as strong. ~ Dan Mangan
83:Per quanto uno possa fare del suo meglio, a volte è impossibile evitare che qualcuno rimanga ferito.
È la vita. ~ Haruki Murakami
84:The best love advice I've ever received is probably, 'I'm not leaving the relationship; I'm just leaving the house.' ~ Joe Manganiello
85:I watch films. I play the guitar: me and some mates - I wouldnt dignify it with the term band - get together and play. ~ Stephen Mangan
86:It's tricky when I'm constantly traveling and adjusting to new time zones and trying to also keep up with my workouts. ~ Joe Manganiello
87:Semangat kejujuran ada dalam hati, dalam batin, dalam sukma yang mengatasi ikatan-ikatan yang membatasi diri kita. ~ Arswendo Atmowiloto
88:Women do a lot of uncomfortable things for men - and I appreciate it all. I appreciate high heels. I appreciate thongs. ~ Joe Manganiello
89:Jack Welch is someone who I have always admired. In India, Narayana Murthy is someone who I have great respect for. ~ Kumar Mangalam Birla
90:Acknowledging the lucky breaks are paramount to enjoying life. Not being defensive about our successes/failures. So, in short. ~ Dan Mangan
91:American comedies especially are all about these men being browbeaten by their wives and it's impossible for me to watch. ~ Joe Manganiello
92:In an oppressive society if a group stands up to take care of the lambs, it automatically stands up against the wolves. ~ Vishal Mangalwadi
93:I think that's why art prevails: because it helps people in a fairly intangible, magical way feel more connected to each other. ~ Dan Mangan
94:I think it's important to accept all the ways that we're absurdly lucky. I'm a white male from a safe city in a wealthy country. ~ Dan Mangan
95:Right," Jenna said. She was sitting on a desk next to me. She spent most of the class reading those mangas she liked so much. ~ Rachel Hawkins
96:I am a passionate believer that comedy is a way of tackling some of the most dark and difficult aspects of being a human being. ~ Stephen Mangan
97:I went to a school that's predominantly computer science and engineering. So, there's a real shortage of hot girls, let's say. ~ Joe Manganiello
98:A luxúria reside menos na exibição integral do que naquela breve nesga de carne mal e mal entrevista entre a luva e a manga. ~ Caio Fernando Abreu
99:I get a lot of inspiration from Japanese manga, especially shoujo which tends to have elaborate and fantastical adventure plots. ~ Cassandra Clare
100:I can't single out one thing that influenced me. My generation was influenced greatly by the manga that came out during our childhood. ~ Takashi Miike
101:I started working at clubs when I was sixteen, which is young. I would not want my kid doing that, but I did, and that's how it went. ~ Joe Manganiello
102:I've always been an athletic guy, but the extent to which I go for 'True Blood' or for 'Magic Mike' is because of the role that I'm playing. ~ Joe Manganiello
103:The Bible is the only force known to history that has freed enitre nations from corruption while simultaneously giving them political freedom. ~ Vishal Mangalwadi
104:There's going to be ups and downs and that you have to be okay with the downs too and embrace them just as much because they will teach you something. ~ Dan Mangan
105:Across the aisle, a living manga teen with spiky purple hair and more hardware on his body than an early Borg poked through dusty old digests. ~ Michael R Underwood
106:I am trying to keep my voice in order. Basically not talking much in the van throughout the day to preserve it, which I'm sure is welcomed by the band. ~ Dan Mangan
107:I've been immersed in manga since I was a kid. I grew up with this culture. So I started to think about how to compare manga to contemporary art. ~ Takashi Murakami
108:When I'm training for 'True Blood,' I don't eat any sugar except for some fruit here and there. So it's no sugar, no bread, no real carbs all day. ~ Joe Manganiello
109:I watched so many comic book movies where the actors weren't as built as the characters in the book. It made me mad because they didn't look right. ~ Joe Manganiello
110:I mean, everyone walks into the gym on day one skinny or fat. Arnold Schwarzenegger walked into the gym skinny at 15 or 16, and I was that way, too. ~ Joe Manganiello
111:I don't necessarily think I look to books for ideas, but sometimes when I'm in the process of reading a great book, I just think about it all of the time. ~ Dan Mangan
112:I'm such a fan of anime and manga to this day, but I never really like got to know all the characters and everything, so I don't think I'd be able to pick one. ~ Lights
113:Dorul ei de dragoste o facea sa se simta ca un pisoi care se invartea mereu printre glezne, mieunand Mangaie-ma, mangaie-ma, uita-te la mine, iubeste-ma . ~ Laini Taylor
114:Our desires are insatiable. We seek from the limited the unlimited. We must fail. Our insatiability is a third incurable defect in human life. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
115:I cant predict exactly what the TV channel of the future is, but we think more and more time spent on TV is going to be around web content and web video. ~ Salar Kamangar
116:What do I most look forward to when creating manga? Why, doing the bonus pages, of course! I wish I could just do a whole 180 of nothing but bonus pages! ~ Hiromu Arakawa
117:I had an inspirational teacher at my junior school: Peter Nixon. He was enthusiastic, knowledgeable and slightly scary - a good combination for a teacher. ~ Stephen Mangan
118:To avoid the company of fools, to take pleasure in being among the intelligent, to venerate those who are worthy of veneration, is a great blessedness. ~ Mahamangala Sutta
119:When I first got out of drama school, my original manager tried to get me to change my name because people were having trouble spelling it and saying it. ~ Joe Manganiello
120:Theres always an anxiety about playing literary characters because one of the great joys of reading books is that you can create your own vision of things. ~ Stephen Mangan
121:Bill Ayers, Frank Marshall Davis, Edward Said, Roberto Mangabeira Unger, and Jeremiah Wright. This is a group I’ve previously called “Obama’s founding fathers. ~ Dinesh D Souza
122:I admire the abstract expressionists and pop artists so right now I'm referencing American '60s art and at the same time referencing Japanese manga culture. ~ Christian Marclay
123:Sering dikatakan orang bahwa bakat memberi banyak kesempatan untuk maju.
Namun semangat besarlah yang kerap memberi kesempatan, dan bahkan memberi banyak bakat. ~ Eric Hoffer
124:Even if there are no new Mighty Atom manga or films created, the Mighty Atom character has become a permanent fixture of both Japanese and global pop culture. ~ Frederik L Schodt
125:I think books are just a great ticket to get you outside of yourself. You can not be you for a second and live in the shoes of a character, which is a special thing. ~ Dan Mangan
126:Hope is more the consequence of action than its cause. As the experience of the spectator favors fatalism, so the experience of the agent produces hope. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
127:What we'd like to think of YouTube as is a part of Google with very overlapping goals and values. We're a fundamental part of the advertising business for Google. ~ Salar Kamangar
128:Selalu menyakitkan melihatmu dari kejauhan tanpa bisa menggapai, tapi obsesiku terhadapmu terasa menyenangkan. Memberiku napas. Memberiku sepercik semangat hidup. ~ Miranda Malonka
129:Tania, kehidupan harus berlanjut. Ketika kau kehilangan semangat, ingatlah kata-kataku dulu. Kehidupan ini seperti daun yang jatuh..Biarkanlah angin yang menerbangkannya. ~ Tere Liye
130:You feel the weight of the world and you take things in and you are acting out from a place of being pushed and visceral. It's heavy. You can't be there all of the time. ~ Dan Mangan
131:More than anything, being an English major made me more appreciative of authors and what an incredible feat it is to just finish a novel, let alone a really brilliant one. ~ Dan Mangan
132:There are these little towns outside of L.A. Once you get an hour and a half, two hours out, you get into these little, tiny towns that are almost like stuck in time. ~ Joe Manganiello
133:Menulis fiksi adalah menuangkan perasaan dan semangat hidup dalam untaian kata-kata di atas kertas-sebuah usaha tanpa akhir untuk mendapatkan makna-makna yang berbeda ~ Erskine Caldwell
134:You can't just look at the side of something that you want to see. You have to look at the whole round object and understand that there are parts of it that you don't like. ~ Dan Mangan
135:En cuanto una habitación es habitada por una mujer, su techo se curva. ¿No te has dado cuenta? Si la mujer es desdichada en esa habitación, el techo cae como una manga rota. ~ John Berger
136:Man, fountains pen are a pain to use, drawing backgrounds is a also a pain... Drawing manga really is a pain. In short living is a pain... I want to become a cheesburger ~ Hideaki Sorachi
137:There have been bleak nights along my way, many of my own making, but life is all the brighter for them now. To the human eye, without the darkness there are no stars. ~ Sumangali Morhall
138:I'm glad that I lost, I'm glad that I failed, I'm glad that I felt that way and decided to do something about it... I never wanted to feel that way again and it drove me. ~ Joe Manganiello
139:YouTube has proven it can flourish in a model where there is more autonomy, and in that way I think it is an example and a potential model for other areas of the business. ~ Salar Kamangar
140:A mind which remains calm in the midst of the vicissitudes of life, delivered from preoccupations, liberated from passion, dwelling in serenity—that is a great blessing. ~ Mahamangala Sutta
141:Ce-i vom raspunde oarbei care se plange in poezia lui Rilke: «nu mai pot trai asa cu cerul pe mine»? Oare am mangaia-o de i-am spune ca nu mai putem trai cu pamantul sub noi? ~ Emil M Cioran
142:I think the only thing that we even have a small tangent of reality or truth about is right now - the moment that is happening right this second. Everything else is up for grabs. ~ Dan Mangan
143:Also, to be honest, my dad wanted me to be an athlete. And I think all sons want to prove something to their dad. So now, aged 35, I want to see what I can achieve physically. ~ Joe Manganiello
144:I dont like to watch myself on screen because in my mind there is a touch of George Clooney about me, but when I see it, there is more than a little Donkey from Shrek about me. ~ Stephen Mangan
145:In Japan there is a lot of manga, but around manga there are video games, manga on cellphones, manga in card games... so people not only enjoy manga but also the products around it. ~ Tite Kubo
146:One feels very blessed to be born into a family like the Birla family, which is a household name in India, which stands for tradition, is yet contemporary, stands for trust. ~ Kumar Mangalam Birla
147:Ela deixou pender os braços desamparados dentro das mangas do hábito, inclinou a cabeça e ficou pensativa, olhando para dentro de si mesma. E o que vê não deve ser animador. ~ Lygia Fagundes Telles
148:I did [Henrik] Ibsen and [Anton] Chekhov for years. Obviously I didn't get the kind of recognition I have now. Somebody once told me, "You ride the horse the direction it's going." ~ Joe Manganiello
149:Nadidilidili ko na ang umaga ay nilalang upang ihanda sa pagtatamasa ng kasiyahan sa kinahapunan at ang gabi’y upang mangarap at magsaya sa mga alaalang pumupukaw ng damdamin.
-Salome ~ Jos Rizal
150:Meditation is like hearing a voice on the telephone: there might be slight delays if the line is not perfect, but it is otherwise direct and requires no effort other than listening ~ Sumangali Morhall
151:The way I formed my studio and how I organize things actually came out of the model of the Japanese animation studio and the manga industry. The manga industry is gigantic in Japan. ~ Takashi Murakami
152:I at least wanted to appear strong and elegant in your eyes just like a manga heroine who’s too perfect to be real - Nana

The only person who will ever be my hero is you, Nana - Hachi ~ Ai Yazawa
153:Non conta la fede che un movimento propone, conta la speranza che offre. Gratta l’eresia, troverai il lebbroso. E ogni battaglia contro l’eresia vuole solo che il lebbroso rimanga lebbroso. ~ Umberto Eco
154:As a filmmaker, you've got to have a nose for what's going on culturally. You have to feel it. It doesn't have to be manga or music, but you need some kind of antenna. That's very important. ~ Takashi Miike
155:Ilmu dalam konteks semangat iqra' selamanya berorientasi tauhidik, bertolak daripada motivasi imanik dan bergerak mencapai objektif mengenal, mengagumi dan mengabdi kepada Ilahi. ~ Zulkifli Mohamad Al Bakri
156:My aesthetic sense was formed at a young age by what surrounded me: the narrow residential spaces of Japan and the mental escapes from those spaces that took the forms of manga and anime. ~ Takashi Murakami
157:Disse que vivíamos num país provincianíssimo, onde toda ocasião era boa para se lamentar, mas enquanto isso ninguém arregaçava as mangas e reorganizava as coisas tentando fazê-las funcionar. ~ Elena Ferrante
158:ini zaman semangat kebebasan dari cerita purba
bangun sebagai bangkai helang dari masalalu
berdiri dan bangkit atas dasar pencerahan baru
dan akal diagungkan semula

(Perjalanan 3) ~ S M Zakir
159:What do takumis (artisans), engineers, inventors, and otakus (fans of anime and manga) have in common? They all understand the importance of flowing with their ikigai at all times. ~ Hector Garcia Puigcerver
160:Insofar we are death-bound, existence is urgent and frightful. Insofar as are groundless, it is vertiginous and dreamlike. Insofar as we are insatiable, it is unquiet and tormented. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
161:I play characters who are comfortable naked, but that's something you work up to. I did a play off-Broadway in New York when I was in college. It was full-frontal nudity. It's nerve-racking. ~ Joe Manganiello
162:La città - è la città che dovrà guarirli, con lame di coltello e automobili, manganelli, colpi d'arma da fuoco. I cavi allentati e le pericolose costruzioni in muratura della città telecinetica. ~ Martin Amis
163:Aku pun tahu Sukab, senja yang paling keemas-emasan sekalipun hanya akan berakhir dalam keremangan menyedihkan, ketika segala makhluk dan benda menjadi siluet, lantas menyatu dalam kegelapan. ~ Seno Gumira Ajidarma
164:And sometimes you just have to trust that there will be more, sometimes you go through dry spells and you have to assure yourself "no no, it's gonna be fine. There's gonna be more songs, it's all good. ~ Dan Mangan
165:I write right off the typer. I call it my "machinegun." I hit it hard, usually late at night while drinking wine and listening to classical music on the radio and smoking mangalore ganesh beedies. ~ Charles Bukowski
166:La terra è la sola cosa al modo che valga qualche cosa [...] perché è la sola cosa al mondo che rimanga e, non dimenticarlo!, la sola cosa per cui vale la pena di lavorare, di lottare... di morire. ~ Margaret Mitchell
167:When I'd be out-and-about at a club and the music would come on, I was never the guy that was gonna dance. But after Magic Mike - I have like two or three go-to moves. That's what Magic Mike gave me. ~ Joe Manganiello
168:I grew up with a rotary phone in my house and that seems a world away, but that's what I was used to as a kid. So now things seem complicated to me, but to kids born right now, they don't feel complicated. ~ Dan Mangan
169:Wow, Kai,” Tomm said when he finally caught his breath. “Can’t you take a joke? What are you, a manga cat?” he asked, referring to the big felines that roamed the Tottori Desert that bordered their land. ~ Claire Luana
170:To say, "It used to be better," nobody can say, "Well, no it wasn't." It's like telling a story that is self-aggrandizing about someone who has passed away, when they can't tell the other side of the story. ~ Dan Mangan
171:Most of the kids I know read only manga, but I prefer novels. Novels are closer to real life than manga, it's like they show you the real world with one layer peeled away, a reality you can't see otherwise. ~ Natsuo Kirino
172:Warna biru bagiku adalah semangat dan keingintahuan, karena ketika aku membayangkan kata 'semangat', yang muncul adalah gambaran lautan dalam yang memantulkan angkasa tak terhingga. Itulah esensi semangat. ~ Miranda Malonka
173:Se è davvero così, se ti senti tra parentesi, permettimi allora di infilarmici dentro, e che tutto il mondo rimanga fuori, che sia solo l'esponente al di fuori della parentesi e ci moltiplichi al suo interno. ~ David Grossman
174:I wanted to work with somebody who seemed like he came from the same place that I did, which is that total immersion and learning about the world around, from this very gritty, dark side, and had access to that. ~ Joe Manganiello
175:He doesn't look like a gangster, but then he's not the office worker type, either...some kind of entrepreneur maybe, or, - wait, I've got it! He looks like he writes manga! Either that or a chiropractor, I guess. ~ Banana Yoshimoto
176:I was an avid anime watcher until I was about 10, when I moved to manga. I think I am influenced by Osamu Tezuka's and Walt Disney's works which I watched during that time, such as Tetsuwan Atom and 101 Dalmatians. ~ Akira Toriyama
177:The work environment is very important in determining how enjoyable work is. It is very important to work with smart guys who have a superior level of intellectual bandwidth and still have softer skills as well. ~ Kumar Mangalam Birla
178:In 1991, the government unleashed the power of India and created a partnership between itself and industry. As a result, India has emerged as an economic success story, and that is a matter of pride for all of us. ~ Kumar Mangalam Birla
179:It's the sick and twisted male fantasy that we want classy ladies out in the world that make us look good, but in the bedroom, men want subservient women who please all of their whims. It's the typical bullshit of male ego. ~ Dan Mangan
180:Mas quem ama perdoa ainda que não esqueça, quem ama segue em frente, quem ama não se agarra a desculpas, arregaça as mangas e não desiste porque o verdadeiro amor é o avesso do medo e a vontade o seu maior aliado. ~ Margarida Rebelo Pinto
181:Well, I think the golden rule I can think of is the fact that you must follow your passion and do something that's close to your heart. And I think that that's very important, well, to be successful and to be happy. ~ Kumar Mangalam Birla
182:When first discovering a night sky, the eyes may pick out a few tiny stars. Waiting and watching reveals thousands, until it seems there is yet more light than empty blackness. So my life has been, and so it continues. ~ Sumangali Morhall
183:Getting out on stage and playing music for people feels great when people are cheering for you, that's obviously really exciting. But what's most exciting is the idea that we're all experiencing something that's bigger than us. ~ Dan Mangan
184:I come from classical theater training and when I went to college it was a bunch of kids that were hand-picked from around the world. I was around such brilliant young minds and incredible artists with incredible teachers. ~ Joe Manganiello
185:If I write about something that I've experienced and somebody goes, "Oh my God, I feel the exact same way," then both of us are connected, and when you feel connected to people, you feel understood. You feel a sense of purpose. ~ Dan Mangan
186:I am a big fan of Bleach, as well as other Manga titles. And I am certainly sorry if anyone was offended or upset by what they perceive to be the similarity between my work and the work of artists that I admire and who inspire me. ~ Nick Simmons
187:I was happier going back to my roots: training like men do in my hometown of Pittsburgh. Back home the guys in the gyms don't lift to look good; they're lifting to lift. They do it because they want to squat more and bench more. ~ Joe Manganiello
188:Adán acusó a Eva. Caín mató a su hermano menor. Abraham mintió con respecto a Sara. Rebeca favoreció a Jacob. Jacob trampeó a Esaú y enseguida dio origen a una manga de rufianes. El libro de Génesis está lleno de desastres familiares. ~ Max Lucado
189:I can predict with some sense of certainty how life will feel in a month. I can with the same logic remember with the same element of reality or truth what life was like a month ago. All perspectives on the past are entirely relative. ~ Dan Mangan
190:Manga is virtual. Manga is sentiment. Manga is resistance. Manga is bizarre. Manga is pathos. Manga is destruction. Manga is arrogance. Manga is love. Manga is kitsch. Manga is sense of wonder. Manga is … there is no conclusion yet. ~ Osamu Tezuka
191:If the self remains in its citadel, anxious to control and heavily defended, it declines in the sources of vitality. To lay the citadel open, however, is to court danger: a danger inseparable from the enhancement of life. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
192:There are two roadblocks in the way of transforming India into an economic giant and one of them was education. I believe that if education is privatised at primary and secondary level, lot of our problems will be answered to ~ Kumar Mangalam Birla
193:We realized that YouTube is a rocket ship and that this is an incredibly big space. I started agitating for it. I was the most passionate voice for acquiring YouTube: 'The price tag seems really high, but it is going to be worth it. ~ Salar Kamangar
194:Kesabaran adalah kekuasaan.
Pergunakanlah untuk memupuk semangat, meredakan kemarahan, meredam angkara murka, mengubur rasa iri, menekan kesombongan, menahan lidah, mengekang tangan, sampai tiba waktunya anda memanen seluruh hasilnya. ~ Og Mandino
195:I actually met Carrie Fisher a couple of years ago. When I told her that she was my first crush, she insisted that we get married and have a reality show about it. I'm lucky to have made it out of that weekend without getting married. ~ Joe Manganiello
196:We've all had those phone conversations. Things are heated, you're in a position where you're gonna say something nasty. Instead, you say, "Oh, I've got that thing in the oven." Lie. Get off the phone. Don't perpetuate a bad situation. ~ Joe Manganiello
197:They [Americans] believe that the terrors of vast problems yield to the effects of many small solutions.

Use little things to break big things, says Saint Paul, describing an essential feature of the psychology of hope. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
198:To globalize for the sake of globalizing-as a matter of ego-is perilous. Expanding internationally is hard, risky work. Globalization is not just about putting up a plant. It's not about making an acquisition. It's much, much more. ~ Kumar Mangalam Birla
199:Manga uses Japanese traditional structures in how to teach the student and to transmit a very direct message. You learn from the teacher by watching from behind his back. The whole teacher-master thing is part of Asian culture, I think. ~ Takashi Murakami
200:the relation of mathematics to the world of temporal change and of phenomenal particularity is direct: less by induction than by what Pierce called abduction – an imaginative jumping off from an open-ended series of particulars. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
201:I had a rule that I would never force the muse in my younger days. I would follow the feeling. I would just put the pen down and walk away, and wait for it to come back. But these days, I have a kid, I tour a lot, and I'm always short on time. ~ Dan Mangan
202:The world changed and the companies haven’t yet figured out how to exploit it, exactly. Twilight and Harry Potter and manga have shown females will purchase genre books with a vengeance if given the opportunity and an enticing enough read. ~ Lynne M Thomas
203:Manga is a very entertaining cultural form, made of many totally different genres. Don’t restrict yourself with a single style of manga. I would be delighted to be your springboard, but try to read as much as you can in order to branch out! ~ Hiromu Arakawa
204:I quit because that thing inside of me that was driving me to drink that way was causing me so much pain that I was starting to get afraid for my own life, and my own health. It wasn't necessarily one instance. It was a lot that had piled up. ~ Joe Manganiello
205:The panel on the right portrayed Jesus emerging from his tomb, as Mary Magdalene, in a red dress (also iron, or perhaps grated particles of gold), holds out to him a purple garment (manganese dioxide) and a loaf of yellow bread (silver chloride). ~ Alan Bradley
206:Yasa mı? Kimin için? Neyi berkitir yasa? ister gözünü oğuştur, istersen tetiği çek idam mangasındasm içinde yasa varsa. Girmem, girmedim mangalara Yer etmedi adalet duygusu içimde benim çünkü ben ömrümce adle boyun eğdim. Yıldızlı gökten bana soracak ~ Anonymous
207:Milikilah hati yang luas, seluas langit biru. Di dalam hati yang luas, kamu akan menampung rasa memaafkan yang besar, kekuatan untuk berpikir dan bertindak positif, serta semangat untuk menjelang hari esok yang tidak pernah pudar. Jadilah langit itu ~ Sitta Karina
208:Yo era el Apollyon. Ejercía control sobre los cuatro elementos, y sobre el quinto y el más poderoso akasha. Yo alimentaba al Dios Asesino. Yo era su gran poder, el as en la manga. Yo era el principio y él era el final. Y juntos, éramos todo. ~ Jennifer L Armentrout
209:Isimangaliso must be the only place on the globe where the oldest land mammal (rhinoceros) and the world biggest terrestrial mammal (elephant) share an ecosystem with the world's oldest fish (coelacanth) and the world's biggest marine mammal (whale) ~ Nelson Mandela
210:There's when a phrase circles in my head in a number of ways for any number of days, weeks, or months, and then that eventually becomes a song. There's a slow permeation of the idea and then that leads into a bunch of themes and becomes a bunch of lines. ~ Dan Mangan
211:Every weekend the drama department would have parties. The 20 hot girls on campus? All of them were in the drama dept. So we'd have somebody standing guard at the door to keep all the computer science guys out. We had to guard our women at all times. ~ Joe Manganiello
212:I really love the smell of Waffle House. It’s this perfect combination of butter, maple syrup, bacon, and maybe onions? Whatever it is, they should bottle it up and pour it into a scented marker, so I can draw hot manga characters who smell like WaHo. ~ Becky Albertalli
213:It's not supposed to make you distracted from your life, it's supposed to make you challenge the ongoing distraction with focused intention. Simply discussing how asleep we can be gives credence to the possibility of finding moments of true honest alertness. ~ Dan Mangan
214:He reached into the bag and drew out an odd array of manga, ripped paperbacks of books both classic and modern, and a small stack of crumpled magazines. "See, I even brought some things to read aloud. I wasn't sure what you'd like, so there's a bit of everything. ~ Holly Black
215:In the age of camera phones and screenshots and Twitter.... At the end of the day, I want to share my life with somebody, you know? I want picture albums. I want to look back at our time together. And I also want kids. And if you want kids, then you want marriage. ~ Joe Manganiello
216:The embodied self is the same person who woke to the world in a burst of visonary immediacy, who soon found that he was not the center of that world but on the contrary, a dependent and even hapless creature, and who then discovered that he was doomed to die ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
217:When I was drawing this, I thought I’d put together Sailor Saturn and Sailor Chibi-Moon in a pair. Then I followed it with the Sailor Quartet. One of these days I’m going to put this team together into the manga. What a weird thing that would be. Anyway, here’s the six. ~ Naoko Takeuchi
218:Tanpa disadari, saking semangatnya meminta, kita terkesan mengajari atau mendikte Tuhan. Menurut sebuah hadis, Tuhan akan marah pada hamba-Nya yang sombong, tidak pernah berdoa. Namun, Tuhan juga marah jika melihat hamba-Nya banyak berdoa, tanpa bekerja. Ora et labora. ~ Komaruddin Hidayat
219:Pranzammo a Torre Annunziata con la tavola disposta proprio in riva al mare.
Tutti coloro erano felici d'abitare in quei luoghi, alcuni affermavano che senza la vista del mare sarebbe impossibile vivere. A me basta che quell'immagine rimanga nel mio spirito. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
220:I'm part of the first generation who grew up with manga [comics] and anime [animation], you know, after 'Godzilla.' I was absorbed with Ultraman on TV and in manga. The profession of game designer was created really recently. If it didn't exist, I'd probably be making anime. ~ Satoshi Tajiri
221:Later I would know some real workers—heavily tattooed, hair worn in ponytails, motorcycle-riding, manga-reading, and pill-popping—and I realized they were as batty as we were, far from the standardized robots of our fantasies. Americans, rich or poor, were a nation of weirdos. ~ Edmund White
222:Fa una scelta di buoni autori e contentati di essi per nutrirti del loro genio se vuoi ricavarne insegnamenti che ti rimangano. Voler essere dappertutto è come essere in nessu luogo. Non potendo quindi leggere tutti i libri che puoi avere, contentati di avere quelli che puoi leggere. ~ Seneca
223:I miss that moment when you're about to go through the tube turn-style but you put your ticket in the wrong way and then as you're trying to figure out how exactly to get in the damn station you hear a collective sigh of 40 people behind you pissed that you're slowing down the herd. ~ Dan Mangan
224:Men feel cherished when they are needed.
Women feel cherished when they are loved.

Indonesian version (Bahasa):

Kaum pria jadi termotivasi dan bersemangat kala mereka merasa dibutuhkan.

Kaum wanita jadi termotivasi dan bersemangat kala mereka merasa dicintai. ~ John Gray
225:I feel like songwriting changed from something that I liked doing to something that, I feel, is a very important outlet for me to digest all the things around me. Once I put thoughts into a song, I can let it go, it doesn't bug me anymore you know what I mean? It's kind of a catharsis. ~ Dan Mangan
226:The method of producing comics in Japan is very hectic, but it's also rewarding because it's possible to do both the story and art all by yourself. In this way, it's possibly to bring out one's individuality. If this idea appeals to you, I call on you to try drawing your own manga. ~ Akira Toriyama
227:With all of the people in the world and all of the suffering and all of the things that people are forced to do for lack of other alternative, the fact that I had a subsidized education and got to go right into a life of playing music for a living, what a stupidly fortunate place to be. ~ Dan Mangan
228:To trust so much in our devices and sync everyone's device up - we tell people where we are, what we buy and where we shop, who we talk to - and that goes somewhere. The ghost of information technology out there, and one of the points... of the manga and anime was trusting in technology. ~ Rupert Sanders
229:Tako smo sjedili prilično dugo uz naš mangal i šutjeli. Opet sam osjetio kako je sreća jednostavna i prirodna stvar. A to je: čaša vina, jedan kesten, skromni mangal i šum morskih valova. Ništa drugo! Da bismo shvatili da je u tome sreća, potrebno je da budemo jednostavna i priprosta srca. ~ Nikos Kazantzakis
230:Lá, no Paraíso, mamãe e papai dispunham de boas mangas, abacaxis, papaias, goiabas, cajus, maracujás, talvez até acerolas, cajás, graviolas. Por que iriam se interessar por maçãs, que frutinho mai ssem graça, estúpido e insípido? Eu só comeria maçãs se me dissessem que não o podia fazer. ~ Jos Eduardo Agualusa
231:Puede afirmarse, sin caer en el infundio, que esta ilustre manga de atorrantes jamás consiguió entender el sentido de los Carnavales. Manuel Mandeb pensaba que las gentes se ponían contentas en virtud de algún suceso que todos conocían, menos él. Sus amigos padecían un desconcierto de la misma clase. ~ Alejandro Dolina
232:Non c'è pericolo che il vero ingegno e la vera bontà rimangano per molto tempo nascoste ma anche se questo accadesse la coscienza di possedere queste qualità e di impiegarle pel bene del prossimo, dovrebbe dare sufficiente soddisfazione, e, te lo ripeto, la più bella dote di una fanciulla è la modestia. ~ Louisa May Alcott
233:The thing is that I don't normally think in terms of manga when I'm writing. Sounds odd from someone who has is getting a reputation for doing manga related work. But I would say that my scripts are NOT manga at the stage of my writing process, they are just comic book stories in a more general sense. ~ Sean Michael Wilson
234:If you use language that divides people and makes people who agree with you really stoked and people who disagree with you disengaged then you're preaching to a choir, and you've lost any kind of relativity across the spectrum. So it's important to be subtle and understand that there's a lot more you can learn. ~ Dan Mangan
235:Chocolate is an extraordinary source of key stress-fighting minerals including: magnesium, iron, chromium, vanadium, copper, zinc, manganese, and phosphorus. These minerals favorably influence a woman's hormone system, which explains why chocolate has always been considered important for a woman's monthly cycle. ~ David Wolfe
236:Negli anni Venti gli eroi dei fumetti si chiamano «Comunello» e «Proletino». E il loro avversario è «Fasciolino»: Forte e ardito è Comunello ed affronta il manganello del gradasso Fasciolino per difender Proletino. Oppure «Spartachino», eroe del Fanciullo proletario che non cede alle lusinghe dei fascisti[6]. ~ Stefano Pivato
237:I don’t think there’s any such thing as male objectification…I think that word exists only with women because there are societal pressures for them to behave a certain way and to look a certain way. Someone put it to me once: Women are sex objects and men are success objects. That was really interesting to me. ~ Joe Manganiello
238:Karena bagiku, mencintai hidup tidak berarti bermain-main di pantai. Mencintai hidup, berarti menjalani hidup yang mempesona dan tidak terkendali. Bertindak, berusaha, bersusah payah. Hidup yang penuh semangat dan menakjubkan. Aku terlalu mencintai hidup dan karena itu aku tidak puas hanya dengan kecantikan alam. ~ Albert Camus
239:I think when portraying someone that does exist in real life, there's an amount of respect and you want to do them justice. I don't really care what anybody says out there about what I did in the film; I care what these guys thought about what I did. If I'm making them happy, then I know I'm on the right track. ~ Joe Manganiello
240:Sejak percintaan pertama di senja itu, Aureliano dan Amaranta Ursula telah melanjutkan keuntungan yang disebabkan oleh jarangnya Gaston mengawasi istrinya, bercinta dengan semangat terhalang, tercekik dalam kesempatan-kesempatan untuk bertemu dan hampir selalu terganggu oleh kedatangan Gaston yang tiba-tiba. ~ Gabriel Garc a M rquez
241:What frustrated us about the song [Robots] was not that it existed - we owe a lot to that song and have had a ton of fun playing it. The problem was that it was a "given".It was like everyone was waiting for it to happen, and then it better be as crazy as the time they saw it before. Started to feel like dancing monkeys. ~ Dan Mangan
242:David Ayer was put on my map, at that point, and I always kept note and clocked his career. When he started directing, I saw Harsh Times, I saw Street Kings and I saw End of Watch. I gave my agents a list of directors that I wanted to work with, and at the top of that list was David. I wanted to have that experience. ~ Joe Manganiello
243:In that moment the world tilted, and I completely lost control of my sex organs. Apparently my vagina, uterus, and ovaries were Italian and, when spoken to in Italian by Nico Manganiello, no longer belonged to me. I had no idea what he’d said. Just the sound, coming from his mouth – no lie – was the sexiest thing of all time. ~ Penny Reid
244:Simon's walls were covered in what looked like pages ripped from a comic book, but when I squinted, I realized they were hand drawn. Some were black-and-white, but most were in full color, everything from character sketches to splash panels to full pages, done in a style that wasn't quite manga, wasn't quite comic book. ~ Kelley Armstrong
245:I'll force myself to sit down and read a couple of chapters of a great book or I'll force myself to sit and listen to some amazing music or I'll go see a play. I find that watching or experiencing other forms of art gets my brain in action. It makes me feel connected to the creative energies and then that tends to get things going. ~ Dan Mangan
246:In a way, 'Sin City''s designed to be paced somewhere between an American comic book and Japanese manga. Working in black and white, I realized that the eye is less patient, and you have to make your point, and sometimes repeat it. Slowing things down is harder in black and white, because there isn't as much for the eye to enjoy. ~ Frank Miller
247:Simon's walls were covered in what looked like pages ripped from a comic book, but when I squinted, I realized they were hand drawn. Some were black-and-white, but most were in full color,
everything from character sketches to splash panels to full pages, done in a style that wasn't quite manga, wasn't
quite comic book. ~ Kelley Armstrong
248:Elend smiled. "Oh, come on. You have to admit that you're unusual, Vin. You're like some strange mixture of a noblewoman, a street urchin, and a cat. Plus, you've mangaged - in our short three years together - to kill not only my god, but my father, my brother, and my fiancée. That's kind of like a homicidal hat trick. ~ Brandon Sanderson
249:I remember somebody saying, "I feel really bad for kids growing up around iPads right now. It's just too complicated. Life's too complicated." I think, yeah, but I remember being a kid and holding up a new piece of technology that was made in the '80s and my grandparents going, "Oh, it's too complicated." It didn't seem complicated to me. ~ Dan Mangan
250:I like the way Quentin Tarantino creates a scene using a series of close-ups or showing very cool images of a person or people walking on some ordinary street in slow motion. I wish I could achieve that kind of slow-motion effect in manga, but it's rather difficult to draw; the only things we can play with are tones of black and white. ~ Masashi Kishimoto
251:When you have a young kid you can't go out much at night, so I spent a lot of time at home, watching movies and cooking dinner with my wife. It felt like what most people experience. White picket fence stuff.So there was some enjoyment of that normalcy, but I have to admit that part of me missed the chaos of touring. I think it's about balance. ~ Dan Mangan
252:Un val atarna intre cei doi poli,o simpla alunecare a unui lucru care e transparent pentru a ne avertiza sau a ne mangaia.Acum urasti,dar priveste prin acest val si vezi posibilitatea iubirii,esti trist acum,dar priveste in partea cealalta si vei vedea fericire.Calmul absolut pana la dezastrul absolut se petrece atat de repede,intr-o clipita. ~ Cecelia Ahern
253:Cinta itu mensucikan akal, mengenyahkan kekhawatiran, memunculkan keberanian, mendorong berpenampilan rapi, membangkitkan selera makan, menjaga akhlak mulia, membangkitkan semangat, mengenakan wewangian, memperhatikan pergaulan yang baik, serta menjaga adab dan kepribadian. Tapi cinta juga merupakan ujian bagi orang-orang yang shaleh dan cobaan bagi ahli ibadah. ~
254:It doesn't matter if you're talking to a communist or a fascist if you say, do you want a good future for your kids? Well they're all going to say yes. Well do you think that money should be spent efficiently? Yes. Al of these things, everyone agrees on them but the way that we discuss them and the language that we use we hold different definitions for. ~ Dan Mangan
255:We're constantly dealing with old problems under the circumstance of new variables, so just things like greed and fear and anger and inequality are issues that humanity has constantly dealt with. The parameters and the variables change but these are old things. And discussing those things is slightly more timeless rather than focusing on one tiny thing. ~ Dan Mangan
256:Scheele independently discovered eight elements—chlorine, fluorine, manganese, barium, molybdenum, tungsten, nitrogen, and oxygen—but received credit for none of them in his lifetime. He had an unfortunate habit of tasting every substance he worked with, as a way of familiarizing himself with its properties, and eventually the practice caught up with him. ~ Bill Bryson
257:Some Western readers commonly use the Japanese word manga to mean serious comic-book literature. According to one of my Japanese friends, this usage is wrong. The word manga means “idle picture” and is used in Japan to describe collections of trivial comic-book stories. The correct word for serious comic-book literature is gekiga, meaning “dramatic picture. ~ Freeman Dyson
258:Hay cosas menores, pero aun así muy importantes. No es amable. No sabe cuándo ha de decir algo que consuele y cuándo hay que callar. La historia le importa un pimiento. No tiene ojos grises dulces ni cejas pobladas, ni se sube las mangas hasta los codos. —La miré fijamente, y ahora me miró con valentía decidida—. En suma, el mayor problema de él es que no es tú. ~ Elizabeth Kostova
259:Mau jadi pengarang? Tak ada jalan lain kecuali membaca membaca, membaca terutama karya para sastrawan terkemuka dan menulis menulis menulis. Ikut workshop hanya penunjang, begitu pula teori-teori itu, komunitas untuk mengingatkan tekad, saling menyemangati, berbagi pengalaman. Tak seorangpun bisa menjadikan dirimu sebagai penulis/pengarang kecuali dirimu sendiri. ~ Helvy Tiana Rosa
260:No mesmo corredor mora outro homem, outro sono, o mesmo não acordar como quem furta ao tempo alguns minutos. Quem nunca quis dormir até a vida ser um lugar praticável, quem não conhece o desconsolo de vestir cada dia uma pele curta nas mangas, que vá abanar este homem, que o chame com a voz cheia de realidades e diga: «Levanta-te, Karl, levanta-te à hora de viver.» ~ Nuno Camarneiro
261:One of the more problematic aspects of the current state of cinema in Japan is that the movies playing in the theaters are by and large made not by film studios but by broadcasting companies. They're either extensions of popular television dramas or adaptations of manga or anime. Younger Japanese are simply not being exposed to good films. That situation needs to change. ~ Hirokazu Koreeda
262:The City of San Francisco is being stalked by a huge, shaved vampyre cat named Chet, and only I, Abby Normal, emergency backup mistress of the Greater Bay Area night, and my manga-haired love monkey, Foo Dog, stand between the ravenous monster and a bloody massacre of the general public. Which isn’t, like, as bad as it sounds, because the general public kind of sucks ass. ~ Christopher Moore
263:I often hear that Gintama is very kind to losers. The thought that “a failure like me can still keep living when I read this manga.” But I didn't intentionally draw losers. I've been told that it's because I'm a loser too. Well, fine. But honestly, I think everyone's a loser. The only difference is the skin we put on. Once you open the lid and look inside, everyone's the same. ~ Hideaki Sorachi
264:Llevo el calcetín derecho diferente al calcetín izquierdo. Uno tiene un dibujo de Mickey Mouse, el otro es un calcetín de lana liso. Mi habitación está manga por hombro y no puedo encontrar nada. Mejor no decirlo en voz alta, pero mis bragas dan pena. Tanto que un ladrón de ropa interior pasaría de largo. Si unos gamberros me mataran, con esta pinta no creo que hallara la paz. ~ Haruki Murakami
265:Non turbare la tua pace interiore, niente è giusto o sbagliato, non si vince né si perde. Esistono solo gli individui e ognuno di essi è solo. Completamente
solo! Impara a essere solo, guarda gli uccelli, volano ma non parlano a nessuno del loro volo né si preoccupano di conservarne il ricordo per raccontarlo in futuro. ... Lascia che la tua vita rimanga un segreto perché è segreta ~ Philip K Dick
266:perasaan adalah perasaan, meski secuil, walau setitik hitam di tengah lapangan putih luas, dia bisa membuat seluruh tubuh jadi sakit, kehilangan selera makan, kehilangan semangat, hebat sekali benda bernama perasaan itu, dia bisa membuat harimu berubah cerah dalam sekejap padahal dunia sedang mendung, dan di kejap berikutnya mengubah harimu jadi buram padahal dunia sedang terang benderang ~ Tere Liye
267:So we must run back and forth between these two suns in our firmament—the presentiment of death and awareness of life—and avoid being transfixed by either of them. If we are lucky in this uncertain middle distance, we may form attachments and projects that enhance the sentiment of life. However, even as we try our luck, death comes to us, and brings our experiment to a end. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
268:The most rewarding possible thing that a songwriter or an artist of any kind can experience is to hear firsthand from the mouth of somebody else that they don't know the weight or gravity or intensity that something they've made has brought out in somebody else's life. It's simultaneously flattering and humbling. It makes me so thankful that I've been so lucky to be able to do this work. ~ Dan Mangan
269:Entra Tom. Va vestido como un marino mercante. Cruza hasta la escalera de incendios, donde se detiene y enciende un cigarrillo. Se dirige el público.   TOM: Es cierto, me reservo algunos trucos, me guardo algún as en la manga. Pero soy lo contrario de un mago de la escena. Él ofrece una ilusión con apariencia de verdad, yo os entregaré la verdad con el amable disfraz de la ilusión. ~ Tennessee Williams
270:The road back to reality, we suggest, begins by making two affirmations about nature: the uniqueness of the universe and the reality of time. These together have an immediate consequence which is the central hypothesis of our program: that the laws of nature evolve, and they do so through mechanisms that can be discovered and probed experimentally because they concern the past. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
271:The fact that you see salarymen reading manga and pornography on the trains and being unafraid, unashamed or anything, is something you wouldn’t have seen 30 years ago, with people who grew up under a different system of government. They would have been far too embarrassed to open a book of cartoons or dirty pictures on a train. But that’s what we have now in Japan. We are a country of children. ~ Hideaki Anno
272:Agama, sebaliknya tidak mengklaim untuk jadi petunjuk praktis pengubah dunia. Semangat agama yang paling dasar menimbang hidup sebagai yang masih terdiri dari misteri, memang ada orang agama yang seperti kaum Marxis, menyombong bahwa “segala hal sudah ada jawabnya pada kami”; tapi pernyataan itu menantang makna doa—dan mematikan ruh religius itu sendiri. Sebab dalam doa, kita tahu, kita hanya debu ~ Goenawan Mohamad
273:Truth is stranger than fiction," as the old saying goes. When I watch a documentary, I can't help crying and then I think to myself, "Fiction can't compete with this." But when I mentioned this to a veteran manga artist friend of mine he said that "fiction brings salvation to characters in stories that would otherwise have no salvation at all." His words strengthened the conviction of my manga spirit. ~ Hiromu Arakawa
274:Se não aparecerem mulheres, importam-se, que é em Portugal para tudo o recurso natural. Aqui importa-se tudo. Leis, ideias, filosofias, teorias, assuntos, estéticas, ciências, estilos, indústrias, modas, maneiras, pilhérias, tudo nos vem em caixotes pelo paquete. A civilização custa-nos caríssima, com os direitos de alfândega:e é tudo em segunda mão, não foi feita para nós, fica-nos curta nas mangas... ~ E a de Queir s
275:That is a goal, to step out on stage and to actually be present. Honestly alive and present. Although, it doesn't always happen. We're fallible, we're imperfect. That's what a lot of books are written about; that's what a lot of religions have sought after is that kind of zen mentality of just being totally neutral and open and vulnerable to all of the forces in the universe without being attached to them. ~ Dan Mangan
276:The combination of our mortality with our groundlessness imparts to human life its pressing and enigmatic character. We struggle to in our brief time in the midst of an impenetrable darkness. A small area is lighted up: our civilizations, our sciences, our loves. We prove unable to define the place of the lighted area within a larger space devoid of light, and must go to our deaths unenlightened. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
277:Penulis harus memiliki sopan santun. Dan sopan santun mereka harus dibentuk oleh sopan santun Islam. Hukum pers harus dirancang dengan sikap agamis dari nurani. Karena reformasi Islam telah menunjukkan bahwa yang mengatur hati nurani adalah semangat Islam, dengan cahaya di atas cahaya. Dan juga, kita telah memahami bahwa persatuan Islam mencakup semua tentara dan semua yang terlibat. (Said Nursi, Hal.354) ~ Habiburrahman El Shirazy
278:Truth is stranger than fiction," as the old saying goes. When I watch a documentary, I can't help crying and then I think to myself, "Fiction can't compete with this."

But when I mentioned this to a veteran manga artist friend of mine he said that "fiction brings salvation to characters in stories that would otherwise have no salvation at all."

His words strengthened the conviction of my manga spirit. ~ Hiromu Arakawa
279:Contemporary art and manga - what is the same about them? Nothing, right? The manga industry has a lot of talented people, but contemporary art works on more of a solitary model. No one embarks on collaboration in contemporary art in order to make money. But in the manga world, everyone is invested in collaboration. The most important point is that the manga industry constantly encourages new creations and creators. ~ Takashi Murakami
280:Enfim, exclamou o Ega, se não aparecerem mulheres, importam-se, que é em Portugal para tudo o recurso natural. Aqui importa-se tudo. Leis, ideias, filosofias, teorias, assuntos, estéticas, ciências, estilo, indústrias, modas, maneiras, pilhérias, tudo nos vem em caixotes pelo paquete. A civilização custa-nos caríssima com os direitos da alfândega: e é em segunda mão, não foi feita para nós, fica-nos curta nas mangas... ~ E a de Queir s
281:Naturalmente, il mappamondo corrisponde alla Terra più di quanto facciano le carte raccolte nell'atlante: nelle camerette dei ragazzini, inoltre, crea un'atmosfera piena di nostalgia dei paesi lontani. La sua sfericità, però, è tanto geniale quanto critica. La forma sospesa della Terra non ha margini, non conosce un sopra e un sotto, non ha un inizio né una fine e fa sì che un lato del globo rimanga sempre nascosto. ~ Judith Schalansky
282:Zarea e ca si viitorul! In fata sufletului nostru sta un tot urias si nelamurit in care simtirea noastra se pierde ca si privirea, iar noi dorim plini de ardoare sa ne lasam cuprinsi cu voluptate de un unic, mare si splendid sentiment. Si cand alergam intr-acolo, cand acolo devine aici, totul e la fel ca mai inainte si ne simtim saraci si marginiti, si sufletul nostru tanjeste dupa mangaierea care a pierit. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
283:Lard-type breeds, such as the Mangalista, Guinea Hog, and Large Black, tend to have compact bodies and a high proportion of fat; bacon-type pigs, such as the Yorkshire and Tamworth, are long bodied and low fat. Intermediate breeds, such as the Chester White, Hampshire, and Large White, are sometimes referred to as “meat-type” because they are now used primarily for hams, loins, and such, but they were originally more all-purpose. ~ Anonymous
284:Difficile è credere in una cosa quando si è soli, e non se ne può parlare con alcuno. Proprio in quel tempo Drogo si accorse come gli uomini, per quanto possano volersi bene, rimangano sempre lontani; che se uno soffre, il dolore è completamente suo, nessun altro può prenderne su di sé una minima parte; che se uno soffre, gli altri per questo non sentono male, anche se l'amore è grande, e questo provoca la solitudine della vita. ~ Dino Buzzati
285:Madagascar had been a monkey-free refuge for the lemurs off the coast of mainland Africa, and now Nosy Mangabé had to be a monkey-free refuge off the coast of mainland Madagascar. The refuges were getting smaller and smaller, and the monkeys were already here on this one, sitting making notes about it. “The difference,” said Mark, “is that the first monkey-free refuge was set up by chance. The second was actually set up by the monkeys. ~ Douglas Adams
286:Hindi ako naniniwalang kailangan ng tao mangarap dahil gusto n’ya ng pera, o gusto n’yang sumikat, o gusto n’ya ng impluwensya. Side effects na lang ang mga ‘to, sa tingin ko. Nangangarap ang tao dahil binigyan s’ya ng Diyos ng kakayanang mangarap at tumupad nito. Tungkulin n’yang pagbutihin ang pagkatao n’ya at mag-ambag ng tulong sa mundo. At wala na s’yang iba pang magagawang mas malaking kasalanan sa sarili bukod sa talikuran ang tungkuling yon… ~ Bob Ong
287:In such a view, time is not emergent. It is, in fact, the only aspect of reality that cannot emerge from a more fundamental background. We register its reality, always and everywhere, by recognizing the differential character of change: some things change relative to other things. However, the kinds of things that there are also change, and so do the ways in which they change. That is what time is: the transformation of transformation. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
288:A poco a poco la fiducia si affievoliva. Difficile è credere in una cosa quando si è soli, e non se ne può parlare con alcuno. Proprio in quel tempo Drogo si accorse come gli uomini, per quanto possano volersi bene, rimangano sempre lontani; che se uno soffre, il dolore è completamente suo, nessun altro può prenderne su di sé una minima parte; che se uno soffre, gli altri per questo non sentono male, anche se l'amore è grande, e questo provoca la solitudine della vita. ~ Dino Buzzati
289:To understand your country you must love it. To love it you must, in a sense, accept it. To accept it as it is, however, is to betray it. To accept your country without betraying it, you must love it for that in which it shows what it might become. America - this monument to the genius of ordinary men and women, this place where hope becomes capacity, this long, halting turn of the no into the yes - needs citizens who love it enough to reimagine and remake it. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
290:In the last four days I have got the spectrum given by Tantalum, Chromium, Manganese, Iron, Nickel, Cobalt, and Copper and part of the Silver spectrum. The chief result is that all the elements give the same kind of spectrum, the result for any metal being quite easy to guess from the results for the others. This shows that the insides of all the atoms are very much alike, and from these results it will be possible to find out something of what the insides are made up of. ~ Henry Moseley
291:It was the colors that had initially attracted her, the vibrant blue of the Bunsen flame and the dusty red of copper and the deep violet of permanganate. It was the logic of balanced equations, the certainty that when element A mixed with element B, compound C would appear. It was like predicting the future; it was like magic. Most of all, it was being: of having to be so careful with the hydrochloric acid, of accidentally burning herself while lighting a match, of discovering. ~ Amy Zhang
292:Duta Besar, betapa senangnya bertemu dengan Anda! Para pelarian? Upeti? Semuanya dalam kondisi baik. Kita akan berbincang setelah makan malam. Mari kami tunjukkan ruangan Anda. Ya, karpetnya dan sutranya bagus, bukan―ini yang terbaik. Segelas anggur, mungkin? Anda suka gelasnya? Ini semua milik Anda. Oh, dan setelah makan malam, para gadis menari. Anda sudah melakukan perjalanan panjang. Gadis-gadis ini khusus dipilihkan untuk mengembalikan semangat para pejuang besar seperti Anda. ~ John Man
293:You always have to appeal to your audience. You always have to consider how well your project will do in terms of admissions. I abandoned many stories because of that. But I don't get too down about it. It's something I accepted from the time I decided to work in films. I could always do something else if I got sick of it, like draw manga, or make my own films. I found it pointless sitting in my house not working, though I'd like to go on extended vacations from time to time. ~ Hayao Miyazaki
294:Sai invece quando ho veramente provato una stretta al cuore? Quando hai descritto te stessa per eliminare qualsiasi dubbio e, chissà perché, ti sei riassunta in una sola frase, oltretutto tra parentesi ("piuttosto alta, capelli lunghi, ricci e ribelli, occhiali...").
Se è davvero così, se ti senti tra parentesi, permettimi allora di infilarmici dentro, e che tutto il mondo ne rimanga fuori, che sia solo l'esponente al di fuori della parentesi e ci moltiplichi al suo interno. ~ David Grossman
295:It was tragic to be a burn victim—oil, acid, dowry disputes, cruel in-laws, all that—though what was expected next was a humble, pained exit, feminine in its sorrow, in its sense of proportion. In other words, what was expected was invisibility. For the woman to disappear. But Poornima refused, or rather, she never even considered it. She walked down the street, she held her head high, she wore no mangalsutra, she had no male escort, she was iron in her purpose, imperial in her poise. ~ Shobha Rao
296:Ho sempre invidiato le persone che prendono sonno all'istante. Devono avere la testa più ordinata, le pareti del cranio ben pulite, tutti i mostriciattoli chiusi in un baule ai piedi del letto. Io ho sempre sofferto d'insonnia e continuerò a farlo fino all'ultimo giorno della mia vita. Nel frattempo sprecherò ore e ore a evocare il sonno, a sperare che un manganello mi colpisca in testa, non troppo forte, non abbastanza da farmi male, giusto un colpetto secco che mi sistemi per la notte. ~ David Benioff
297:These are the three main diseases of this country, sir: typhoid, cholera, and election fever. This last one is the worst; it makes people talk and talk about things that they have no say in ... Would they do it this time? Would they beat the Great Socialist and win the elections? Had they raised enough money of their own, and bribed enough policemen, and bought enough fingerprints of their own, to win? Like eunuchs discussing the Kama Sutra, the voters discuss the elections in Laxmangarh. ~ Aravind Adiga
298:You’re shy,” Skylar whispered, nuzzling his ear. Reading his mind.
Xander swallowed. “Sorry.”
“Don’t apologize.” Skylar laced their fingers together, drew Xander in close enough that there would be no hiding the evidence of Xander’s arousal. And Skylar’s lack thereof. “I find your shyness very attractive.”
“Oh,” Xander said, because he didn’t know what else to say.
“I want to date you, Xander. I want to help you with your project, and sit for your paintings, and write a manga with you, and I want to date you ~ Heidi Cullinan
299:In that sense, “otaku” referred to a sudden, spontaneous, and, to most Japanese, inexplicable eruption of extreme obsessiveness among the country’s youth. One day, Japanese in their teens and twenties were normal, well-adjusted young people. The next day, or so it seemed, they were hopeless geeks who had forsaken all social skills in favor of a deep dive into—whatever. Manga (comics). Anime. Super-hard-core deviant anime porn in which tender young schoolgirls are violated by multi-tentacled octopi. Trains. It could be anything really. ~ Frank Rose
300:Mangal draws me aside and tells me that Puraji's doctor took a full day looking for the shrubs and herbs for the treatment. Wherefore the relief, i ask myself. Nothing has changed. If anything, the price is twenty four hours closer to death. I am about to leave when the doctor calls out to me. ' You'll wait outside till i have finished my examination.' It's a long, long time since anyone has spoken to me without my honorific. I am upset at his lack of mannerisms and grateful. If i am ordered around, someone else must be in charge. ~ Kiran Nagarkar
301:When you put a halo on concepts - gender roles, religion, nationality or pride - or you put a halo on any topic - anything that you hold dear like the relationship between a father and son or a mother and daughter, what it means to be married or what it means to be single or what it means to be a free spirit or what it means to be an artist - if you just put a halo on something and say it's untouchable - "that is special and that is perfect" - you immediately close your eyes to the truth of it, because the truth is that nothing is perfect. ~ Dan Mangan
302:These people were building homes for the rich, but they lived in tents covered with blue tarpaulin sheets, and partitioned into lanes by lines of sewage. It was even worse than Laxmangarh. I picked my way around broken glass, wire, and shattered tube lights. The stench of feces was replaced by the stronger stench of industrial sewage. The slum ended in an open sewer - a small river of black water went sluggishly past me, bubbles sparkling in it and little circles spreading on its surface. Two children were splashing about in the black water. ~ Aravind Adiga
303:Perhaps we painted on our own skin, with ochre and charcoal, long before we painted on stone. In any case, forty thousand years ago, we left painted handprints on the cave walls of Lascaux, Ardennes, Chauvet.
The black pigment used to paint the animals at Lascaux was made of manganese dioxide and ground quartz; and almost half the mixture was calcium phosphate. Calcium phosphate is produced by heating bone four hundred degrees Celsius, then grinding it.
We made our paints from bones of the animals we painted.
No image forgets this origin. ~ Anne Michaels
304:Do you like manga?" she asked after a minute. "Anime?" "Anime's cool. I'm not really into it, but 1 like Japanese movies, animated or not." "Well, I'm into it. I watch the shows, read the books, chat on the boards, and all that. But this girl I know, she's completely into it. She spends most of her allowance on the books and DVDs. She can recite dialogue from them." She caught my gaze. "So would you say she belongs here?" "No. Most kids are that way about something, right? With me, it's movies. Like knowing who directed a sci-fi movie made before I was born. ~ Kelley Armstrong
305:Uma noite, cedo, fui experimentar se o céu escutara tão valiosas preces. Cheguei à porta da Adélia; e bati, tremendo todo, uma argoladinha humilde. O Senhor Adelino assomou à janela, em mangas de camisa.
- Sou eu, Senhor Adelino - murmurei abjetamente e tirando o chapéu. - Queria falar à Adeliazinha.
Ele rosnou para dentro, para a alcova, o meu nome. Creio mesmo que disse o carola. E lá do fundo, dentre os cortinados, onde eu a pressentia toda desalinhada e formosa, a minha Adélia gritou com furor:
- Atira-lhe para cima dos lombos o balde da água suja!
Fugi. ~ E a de Queir s
306:I climb into the incredible sadness of silence. Wrap its slowness around my shoulders, conceal its shame within the folds of my sari. Make it a vow, as if my life hinged upon it, as if I was not a wife in Mangalore but a nun elsewhere, cloistered and clinging to her silence to make sense of the world.
To stay silent it to censor all conversation. To stay silent is to erase individuality. To stay silent is an act of self-flagellation because this is when the words visit me, flooding me with their presence, kissing my lips, refusing to dislodge themselves from my tongue. ~ Meena Kandasamy
307:From the will of a freedom-fighter, Farzad Kamangar:
"Is it possible to be a teacher and not show the path to the sea to the little fish of the country?
Is it possible to carry the heavy burden of being a teacher and be responsible for spreading the seeds of knowledge and still be silent? Is it possible to see the lumps in the throats of the students and witness their thin and malnourished faces and keep quiet? …
I cannot imagine witnessing the pain and poverty of the people of this land and fail to give our hearts to the river and the sea, to the roar and the flood. ~ Samad Behrangi
308:The wallpaper with which the men of science have covered the world of reality is falling to tatters. The grand whorehouse which they have made of life requires no decoration. It is essential only that the drains function adequately. Beauty, that feline beauty which has us by the balls in America is finished. To fathom a new reality, it is first necessary to dismantle the drains. To lay open the gangrened ducts which compose the genitourinary system that supplies the excreta of art. The odor of the day is permanganate and formaldehyde. The drains are clogged with strangled embryos. ~ Henry Miller
309:Do you like manga?" she asked after a minute. "Anime?"
"Anime's cool. I'm not really into it, but 1 like Japanese movies,
animated or not."
"Well, I'm into it. I watch the shows, read the books, chat on the boards, and all that. But this girl I know, she's
completely into it. She spends most of her allowance on the books and DVDs. She can recite dialogue from
them." She caught my gaze. "So would you say she belongs here?"
"No. Most kids are that way about something, right? With me, it's
movies. Like knowing who directed a sci-fi movie made before I was born. ~ Kelley Armstrong
Tidak dapat menguatkan yang lemah dengan melemahkan yang kuat
Tidak dapat membantu orang-orang kecil dengan mencabik orang besar
Tidak dapat menolong orang miskin dengan menghancurkan orang kaya
Tidak dapat mengangkat penerima upah dengan menekan pembayar upah
Tidak dapat terhindar dari masalah dengan menghasilkan penghasilan lebih besar
Tidak dapat memajukan rasa persaudaraan dengan mendorong kebencian antar ras
Tidak dapat menciptakan keamanan di atas uang pinjaman
Tidak dapat membangun karakter dan semangat dengan merampas inisiatif dan kemerdekaan. ~ Abraham Lincoln
311:Smettila di tormentarti tanto. Ogni cosa segue comunque il suo corso, e per quanto uno possa fare del suo meglio, a volte è impossibile evitare che qualcuno rimanga ferito. È la vita. Faccio un po' il grillo parlante ma è ora che tu cominci a imparare certi meccanismi della vita. A volte tu ti sforzi troppo di adattare la vita ai tuoi meccanismi. Se non vuoi finire anche tu in una clinica psichiatrica cerca di essere un po' più aperto e di abbandonarti di più alla vita così come viene. Anche una donna debole e imperfetta come me ogni tanto arriva a rendersi conto di quanto meravigliosa sia la vita. ~ Haruki Murakami
312:This particular manga was about a group of mages who were part of a guild. They took jobs and fought various bad guys. The main character, a young woman with blond hair and boobs the size of Camellia’s, could summon spirits with keys that opened the gates to another dimension. “Fire Dragon’s Iron Fist, huh?” Kevin looked at the image depicting a pink-haired mage smashing a fire-covered fist into an enemy’s face. “That’s such a cool name. I wish I could come up with a name like that, but I don’t have any super cool powers that would be worthy of such a name.” He sighed. “What I wouldn’t give for the ability to use magic. ~ Brandon Varnell
313:Sì, scrivere un libro all'anno è decisamente fattibile: basta buttare giù cinquecento parole al giorno (meno di un quarto di questa rubrica) all'incirca per otto mesi. Ma così rimangano soltanto quattro mesi per andare in vacanza, guardare i Mondiali, cazzeggiare su Internet, fare il giudice di premi letterari in località esotiche, eccetera eccetera. E allora gli scrittori si danno una tabella di marcia molto più comoda, un libro ogni due o tre anni, e intanto riescono a far credere agli editori che il libro gli ribollisca dentro allegramente e che un qualsiasi tentativo di forzare il ritmo possa portare all'evaporazione completa. ~ Nick Hornby
314:«Me merezco lo que viene. He mentido, hecho trampa, engañado. He hecho daño a gente inocente. He cometido más errores de los que puedo recordar. De una forma u otra, he estado pagando por ellos la mayor parte de mi existencia». Su boca se curvó brevemente, una sonrisa irónica. «Pero estoy seguro de que los arcángeles tienen un par ases bajo la manga». Su sonrisa se desvaneció y me dirigió una mirada llena de honestidad. «Estar contigo nunca se sintió mal. Es la única cosa que hice bien. Tú eres lo único que hice bien. No me importan los arcángeles. Dime lo que quieres que haga. Di las palabras. Haré lo que quieras. Nos podemos ir ahora«. ~ Becca Fitzpatrick
315:He faces the burdens of belittlement a third time as he grows older, and settles into an existence that he has embraced, or that has been forced upon him. A carapace of routine, of compromise, of silent surrenders, of half-term solutions, and of diminished consciousness begins to form around him. He turns himself over to the rigidified version of the self: the character. He begins to die small deaths, many times over. He fails to die only once, which is what he would desire if he were able fully to recognize the value of life. This third encounter with belittlement reveals belittlement for what it in fact is: death by installments. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
316:Our dominant idea about the mind fail to recognise the conflict between the two sides of the mind — the mind as machine and the mind as anti-machine, delighting in its powers of combination and transgression. They fail as well to appreciate the extend to which the relative presence of these two sides of the mind is influenced by the organisation of society and of the culture, with the result that the history of politics is internal to the history of the mind. In these as in many other respects, our beliefs about ourselves resist acknowledging the relation between our context-shaped and our context-transcending identities and powers. ~ Roberto Mangabeira Unger
317:Las lágrimas claras y las rojas corrieron juntas hasta que tuvo desgarrado todo el rostro, aquel rostro que Ned había amado. Catelyn Stark alzó las manos y vio cómo la sangre le corría por los largos dedos, por las muñecas, bajo las mangas del vestido. Eran lentos gusanos rojos que le reptaban por los brazos bajo la ropa. «Qué cosquillas.» Aquello la hizo reír hasta que empezó a gritar. —Se ha vuelto loca —dijo un hombre—. Ha perdido la cabeza. —Acabemos con esto —dijo alguien más. Una mano la agarró por el cabello como había hecho ella con Cascabel. «No, no me cortéis el pelo —pensó—, a Ned le gusta mucho mi pelo.» Luego sintió el acero en la garganta, y su mordisco fue rojo y frío. ~ Anonymous
318:STEPHEN, STEPHEN, STEPHEN!’ Jack’s voice came along the corridor, growing louder and ending in a roar as he thrust his head into the room. ‘Oh, there you are. I was afraid you had gone off to your stoats again. The carrier has brought you an ape.’ ‘What sort of an ape?’ asked Stephen. ‘A damned ill-conditioned sort of an ape. It had a can of ale at every pot-house on the road, and it is reeling drunk. It has been offering itself to Babbington.’ ‘Then it is Dr Lloyd’s lewd mangabey. He believes it to be suffering from the furor uterinus, and we are to open it together when I return.’ Jack looked at his watch. ‘What do you say to a hand of cards before we go?’ ‘With all my heart. ~ Patrick O Brian
319:Just so you know, Araragi-kun, I hate romantic comedies where it is obvious the two will get together at the end but lukewarm developments keep them at an in-between more-than-friends-less-than-lovers state chapter after chapter just to keep the story going.”

“...I see.”

“Incidentally, I also hate sports manga where each match takes an entire year and yet you know they are going to win in the end. I also hate battle manga where it is clear they will defeat the final boss and bring peace to the world, but the battles with weaker enemies go on forever.”

“I think you just covered every shounen manga and shoujo manga in existence.”

- Senjougahara Hitagi & Araragi Koyomi ~ NisiOisiN

O hastalandı.
beyaz yastıkta başı
bakır bir mangal gibi yandı.
O hastalandı.
Bu şiiri yazan şairin arkadaşı
fertlere methiye değil
sınıfımıza destan yazalım diyen şair
o hastaya bu şiiri yazmak için
beynin yarım saat sa'yini verebilir miydi?
Emin olun ki günahsızım.
Evet bir ferde on mısra söyledi ağzım
beynim iş saatinden çalmadı bunu.
o tornadan yeni çıkmış çelik çocuk gibi sosyalistin
bakır bir mangal gibi yandığını gören gözlerim
mavi bir alevle kapandılar dün gece
ve bu sabah
bu mısraları karyolamın demirine yazılı buldum. ~ N z m Hikmet Ran
321:What Kinds of Circumstances Called for Courage in Paton’s Life? He had courage to overcome the criticism he received from respected elders for going to the New Hebrides. A Mr. Dickson exploded, “The cannibals! You will be eaten by cannibals!” The memory of Williams and Harris on Erromanga was only 19 years old. But to this Paton responded: Mr. Dickson, you are advanced in years now, and your own prospect is soon to be laid in the grave, there to be eaten by worms; I confess to you, that if I can but live and die serving and honoring the Lord Jesus, it will make no difference to me whether I am eaten by Cannibals or by worms; and in the Great Day my Resurrection body will rise as fair as yours in the likeness of our risen Redeemer (56). ~ Anonymous
322:A black boy brought Wilson's gin and he sipped it very slowly because he had nothing else to do except to return to his hot and squalid room and read a novel - or a poem. Wilson liked poetry, but he absorbed it secretly, like a drug. The Golden Treasury accompanied him wherever he went, but it was taken at night in small doses - a finger of Longfellow, Macaulay, Mangan: 'Go on to tell how, with genius wasted, Betrayed in friendship, befooled in love...' His taste was romantic. For public exhibition he has his Wallace. He wanted passionately to be indistinguishable on the surface from other men: he wore his moustache like a club tie - it was his highest common factor, but his eyes betrayed him - brown dog's eyes, a setter's eyes, pointing mournfully towards Bond Street. ~ Graham Greene
323:Para ilmuwan sosial memperkirakan bahwa sekitar 70 persen dari kebahagiaan kita berasal dari hubungan kita, baik secara kuantitas, dengan teman, keluarga, rekan kerja, dan tetangga. Selama masa-masa sulit dalam kehidupan, semangat persahabatan mengurangi penderitaan kita; selama masa-masa baik, semangat tersebut meningkatkan kebahagiaan kita.

Dengan demikian, sumber terbesar kebahagiaan kita adalah orang lain--dan apa yang dilakukan oleh uang? Uang mengisolasi kita dari orang lain. Dengan uang, kita dapat membangun dinding, secara harfiah dan kiasan, di sekitar diri kita. Kita pindah dari asrama mahasiswa yang padat ke apartemen, lalu ke rumah dan jika kita benar-benar makmur ke rumah mewah. Kita mengira kita mengalami kemajuan, tetapi sebenarnya kita membatasi diri kita sendiri dengan dinding. ~ Eric Weiner
324:I remembered the taste of good Italian coffee in my London flat, brewed at the expense of time and a good deal of mess, compared to the sort that came out of machines in the office at the press of a button. I remembered walking to art school, through the windy winter, over hills and heaths: how much gladder I was to reach the rich warmth and to toast my hands on a radiator, than if I had gone by car. I remembered the nickels my father gave me as a child for being good: how much more I valued them than I would a dollar bill given all at once for no reason. Of course God as the ultimate parent could give happiness for the asking, just as my father could have given a handful of dollar bills, but at the age of five would I have known its value, or would it have looked to me just like a wad of grubby green paper? ~ Sumangali Morhall
325:In August 2008, physicists Jere Jenkins and Ephraim Fischbach, of Purdue University, burst on the scene with an incredible claim. Decay constants are not so constant! Through detailed analysis, they found that the decay rate of radioactive manganese-54 (54Mn) fluctuates in correlation with solar flares (Jenkins and Fischbach 2008). And that was not all. It was also found that the decay rates of radioactive silicon-32 (32Si) and radioactive radium-226 (226Ra) vary over time and that the variations correlate with the changing distance between the Earth and the Sun (Jenkins et al. 2008). When the Earth is closest to the Sun (in January), the decay rate increases; when the Earth is farthest from the Sun (in July), the decay rate decreases. These are incredible, absolutely astounding results with profound ramifications. ~ Robert M Schoch
326:When Peter comes to pick me up, I run outside and open the passenger-side door and scream when I see him. His hair is blond!
“Oh my God!” I shriek, touching his hair. “Did you bleach it?”
He grins a self-satisfied kind of grin. “It’s spray. My mom found it for me. I can use it again when we do Romeo and Juliet for Halloween.” He’s eyeing me in my getup. “I like those shoes. You look sexy.”
I can feel my cheeks warm up. “Be quiet.”
As he backs out of my driveway, he glances at me again and says, “It’s the truth, though.”
I give him a shove. “All I’m saying is, people better know who I am.”
“I’ve got you covered,” he assures me.
And he does. When we walk down the senior hallway, Peter cues up the Pixies’ “Where Is My Mind?” on his phone, loud, and people actually clap for us. Not one person asks if I’m a manga character. ~ Jenny Han
327:They Buy With An Eye To Looks
THE FINE cloth of your love might be a fabric of Egypt,
Something Sinbad, the sailor, took away from robbers,
Something a traveler with plenty of money might pick up
And bring home and stick on the walls and say:
'There's a little thing made a hit with me
When I was in Cairo-I think I must see Cairo again some day.'
So there are cornice manufacturers, chewing gum kings,
Young Napoleons who corner eggs or corner cheese,
Phenoms looking for more worlds to corner,
And still other phenoms who lard themselves in
And make a killing in steel, copper, permanganese,
And they say to random friends in for a call:
'Have you had a look at my wife? Here she is.
Haven't I got her dolled up for fair?'
O-ee! the fine cloth of your love might be a fabric of Egypt.
~ Carl Sandburg
328:Sembilan itu adalah angka yang baik untuk melambangkan betapa bernilai & berharganya sesuatu yaitu Diri Kita. Angka itu berada di atas rata-rata, tetapi masih menyisahkan ruang untuk terus mendekati Kesempurnaan. Angka 9 masih akan terus mencari perbaikan diri untuk mencapai 10. Itu yang akan membuatnya terus bergerak, melakukan hal yang lebih dari waktu ke waktu… 9 memiliki bagian atas yang yang membentuk lingkaran dan itu adalah ruang pribadi bagi setiap orang. Seperti sebuah tempat untuk menyimpan keyakinan yang tidak akan terganggu. Sementara buntut di bawahnya adalah ruang terbuka, tempat orang bisa terus mengasah dirinya untuk menerima wawasan dan pengetahuan baru, serta akhirnya membuat dirinya terus menerus termotivasi untuk bisa lebih baik lagi. Dan 9 adalah Nilai buat seseorang yang terus membawa impiannya dengan semangat Matahari… ~ Adenita
329:Kamangar sometimes thought the team was in way over its head. He couldn’t believe the way Brin and Page would behave. They would go into VC meetings and refuse to answer questions. Even a basic query such as how much traffic was on the site would be stonewalled. What’s more, says Kamangar, “Larry and Sergey didn’t have the language to say things nicely. They’d be kind of blunt and say, ‘We can’t tell you.’ And the VCs would get very frustrated.” One VC actually stormed out of the room. Salar would go to Page and Brin and say, “Did we really want to do that? These are major figures in the Valley, and they seem really pissed off at us. Isn’t this bad?” But Larry and Sergey had complete confidence. They’d tell Salar that the VCs didn’t need to know the figures unless they were going to commit the money. Page was working the “hiding strategy” even before he had something to hide. ~ Steven Levy
330:Kesamaran yang jelas terdapat berkaitan perhubungan yaqin dan zann pada tahap ilmu manusia, walaupun jika ia berdasarkan sumber Ilahi, sepatutnya dilayani dan dihargai sebagai satu keresahan positif. Di sebelah pihak iaitu, pihak yang berkeyakinan, menekankan kemungkinan keputusan-keputusan yang dibuat oleh manusia dan mengelakkan keraguan yang tekal dan buruk padahnya amatlah penting. Pada pihak yang lain pula, aspek keraguan akan keresahan itu mesti sentiasa diingati demi mencegah kefanatikan dan kesombongan yang melampau sama ada berbentuk teologis, saintifik atau sejarah, yang telah mengakibatkan banyak penderitaan manusia, di samping menggalakkan penyelidikan lanjut dalam semangat ijtihad dan shura. Sikap ini akan menggalakkan kerjasama dan akan memajukan perkembangan sains, kemanusiaan dan tamadun bukan sahaja di kalangan orang Islam, tetapi seluruh kemanusiaan. ~ Wan Mohd Nor Wan Daud
331:I came home to find three rocks on my desk and a card with a penguin on the front. Seeing it was from Greg, I did a little happy dance as I bounced into my room, reading his inscription.

Dearest Fiona,

I’m missing you dreadfully. It’s been an age, I don’t think you’ll recognize me when next we meet. I’ve put on ten stone and lost all my hair. And an eye. I hope you fancy a fat bald man with an eye patch.

Come out with me on Friday. Finals will finally be over and it’ll be time to celebrate. I’ll pick you up at four. We’ll do a first date do-over, eat at Manganiello’s again, plus a new, improved surprise.

Also, FYI: Gentoo penguins mate for life. Whereas Adélie penguins prostitute themselves for rocks.

I’d like to be your Gentoo penguin.


P.S. Unless you’re open to a rock arrangement. If so, please find my first down payment enclosed. ~ Penny Reid
332:Several dozen of the non-English Wikipedias have, each, one article on Pokémon, the trading-card game, manga series, and media franchise. The English Wikipedia began with one article and then a jungle grew. There is a page for “Pokémon (disambiguation),” needed, among other reasons, in case anyone is looking for the Zbtb7 oncogene, which was called Pokemon (for POK erythroid myeloid ontogenic factor), until Nintendo’s trademark lawyers threatened to sue. There are at least five major articles about the popular-culture Pokémons, and these spawn secondary and side articles, about the Pokémon regions, items, television episodes, game tactics, and all 493 creatures, heroes, protagonists, rivals, companions, and clones, from Bulbasaur to Arceus. All are carefully researched and edited for accuracy, to ensure that they are reliable and true to the Pokémon universe, which does not actually, in some senses of the word, exist. ~ James Gleick
333:Personally, I was never more passionate about manga than when preparing for my college entrance exams. It's a period of life when young people appear to have a great deal of freedom, but are in many ways actually opressed. Just when they find themselves powerfully attracted to members of opposite sex, they have to really crack the books. To escape from this depressing situation, they often find themselves wishing they could live in a world of their own - a world they can say is truly theirs, a world unknown even to their parents. To young people, anime is something they incorporate into this private world.
I often refer to this feeling as one yearning for a lost world. It's a sense that although you may currently be living in a world of constraints, if you were free from those constraints, you would be able to do all sorts of things. And it's that feeling, I believe, that makes mid-teens so passionate about anime. ~ Hayao Miyazaki
334:And, well, for most of my life I’d been way too far up my own ass to be of any use to anyone—something that only got worse after Kitchen Confidential. I don’t know exactly when the possibility of that changing presented itself—but sometime, I guess, after having made every mistake, having already fucked up in every way a man can fuck up, having realized that I’d had enough cocaine, that no amount in the world was going to make me any happier. That a naked, oiled supermodel was not going to make everything better in my life—nor any sports car known to man. It was sometime after that. The precise moment of realization came in my tiny fourth-floor walk-up apartment on Ninth Avenue. Above Manganaro’s Heroboy restaurant—next building over from Esposito Pork Shop. I was lying in bed with my then-girlfriend—I guess you could diplomatically call it “spooning”—and I caught myself thinking, “I could make a baby with this woman. ~ Anthony Bourdain
335:Dar sunt zile cand nu imi raspunde. Cum e atat de tanara, atat de frematanda, atat de atragatoare, atat de insetata de iubire si de mangaieri, isi primeste amantii in corpul meu si cateodata ramane inchisa acolo (cu amantii ei) zile si nopti, zile si nopti intregi. Iar eu o simt cum face dragoste cu amantii ei in corpul meu cald si stiu ca nu prea am dreptul sa o deranjez in acele clipe... Si, in plus, trebuie sa-mi inchid ochii, nu mai am dreptul de a-mi intoarce privirea spre mine insumi, orice privire introspectiva devine o forma de voaiorism pe care o consider nedemna, astfel ca incerc sa astept plecarea amantilor ei pentru a o putea aborda din noi si a-i spune
Dar ea, care a inceput sa ma tutuiasca, pentru ca acum nu ii mai este frica de nimic, imi spune (....)
E o nebunie dar felul ei de a ma tutui ma face sa ma topesc, toata hotararea mea se evapora, cand ma tutuieste viata mea personala se opreste, ma consider chiar fericit ca nu sunt doar un corp gol. ~ Matei Vi niec
336:Stalin’s appeasement of Hitler had continued with a large increase in deliveries to Germany of grain, fuel, cotton, metals and rubber purchased in south-east Asia, circumventing the British blockade. During the period of the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact, the Soviet Union had provided 26,000 tons of chromium, used in metal alloys, 140,000 tons of manganese and more than two millions tons of oil to the Reich. Despite having received well over eighty clear indications of a German invasion–indeed probably more than a hundred–Stalin seemed more concerned with ‘the security problem along our north-west frontier’, which meant the Baltic states. On the night of 14 June, a week before the German invasion, 60,000 Estonians, 34,000 Latvians and 38,000 Lithuanians were forced on to cattle trucks for deportation to camps in the distant interior of the Soviet Union. Stalin remained unconvinced even when, during the last week before the invasion, German ships rapidly left Soviet ports and embassy staff were evacuated. ~ Antony Beevor
337:Leo Rubinfein over to ask questions for his book. He asked me what I most regretted, having lived half a century here, and witnessed all the change. I said that I most regretted the loss of a kind of symbiosis between people and where they lived, a kind of agreement to respect each other. I again mention the paradigm—the builders make a hole in their wall to accommodate the limb of a tree. No more now. It is more expensive to make a hole than it is to cut down the tree, just as it is cheaper to raze than to restore. And since the environment is now so different, the people are different. This is symbiotic, too, degraded environment makes degraded people who make more degraded environment.

And with it I regret the loss of a kind of curiosity. People used to be curious about each other. Now they have their hands full with their convenient and portable environment—Walkman in the ears, manga for the eyes, and the portable phone (which now contains their lives) in the palm of their hands. Many Japanese no longer look at each other, or those they talk to—those on that select menu of known voices on their phones they cannot see. These robots, I regret. ~ Donald Richie
338:É só na cama que a Faunia é esperta de verdade, Nathan. Uma esperteza física espontânea assume o papel principal na cama — e o coadjuvante é uma coragem transgressora. Na cama, nada escapa da atenção da Faunia. A carne dela tem olhos. A carne dela vê tudo. Na cama ela é um ser poderoso, coerente, unificado, que tem prazer em ultrapassar as barreiras. Na cama ela é um verdadeiro fenômeno. Talvez isso também seja o lado bom de ter sido molestada. Quando a gente desce pra cozinha, quando eu preparo uns ovos mexidos e depois comemos juntos, ela é uma criança. Talvez isso também seja o lado bom de ter sido molestada. Eu vejo que estou acompanhado de uma criança apatetada, confusa, incoerente. Isso não acontece em nenhum outro lugar. Mas sempre que a gente come é a mesma coisa: eu e uma criança. É tudo o que resta da criança que ela foi. Não consegue sentar direito na cadeira, não consegue juntar duas frases que façam sentido. Toda aquela atitude aparentemente adulta em relação ao sexo e à tragédia, tudo isso desaparece, e sinto vontade de dizer: 'Senta direito, tira a manga do meu roupão de dentro do seu prato, tenta escutar o que eu estou dizendo e olha pra mim, porra, quando você fala. ~ Philip Roth
339:The yolk of an egg is incredibly nutritious. It contains 100 percent of the carotenoids; essential fatty acids; fat-soluble vitamins A, E, D, and K that our body requires; and more than 90 percent of the calcium, iron, phosphorus, zinc, thiamine, folate, B12, pantothenic acid, as well as the majority of the copper, manganese, and selenium our body requires. They are also excellent sources of lutein and zeaxanthin, which evidence has shown are highly protective against developing macular degeneration—the major cause of blindness in the elderly. Since most people don’t eat liver, egg yolks are the only major source of choline, which helps to protect against fatty liver disease, which afflicts about one-third of Americans. Additionally, animal studies indicate that when you get three times more than the recommended amount of choline early in life, you can have lifelong protection against senility and dementia, along with major boosts in memory and mental performance throughout your life. Eggs yolks are primarily feared by people because of their cholesterol content, but they are jam-packed with really important nutrients, some of which are very difficult to get anywhere else in your diet.” –Dr. Chris Masterjohn ~ Jimmy Moore
340:Je suis ce que je suis.” – Death
“Is that a spell?” – Nick
“It’s French, Nick. Means ‘I am what I am.’ Sheez, kid. Get educated. Read a book. I promise you it’s not painful.” – Death
“I would definitely argue that. Have you seen my summer reading list? It’s nothing but girl books about them getting body parts and girl things I don’t want to discuss in class with my female English teacher. Maybe in the boys’ locker room and maybe with a coach, but not with a woman teacher in front of other girls who already won’t go out with me. Or worse, they’re about how bad all of us men reek and how we need to be taken out and shot ‘cause we’re an affront to all social and natural orders. Again – thanks, Teach. Give the girls even more reason to kick us down when we talk to one. Not like it’s not hard enough to get up the nerve to ask one out. Can you say inappropriate content? And then they tell me my manga’s bad. Riiight…Is it too much to ask that we have one book, just one, on the required reading list that says, ‘Hey, girls. Guys are fun and we’re okay. Really. We’re not all mean psycho-killing, bloodsucking animals. Most of us are pretty darn decent, and if you’ll just give us a chance, you’ll find out we’re not so bad.’” – Nick ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon
341:Manga represents and extremely unfiltered view of the inner workings of their creator's minds. This is because manga are free of the massive editing and "committee"-style production used in other media like film, magazines and television. Even in American mainstream comics, the norm is to have a stable of artists, letterers, inkers, and scenario writers all under the control of the publisher. In Japan, a single artist might employ many assistants and act as a sort of "director," but he or she is usually at the core of the production process and retains control over the rights to the material created. That artists are not necessarily highly educated and deal frequently in plain subject matter only heightens the sense that manga offer the reader an extremely raw and personal view of the world.
Thus, of the more than 2 billion manga produced each year, the vast majority have a dreamlike quality. They speak to people's hope, and fears. They are where stressed-out modern urbanites daily work out their neuroses and their frustrations. Viewed in their totality, the phenomenal number of stories produced is like the constant chatter of the collective unconscious -- and articulation of the dream world. Reading manga is like peering into the unvarnished, unretouched reality of the Japanese mind. ~ Frederik L Schodt
342:In the water-thickets, the path wound tortuously between umber iron-bogs, albescent quicksands of aluminum and magnesium oxides, and sumps of cuprous blue or permanganate mauve fed by slow, gelid streams and fringed by silver reeds and tall black grasses. The twisted, smooth-barked boles of the trees were yellow-ochre and burnt orange; through their tightly woven foliage filtered a gloomy, tinted light. At their roots grew great clumps of multifaceted translucent crystal like alien fungi.

Charcoal grey frogs with viridescent eyes croaked as the column floundered between the pools. Beneath the greasy surface of the water unidentifiable reptiles moved slowly and sinuously. Dragonflies whose webby wings spanned a foot or more hummed and hovered between the sedges: their long, wicked bodies glittered bold green and ultramarine; they took their prey on the wing, pouncing with an audible snap of jaws on whining, ephemeral mosquitoes and fluttering moths of april blue and chevrolet cerise.

Over everything hung the heavy, oppressive stench of rotting metal. After an hour, Cromis’ mouth was coated with a bitter deposit, and he tasted acids. He found it difficult to speak. While his horse stumbled and slithered beneath him, he gazed about in wonder, and poetry moved in his skull, swift as the jewelled mosquito-hawks over a dark slow current of ancient decay. ~ M John Harrison
343:EFIGIA RATATULUI: Avand oroare de orice fapta, isi repeta siesi: "Miscarea, ce prostie!" Il irita nu atat evenimentele cat ideea de a lua parte la ele; si nu se zbuciuma decat spre a le ocoli. Prin cârteli, a pustiit viața înainte de a-i fi supt ceva. E un Ecleziast de răspântie, care află în universala nimicnicie o scuză pentru infrangerile lui. Hotarat a gasi ca totul e lipsit de importanta, izbuteste usor, evidentele care sa-l slujeasca fiind numeroase. Iese totdeauma victorios din batalia argumentelor, dupa cum iese totdeauna invins din actiune: are "dreptate", refuză totul si totul il refuză. A inteles prea devreme ceea ce nu trebuie sa intelegi ca sa poti trăi - si cum talentul ii era prea stiutor de propriile functii, l-a risipit de teamă să nu-l irosească în nerozia unei opere. Purtând imaginea a ceea ce ar fi putut sa fie ca pe un stigmat si un nimb, roşeşte si e mandru de minunata-i sterilitate, pe veci strain de seducțiile naive, doar el izbăvit printre iloții Timpului. El isi trage libertatea din imensitatea nedesavarsirilor sale; este un zeu infinit si jalnic, pe care nici o creatie nu-l limiteaza, nici o creatura nu-l adora si nimeni nu-l cruță. Ceilalti ii intorc dispretul pe care l-a revarsat asupra lor. Nu are a ispăşi decât faptele pe care nu le-a săvârşit, al caror numar depaseste totusi calculul nemasuratului sau orgoliu. Dar, in cele din urma, drept mangaiere, la capatul unei vieti lipsite de glorie, isi poarta inutilitatea ca pe o coroană. ~ Emil M Cioran
344:Se declaraba «filosóficamente convencida de la futilidad de la oposición activa, y creía que la agresión y el mal solo pueden vencerse con el bien, y no vale la pena oponerse a ello». La pobreza, la enfermedad y la explotación eran un reto para la sociedad en su conjunto y el reto debería solucionarse mediante fórmulas de reconciliación, antes de que condujeran a conflictos que pudieran desgarrar la propia sociedad. Describía el Evangelio como «un símbolo expansivo de fraternidad, un vínculo de paz, un bendito lugar donde la unidad del espíritu podía reivindicar el derecho a superar todas las diferencias».[26] Sin embargo, su encuentro con Tolstói fue decepcionante. El escritor prestó poca atención a su descripción de Hull House, al tiempo que «miraba con desconfianza las mangas de mi vestido de viaje». La cantidad de tela que tenían sus mangas, dijo Tolstói, era suficiente para vestir a un montón de niñas. ¿No era eso «un muro que separaba a la gente»? Y cuando supo que tenía una granja en Illinois, ¿no se podía considerar una de aquellas «señoras rentistas»? Sugirió que Jane Addams sería más útil «poniéndose a cultivar sus tierras» que añadiendo al mundo otra ciudad superpoblada. Las acusaciones eran injustas, pero aquello afectó a Jane hasta el punto que, cuando regresó a Chicago, decidió pasar dos horas diarias en la lechería. Lo intentó, pero fracasó. No era la mejor manera de aprovechar su tiempo.[27] Esta pequeña anécdota revela por qué no podía ser una verdadera seguidora de Tolstói. ~ Lawrence Freedman
345:Great Discourse on Blessings AT one time the Exalted One was living in Jeta Grove. A certain deity of astounding beauty approached the Exalted One and said: Many deities and humans have pondered on blessings. Tell me the blessings supreme. The Buddha replied: To associate not with the foolish, to be with the wise, to honor the worthy ones this is a blessing supreme. To reside in a suitable location, to have good past deeds done, to set oneself in the right direction this is a blessing supreme. To be well spoken, highly trained, well educated, skilled in handicraft, and highly disciplined, this is a blessing supreme. To be well caring of mother, of father, to look after spouse and children, to engage in a harmless occupation, this is a blessing supreme. Outstanding behavior, blameless action, open hands to all relatives and selfless giving, this is a blessing supreme. To cease and abstain from evil, to avoid intoxicants, to be diligent in virtuous practices, this is a blessing supreme. To be reverent and humble, content and grateful, to hear the Dharma at the right time, this is a blessing supreme. To be patient and obedient, to visit with spiritual people, to discuss the Dharma at the right time, this is a blessing supreme. To live austerely and purely, to see the noble truths, and to realize nirvana, this is the blessing supreme. A mind unshaken when touched by the worldly states, sorrowless, stainless, and secure, this is the blessing supreme. Those who have fulfilled all these are everywhere invincible; they find well-being everywhere, theirs is the blessing supreme. adapted from MANGALA SUTTA, translated by Gunaratana Mahathera ~ Jack Kornfield
346:Voiam, insa, ca-pana atunci- sa nu tradez nimic din zbuciumul, din intunecimile si flacarile sufletului meu. [...]
Voiam sa trec printre semeni neluat in seama. Sa fiu crezut un adolescent urat si plicticos- si cu toate acestea sa am cugetul si sufletul desprinse din stanca. Sa izbucnesc dintr-o data, coplesind turma taratorilor si uluind neputinta celor care m-au cunoscut si m-au dispretuit. Sa-i biciuesc si sa le necinstesc fetele si sa ma desfat simtindu-mi trupul galgaind de viata rodnica si creatoare.
Nu mi-a placut sa am prieteni. N-am vrut sa-mi descopar sufletul adolescentilor livizi si melancolici. Mandria ca port in mine o taina pe care n-o ghiceste nimeni mi-ajungea.
Si gandul ca voi infricosa candva cetele oamenilor de carne- ma imbata. Eu stiam cine sunt. Si lucrul acesta imi umplea sufletul cu o nemarginita incredere si ma silea sa-mi incordez bratele ca pentru lupta. Cu atat mai mult cu cat nimeni nu banuia cine sunt si ce voi putea ajunge.
...Dar n-a fost asa. Mi-am cautat si eu, ca toti oamenii slabi, prieteni. Mi-am descoperit si eu sufletul cersind mangaiere si sprijin. Am tradat colturi din taina mea si am lasat sa se vada ceea ce nu trebuia sa cunosc decat eu. M-am vrut neindurat. Si n-am izbutit. Am fost schimbacios si plin de compromisuri, ca orice adolescent. Am facut si eu glume, am ras si eu mai mult decat era nevoie, mi-am risipit si eu timpul in vorba cu colegi imbecili si prieteni plictisitori, am dormit si eu opt ore ca toti ceilalti, am ratacit si eu seara, pe strazi ,murmurand confesiuni[...]
Si nu numai atat. Am nesocotit cea mai frumoasa hotarare a mea: aceea de a pastra in mine, pana la desavarsire, tot ceea ce nazuiam sa impart mai tarziu celorlalti. ~ Mircea Eliade
347:Toti formam triunghiuri, i-am zis. O pereche e doar un triunghi incomplet, un unghi solitar, o figura trunchiata. Norman Mailer a scris ca perechea moderna e formata dintr-un barbat, o femeie si un psihiatru. Spune-mi ce crezi despre ideea mea: toti formam triunghiuri. Ne ramane doar sa descoperim care sunt. Care?
- Ei bine, tu si cu mine si cu sotia ta suntem unul. Sotul meu tu si cu mine suntem altul. Asta e prea evident. Trebuie sa fie altceva mai excitant, mai secret... M-a privit ca si cum s-ar fi stapanit, ca si cum i-ar fi placut ideea mea, dar in acelasi timp ar fi respins-o deocamdata... Si am simtit (ori asa am vrut sa-mi inchipui) ca lucrurile nu se lamurisera cu totul, ca era ceva excitant in ideea de a avea, fiecare, amantul sau, dar ca era ceva mult mai ispititor in a imparti chiar acelasi asternut cu o a treia persoana, barbat sau femeie, nu conta. Sau alternand, o femeie pentru ea si pentru mine intr-o noapte, un barbat pentru amandoi, in alta... Ne aflam in perioada romantica. Am revenit rapid la plenitudinea perechii pe care o formam fara nevoia de completari. Si ne-am intors, mai departe, dar in urma, la un sentiment adorabil pe care ea l-a exprimat.
- Ma intristeaza ideea perechilor care se pierd.
- Nu te inteleg.
- Cum nu, perechile care ar fi putut sa fie, dar nu au reusit, les couples qui se ratent, cuplurile care se rateaza, intelegi, cei care trec unul pe langa altul ca niste vapoare in noapte. Asta ma mahneste tare mult. Iti dai seama cat de des se intampla asa ceva, cu ce frecventa?
- Tot timpul, i-am spus, mangaind-o pe crestetul capului sprijinit de pieptuil meu. E foarte normal.
- Ce fericiti suntem, iubitul meu, ce norocosi...
- Desole, dar suntem destul de normali.
- Desole. ~ Carlos Fuentes
348:I know, that I would accounted be
True brother of a company
That sang, to sweeten Ireland's wrong,
Ballad and story, rann and song;
Nor be I any less of them,
Because the red-rose-bordered hem
Of her, whose history began
Before God made the angelic clan,
Trails all about the written page.
When Time began to rant and rage
The measure of her flying feet
Made Ireland's heart begin to beat;
And Time bade all his candles flare
To light a measure here and there;
And may the thoughts of Ireland brood
Upon a measured quietude.
Nor may I less be counted one
With Davis, Mangan, Ferguson,
Because, to him who ponders well,
My rhymes more than their rhyming tell
Of things discovered in the deep,
Where only body's laid asleep.
For the elemental creatures go
About my table to and fro,
That hurry from unmeasured mind
To rant and rage in flood and wind,
Yet he who treads in measured ways
May surely barter gaze for gaze.
Man ever journeys on with them
After the red-rose-bordered hem.
Ah, faeries, dancing under the moon,
A Druid land, a Druid tune.!
While stiIl I may, I write for you
The love I lived, the dream I knew.
From our birthday, until we die,
Is but the winking of an eye;
And we, our singing and our love,
What measurer Time has lit above,
And all benighted things that go
About my table to and fro,
Are passing on to where may be,
In truth's consuming ecstasy,
No place for love and dream at all;
For God goes by with white footfall.
I cast my heart into my rhymes,
That you, in the dim coming times,
May know how my heart went with them
After the red-rose-bordered hem.

~ William Butler Yeats, To Ireland In The Coming Times


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Có một vị trời
Dung sắc thù thắng
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Ðảnh lễ Thế Tôn
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Chư thiên và nhân loại
Suy nghĩ điều hạnh phúc
Hằng tầm cầu mong đợi
Một đời sống an lành
Xin ngài vì bi mẫn
Hoan hỷ dạy chúng con
Về phúc lành cao thượng

Thế Tôn tùy lời hỏi
Rồi giảng giải như vầy:

Không gần gũi kẻ ác
Thân cận bậc trí hiền
Cúng dường bậc tôn đức
Là phúc lành cao thượng

Ở trú xứ thích hợp
Công đức trước đã làm
Chân chánh hướng tự tâm
Là phúc lành cao thượng

Ða văn nghề nghiệp giỏi
Khéo huấn luyện học tập
Nói những lời chơn chất
Là phúc lành cao thượng

Hiếu thuận bậc sanh thành
Chăm sóc vợ và con
Sống bằng nghề lương thiện
Là phúc lành cao thượng

Bố thí hành đúng Pháp
Giúp ích hàng quyến thuộc
Hành vi không lỗi lầm
Là phúc lành cao thượng

Xả ly tâm niệm ác
Tự chế không say sưa
Tinh cần trong thiện pháp
Là phúc lành cao thượng

Biết cung kính khiêm nhường
Tri túc và tri ân
Ðúng thời nghe chánh pháp
Là phúc lành cao thượng
Nhẫn nhục tánh thuần hoá
Thường yết kiến sa môn
Tùy thời đàm luận pháp
Là phúc lành cao thượng

Thiền định sống phạm hạnh
Thấy được lý thánh đế
Chứng ngộ quả niết bàn
Là phúc lành cao thượng

Khi xúc chạm việc đời
Tâm không động không sầu
Tự tại và vô nhiễm
Là phúc lành cao thượng

Những sở hành như vậy
Không chỗ nào thối thất
Khắp nơi được an toàn
Là phúc lành cao thượng . ~ Gautama Buddha
350:sistemáticamente, en el que las mascotas se abandonan sistemáticamente, en el que las personas se pasan por alto sistemáticamente, en el que las familias se van diezmando sistemáticamente y a un ritmo cada vez más elevado. Y no hay indicios de que la tendencia vaya a cambiar en ninguno de estos aspectos. Vivo en un país en el que cada año fallecen en accidentes de tráfico al menos 42.000 personas. En el que, según he oído, el 75% de las familias son disfuncionales. En el que el ocio es cada vez más infantil, más violento y más insustancial. Pasee por las calles de cualquier gran ciudad. Suba al metro de Nueva York. Sí, está mejor que estaba, pero sigue sin estar bien. ¿Y a esto es a lo que aspira el resto del mundo? ¿A parecerse más a nosotros? ¿A cambiar su sueño por el nuestro? Pues vaya con la Nueva Era. Pues vaya con lo de ser más humanos. Somos una vergüenza andante. Pero tranquilícese. Al menos podemos decir que no es culpa nuestra. ¡Estamos profundamente dormidos! ¡Por Dios! ¿Ha observado alguna vez el Congreso en medio de un debate sobre una cuestión importante? ¿Ha observado cómo funciona el sueño? ¿Ha observado cómo se mueven los labios de nuestros insignes representantes, con los ojos inertes, los brazos desmadejados, las mangas vacías, los zapatos llenos de paja y las bocas vacías emitiendo palabras huecas? ¿Entiende lo que pasa? ¿Por casualidad se ha visto a usted mismo mirando, moviendo la boca, con los ojos inertes, los brazos desmadejados, las mangas vacías, los zapatos llenos de paja, la boca vacía emitiendo palabras huecas? ¿Se ha sorprendido de lo que ha visto? Todas las soluciones posibles, absolutamente todas, por valiosas que puedan parecer, no significan absolutamente nada si nosotros, la gente de este mundo, seguimos igual. Si continuamos convencidos de que estamos despiertos… sin estarlo. Si continuamos actuando como si tomáramos decisiones conscientes, como si hubiéramos decidido quiénes somos. Pero ~ Michael E Gerber
351:There are plenty of boys clustered around the wall, laughing, shoving each other playfully, yelling, competing for the attention of the girls. But somehow I know that the one who’s staring at me is the boy leaning against the post holding up the canopy, his shoulders square to it, his head ducked over the cigarette he’s holding, a tiny red point flaring in the shadow as he pulls on the filter.
I shake my head and say firmly to myself, Smoking’s disgusting.
I’m still looking, though. He’s tall and slim, I can tell that much. And his hair, dropping over his forehead, is jet-black, as if he were a hero in a manga book, drawn with pen and ink, two or three thick glossy strands separating into perfect dark curves.
I snap my head back from the lurker in the shadows to the actual boy still holding my hand, only to see that Leonardo is looking over my shoulder in the same direction.
“Luca!” he exclaims, dropping my hand to wave at someone. “Finalmente!
I am determined not to turn. Just in case it’s the same boy. I don’t want to look too interested, or too eager. Besides, he might be really ugly. Or spotty. Or have some silly chinstrap shaved onto his face--
Eccolo!” Leonardo’s saying happily, and it would be silly of me, by now, not to turn to face the person who’s strolled over and is leaning against the side of the table.
I look up at him, and my heart stops for a moment.
“Luca!” Andrea says, echoing Leonardo. “Finalmente!
“This is Luca, our friend,” Leonardo says happily as I think:
Luca. Finally.
,” Luca says, nodding at us, his long legs stretched out, crossed at the ankles. He’s wearing a dark blue shirt tucked into black jeans, and silver rings on a couple of his long fingers, the cigarette held loosely between them. His inky hair tumbles over his forehead, and I see, with a shock like a knife to the chest, that his eyes, heavily fringed with thick black lashes, are the midnight blue of sapphires or deep seawater.
I can’t speak. ~ Lauren Henderson
352:After the assembly I’m getting my chem book out of my locker when Peter comes over and leans his back against the locker next to mine. Through his mask he says, “Hey.”
“Hey,” I say. And then he doesn’t say anything else; he just stands there. I close my locker door and spin the combination lock. “Congratulations on winning best group costume.”
“That’s it? That’s all you’re going to say?”
Huh? “What else am I supposed to say?”
Just then Josh walks by with Jersey Mike, who’s dressed up as a hobbit, hairy feet and all. Walking backward, Josh points his wand at me and says, “Expelliarmus!”
Automatically I point my wand back at him and say, “Avada Kedavra!”
Josh clutches his chest like I’ve shot him. “Way harsh!” he calls out, and he disappears down the hallway.
“Uh…don’t you think it’s weird for my supposed girlfriend to wear a couples costume with another guy?” Peter asks me.
I roll my eyes. I’m still mad at him from this morning. “I’m sorry, I can’t talk to you when you look like this. How am I supposed to have a conversation with a person in head-to-toe latex?”
Peter pushes his mask up. “I’m serious! How do you think it makes me look?”
“First of all, it wasn’t planned. Second of all, nobody cares what my costume is! Who would even notice something like that?”
“People notice,” Peter huffs. “I noticed.”
“Well, I’m sorry. I’m very sorry that a coincidence like this would ever occur.”
“I really doubt it was a coincidence,” Peter mutters.
“What do you want me to do? Do you want me to pop over to the Halloween store during lunch and buy a red wig and be Mary Jane?”
Smoothly Peter says, “Could you? That’d be great.”
“No, I could not. You know why? Because I’m Asian, and people will just think I’m in a manga costume.” I hand him my wand. “Hold this.” I lean down and lift the hem of my robe so I can adjust my knee socks.
Frowning, he says, “I could have been someone from the book if you’d told me in advance.”
“Yes, well, today you’d make a really great Moaning Myrtle. ~ Jenny Han
353:Nati is the submission of the soul to the will of God; its acceptance of all touches as His touches, of all experience as His play with the soul of man. Nati may be with titiksha, feeling the sorrow but accepting it as God's will, or with udasinata, rising superior to it and regarding joy and sorrow equally as God's working in these lower instruments, or with ananda, receiving everything as the play of Krishna and therefore in itself delightful. The last is the state of the complete Yogin, for by this continual joyous or anandamaya namaskara to God constantly practised we arrive eventually at the entire elimination of grief, pain etc, the entire freedom from the dwandwas, and find the Brahmananda in every smallest, most trivial, most apparently discordant detail of life & experience in this human body. We get rid entirely of fear and suffering; Anandam Brahmano vidvan na bibheti kutaschana. We may have to begin with titiksha and udasinata but it is in this ananda that we must consummate the siddhi of samata. The Yogin receives victory and defeat, success and ill-success, pleasure and pain, honour and disgrace with an equal, a sama ananda, first by buddhi-yoga, separating himself from his habitual mental & nervous reactions & insisting by vichara on the true nature of the experience itself and of his own soul which is secretly anandamaya, full of the sama ananda in all things. He comes to change all the ordinary values of experience; amangala reveals itself to him as mangala, defeat & ill-success as the fulfilment of God's immediate purpose and a step towards ultimate victory, grief and pain as concealed and perverse forms of pleasure. A stage arrives even, when physical pain itself, the hardest thing for material man to bear, changes its nature in experience and becomes physical ananda; but this is only at the end when this human being, imprisoned in matter, subjected to mind, emerges from his subjection, conquers his mind and delivers himself utterly in his body, realising his true anandamaya self in every part of the adhara.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, Record Of Yoga,
354:At their invitation we crowded into the spacious control cabin of the great airship, where scientific gear occupied every available cubic—perhaps hypercubic—inch. Among the fantastical glass envelopes and knottings of gold wire as unreadable to us as the ebonite control panels scrupulously polished and reflecting the Arctic sky, we were able here and there to recognize more mundane items—here Manganin resistance-boxes and Tesla coils, there Leclanché cells and solenoidal magnets, with electrical cables sheathed in commercial-grade Gutta Percha running everywhere. Inside, the overhead was much higher than expected, and the bulkheads could scarcely be made out in the muted light through three hanging Fresnel lenses, the mantle behind each glowing a different primary color, from sensitive-flames which hissed at different frequencies. Strange sounds, complex harmonies and dissonances, resonant, sibilant, and percussive at once, being monitored from someplace far Exterior to this, issued from a large brass speaking-trumpet, with brass tubing and valvework elaborate as any to be found in an American marching band running back from it and into an extensive control panel on which various metering gauges were ranked, their pointers, with exquisite Breguet-style arrowheads, trembling in their rise and fall along the arcs of italic numerals. The glow of electrical coils seeped beyond the glass cylinders which enclosed them, and anyone’s hands that came near seemed dipped in blue chalk-dust. A Poulsen’s Telegraphone, recording the data being received, moved constantly to and fro along a length of shining steel wire which periodically was removed and replaced. “Ætheric impulses,” Dr. Counterfly was explaining. “For vortex stabilization we need a membrane sensitive enough to respond to the slightest eddies. We use a human caul—a ‘veil,’ as some say.” “Isn’t a child born with a veil believed to have powers of second sight?” Dr. Vormance inquired. “Correct. And a ship with a veil aboard it will never sink—or, in our case, crash.” “Things have been done to obtain a veil,” darkly added a junior officer, Mr. Suckling, “that may not even be talked about. ~ Thomas Pynchon
355:The Cave Painters
Holding only a handful of rushlight
they pressed deeper into the dark, at a crouch
until the great rock chamber
flowered around them and they stood
in an enormous womb of
flickering light and darklight, a place
to make a start. Raised hands cast flapping shadows
over the sleeker shapes of radiance.
They've left the world of weather and panic
behind them and gone on in, drawing the dark
in their wake, pushing as one pulse
to the core of stone. The pigments mixed in big shells
are crushed ore, petals and pollens, berries
and the binding juices oozed
out of chosen barks. The beasts
begin to take shape from hands and feather-tufts
(soaked in ochre, manganese, madder, mallow white)
stroking the live rock, letting slopes and contours
mould those forms from chance, coaxing
rigid dips and folds and bulges
to lend themselves to necks, bellies, swelling haunches,
a forehead or a twist of horn, tails and manes
curling to a crazy gallop.
Intent and human, they attach
the mineral, vegetable, animal
realms to themselves, inscribing
the one unbroken line
everything depends on, from that
impenetrable centre
to the outer intangibles of light and air, even
the speed of the horse, the bison's fear, the arc
of gentleness that this big-bellied cow
arches over its spindling calf, or the lancing
dance of death that
bristles out of the buck's
struck flank. On this one line they leave
a beak-headed human figure of sticks
and one small, chalky, human hand.
We'll never know if they worked in silence
like people praying—the way our monks
illuminated their own dark ages
in cross-hatched rocky cloisters,
where they contrived a binding
labyrinth of lit affinities
to spell out in nature's lace and fable
their mindful, blinding sixth sense
of a god of shadows—or whether (like birds
tracing their great bloodlines over the globe)
they kept a constant gossip up
of praise, encouragement, complaint.
It doesn't matter: we know
they went with guttering rushlight
into the dark; came to terms
with the given world; must have had
—as their hands moved steadily
by spiderlight—one desire
we'd recognise: they would—before going on
beyond this border zone, this nowhere
that is now here—leave something
upright and bright behind them in the dark.
~ Eamon Grennan
356:La calle del Faubourg Saint-Antoine era muy larga. Comenzaba en lo que antes había sido un faubourg, un barrio de las afueras, situado al este de la ciudad antigua. Mucho antes de la Revolución, ya era una zona de artesanos, donde se encontraban la mayoría de los carpinteros y ebanistas. Pese a las ideas republicanas, y a veces radicales, que en general defendían, muchos de aquellos hábiles artesanos y pequeños comerciantes eran, como Petit, muy conservadores en lo que concernía al núcleo familiar. No obstante, más de un monarca había podido comprobar en el pasado que, cuando se echaban a la calle, eran implacables. Petit emprendió la caminata con paso febril. La nieve se había fundido y las calles estaban secas. Al cabo de poco, llegó al lugar donde antes se alzaba la fortaleza de la Bastilla y que entonces no era más que un gran espacio vacío sobre el que flotaba un cielo gris de negros presagios. Allí comenzaba la ciudad antigua. A partir de ese punto, la calle ya no se denominaba faubourg, sino simplemente calle Saint-Antoine. Al cabo de un centenar de metros, volvía a cambiar de nombre, adoptando el de Rivoli. Con aquel prestigioso nombre, conducía a la antigua plaza del mercado de la Grève, contigua al río, donde habían reconstruido el ayuntamiento, el Hôtel de Ville, al que le habían conferido un aspecto de enorme y ornamentado castillo. Después pasó por el antiguo Châtelet, donde en la Edad Media administraba justicia el preboste. Aunque había aminorado el paso, Petit todavía caminaba deprisa y, pese al frío, sudaba un poco. Finalmente, se cepilló con gesto inconsciente las mangas del abrigo cuando entró en la zona más regia de la calle de Rivoli, con la larga serie de arcadas que se sucedían frente al solemne palacio del Louvre y los jardines de las Tullerías, hasta que llegó al vasto espacio despejado de la plaza de la Concordia. Llevaba caminando más de una hora. Su ira se había transformado en una sombría y amarga rabia impregnada de desesperación. Torció hacia el bonito templo clásico de la Madeleine. Justo al oeste de la Madeleine, empezaba otro de los grandes bulevares residenciales proyectados por el barón Haussmann. El bulevar de Malesherbes partía de allí en diagonal para acabar en una de las puertas noroccidentales de la ciudad, más allá del final del parque Monceau. El serio carácter del bulevar adquiría un aire más moderno en los sectores próximos a la Madeleine, precisamente en la zona donde se encontraba, en un gran edificio de la Belle Époque, el piso de Jules Blanchard. ~ Edward Rutherfurd
357:Cuando regresó, el hijo del posadero le entregó las ropas del guerrero, limpias y dobladas. Mikhon Tiq las subió al sobrado y las colocó en orden junto a sus armas. Eran ropas de estilo Ainari, aunque mezclado con algunos detalles bárbaros del Norte. Las botas, que el propio rapaz había encerado, estaban arrugadas en los tobillos, casi cuarteadas; botas de espadachín acostumbrado a doblar las piernas y girar los pies en la danza del combate. Las mangas de la casaca eran amplias. Sin duda su dueño las utilizaba para guardar en ellas las manos y ocultar así las emociones, según la costumbre de Áinar. Pero tenían corchetes de latón para que, llegado el momento de la pelea, pudieran ceñirse a las muñecas y no estorbar los movimientos. El talabarte, ya descolorido, tenía una pequeña vaina a la derecha para el colmillo de diente de sable que sólo los Tahedoranes podían llevar. A la izquierda había dos trabillas de piel con sendas hebillas para colgar la funda de la espada. Éste era otro detalle que lo delataba. Los guerreros normales llevan una sola hebilla, de forma que la espada cuelgue junto al muslo. Los maestros de la espada, sean Ibtahanes o Tahedoranes, necesitan dos para que la espada se mantenga horizontal; de esta manera pueden sujetar la vaina con la mano izquierda y extraer el arma a una velocidad fulgurante, en el movimiento letal conocido como Yagartéi que es en sí mismo un arte marcial. Pero lo que más llamaba la atención de Mikhon Tiq era la propia espada. Hacía años que no veía una auténtica arma de Tahedorán. La funda era de cuero repujado, reforzada con guarnición y punta de metal, y con dos pequeños bolsillos a ambos lados. Uno de ellos contenía una navaja con un pequeño gavilán en forma de gancho; de este modo servía de arma y a la vez de herramienta para desmontar la empuñadura de su hermana mayor. En la otra abertura había papel de esmeril para sacar filo a la hoja; aunque un Tahedorán sólo haría esto en una emergencia, pues los aceros dignos de tal nombre deben ser bruñidos y afilados por maestros pulidores. En torno a la empuñadura de la espada corría una fina tira de piel, enrollada y apretada con fuerza para evitar que la mano resbalara al aferrarla. Mikhon Tiq miró de reojo a Linar. Tenía el ojo cerrado; o dormía o estaba encerrado en su mundo interior. En cuanto al guerrero, su respiración bajo la manta era profunda y pausada. Mikhon Tiq sintió la tentación de desenvainar la espada para examinar la hoja. Pero aquello habría sido una afrenta, como desnudar a una doncella dormida, así que apartó las manos del arma y procuró pensar en otras cosas. ~ Javier Negrete
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"A enfermaria zumbe da maneira como ouvi uma fábrica de tecido zumbir uma vez, quando o time de futebol jogou com a escola secundária na Califórnia. Depois de uma boa temporada, s promotores da cidade estavam tão orgulhosos e exaltados que pagavam para que fôssemos de avião até a Califórnia para disputar um campeonato de escolas secundárias com o time de lá. Quando chegamos à cidade tivemos de visitar um indústria local qualquer. Nosso treinador era um daqueles dados a convencer as pessoas de que o atletismo era educativo por causa do aprendizado proporcionado pelas viagens, e em todas as viagens que fazíamos ele carregava com o time para visitar fábricas de laticínios, fazendas de plantação de beterraba e fábricas de conservas, antes do jogo . Na Califórnia foi uma fábrica de tecido. Quando entramos na fábrica, a maior parte do time deu uma olhada rápida e saiu para ir sentar-se no ônibus e jogar pôquer em cima das malas, mas eu fiquei lá dentro numa canto, fora do caminho das moças negras que corriam de um lado para o outro entre as fileiras de máquinas.
A fábrica me colocou numa espécie de sonho, todos aqueles zumbidos e estalos a chocalhar de gente e de máquinas sacudindo-se em espasmos regulares. Foi por isso que eu fiquei quando todos os outros se foram, por isso e porque aquilo me lembrou de alguma forma os homens da tribo que haviam deixado a aldeia nos últimos dias para ir trabalhar na trituradora de pedras para a represa. O padrão frenético, os rostos hipnotizados pela rotina... eu queria ir com o time, mas não pude.
Era de manhã, no princípio do inverno, e eu ainda usava a jaqueta que nos deram quando ganhamos o campeonato - uma jaqueta vermelha e verde com mangas de couro e um emblema com o formato de uma bola de futebol bordado nas costas, dizendo o que havíamos vencido - e ela estava fazendo com que uma porção de moças negras olhassem. Eu a tirei , mas elas continuaram olhando. Eu era muito maior naquela época. "

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"Uma das moças afastou-se de sua máquina e olhou para um lado e para o outro das passagens entre as máquinas, para ver se o capataz estava por perto, depois veio até onde eu estava. Perguntou se íamos jogar na escola secundária naquela noite e me disse que tinha um irmão que jogava como zagueiro para eles. Falamos um pouco a respeito do futebol e coisas assim, e reparei como o rosto dela parecia indistinto, como se houvesse uma névoa entre nós dois. Era a lanugem de algodão pairando no ar.
Falei-lhe a respeito da lanugem. Ela revirou os olhos e cobriu a boca com a mão, para rir, quando eu lhe disse como era parecido com o olhar o seu rosto numa manhã enevoada de caça ao pato. E ela disse : " Agora me diga para que é que você quereria nesse bendito mundo estar sozinho comigo lá fora, numa tocaia de pato ?" Disse-lhe que ela poderia tomar de conta da minha arma, e as moças começaram a rir com a boca escondida atrás das mãos na fábrica inteira. Eu também ri um pouco, vendo como havia parecido inteligente. Anda estávamos conversando e rindo quando ela agarrou meus pulsos e os apertou com as mãos. Os traços do seu rosto de repente se acentuaram num foco radioso; vi que ela estava aterrorizada por alguma coisa.
- Leve-me - disse ela num murmúrio - Leve-me mesmo garotão. Para fora desta fábrica aqui, para fora desta cidade, para fora desta vida. Me leva para uma tocaia de pato qualquer, num lugar qualquer . Num outro lugar qualquer. Hem garotão, hem ? ~ Ken Kesey
359:Yes , The Dead Speak To Us
Yes, the Dead speak to us.
This town belongs to the Dead, to the Dead and to the Wilderness.
Back of the clamps on a fireproof door they hold the papers of the Dead in a
house here
And when two living men fall out, when one says the Dead spoke a Yes, and the
other says the Dead spoke a No, they go then together to this house.
They loosen the clamps and haul at the hasps and try their keys and curse at the
locks and the combination numbers.
For the teeth of the rats are barred and the tongues of the moths are outlawed
and the sun and the air of wind is not wanted.
They open a box where a sheet of paper shivers, in a dusty corner shivers with
the dry inkdrops of the Dead, the signed names.
Here the ink testifies, here we find the say-so, here we learn the layout, now we
know where the cities and farms belong.
Dead white men and dead red men tested each other with shot and knives: they
twisted each others' necks: land was yours if you took and kept it.
How are the heads the rain seeps in, the rain-washed knuckles in sod and
Where the sheets of paper shiver,
Back of the hasps and handles,
Back of the fireproof clamps,
They read what the fingers scribbled, who the land belongs to now—it is herein
provided, it is hereby stipulated—the land and all appurtenances thereto and all
deposits of oil and gold and coal and silver, and all pockets and repositories of
gravel and diamonds, dung and permanganese, and all clover and bumblebees,
all bluegrass, johnny-jump-ups, grassroots, springs of running water or rivers or
lakes or high spreading trees or hazel bushes or sumach or thorn-apple branches
or high in the air the bird nest with spotted blue eggs shaken in the roaming
wind of the treetops—
So it is scrawled here,
"I direct and devise
So and so and such and such,"
And this is the last word.
There is nothing more to it.
In a shanty out in the Wilderness, ghosts of to-morrow sit, waiting to come and
go, to do their job.
They will go into the house of the Dead and take the shivering sheets of paper
and make a bonfire and dance a deadman's dance over the hissing crisp.
In a slang their own the dancers out of the Wilderness will write a paper for the
living to read and sign:
The dead need peace, the dead need sleep, let the dead have peace and sleep,
let the papers of the Dead who fix the lives of the Living, let them be a hissing
crisp and ashes, let the young men and the young women forever understand we
are through and no longer take the say-so of the Dead;
Let the dead have honor from us with our thoughts of them and our thoughts of
land and all appurtenances thereto and all deposits of oil and gold and coal and
silver, and all pockets and repositories of gravel and diamonds, dung and
permanganese, and all clover and bumblebees, all bluegrass, johnny-jump-ups,
grassroots, springs of running water or rivers or lakes or high spreading trees or
hazel bushes or sumach or thornapple branches or high in the air the bird nest
with spotted blue eggs shaken in the roaming wind of the treetops.
And so, it is a shack of ghosts, a lean-to they have in the Wilderness, and they
are waiting and they have learned strange songs how easy it is to wait and how
anything comes to those who wait long enough and how most of all it is easy to
wait for death, and waiting, dream of new cities.
~ Carl Sandburg
360:Romanul adolescentului miop

1.‘’ Mi-am cautat si eu, ca toti oamenii slabi, prieteni. Mi-am descoperit si eu sufletul cersind mangaiere si sprijin. Am tradat colturi din taina mea si am lasat sa se vada ceea ce nu trebuia sa cunosc decat eu. M-am vrut neindurat. Si n-am izbutit. Am fost schimbacios si plin de compromisuri, ca orice adolescent. (…) Si eu, ca si toti ceilalti. Si eu, ca si turma.’’
2.‘’Tot ceea ce ne inconjoara nu e decat materialul inform pe care noi il culegem, il cernem si il valorificam. Nu suntem nici pedanti si nici nu afectam un intelectualism exagerat . Dar locurile si oamenii sunt prea ispititori. Creierul, obisnuit sa se intrebe, ne daruieste mecanic raspunsuri, care se cer justificate.’’
3.‘’O data cu prietenii, se rup si fasii din sufletul meu. Iar eu le simt cum se duc, una cate una, si sufletul mi-e tot mai pustiu, si mai stearpa iubirea catre oameni… Si atatea chipuri pe care nu le voi mai vedea, atatea obiceiuri pe care le voi uita, ca sa-mi insusesc altele…(…) Sunt ispitit sa ma intristez. Atatia ani si atatea indurari, alaturi de atatea nadejdi… . Nu stiu ce va fi cu mine dincolo. Voi mai intalni prieteni? Va trebui sa ma schimb iarasi, din adancuri, si sa ma privesc in oglinda fara sa ma recunosc? Nu stiu nimic, si inima mi se strange de teama. Mi-e teama sa nu renunt la mine. Mi-e teama de mine, de viata. Si patimesc, totusi, asteptand s-o cunosc, sa arunc zdrentele lumii acesteia de care eu de mult m-am despartit si de care ma tarau lanturi meschine.(…)Si apoi ma intreb, trist, daca eu stiu pentru ce vietuiesc. Nu stiu. …Ce-mi lipseste? Ce-mi lipseste?...Recitesc caietele de amintiri. Cat de departe mi se par vremurile…Si prietenii mei, ‘’personagiile’’, atat de schimbate. Si eu strain. Ma prefaceam prea vessel si ma ascundeam chiar fata de mine. Dar parca stiu eu de scriu acum adevarul?’’
4.‘’-Crestinul e optimist si senin.
-Cu cat te vei apropia de solutia crestina, cu atat vei fi mai senin…Dar d-ta nu esti decat un simplu pagan torturat de neputinta convertirii. Mi-e mila de suferinta d-tale. Raspandesti atata paganism exasperat de propriile lui elanuri, incat sunt ispitit acum, daca m-ai intreba: ‘’Crezi in har?’’…sa raspund :’’Nu! Iti marturisesc, ma indoiesc de har nu pentru ca am discutat cu d-ta, ci pentru ca am stat in tovarasia d-tale. Esti demoniac.’’
5.‘’Au fost nopti cand tulburarea ma umilea pana la plans. Criza crestea, crestea in singuratate. Ma simteam parasit de toti, uitat, agonizand intr-un pustiu. Sufletul imi era coplesit de marasm, de disperare muta, de slabiciuni.’’
6.‘’Degetele raschirate in par au smuls. Am reinceput sa plang de furie. Ma revedeam in adolescenta, chinuit de aceeasi lupta cu toamna, cu nostalgia, cu slabiciunile. N-am facut un pas mai inainte , daca sunt melancolic. Imi strigam: ‘’Ajunge! Ajunge! Am sa innebunesc!’’. Plangeam. ‘’Plansul e stupid si enervant. Nu ma duce la o solutie’’. Imi opream lacrimile, imi racoream ochii. ‘’N-am facut nicio fapta eroica, daca nu mai plang’’. Imi odihneam privirile in toamna. Ma linisteam. Eram trist, trist, disperat. ‘’Totul trece, totul trece…’’…’’
7.‘’Hotararile mele ma coplesesc de tristeti disperate, fara sfarsit. Imi spun mereu: totul trece…Dar incurajarea mi se pare neghioaba. M-am intrebat cum am putut-o folosi atat timp, fara sa-i observ desertaciunea. Dar daca ea pare desarta numai pentru ca ispita e mai puternica decat mine? ‘’
8.‘’Dar de ce am scris eu asta-noapte despre ispite? Am uitat hotararea: dragostea nu trebuie alungata, ci stapanita. Eu nu pot s-o stapanesc, de aceea ma umileste. Dragostea e vinovata. Ea ma mangaie, ca o gheara straina. Mi-e draga, mi-e draga…Stiu eu ce am ? Nu inteleg de ce mi-a fost teama. N-am cautat eu dragostea? N-am voit eu s-o cunosc si s-o robesc? Aceasta e dragostea. Stiu ca aceasta e dragostea. Acum, trebuie s-o adancesc si s-o stapanesc. ~ Mircea Eliade
361:A mesma ignorância predominou em relação a muitas criaturas maiores, inclusive um dos mais importantes e menos compreendidos de todos os animais que por vezes se encontram nas casas modernas: o morcego. Quase ninguém gosta dos morcegos, o que é lamentável, porque eles fazem muito mais bem do que mal. Comem grandes quantidades de insetos, beneficiando as plantações e o ser humano. O morcego marrom, a espécie mais comum nos Estados Unidos, consome até seiscentos mosquitos por hora. O pequenino pipistrelo — que não pesa mais que uma pequena moeda — ingere até 3 mil insetos em suas incursões noturnas. Sem os morcegos, haveria muito mais mosquitos na Escócia, larvas no solo na América do Norte e febres nos trópicos. As árvores das florestas seriam mastigadas até serem destruídas. As plantações precisariam de mais agrotóxicos. O mundo natural se tornaria um lugar estressado até a exaustão. Os morcegos também são vitais para o ciclo de vida de muitas plantas silvestres, colaborando na polinização e na dispersão de sementes. Um minúsculo morcego da América do Sul, o Carollia perspicillata, chega a comer 60 mil sementinhas a cada noite. A propagação das sementes feita por uma única colônia — cerca de quatrocentos desses morceguinhos — pode produzir, anualmente, 9 milhões de mudas de árvores frutíferas. Sem os morcegos, essas novas árvores frutíferas não existiriam. Eles também são essenciais para a sobrevivência, na natureza, de madeira balsa, abacates, bananas, frutas-pão, cajus, cravo, tâmaras, figos, goiabas, mangas, pêssegos, cactos saguaro, entre outros.

Há muito mais morcegos no mundo do que a maioria das pessoas imagina. Na verdade, eles constituem aproximadamente um quarto de todas as espécies de mamíferos — cerca de 1100. Variam em tamanho desde o morcego-abelha, que realmente não é maior que uma abelha e, portanto, é o menor de todos os mamíferos, até as magníficas raposas-voadoras da Austrália e do sul da Ásia, que podem alcançar quase dois metros de envergadura.

No passado já foram feitas tentativas de aproveitar as qualidades especiais dos morcegos. Na Segunda Guerra Mundial, o Exército americano investiu muito tempo e dinheiro em um plano extraordinário para acoplar minúsculas bombas incendiárias a morcegos e lançar de aviões um grande número deles — até 1 milhão de cada vez — sobre o Japão. A ideia era que os morcegos se empoleirariam nos beirais e telhados e suas pequeninas bombas-relógio iriam deflagrar, fazendo com que pegassem fogo e causassem, assim, centenas de milhares de incêndios.

Elaborar bombas e timers tão pequenos exigia muita experiência e engenho; mas, finalmente, na primavera de 1943, o trabalho estava adiantado e foi marcada uma experiência em Muroc Lake, na Califórnia. No entanto, as coisas não correram bem como o planejado, para dizer o mínimo. Os morcegos estavam bem armados com suas bombas em miniatura, mas ficou claro que essa não era uma boa ideia. Eles não pousaram em nenhum dos alvos designados, mas destruíram todos os hangares e a maioria dos depósitos no aeroporto de Muroc Lake, bem como o carro de um general do Exército. O relatório do general sobre os acontecimentos do dia deve ter sido uma leitura muito interessante. Seja como for, o programa foi cancelado logo em seguida.

Um plano menos maluco, mas não mais bem-sucedido, para utilizar os morcegos foi concebido pelo dr. Charles A. R. Campbell, da Escola de Medicina da Universidade de Tulane. A ideia de Campbell era construir gigantescas “torres de morcegos”, onde estes poderiam se empoleirar, procriar e sair para comer mosquitos. Isso, segundo Campbell, reduziria substancialmente a malária, e também forneceria guano em quantidades comercialmente viáveis. Várias torres foram construídas, e algumas ainda estão de pé, mesmo que precariamente, mas nunca cumpriram sua função. Ao que parece, os morcegos não gostam de receber ordens sobre onde devem morar. ~ Bill Bryson
362:Meantime Ferrara lay in rueful case;
The lady-city, for whose sole embrace
Her pair of suitors struggled, felt their arms
A brawny mischief to the fragile charms
They tugged forone discovering that to twist
Her tresses twice or thrice about his wrist
Secured a point of vantageone, how best
He 'd parry that by planting in her breast
His elbow spikeeach party too intent
For noticing, howe'er the battle went,
The conqueror would but have a corpse to kiss.
"May Boniface be duly damned for this!"
Howled some old Ghibellin, as up he turned,
From the wet heap of rubbish where they burned
His house, a little skull with dazzling teeth:
"A boon, sweet Christlet Salinguerra seethe
"In hell for ever, Christ, and let myself
"Be there to laugh at him!"moaned some young Guelf
Stumbling upon a shrivelled hand nailed fast
To the charred lintel of the doorway, last
His father stood within to bid him speed.
The thoroughfares were overrun with weed
Docks, quitchgrass, loathy mallows no man plants.
The stranger, none of its inhabitants
Crept out of doors to taste fresh air again,
And ask the purpose of a splendid train
Admitted on a morning; every town
Of the East League was come by envoy down
To treat for Richard's ransom: here you saw
The Vicentine, here snowy oxen draw
The Paduan carroch, its vermilion cross
On its white field. A-tiptoe o'er the fosse
Looked Legate Montelungo wistfully
After the flock of steeples he might spy
In Este's time, gone (doubts he) long ago
To mend the ramparts: sure the laggards know
The Pope's as good as here! They paced the streets
More soberly. At last, "Taurello greets
"The League," announced a pursuivant,"will match
"Its courtesy, and labours to dispatch
"At earliest Tito, Friedrich's Pretor, sent
"On pressing matters from his post at Trent,
"With Mainard Count of Tyrol,simply waits
"Their going to receive the delegates."
"Tito!" Our delegates exchanged a glance,
And, keeping the main way, admired askance
The lazy engines of outlandish birth,
Couched like a king each on its bank of earth
Arbalist, manganel and catapult;
While stationed by, as waiting a result,
Lean silent gangs of mercenaries ceased
Working to watch the strangers. "This, at least,
"Were better spared; he scarce presumes gainsay
"The League's decision! Get our friend away
"And profit for the future: how else teach
"Fools 't is not safe to stray within claw's reach
"Ere Salinguerra's final gasp be blown?
"Those mere convulsive scratches find the bone.
"Who bade him bloody the spent osprey's nare?"
The carrochs halted in the public square.
Pennons of every blazon once a-flaunt,
Men prattled, freelier than the crested gaunt
White ostrich with a horse-shoe in her beak
Was missing, and whoever chose might speak
"Ecelin" boldly out: so,"Ecelin
"Needed his wife to swallow half the sin
"And sickens by himself: the devil's whelp,
"He styles his son, dwindles away, no help
"From conserves, your fine triple-curded froth
"Of virgin's blood, your Venice viper-broth
"Eh? Jubilate!""Peace! no little word
"You utter here that 's not distinctly heard
"Up at Oliero: he was absent sick
"When we besieged Bassanowho, i' the thick
"O' the work, perceived the progress Azzo made,
"Like Ecelin, through his witch Adelaide?
"She managed it so well that, night by night
"At their bed-foot stood up a soldier-sprite,
"First fresh, pale by-and-by without a wound,
"And, when it came with eyes filmed as in swound,
"They knew the place was taken.""Ominous
"That Ghibellins should get what cautelous
"Old Redbeard sought from Azzo's sire to wrench
"Vainly; Saint George contrived his town a trench
"O' the marshes, an impermeable bar."
"Young Ecelin is meant the tutelar
"Of Padua, rather; veins embrace upon
"His hand like Brenta and Bacchiglion."
What now?"The founts! God's bread, touch not a plank!
"A crawling hell of carrionevery tank
"Choke-full!found out just now to Cino's cost
"The same who gave Taurello up for lost,
"And, making no account of fortune's freaks,
"Refused to budge from Padua then, but sneaks
"Back now with Concorezzi: 'faith! they drag
"Their carroch to San Vitale, plant the flag
"On his own palace, so adroitly razed
"He knew it not; a sort of Guelf folk gazed
"And laughed apart; Cino disliked their air
"Must pluck up spirit, show he does not care
"Seats himself on the tank's edgewill begin
"To hum, za, za, Cavaler Ecelin
"A silence; he gets warmer, clinks to chime,
"Now both feet plough the ground, deeper each time,
"At last, za, za and up with a fierce kick
"Comes his own mother's face caught by the thick
"Grey hair about his spur!"
               Which means, they lift
The covering, Salinguerra made a shift
To stretch upon the truth; as well avoid
Further disclosures; leave them thus employed.
Our dropping Autumn morning clears apace,
And poor Ferrara puts a softened face
On her misfortunes. Let us scale this tall
Huge foursquare line of red brick garden-wall
Bastioned within by trees of every sort
On three sides, slender, spreading, long and short;
Each grew as it contrived, the poplar ramped,
The fig-tree reared itself,but stark and cramped,
Made fools of, like tamed lions: whence, on the edge,
Running 'twixt trunk and trunk to smooth one ledge
Of shade, were shrubs inserted, warp and woof,
Which smothered up that variance. Scale the roof
Of solid tops, and o'er the slope you slide
Down to a grassy space level and wide,
Here and there dotted with a tree, but trees
Of rarer leaf, each foreigner at ease,
Set by itself: and in the centre spreads,
Borne upon three uneasy leopards' heads,
A laver, broad and shallow, one bright spirt
Of water bubbles in. The walls begirt
With trees leave off on either hand; pursue
Your path along a wondrous avenue
Those walls abut on, heaped of gleamy stone,
With aloes leering everywhere, grey-grown
From many a Moorish summer: how they wind
Out of the fissures! likelier to bind
The building than those rusted cramps which drop
Already in the eating sunshine. Stop,
You fleeting shapes above there! Ah, the pride
Or else despair of the whole country-side!
A range of statues, swarming o'er with wasps,
God, goddess, woman, man, the Greek rough-rasps
In crumbling Naples marblemeant to look
Like those Messina marbles Constance took
Delight in, or Taurello's self conveyed
To Mantua for his mistress, Adelaide,
A certain font with caryatides
Since cloistered at Goito; only, these
Are up and doing, not abashed, a troop
Able to right themselveswho see you, stoop
Their arms o' the instant after you! Unplucked
By this or that, you pass; for they conduct
To terrace raised on terrace, and, between,
Creatures of brighter mould and braver mien
Than any yet, the choicest of the Isle
No doubt. Here, left a sullen breathing-while,
Up-gathered on himself the Fighter stood
For his last fight, and, wiping treacherous blood
Out of the eyelids just held ope beneath
Those shading fingers in their iron sheath,
Steadied his strengths amid the buzz and stir
Of the dusk hideous amphitheatre
At the announcement of his over-match
To wind the day's diversion up, dispatch
The pertinactious Gaul: while, limbs one heap,
The Slave, no breath in her round mouth, watched leap
Dart after dart forth, as her hero's car
Clove dizzily the solid of the war
Let coil about his knees for pride in him.
We reach the farthest terrace, and the grim
San Pietro Palace stops us.
               Such the state
Of Salinguerra's plan to emulate
Sicilian marvels, that his girlish wife
Retrude still might lead her ancient life
In her new home: whereat enlarged so much
Neighbours upon the novel princely touch
He took,who here imprisons Boniface.
Here must the Envoys come to sue for grace;
And here, emerging from the labyrinth
Below, Sordello paused beside the plinth
Of the door-pillar.
          He had really left
Verona for the cornfields (a poor theft
From the morass) where Este's camp was made;
The Envoys' march, the Legate's cavalcade
All had been seen by him, but scarce as when,
Eager for cause to stand aloof from men
At every point save the fantastic tie
Acknowledged in his boyish sophistry,
He made account of such. A crowd,he meant
To task the whole of it; each part's intent
Concerned him therefore: and, the more he pried,
The less became Sordello satisfied
With his own figure at the moment. Sought
He respite from his task? Descried he aught
Novel in the anticipated sight
Of all these livers upon all delight?
This phalanx, as of myriad points combined,
Whereby he still had imaged the mankind
His youth was passed in dreams of rivalling,
His agein plans to prove at least such thing
Had been so dreamed,which now he must impress
With his own will, effect a happiness
By theirs,supply a body to his soul
Thence, and become eventually whole
With them as he had hoped to be without
Made these the mankind he once raved about?
Because a few of them were notable,
Should all be figured worthy note? As well
Expect to find Taurello's triple line
Of trees a single and prodigious pine.
Real pines rose here and there; but, close among,
Thrust into and mixed up with pines, a throng
Of shrubs, he saw,a nameless common sort
O'erpast in dreams, left out of the report
And hurried into corners, or at best
Admitted to be fancied like the rest.
Reckon that morning's proper chiefshow few!
And yet the people grew, the people grew,
Grew ever, as if the many there indeed,
More left behind and most who should succeed,
Simply in virtue of their mouths and eyes,
Petty enjoyments and huge miseries,
Mingled with, and made veritably great
Those chiefs: he overlooked not Mainard's state
Nor Concorezzi's station, but instead
Of stopping there, each dwindled to be head
Of infinite and absent Tyrolese
Or Paduans; startling all the more, that these
Seemed passive and disposed of, uncared for,
Yet doubtless on the whole (like Eglamor)
Smiling; for if a wealthy man decays
And out of store of robes must wear, all days,
One tattered suit, alike in sun and shade,
'T is commonly some tarnished gay brocade
Fit for a feast-night's flourish and no more:
Nor otherwise poor Misery from her store
Of looks is fain upgather, keep unfurled
For common wear as she goes through the world,
The faint remainder of some worn-out smile
Meant for a feast-night's service merely. While
Crowd upon crowd rose on Sordello thus,
(Crowds no way interfering to discuss,
Much less dispute, life's joys with one employed
In envying them,or, if they aught enjoyed,
Where lingered something indefinable
In every look and tone, the mirth as well
As woe, that fixed at once his estimate
Of the result, their good or bad estate)
Old memories returned with new effect:
And the new body, ere he could suspect,
Cohered, mankind and he were really fused,
The new self seemed impatient to be used
By him, but utterly another way
Than that anticipated: strange to say,
They were too much below him, more in thrall
Than he, the adjunct than the principal.
What booted scattered units?here a mind
And there, which might repay his own to find,
And stamp, and use?a few, howe'er august,
If all the rest were grovelling in the dust?
No: first a mighty equilibrium, sure,
Should he establish, privilege procure
For all, the few had long possessed! He felt
An error, an exceeding error melt:
While he was occupied with Mantuan chants,
Behoved him think of men, and take their wants,
Such as he now distinguished every side,
As his own want which might be satisfied,
And, after that, think of rare qualities
Of his own soul demanding exercise.
It followed naturally, through no claim
On their part, which made virtue of the aim
At serving them, on his,that, past retrieve,
He felt now in their toils, theirsnor could leave
Wonder how, in the eagerness to rule,
Impress his will on mankind, he (the fool!)
Had never even entertained the thought
That this his last arrangement might be fraught
with incidental good to them as well,
And that mankind's delight would help to swell
His own. So, if he sighed, as formerly
Because the merry time of life must fleet,
'T was deeplier now,for could the crowds repeat
Their poor experiences? His hand that shook
Was twice to be deplored. "The Legate, look!
"With eyes, like fresh-blown thrush-eggs on a thread,
"Faint-blue and loosely floating in his head,
"Large tongue, moist open mouth; and this long while
"That owner of the idiotic smile
"Serves them!"
       He fortunately saw in time
His fault however, and since the office prime
Includes the secondarybest accept
Both offices; Taurello, its adept,
Could teach him the preparatory one,
And how to do what he had fancied done
Long previously, ere take the greater task.
How render first these people happy? Ask
The people's friends: for there must be one good
One way to itthe Cause! He understood
The meaning now of Palma; why the jar
Else, the ado, the trouble wide and far
Of Guelfs and Ghibellins, the Lombard hope
And Rome's despair?'twixt Emperor and Pope
The confused shifting sort of Eden tale
Hardihood still recurring, still to fail
That foreign interloping fiend, this free
And native overbrooding deity:
Yet a dire fascination o'er the palms
The Kaiser ruined, troubling even the calms
Of paradise; or, on the other hand,
The Pontiff, as the Kaisers understand,
One snake-like cursed of God to love the ground,
Whose heavy length breaks in the noon profound
Some saving treewhich needs the Kaiser, dressed
As the dislodging angel of that pest:
Yet flames that pest bedropped, flat head, full fold,
With coruscating dower of dyes. "Behold
"The secret, so to speak, and master-spring
"O' the contest!which of the two Powers shall bring
"Men good, perchance the most good: ay, it may
"Be that!the question, which best knows the way."
And hereupon Count Mainard strutted past
Out of San Pietro; never seemed the last
Of archers, slingers: and our friend began
To recollect strange modes of serving man
Arbalist, catapult, brake, manganel,
And more. "This way of theirs may,who can tell?
"Need perfecting," said he: "let all be solved
"At once! Taurello 't is, the task devolved
"On late: confront Taurello!"
               And at last
He did confront him. Scarce an hour had past
When forth Sordello came, older by years
Than at his entry. Unexampled fears
Oppressed him, and he staggered off, blind, mute
And deaf, like some fresh-mutilated brute,
Into Ferraranot the empty town
That morning witnessed: he went up and down
Streets whence the veil had been stript shred by shred,
So that, in place of huddling with their dead
Indoors, to answer Salinguerra's ends,
Townsfolk make shift to crawl forth, sit like friends
With any one. A woman gave him choice
Of her two daughters, the infantile voice
Or the dimpled knee, for half a chain, his throat
Was clasped with; but an archer knew the coat
Its blue cross and eight lilies,bade beware
One dogging him in concert with the pair
Though thrumming on the sleeve that hid his knife.
Night set in early, autumn dews were rife,
They kindled great fires while the Leaguers' mass
Began at every carroch: he must pass
Between the kneeling people. Presently
The carroch of Verona caught his eye
With purple trappings; silently he bent
Over its fire, when voices violent
Began, "Affirm not whom the youth was like
"That struck me from the porch: I did not strike
"Again: I too have chestnut hair; my kin
"Hate Azzo and stand up for Ecelin.
"Here, minstrel, drive bad thoughts away! Sing! Take
"My glove for guerdon!" And for that man's sake
He turned: "A song of Eglamor's!"scarce named,
When, "Our Sordello's rather!"all exclaimed;
"Is not Sordello famousest for rhyme?"
He had been happy to deny, this time,
Profess as heretofore the aching head
And failing heart,suspect that in his stead
Some true Apollo had the charge of them,
Was champion to reward or to condemn,
So his intolerable risk might shift
Or share itself; but Naddo's precious gift
Of gifts, he owned, be certain! At the close
"I made that," said he to a youth who rose
As if to hear: 't was Palma through the band
Conducted him in silence by her hand.
Back now for Salinguerra. Tito of Trent
Gave place to Palma and her friend, who went
In turn at Montelungo's visit: one
After the other were they come and gone,
These spokesmen for the Kaiser and the Pope,
This incarnation of the People's hope,
Sordello,all the say of each was said;
And Salinguerra sat,himself instead
Of these to talk with, lingered musing yet.
'T was a drear vast presence-chamber roughly set
In order for the morning's use; full face,
The Kaiser's ominous sign-mark had first place,
The crowned grim twy-necked eagle, coarsely-blacked
With ochre on the naked wall; nor lacked
Romano's green and yellow either side;
But the new token Tito brought had tried
The Legate's patiencenay, if Palma knew
What Salinguerra almost meant to do
Until the sight of her restored his lip
A certain half-smile, three months' chieftainship
Had banished! Afterward, the Legate found
No change in him, nor asked what badge he wound
And unwound carelessly. Now sat the Chief
Silent as when our couple left, whose brief
Encounter wrought so opportune effect
In thoughts he summoned not, nor would reject,
Though time 't was now if ever, to pausefix
On any sort of ending: wiles and tricks
Exhausted, judge! his charge, the crazy town,
Just managed to be hindered crashing down
His last sound troops rangedcare observed to post
His best of the maimed soldiers innermost
So much was plain enough, but somehow struck
Him not before. And now with this strange luck
Of Tito's news, rewarding his address
So well, what thought he of?how the success
With Friedrich's rescript there, would either hush
Old Ecelin's scruples, bring the manly flush
To his young son's white cheek, or, last, exempt
Himself from telling what there was to tempt?
No: that this minstrel was Romano's last
Servanthimself the first! Could he contrast
The whole!that minstrel's thirty years just spent
In doing nought, their notablest event
This morning's journey hither, as I told
Who yet was lean, outworn and really old,
A stammering awkward man that scarce dared raise
His eye before the magisterial gaze
And Salinguerra with his fears and hopes
Of sixty years, his Emperors and Popes,
Cares and contrivances, yet, you would say,
'T was a youth nonchalantly looked away
Through the embrasure northward o'er the sick
Expostulating treesso agile, quick
And graceful turned the head on the broad chest
Encased in pliant steel, his constant vest,
Whence split the sun off in a spray of fire
Across the room; and, loosened of its tire
Of steel, that head let breathe the comely brown
Large massive locks discoloured as if a crown
Encircled them, so frayed the basnet where
A sharp white line divided clean the hair;
Glossy above, glossy below, it swept
Curling and fine about a brow thus kept
Calm, laid coat upon coat, marble and sound:
This was the mystic mark the Tuscan found,
Mused of, turned over books about. Square-faced,
No lion more; two vivid eyes, enchased
In hollows filled with many a shade and streak
Settling from the bold nose and bearded cheek.
Nor might the half-smile reach them that deformed
A lip supremely perfect elseunwarmed,
Unwidened, less or more; indifferent
Whether on trees or men his thoughts were bent,
Thoughts rarely, after all, in trim and train
As now a period was fulfilled again:
Of such, a series made his life, compressed
In each, one story serving for the rest
How his life-streams rolling arrived at last
At the barrier, whence, were it once overpast,
They would emerge, a river to the end,
Gathered themselves up, paused, bade fate befriend,
Took the leap, hung a minute at the height,
Then fell back to oblivion infinite:
Therefore he smiled. Beyond stretched garden-grounds
Where late the adversary, breaking bounds,
Had gained him an occasion, That above,
That eagle, testified he could improve
Effectually. The Kaiser's symbol lay
Beside his rescript, a new badge by way
Of baldric; while,another thing that marred
Alike emprise, achievement and reward,
Ecelin's missive was conspicuous too.
What past life did those flying thoughts pursue?
As his, few names in Mantua half so old;
But at Ferrara, where his sires enrolled
It latterly, the Adelardi spared
No pains to rival them: both factions shared
Ferrara, so that, counted out, 't would yield
A product very like the city's shield,
Half black and white, or Ghibellin and Guelf
As after Salinguerra styled himself
And Este who, till Marchesalla died,
(Last of the Adelardi)never tried
His fortune there: with Marchesalla's child
Would pass,could Blacks and Whites be reconciled
And young Taurello wed Linguetta,wealth
And sway to a sole grasp. Each treats by stealth
Already: when the Guelfs, the Ravennese
Arrive, assault the Pietro quarter, seize
Linguetta, and are gone! Men's first dismay
Abated somewhat, hurries down, to lay
The after indignation, Boniface,
This Richard's father. "Learn the full disgrace
"Averted, ere you blame us Guelfs, who rate
"Your Salinguerra, your sole potentate
"That might have been, 'mongst Este's valvassors
"Ay, Azzo'swho, not privy to, abhors
"Our step; but we were zealous." Azzo then
To do with! Straight a meeting of old men:
"Old Salinguerra dead, his heir a boy,
"What if we change our ruler and decoy
"The Lombard Eagle of the azure sphere
"With Italy to build in, fix him here,
"Settle the city's troubles in a trice?
"For private wrong, let public good suffice!"
In fine, young Salinguerra's staunchest friends
Talked of the townsmen making him amends,
Gave him a goshawk, and affirmed there was
Rare sport, one morning, over the green grass
A mile or so. He sauntered through the plain,
Was restless, fell to thinking, turned again
In time for Azzo's entry with the bride;
Count Boniface rode smirking at their side;
"She brings him half Ferrara," whispers flew,
"And all Ancona! If the stripling knew!"
Anon the stripling was in Sicily
Where Heinrich ruled in right of Constance; he
Was gracious nor his guest incapable;
Each understood the other. So it fell,
One Spring, when Azzo, thoroughly at ease,
Had near forgotten by what precise degrees
He crept at first to such a downy seat,
The Count trudged over in a special heat
To bid him of God's love dislodge from each
Of Salinguerra's palaces,a breach
Might yawn else, not so readily to shut,
For who was just arrived at Mantua but
The youngster, sword on thigh and tuft on chin,
With tokens for Celano, Ecelin,
Pistore, and the like! Next news,no whit
Do any of Ferrara's domes befit
His wife of Heinrich's very blood: a band
Of foreigners assemble, understand
Garden-constructing, level and surround,
Build up and bury in. A last news crowned
The consternation: since his infant's birth,
He only waits they end his wondrous girth
Of trees that link San Pietro with Tom,
To visit Mantua. When the Podest
Ecelin, at Vicenza, called his friend
Taurello thither, what could be their end
But to restore the Ghibellins' late Head,
The Kaiser helping? He with most to dread
From vengeance and reprisal, Azzo, there
With Boniface beforehand, as aware
Of plots in progress, gave alarm, expelled
Both plotters: but the Guelfs in triumph yelled
Too hastily. The burning and the flight,
And how Taurello, occupied that night
With Ecelin, lost wife and son, I told:
Not how he bore the blow, retained his hold,
Got friends safe through, left enemies the worst
O' the fray, and hardly seemed to care at first:
But afterward men heard not constantly
Of Salinguerra's House so sure to be!
Though Azzo simply gained by the event
A shifting of his plaguesthe first, content
To fall behind the second and estrange
So far his nature, suffer such a change
That in Romano sought he wife and child,
And for Romano's sake seemed reconciled
To losing individual life, which shrunk
As the other prosperedmortised in his trunk;
Like a dwarf palm which wanton Arabs foil
Of bearing its own proper wine and oil,
By grafting into it the stranger-vine,
Which sucks its heart out, sly and serpentine,
Till forth one vine-palm feathers to the root,
And red drops moisten the insipid fruit.
Once Adelaide set on,the subtle mate
Of the weak soldier, urged to emulate
The Church's valiant women deed for deed,
And paragon her namesake, win the meed
O' the great Matilda,soon they overbore
The rest of Lombardy,not as before
By an instinctive truculence, but patched
The Kaiser's strategy until it matched
The Pontiff's, sought old ends by novel means.
"Only, why is it Salinguerra screens
"Himself behind Romano?him we bade
"Enjoy our shine i' the front, not seek the shade!"
Asked Heinrich, somewhat of the tardiest
To comprehend. Nor Philip acquiesced
At once in the arrangement; reasoned, plied
His friend with offers of another bride,
A statelier functionfruitlessly: 't was plain
Taurello through some weakness must remain
Obscure. And Otho, free to judge of both
Ecelin the unready, harsh and loth,
And this more plausible and facile wight
With every point a-sparklechose the right,
Admiring how his predecessors harped
On the wrong man: "thus," quoth he, "wits are warped
"By outsides!" Carelessly, meanwhile, his life
Suffered its many turns of peace and strife
In many landsyou hardly could surprise
The man; who shamed Sordello (recognize!)
In this as much beside, that, unconcerned
What qualities were natural or earned,
With no ideal of graces, as they came
He took them, singularly well the same
Speaking the Greek's own language, just because
Your Greek eludes you, leave the least of flaws
In contracts with him; while, since Arab lore
Holds the stars' secrettake one trouble more
And master it! 'T is done, and now deter
Who may the Tuscan, once Jove trined for her,
From Friedrich's path!Friedrich, whose pilgrimage
The same man puts aside, whom he 'll engage
To leave next year John Brienne in the lurch,
Come to Bassano, see Saint Francis' church
And judge of Guido the Bolognian's piece
Which,lend Taurello credit,rivals Greece
Angels, with aureoles like golden quoits
Pitched home, applauding Ecelin's exploits.
For elegance, he strung the angelot,
Made rhymes thereto; for prowess, clove he not
Tiso, last siege, from crest to crupper? Why
Detail you thus a varied mastery
But to show how Taurello, on the watch
For men, to read their hearts and thereby catch
Their capabilities and purposes,
Displayed himself so far as displayed these:
While our Sordello only cared to know
About men as a means whereby he 'd show
Himself, and men had much or little worth
According as they kept in or drew forth
That self; the other's choicest instruments
Surmised him shallow.
           Meantime, malcontents
Dropped off, town after town grew wiser. "How
"Change the world's face?" asked people; "as 't is now
"It has been, will be ever: very fine
"Subjecting things profane to things divine,
"In talk! This contumacy will fatigue
"The vigilance of Este and the League!
"The Ghibellins gain on us!"as it happed.
Old Azzo and old Boniface, entrapped
By Ponte Alto, both in one month's space
Slept at Verona: either left a brace
Of sonsbut, three years after, either's pair
Lost Guglielm and Aldobrand its heir:
Azzo remained and Richardall the stay
Of Este and Saint Boniface, at bay
As 't were. Then, either Ecelin grew old
Or his brain alterednot o' the proper mould
For new applianceshis old palm-stock
Endured no influx of strange strengths. He 'd rock
As in a drunkenness, or chuckle low
As proud of the completeness of his woe,
Then weep real tears;now make some mad onslaught
On Este, heedless of the lesson taught
So painfully,now cringe for peace, sue peace
At price of past gain, bar of fresh increase
To the fortunes of Romano. Up at last
Rose Este, down Romano sank as fast.
And men remarked these freaks of peace and war
Happened while Salinguerra was afar:
Whence every friend besought him, all in vain,
To use his old adherent's wits again.
Not he!"who had advisers in his sons,
"Could plot himself, nor needed any one's
"Advice." 'T was Adelaide's remaining staunch
Prevented his destruction root and branch
Forthwith; but when she died, doom fell, for gay
He made alliances, gave lands away
To whom it pleased accept them, and withdrew
For ever from the world. Taurello, who
Was summoned to the convent, then refused
A word at the wicket, patience thus abused,
Promptly threw off alike his imbecile
Ally's yoke, and his own frank, foolish smile.
Soon a few movements of the happier sort
Changed matters, put himself in men's report
As heretofore; he had to fight, beside,
And that became him ever. So, in pride
And flushing of this kind of second youth,
He dealt a good-will blow. Este in truth
Lay proneand men remembered, somewhat late,
A laughing old outrageous stifled hate
He bore to Estehow it would outbreak
At times spite of disguise, like an earthquake
In sunny weatheras that noted day
When with his hundred friends he tried to slay
Azzo before the Kaiser's face: and how,
On Azzo's calm refusal to allow
A liegeman's challenge, straight he too was calmed:
As if his hate could bear to lie embalmed,
Bricked up, the moody Pharaoh, and survive
All intermediate crumblings, to arrive
At earth's catastrophe't was Este's crash
Not Azzo's he demanded, so, no rash
Procedure! Este's true antagonist
Rose out of Ecelin: all voices whist,
All eyes were sharpened, wits predicted. He
'T was, leaned in the embrasure absently,
Amused with his own efforts, now, to trace
With his steel-sheathed forefinger Friedrich's face
I' the dust: but as the trees waved sere, his smile
Deepened, and words expressed its thought erewhile.
"Ay, fairly housed at last, my old compeer?
"That we should stick together, all the year
"I kept Vicenza!How old Boniface,
"Old Azzo caught us in its market-place,
"He by that pillar, I at this,caught each
"In mid swing, more than fury of his speech,
"Egging the rabble on to disavow
"Allegiance to their MarquisBacchus, how
"They boasted! Ecelin must turn their drudge,
"Nor, if released, will Salinguerra grudge
"Paying arrears of tribute due long since
"Bacchus! My man could promise then, nor wince
"The bones-and-muscles! Sound of wind and limb,
"Spoke he the set excuse I framed for him:
"And now he sits me, slavering and mute,
"Intent on chafing each starved purple foot
"Benumbed past aching with the altar slab:
"Will no vein throb there when some monk shall blab
"Spitefully to the circle of bald scalps,
"'Friedrich 's affirmed to be our side the Alps'
"Eh, brother Lactance, brother Anaclet?
"Sworn to abjure the world, its fume and fret,
"God's own now? Drop the dormitory bar,
"Enfold the scanty grey serge scapular
"Twice o'er the cowl to muffle memories out!
"So! But the midnight whisper turns a shout,
"Eyes wink, mouths open, pulses circulate
"In the stone walls: the past, the world you hate
"Is with you, ambush, open fieldor see
"The surging flamewe fire Vicenzaglee!
"Follow, let Pilio and Bernardo chafe!
"Bring up the Mantuansthrough San Biagiosafe!
"Ah, the mad people waken? Ah, they writhe
"And reach us? If they block the gate? No tithe
"Can passkeep back, you Bassanese! The edge,
"Use the edgeshear, thrust, hew, melt down the wedge,
"Let out the black of those black upturned eyes!
"Hellare they sprinkling fire too? The blood fries
"And hisses on your brass gloves as they tear
"Those upturned faces choking with despair.
"Brave! Slidder through the reeking gate! `How now?
"'You six had charge of her?' And then the vow
"Comes, and the foam spirts, hair's plucked, till one shriek
"(I hear it) and you flingyou cannot speak
"Your gold-flowered basnet to a man who haled
"The Adelaide he dared scarce view unveiled
"This morn, naked across the fire: how crown
"The archer that exhausted lays you down
"Your infant, smiling at the flame, and dies?
"While one, while mine . . .
               "Bacchus! I think there lies
"More than one corpse there" (and he paced the room)
"Another cinder somewhere: 't was my doom
"Beside, my doom! If Adelaide is dead,
"I live the same, this Azzo lives instead
"Of that to me, and we pull, any how,
"Este into a heap: the matter 's now
"At the true juncture slipping us so oft.
"Ay, Heinrich died and Otho, please you, doffed
"His crown at such a juncture! Still, if hold
"Our Friedrich's purpose, if this chain enfold
"The neck of . . . who but this same Ecelin
"That must recoil when the best days begin!
"Recoil? that 's nought; if the recoiler leaves
"His name for me to fight with, no one grieves:
"But he must interfere, forsooth, unlock
"His cloister to become my stumbling-block
"Just as of old! Ay, ay, there 't is again
"The land's inevitable Headexplain
"The reverences that subject us! Count
"These Ecelins now! Not to say as fount,
"Originating power of thought,from twelve
"That drop i' the trenches they joined hands to delve,
"Six shall surpass him, but . . . why men must twine
"Somehow with something! Ecelin 's a fine
"Clear name! 'Twere simpler, doubtless, twine with me
"At once: our cloistered friend's capacity
"Was of a sort! I had to share myself
"In fifty portions, like an o'ertasked elf
"That 's forced illume in fifty points the vast
"Rare vapour he 's environed by. At last
"My strengths, though sorely frittered, e'en converge
"And crown . . . no, Bacchus, they have yet to urge
"The man be crowned!
           "That aloe, an he durst,
"Would climb! Just such a bloated sprawler first
"I noted in Messina's castle-court
"The day I came, when Heinrich asked in sport
"If I would pledge my faith to win him back
"His right in Lombardy: 'for, once bid pack
"Marauders,' he continued, `in my stead
"'You rule, Taurello!' and upon this head
`Laid the silk glove of ConstanceI see her
"Too, mantled head to foot in miniver,
"Retrude following!
          "I am absolved
"From further toil: the empery devolved
"On me, 't was Tito's word: I have to lay
"For once my plan, pursue my plan my way,
"Prompt nobody, and render an account
"Taurello to Taurello! Nay, I mount
"To Friedrich: he conceives the post I kept,
"Who did true service, able or inept,
"Who 's worthy guerdon, Ecelin or I.
"Me guerdoned, counsel follows: would he vie
"With the Pope really? Azzo, Boniface
"Compose a right-arm Hohenstauffen's race
"Must break ere govern Lombardy. I point
"How easy 't were to twist, once out of joint,
"The socket from the bone: my Azzo's stare
"Meanwhile! for I, this idle strap to wear,
"Shallfret myself abundantly, what end
"To serve? There 's left me twenty years to spend
"How better than my old way? Had I one
"Who laboured overthrow my worka son
"Hatching with Azzo superb treachery,
"To root my pines up and then poison me,
"Suppose't were worth while frustrate that! Beside,
"Another life's ordained me: the world's tide
"Rolls, and what hope of parting from the press
"Of waves, a single wave though weariness
"Gently lifted aside, laid upon shore?
"My life must be lived out in foam and roar,
"No question. Fifty years the province held
"Taurello; troubles raised, and troubles quelled,
"He in the midstwho leaves this quaint stone place,
"These trees a year or two, then not a trace
"Of him! How obtain hold, fetter men's tongues
"Like this poor minstrel with the foolish songs
"To which, despite our bustle, he is linked?
"Flowers one may teaze, that never grow extinct.
"Ay, that patch, surely, green as ever, where
"I set Her Moorish lentisk, by the stair,
"To overawe the aloes; and we trod
"Those flowers, how call you such?into the sod;
"A stately foreignera world of pain
"To make it thrive, arrest rough windsall vain!
"It would decline; these would not be destroyed:
"And now, where is it? where can you avoid
"The flowers? I frighten children twenty years
"Longer!which way, too, Ecelin appears
"To thwart me, for his son's besotted youth
"Gives promise of the proper tigertooth:
"They feel it at Vicenza! Fate, fate, fate,
"My fine Taurello! Go you, promulgate
"Friedrich's decree, and here 's shall aggrandise
"Young Ecelinyour Prefect's badge! a prize
"Too precious, certainly.
             "How now? Compete
"With my old comrade? shuffle from their seat
"His children? Paltry dealing! Do n't I know
"Ecelin? now, I think, and years ago!
"What 's changedthe weakness? did not I compound
"For that, and undertake to keep him sound
"Despite it? Here 's Taurello hankering
"After a boy's prefermentthis plaything
"To carry, Bacchus!" And he laughed.
Why schemes wherein cold-blooded men embark
Prosper, when your enthusiastic sort
Fail: while these last are ever stopping short
(So much they shouldso little they can do!)
The careless tribe see nothing to pursue
If they desist; meantime their scheme succeeds.
Thoughts were caprices in the course of deeds
Methodic with Taurello; so, he turned,
Enough amused by fancies fairly earned
Of Este's horror-struck submitted neck,
And Richard, the cowed braggart, at his beck,
To his own petty but immediate doubt
If he could pacify the League without
Conceding Richard; just to this was brought
That interval of vain discursive thought!
As, shall I say, some Ethiop, past pursuit
Of all enslavers, dips a shackled foot
Burnt to the blood, into the drowsy black
Enormous watercourse which guides him back
To his own tribe again, where he is king;
And laughs because he guesses, numbering
The yellower poison-wattles on the pouch
Of the first lizard wrested from its couch
Under the slime (whose skin, the while, he strips
To cure his nostril with, and festered lips,
And eyeballs bloodshot through the desert-blast)
That he has reached its boundary, at last
May breathe;thinks o'er enchantments of the South
Sovereign to plague his enemies, their mouth,
Eyes, nails, and hair; but, these enchantments tried
In fancy, puts them soberly aside
For truth, projects a cool return with friends,
The likelihood of winning mere amends
Ere long; thinks that, takes comfort silently,
Then, from the river's brink, his wrongs and he,
Hugging revenge close to their hearts, are soon
Off-striding for the Mountains of the Moon.
Midnight: the watcher nodded on his spear,
Since clouds dispersing left a passage clear
For any meagre and discoloured moon
To venture forth; and such was peering soon
Above the harassed cityher close lanes
Closer, not half so tapering her fanes,
As though she shrunk into herself to keep
What little life was saved, more safely. Heap
By heap the watch-fires mouldered, and beside
The blackest spoke Sordello and replied
Palma with none to listen. "'T is your cause:
"What makes a Ghibellin? There should be laws
"(Remember how my youth escaped! I trust
"To you for manhood, Palma! tell me just
"As any child)there must be laws at work
"Explaining this. Assure me, good may lurk
"Under the bad,my multitude has part
"In your designs, their welfare is at heart
"With Salinguerra, to their interest
"Refer the deeds he dwelt on,so divest
"Our conference of much that scared me. Why
"Affect that heartless tone to Tito? I
"Esteemed myself, yes, in my inmost mind
"This morn, a recreant to my racemankind
"O'erlooked till now: why boast my spirit's force,
"Such force denied its object? why divorce
"These, then admire my spirit's flight the same
"As though it bore up, helped some half-orbed flame
"Else quenched in the dead void, to living space?
"That orb cast off to chaos and disgrace,
"Why vaunt so much my unencumbered dance,
"Making a feat's facilities enhance
"Its marvel? But I front Taurello, one
"Of happier fate, and all I should have done,
"He does; the people's good being paramount
"With him, their progress may perhaps account
"For his abiding still; whereas you heard
"The talk with Titothe excuse preferred
"For burning those five hostages,and broached
"By way of blind, as you and I approached,
"I do believe."
        She spoke: then he, "My thought
"Plainlier expressed! All to your profitnought
"Meantime of these, of conquests to achieve
"For them, of wretchedness he might relieve
"While profiting your party. Azzo, too,
"Supports a cause: what cause? Do Guelfs pursue
"Their ends by means like yours, or better?"
The Guelfs were proved alike, men weighed with men,
And deed with deed, blaze, blood, with blood and blaze,
Morn broke: "Once more, Sordello, meet its gaze
"Proudlythe people's charge against thee fails
"In every point, while either party quails!
"These are the busy ones: be silent thou!
"Two parties take the world up, and allow
"No third, yet have one principle, subsist
"By the same injustice; whoso shall enlist
"With either, ranks with man's inveterate foes.
"So there is one less quarrel to compose:
"The Guelf, the Ghibellin may be to curse
"I have done nothing, but both sides do worse
"Than nothing. Nay, to me, forgotten, reft
"Of insight, lapped by trees and flowers, was left
"The notion of a serviceha? What lured
"Me here, what mighty aim was I assured
"Must move Taurello? What if there remained
"A cause, intact, distinct from these, ordained
"For me, its true discoverer?"
                Some one pressed
Before them here, a watcher, to suggest
The subject for a ballad: "They must know
"The tale of the dead worthy, long ago
"Consul of Romethat 's long ago for us,
"Minstrels and bowmen, idly squabbling thus
`In the world's cornerbut too late no doubt,
"For the brave time he sought to bring about.
"Not know Crescentius Nomentanus?" Then
He cast about for terms to tell him, when
Sordello disavowed it, how they used
Whenever their Superior introduced
A novice to the Brotherhood("for I
"Was just a brown-sleeve brother, merrily
"Appointed too," quoth he, "till Innocent
"Bade me relinquish, to my small content,
"My wife or my brown sleeves")some brother spoke
Ere nocturns of Crescentius, to revoke
The edict issued, after his demise,
Which blotted fame alike and effigies,
All out except a floating power, a name
Including, tending to produce the same
Great act. Rome, dead, forgotten, lived at least
Within that brain, though to a vulgar priest
And a vile stranger,two not worth a slave
Of Rome's, Pope John, King Otho,fortune gave
The rule there: so, Crescentius, haply dressed
In white, called Roman Consul for a jest,
Taking the people at their word, forth stepped
As upon Brutus' heel, nor ever kept
Rome waiting,stood erect, and from his brain
Gave Rome out on its ancient place again,
Ay, bade proceed with Brutus' Rome, Kings styled
Themselves mere citizens of, and, beguiled
Into great thoughts thereby, would choose the gem
Out of a lapfull, spoil their diadem
The Senate's cypher was so hard to scratch
He flashes like a phanal, all men catch
The flame, Rome 's just accomplished! when returned
Otho, with John, the Consul's step had spurned,
And Hugo Lord of Este, to redress
The wrongs of each. Crescentius in the stress
Of adverse fortune bent. "They crucified
"Their Consul in the Forum; and abide
"E'er since such slaves at Rome, that I(for I
"Was once a brown-sleeve brother, merrily
"Appointed)I had option to keep wife
"Or keep brown sleeves, and managed in the strife
"Lose both. A song of Rome!"
               And Rome, indeed,
Robed at Goito in fantastic weed,
The Mother-City of his Mantuan days,
Looked an established point of light whence rays
Traversed the world; for, all the clustered homes
Beside of men, seemed bent on being Romes
In their degree; the question was, how each
Should most resemble Rome, clean out of reach.
Nor, of the Two, did either principle
Struggle to change, but to possess Rome,still
Guelf Rome or Ghibellin Rome.
               Let Rome advance!
Rome, as she struck Sordello's ignorance
How could he doubt one moment? Rome 's the Cause!
Rome of the Pandects, all the world's new laws
Of the Capitol, of Castle Angelo;
New structures, that inordinately glow,
Subdued, brought back to harmony, made ripe
By many a relic of the archetype
Extant for wonder; every upstart church
That hoped to leave old temples in the lurch,
Corrected by the Theatre forlorn
That,as a mundane shell, its world late born,
Lay and o'ershadowed it. These hints combined,
Rome typifies the scheme to put mankind
Once more in full possession of their rights.
"Let us have Rome again! On me it lights
"To build up Romeon me, the first and last:
"For such a future was endured the past!"
And thus, in the grey twilight, forth he sprung
To give his thought consistency among
The very Peoplelet their facts avail
Finish the dream grown from the archer's tale.

~ Robert Browning, Sordello - Book the Fourth


   13 Integral Yoga
   2 Poetry
   2 Occultism
   1 Mysticism
   1 Fiction

   16 Sri Aurobindo
   2 R Buckminster Fuller
   2 James George Frazer

   13 Record of Yoga
   2 The Golden Bough
   2 Synergetics - Explorations in the Geometry of Thinking

000 - Humans in Universe, #Synergetics - Explorations in the Geometry of Thinking, #R Buckminster Fuller, #Science
  could carry great cargoes.000.116 In the 1850s humans arrived at the mass production of steel, an alloy of
  iron, carbon, and manganese having a tensile strength of 50,000 p.s.i. as well as a
  compression-resisting capability of 50.000 p.s.i. Steel has the same compression-

100.00 - Synergy, #Synergetics - Explorations in the Geometry of Thinking, #R Buckminster Fuller, #Science
  about by synergy.109.02 In chrome-nickel-steel, the primary constituents are iron, chromium, and
  nickel. There are minor constituents of carbon, manganese, and others. It is a very
  popular way of thinking to say that a chain is no stronger than its weakest link.

1.17 - The Burden of Royalty, #The Golden Bough, #unset, #Zen
  In mangaia, a Polynesian island, religious and civil authority were
  lodged in separate hands, spiritual functions being discharged by a

1.18 - The Perils of the Soul, #The Golden Bough, #unset, #Zen
  mid-day, because they fancy that by doing so a man may lose the
  shadow of his soul. The mangaians tell of a mighty warrior,
  Tukaitawa, whose strength waxed and waned with the length of his

1f.lovecraft - Winged Death, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Zen
   physicians medical case, a bottle of hydrochloric acid, and a tumbler
   about a quarter full of black oxide of manganese.
   The worn leather book was the journal of the dead man on the floor, and
   ought not to be stopping to write in this journal.
   LaterBoth chemicalshydrochloric acid and manganese dioxideon the
   table all ready to mix. Ive tied the handkerchief over my nose and
   keeping the bottle handy for further applications. This will be the
   final entry before I mix the acid and manganese and liberate the
   chlorine. I ought not to be losing time, but it steadies me to get
   bottles of ammonia and hydrochloric acid, and a tumbler about a quarter
   full of black manganese dioxide. The ammonia bottle demanded a second
   look because something besides the fluid seemed to be in it. Looking

1.rb - Sordello - Book the Fourth, #Browning - Poems, #Robert Browning, #Poetry
  Couched like a king each on its bank of earth
  Arbalist, manganel and catapult;
  While stationed by, as waiting a result,
  To recollect strange modes of serving man
  Arbalist, catapult, brake, manganel,
  And more. "This way of theirs may,who can tell?

1.wby - To Ireland In The Coming Times, #Yeats - Poems, #William Butler Yeats, #Poetry
  Nor may I less be counted one
  With Davis, mangan, Ferguson,
  Because, to him who ponders well,

2.01 - The Yoga and Its Objects, #Essays In Philosophy And Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  {vABd^ EvjAnt,. t/ ko moh, k, fok ek(vmn,p[yt,;
  "When all created things become one with a man's self by his getting the knowledge (vijnana), thereafter what bewilderment can he have or what grief, when in all things he sees their oneness?" The whole world then appears to us in a changed aspect, as an ocean of beauty, good, light, bliss, exultant movement on a basis of eternal strength and peace. We see all things as subha, siva, mangala, anandamaya. We become one in soul with all beings, sarvabhutatma-bhutatma, and, having steadfastly this experience, are able by contact, by oneness, by the reaching out of love, to communicate it to others, so that we become a centre

4.13 - The Action of Equality, #The Synthesis Of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The perfected action of equality transforms all the values of things on the basis of the divine anandamaya power. The outward action may remain what it was or may change, that must be as the Spirit directs and according to the need of the work to be done for the world, -- but the whole inner action is of another kind. The shakti in its different powers of knowledge, action, enjoyment, creation, formulation, will direct itself to the different aims of existence, but in another spirit; they will be the aims, the fruits, the lines of working laid down by the Divine from his light above, not anything claimed by the ego for its own separate sake. The mind, the heart, the vital being, the body itself will be satisfied with whatever comes to them from the dispensation of the Master of the being and in that find a subtlest and yet fullest spiritualised satisfaction and delight; but the divine knowledge and will above will work forward towards its farther ends. Here both success and failure lose their present meanings. There can be no failure; for whatever happens is the intention of the Master of the worlds, not final, but a step on his way, and if it appears as an opposition, a defeat, a denial, even for the moment a total denial of the aim set before the instrumental being, it is so only in appearance and afterwards it will appear in its right place in the economy of his action, -- a fuller supramental vision may even see at once or beforeh and its necessity and its true relation to the eventual result to which it seems so contrary and even perhaps its definite prohibition. Or, if -- while the light is deficient, -- there has been a misinterpretation whether with regard to the aim or the course of the action and the steps of the result, the failure comes as a rectification and is calmly accepted without bringing discouragement or a fluctuation of the will. In the end it is found that there is no such thing as failure and the soul takes an equal passive or active delight in all happenings as the steps and formulations of the divine Will. The same evolution takes place with regard to good fortune and ill fortune, the pleasant and the unpleasant in every form, mangala a mangala, priya apriya.

r1912 01 13, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   The last record covered the period from Dec 12th. 1911 to January 11th 1912.1 Liberated from anticipation, it was a pure record of fact and experience, but its correctness was sometimes vitiated by a misvaluation of the significance of the fact through over-appreciation or depreciation. It is intended that the present record should be free from this defect.Ananda has very fully established itself in the field of the indriyas. All sights, sounds, smells, tastes, touches, movements, actions, are now pleasurable or give pleasure; all carry with them the rasagrahana or appreciation of the beauty of the gunas which they are in expression, the joy of the vijnana in them (the basis of chidghana ananda), the joy of the heart in them (the basis of premananda), the joy of the body in them (the basis of the kamananda), the joy of the mind as indriya in them (the basis of the ahaituka ananda). All this joy is of the nature of bhoga from which the ananda is beginning to emerge. Joy of the spirit in the Ekam which expresses itself (the basis of shuddhananda, chidananda & sadananda together making kaivalyananda) is as yet obscure & involved in the lower anandas. Since yesterday, the ahaituka kamananda & today the sahaituka tivrananda are manifesting. Yesterday also the discomfort of heat & cold and pain were again exiled, though not entirely. Experiments made with the body show that below a certain intensity all pain now gives ananda of bhoga at the time of the feeling of pain, & pain beyond that degree brings it after the immediate acuteness has passed. Sometimes sahaituka raudrananda results. As I write ahaituka tivrananda, raudrananda & vaidyutananda (negative) are recommencing; also vishayananda sahaituka and ahaituka, begun yesterday, are becoming more definite. The bhoga of all these forms is already established. The greatest difficulty is found in the prolonged contact of intense heat with a sensitive part of the body, eg. the heated stone of the floor under the midday sun. The intensity of the heat to the sensation can be increased, lessened or inhibited by Will; the prolonged contact tends to remove the element of suffering unless the Will is made to increase or maintain it, or unless the stream of Will (chit-shakti) is kept tamasic suffering weakly the contact instead of meeting it. This daurbalyam has been created in order to bring about certain forms of intense ananda, chiefly viparita. It is possible, as is now clearly seen, to render it a great element of strong positive (not viparita) ananda, but in that case the daurbalyam must be merely a form of balam, in other words, it must be supported by dhairyam and anandadharanashakti.Ananda is now being extended to events. Even depression and sinking are met and claimed by a stream of ananda, and the place, necessity & delight of a mangalam, its true mangalamaya nature is being impressed by the jnanam not only on the buddhi but on the sanskaras of the manas, chitta, prana and material body.Pure varna manifested this morning in a form, (dense crude), so that all the material and possible variation of material for the crude forms is, in a way, ready and regularised; only the perfect crude forms have to be subjected to the same process. Other siddhis are in comparative abeyance awaiting the movement of the ananda.

r1912 07 13, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   The first chatusthaya is now acting in its completeness by completeness of samata & the hasyam no longer depends on mangala upalabdhi. The body is also being possessed by samata & universal ananda even in what was formerly mere pain or discomfort. Sahaituka vishayananda is resuming its old occasional strength which now promises to be normal. The others are also more common. Nirvisesha (ahaituka, but another term must be used) shuddhananda seems about to be established and it is asserted that it is established within and in the body.

r1913 11 11, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   The samat-chatusthaya is established, but allowed to be disturbed superficially. All that is needed is to get rid of the shadow of mangal mangala, siddhyasiddhi.

r1913 11 13, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   Discomfort of sensation is now being brought forward in order to be removed. All the indriyas are now free as well as pure, only the manas, or sensational mind remains; it has yet priyam & apriyam in the sensation. As for the thought-mind, mangalam & a mangalam, siddhi & asiddhi are now becoming for it two sides only of mangala & siddhi respectively. Failure is from Gods standpoint siddhi, since it is intended to be brought about as a step to some surer, higher or more complete success.

r1913 12 27, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   Telepathy is now entirely justified to the intellectual sraddha; it is seen now that every telepathic suggestion is true, all are being except for slight perversions correctly placed and only in their exaggeration by tapas into trikaldrishti is there any serious error or distortion. So also the wisdom & kalyanechcha of the Master of the Yoga are justified in every detail of priya apriya, mangala a mangala, the exact use & intention even being now generally evident either vaguely or precisely to the mental perception aided by the ideality. The absolute power over the Yoga is also evident, but the absolute power over the world is still a matter of ideal faith &, to the mind, of inferential faith, not of intellectual pratyaksha. So also the personal Love (prema & not kama) is not entirely justified to the perceptive manas & the prana, although justified to the heart.

r1913 12 28, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   A movement has now taken place which marks the final liberation of the jiva from the fragments of dwandwa ragadwesha in the outward world-consciousness (priya-apriya, mangala-a mangala) by the disappearance of the kartavya-akartavya, aptavya-anap-tavya. These things exist in the knowledge, but no longer in the emotional consciousness. The shadow of the old touches will fall for some time on the outer jada prakriti, but they will not be accepted by the organised consciousness of the jiva. Universal ananda is now hampered only by deficient physical mukti.

r1914 03 20, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   2) Blessings in disguiseie there will now be full & habitual perception of the mangala in the apparent a mangala.

r1914 10 09, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   In the subjective Ananda it invades sometimes and suspends or momentarily impairs the indriya rasa, but this rapidly rights itself. The force of Asiddhi is in the mangala mangala & still more in siddhi-asiddhi. By leaning with its full force on these weak points it has restored depression and unfaith.

r1914 10 12, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   Today physical Ananda, subjective Ananda of siddhyasiddhi, mangala mangala, organisation of Vijnana, pressure on Sharira.

r1914 11 26, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   The final perfection of the relations with the Lilamaya Ishwara has firmly begun. They are based on the madhura-dasya, the eternal Bala-Kishora-bhava & the Kautuka-krida. The difficulty that remains is on the side of the Jiva in the grave importance it attaches still to satya, mangala & siddhi.

r1914 12 20, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   Tertiary dasya in all parts of the system and in all actions is becoming entirely normal. With its development the stress of tapas and the sense of responsibility are being entirely removed. The remnants of agraha & asamata over siddhi, satyam, mangalam are also being dispersedAt the same time action is proceeding with a perfect energy and regularity of the Prakritic mental type, but not coordinated & perpetualised in energy by the vijnana

r1917 01 29, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   Samananda hardly at all interfered with; when a mangalabodha comes, it is anandamaya; the place of the a mangala as a step of the mangalya is usually understood at once.

r1917 03 07, #Record of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   As a result, partly, of the unsuccessful attack sama ananda is greatly streng thened & is increasing rapidly in force. It is finally overcoming the dwaita of siddhi & asiddhi, as it did the dwaita of mangala and a mangala.


--- Grep of noun manga
manganese bronze
manganese steel
manganese tetroxide
manganic acid

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Dragon Ball (1986 - 1989) - Dragon Ball (Japanese: Hepburn: Doragon Bru) is a Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation. It is an adaptation of the first 194 chapters of the manga of the same name created by Akira Toriyama, which were published in Weekly Shnen Jump from 1984 to 1988. The anime is co...
One Piece (1999 - Current) - One Piece is a steampunk manga and anime series created by artist Eiichiro Oda. It revolves around a crew of pirates led by captain Monkey D. Luffy, whose dream is to obtain the ultimate treasure One Piece that was left behind by the King of the Pirates, Gold Roger.
Cardcaptor Sakura (1998 - 2000) - It is up to Sakura to capture (while dealing with love and all the woes of normal life) all of the Clow cards; very powerful magical cards which magical effects depend on the card type. A well loved series based off the manga by CLAMP.
Speed Racer (1967 - 1997) - Speed Racer started out in Japan as a manga called "Mach Go Go." Wanting to break into an international market, the name (Go Mifune) was changed to Speed Racer. First premiering in 1967 (by Trans-Lux), the anime, about a boy and his race car the Mach 5, was an instant hit with young audiences. Thirt...
Mazinger Z (1972 - 1974) - first published as manga (comic) in Japan in 1972, Mazinger Z was then turned into a long-running anime television series later in the same year. It arrived in Europe in 1976 and it was a hit. Sadly, it arrived in America many years later when the 70's decade was gone. Mazinger Z remains the king of...
Shin Chan (1992 - Current) - Shin Chan is a Japanese manga and anime series written by Yoshito Usui. The title is commonly translated as either "Crayon Shin Chan" or "Crayon Shin-Chan" and is sold worldwide. The series follows the antics of five-year-old Shinnosuke Nohara and his parents, neighbors, friends, dog and many other...
Gigantor! (1966 - 1970) - Gigantor is This Giant Robot That Was Built to Save The World From All Kinds of Villains From Taking Over The World! This anime was based on the Japanese manga Tetsujin 28-go by Mitsuteru Yokoyama.
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Akazukin Chacha (Red Riding Hood Chacha) (1994 - 1995) - Akazukin Chacha or Red Riding Hood Chacha is a manga series created by Min Ayahana in 1991, which was serialized by Shueisha in Ribon Magazine in Japan between 1991 and 2000. Its 74-episode anime series was created by Nihon Ad Systems (NAS) and Studio Gallop, and first ran on TV Tokyo in Japan from...
New Dominion: Tank Police (1988 - 1992) - Dominion Tank Police (or just plain Dominion as it was called in Japan) is a Japanese OVA series based on the manga by cyberpunk master Masamune Shirow.
The Guyver (1989 - 1989) - The Guyver is a 12 episode OVA series based on the manga series by Yoshiki Takaya.
Record of the Lodoss War/Record of the Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight (1990 - 1998) - Record of the Lodoss War is a fantasy anime OVA series based on a popular series of books in Japan called Replays (these books were transcripts of Dungeons & Dragons role-playing games sessions headed by Ryo Mizuno). These Replays would include other spin offs into regular novels, manga and various...
Golden Boy (1995 - 1996) - Golden Boy is a Japanese comedy manga series written and illustrated by Tatsuya Egawa about a 25-year-old freeter, pervert, and "travelling student" named Kintaro Oe.
Princess Resurrection (2007 - 2011) - Kaibutsu jo, lit., Monster Princess)is a Japanese horror comedy manga by Yasunori Mitsunaga. The manga was serialized monthly in Monthly Shnen Sirius magazine and published by Kodansha.[1] A 26-episode anime series by Madhouse aired on TBS in 2007. Both the manga and anime are available in North A...
Death Note (2006 - 2007) - Death Note (Japanese: Hepburn: Desu Nto) is a Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. The story follows Light Yagami, a high school student who discovers a supernatural notebook from a Shinigami named Ryuk that grants its user the ability to kill anyone...
Oh My Goddess! (1993 - 1994) - Oh My Goddess is a fantasy/comedy/romance OVA series based on the popular manga by Kosuke Fujishima. While at his dorm alone, college student Keiichi Morisato tries to order some take out food but mistakenly calls the Goddess Relief Office. Suddenly a goddess named Belldandy shows up to grant Kosuke...
You're Under Arrest! (1996 - 2008) - Based on the best-selling manga series by creator Kosuke Fujishima (also the creator of Oh My Goddess), You're Under Arrest follows the exploits of two young policewomen in the Traffic Division of Bokuto Station.
Mew Mew Patrol (2002 - 2003) - Japanese anime show about a group of girls that get infused with cat powers to protect the Earth from aliens. The series is based off a manga series known as "Tokyo Mew Mew" in Japan.
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed MSV Astray (2004 - 2004) - Two animated shorts each featuring the characters and mecha of the Astray R and Astray B manga/novel series, as well as mobile suits from the Gundam SEED MSV (Mobile Suit Variations) model kit series.
Attack on Titan: Junior High (2015 - 2015) - The parody/spinoff re-imagines Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and other characters from the original manga as students and teachers at Titan Junior High School.
Bakuman. (2010 - Current) - Moritaka Mashiro, a junior high school student, content to live out a relatively normal life as any other does, is persuaded by his classmate, Akito Takagi, to become an aspiring mangaka when the latter realizes his natural talent as an artist. However, Moritaka is reluctant to pursue his dream as h...
Berserk (2016) (2016 - 2017) - This is a revived television adaptation of the manga after the 1997 anime of the same name, covering the Conviction arc from the manga. Also a second season, covering the first half of the Hawk of the Millennium Empire Arc.
Arcade Gamer Fubuki (2004 - 2004) - Arcade Gamer Fubuki is a manga series by Mine Yoshizaki, adapted into a 2002 anime series produced by Shaft, Bandai, and the Arcade Gamer Fubuki Committee. It was released directly on video.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (2012 - Current) - JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (Japanese: Hepburn: JoJo no Kimy na Bken), also known as JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation, is a Japanese anime television series produced by David Production based on the manga of the same name by Hirohiko Araki. The series focuses on the mysterious adven...
Shaman King (2001 - 2002) - Anime based on manga by Hiroyuki Takei, distributed by 4. Series main character is a shaman, Yoh Asakura.
Yume no Crayon Oukoku (1997 - 1999) - Yume no Crayon Oukoku[1] ( Yume no Kureyon koku?, lit. The Crayon Kingdom of Dreams) is a seventy-episode anime television series created by Toei Animation and broadcast from 1997 to 1999. It was based on the novel series by Reizo Fukunaga, and was adapted into a manga by Mine Yoshizaki and...
Ring ni Kakero (2004 - 2011) - or Put It All in the Ring,27 years after the first chapter debuted, the manga was finally adapted into an anime series by Toei Animation which premiered October 6, 2004 and was broadcast on TV Asahi. This covered the first story arc of the manga. Since Ring ni Kakero 2 was being serialized in Super...
Shnen Ninja Kaze no Fujimaru (1964 - 1965) - also known as Samurai Kid, is a Japanese anime series produced by Toei Animation. 65 episodes aired from 7 June 1964 until 31 August 1965. It tells the story of a ninja's pupil that controlled the wind.It was based on the manga Ishimaru of the Wind ( Kaze no Ishimaru) by Sanpei Shirato and was a...
Mainichi Kaasan (2009 - 2012) - literally translated as "Daily Mother" and officially given the name "Kaasan: Mom's Life" by Crunchyroll) is the title of a short gag manga by Rieko Saibara which has been serialized in the Mainichi Shimbun morning edition since October 2002. In 2005, the manga, along with Jky Monogatari, won Saib...
The Kindaichi Case Files (1997 - 2016) - The serialization of the new Kindaichi series started in 2004,[10][11] but not on a regular basis until 2012. The manga resumed regular serialization in 2012 to commemorate the 20th anniversary. The regular weekly serialization continued in 2013 with the title changed to The File of Young Kindaichi...
Neighborhood Story (1995) (1995 - 1996) - a manga by Ai Yazawa. It was published by Shueisha from 1995 to 1998 in the magazine Ribon. It was adapted by Toei Animation as a 50-episode anime series which aired on TV Asahi from September 10, 1995 to September 1, 1996, with merchandise created by Bandai. There was a movie made in 1996, and a dr...
Akuma-kun (1989 - 1990) - a manga series written and illustrated by Shigeru Mizuki. Several versions of the manga exist, one of which was adapted into a live-action TV show, and another into an anime television series.There was also two movies that spawned from the TV series Akuma-kun: The Movie released in 1989 and Akuma-ku...
Kimi ni Todoke (2009 - 2011) - lit. Reaching You) is a Japanese shjo romance manga by Karuho Shiina. It was published by Shueisha in Bessatsu Margaret since 2005 and collected in a total of 30 tankbon volumes until the end of 2017. In 2008, it won the Best Shjo Manga award in the 32nd Annual Kodansha Manga Award.[4] The series...
Squid Girl (2010 - 2014) - Squid Girl, known in Japan as Shinryaku! Ika Musume (!, lit. Invade! Squid Girl) with the subtitle The invader comes from the bottom of the sea!, is a Japanese manga series by Masahiro Anbe, which was serialized in Akita Shoten's Weekly Shnen Champion between July 2007 and February 2016. An an...
Brigadoon: Marin & Melan (2000 - 2001) - Burigadn Marin to Meran) is a science fiction anime that ran from 2000 to 2001, produced by the Sunrise company,and was adapted as a manga by Nozomi Watase. Its story takes place in Japan in 1969 and it is about an orphan girl named Marin Asagi who befriends an alien named Melan Blue.Brigadoon was...
Violinist of Hameln (1996 - 1997) - The anime has a darker tone, whereas the manga, at least initially, tends toward a lighter, more comedic tone. No official English translations exist to date for the manga or its adaptations.The setting resembles a medieval Europe judging by the architecture, the way people are dressed, and the loca...
Hikari no Densetsu (1986 - Current) - lit. Legend of Light,the manga series was adapted into a nineteen episode anime series on MBS (Mainichi Broadcasting System) by Tatsunoko Productions studio and directed by Tomomi Mochizuki. is primarily a love story that it is set in the late 80s junior high school atmosphere. The plot revolves aro...
The Song of Tentomushi (1974 - 1976) - (lit. "The Ladybug's Song") is manga series by Noboru Kawasaki published from 1973 to 1975 by Shogakukan in their elementary school study magazines in the Shogakukan no Gakush Zasshi series. The manga was collected in four volumes. An anime series adapted from the manga was created by Tatsunoko Pro...
He Is My Master (2005 - Current) - a television anime series in the harem genre[1] with a lolicon aspect.[2] The manga is authored by two individuals: Mattsu () who does the story and his ex-wife Asu Tsubaki () who does the artwork. Because of their acrimonious split, the manga will probably be drawn by someone else soon.Seven...
Mon Colle Knights (2000) (2000 - Current) - anime and manga series. The original concept was made by Hitoshi Yasuda and Group SNE. The series is based on the Monster Collection trading card game.The Japanese version aired on TV Tokyo, consisting of 51 episodes and one movie. The Saban-produced Mon Colle Knights aired on Fox Kids in North Amer...
Tokimeki Tonight (1982) (1982 - 1983) - lit. "Exciting Tonight"An anime television series directed by Hiroshi Sasagawa was adapted from the manga and was broadcast on NTV from October 7, 1982 to September 22, 1983.15-year-old Ranze Eto lives in an isolated castle in Japan with her werewolf mother, vampire father, and younger brother, Rinz...
Code Geass (2006 - 2016) - Lelouch of the Rebellion ( Kdo Giasu: Hangyaku no Rurshu), often referred to as simply Code Geass, is a Japanese anime series created by Sunrise, directed by Gor Taniguchi, and written by Ichir kouchi, with original character designs by manga authors Clamp. Set in an alternate ti...
Maid Sama! (2010 - 2010) - "Kaichou wa Maid Sama" is a Japanese anime series adapted from the manga of the same title by Hiro Fujiwara. Maid Sama! follows the relationship and romance between Misaki Ayuzawa, the female student council president of Seika High school which was once all-boys now co-ed school but is still male do...
Animal Yokoch (2005 - 2006) - a Japanese manga and anime series aimed at children about a little girl who has a doorway to another world in her room, from which three bizarre and frequently-annoying stuffed animal-like creatures emerge to make her life "interesting". The manga was created by Ry Maekawa and is serialized in Ribo...
Nurse Angel Ririka SOS (1995 - 1996) - tudio Gallop adapted the manga into a 35-episode anime television series,[1] which premiered in Japan in July 1995, airing on TV Tokyo affiliates. Additional media produced include novelizations and a theatrical musical[2] that aired in digest form in the show's time slot after its conclusion.The he...
Sally the Witch (1966 - 1991) - also known as Sunny the Witch is one of the popular anime magical girls of what eventually become a genre in Japan. Due to its characteristics, may be considered the first shjo anime as well;[1] while titles such as Himitsu no Akko-chan predate Sally in manga form, the Sally anime predates Himitsu...
Majokko Megu-chan (1974 - 1975) - lit. Little Meg the Witch Girl) is a popular magical girl anime series. The manga was created by Tom Inoue and Makiho Narita, while the 72-episode anime series was produced by Toei Animation between 1974 and 1975. This series is considered an important forerunner of the present day magical girl gen...
Sabu to Ichi Torimono Hikae (1968 - 1969) - Sabu and Ichi's Detective Memoirs), sometimes translated as Sabu and Ichi's Detective Stories/Tales and Sabu and Ichi's Arrest Warrant, is a manga series by Shotaro Ishimori originally published in Weekly Shnen Sunday beginning in 1966. In April 1968, the series moved to serialization in the first...
Tiger Mask (1969 - 1971) - a Japanese manga series written by Ikki Kajiwara and illustrated by Naoki Tsuji. The series was first published in Kodansha's Bokura Magazine from 1968 to 1971 and was later published in Weekly Shnen Magazine from 1970 to 1971. It was later adapted into an anime series by Toei Animation which first...
Aishite Knight (1983 - 1984) - lit. "Love me [my] Knight") is a shjo manga created in the early 1980s by Kaoru Tada.[2] An anime version of the story in 42 episodes was also produced in 1983-1984 by Toei Animation. A live action adaptation was also produced.["Ai Shite Knight" is set in Osaka and tells the story of Yaeko "Yakko"...
Sumomomo Momomo (2006 - 2007) - which means Plums are peaches, and peaches are peaches, and plums and peaches are both types of peaches. an anime television series, that aired in Japan between October 5, 2006 and March 15, 2007 for twenty-two episodes, and two original video animations. The manga has been licensed by Yen Press for...
Zettai Karen Children (2008 - 2013) - lit. Absolutely Lovely Children)The manga started being serialized in Shogakukan's manga magazine Shnen Sunday in 2005. An anime series by SynergySP, titled Psychic Squad in North America began on April 6, 2008 which ran for fifty-one episodes and had a special OVA released in July 16, 2010. A spin...
Major (anime) (2004 - 2018) - The series has been adapted into an anime series produced by NHK and Studio Hibari titled Major ( Mej) (using katakana instead of the manga's English characters).The first episode aired on November 13, 2004. The series ran for six seasons [3] and the final episode originally aired on September...
Tensai Bakabon (1971 - 2018) - lit. "Genius Bakabon") is a manga and anime series created by Fujio Akatsuka which began publication on April 9, 1967, in Weekly Shnen Magazine. It is about the misadventures of a dim-witted boy (Bakabon) and his idiotic father, the latter of whom eventually becomes the central character. The offic...
Somali and the Forest Spirit (2019 - Current) - ( Somari to Mori no Kamisama) is a Japanese fantasy manga series by Yako Gureishi. It has been serialized online since April 2015 via Tokuma Shoten's online manga magazine Web Comic Zenyon. It has been collected in five tankbon volumes. An anime television series adaptation by Satelight is...
Butlers: Chitose Momotose Monogatari (2018 - Current) - (Butlers, "Butlers: A Millennium Century Story") is a Japanese anime television series produced by Silver Link. The series aired from April 12 to June 28, 2018. A manga adaptation began serialization on the Comic Newtype website in January 2018.The anime series is directed by Ken Takahashi a...
Magic of Stella (2016 - Current) - Sutera no Mah) is a Japanese 4-panel manga series by cloba.U, serialized in Houbunsha's seinen manga magazine Manga Time Kirara Max since the October 2012 issue.[2] It has been collected in six tankbon volumes as of January 2018. An anime television series adaptation by Silver Link aired in Japan...
Tanaka-kun is Always Listless (2016 - Current) - an ongoing Japanese slice of life comedy shnen web manga series written and illustrated by Nozomi Uda. It's published by Square Enix, with serialization on Gangan Online website and with twelve volumes released, as of March 2019. An anime adaptation by Silver Link aired from April 9 to June 25, 201...
Non Non Biyori (2013 - 2015) - a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Atto. The series began publication in Media Factory's Monthly Comic Alive magazine from September 2009 and is licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. The story is based on the same setting as Atto's former work, Toko-toko & Yume no Yu...
The Betrayal Knows My Name (2010 - Current) - a Japanese Shounen-ai and shjo manga written and illustrated by Odagiri Hotaru. It was serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's shjo magazine Monthly Asuka in October 2005. An anime adaptation began in April 2010 on Chiba TV.Sakurai Yuki is a teenager with a mysterious power. He was abandoned at birth near...
House of Five Leaves (2010 - Current) - The manga series was adapted into a twelve-episode anime television series by Manglobe. The anime aired in the noitamina timeslot on FujiTV. The anime has been licensed by Funimation as a part of their deal with Fuji TV that allows them to simulcast series from the noitaminA block. This agreement al...
Alice & Zoroku (2017 - Current) - a Japanese manga series by Tetsuya Imai. It began serialization from December 2012 in Tokuma Shoten's seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Ry. It has been collected in seven tankbon volumes. The manga won the Japan Media Arts Festival's New Face Award in 2013. An anime television series adaptation...
Vividred Operation (2013 - Current) - ( Bibiddoreddo Opershon, also written as Vivid Red Operation) is a Japanese anime television series produced by A-1 Pictures and directed by Kazuhiro Takamura. The series aired in Japan between January and March 2013 and is licensed in North America by Aniplex of America. Two manga a...
Hepburn: Uch Kydai) is a Japanese manga series by Chya Koyama which has been serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Morning since December 2007. It has been nominated twice for the Manga Taish, in 2009 and 2010.[4][5] An anime adaptation by A-1 Pictures aired in Japan from April 1, 2012...
Working!! (Anime) (2010 - 2016) - released in English territories as Wagnaria!!, is a Japanese four-panel comic strip manga series written and illustrated by Karino Takatsu, which follows the activities of the unusual employees at one of the units of the Wagnaria family restaurant chain. The series was serialized in Square Enix's Yo...
Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (2012 - 2014) - a Japanese fantasy adventure manga series written and illustrated by Shinobu Ohtaka. It was serialized in Weekly Shnen Sunday from June 2009 to October 2017, with the individual chapters collected and published into 37 tankbon volumes by Shogakukan. In 2014, the manga received the 59th Shogakukan...
Seiyu's Life! (2015 - Current) - (Japanese: ! Hepburn: Sore ga Seiy!, lit. That is a Voice Actor!) is a comedy 4-panel djin manga series. The manga is written by the voice actress Masumi Asano, with art by Kenjiro Hata, and is released under the circle name Hajimemashite. The manga was launched at Comiket 81 in December 2011...
Saki (2009) (2009 - 2014) - an ongoing Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ritz Kobayashi. The story revolves around a first-year high school girl named Saki Miyanaga who is brought into the competitive world of mahjong by another first-year, Nodoka Haramura. The manga has been serialized in Square Enix's Young Ga...
Strike Witches (2008 - 2019) - (Japanese: Hepburn: Sutoraiku Witchzu) is a mixed-media project originally created by Fumikane Shimada via a series of magazine illustration columns. The franchise has since been adapted into several light novel, manga, and anime series and various video games. The series revolves aroun...
Big Windup! (2007 - 2010) - (Japanese: Hepburn: kiku Furikabutte), often shortened to just furi (), is a baseball manga series by Asa Higuchi, serialized in the monthly seinen Afternoon magazine since 2003. It has been adapted into an anime television series, animated by A-1 Pictures, which premiered in Japan...
Blassreiter (2008 - Current) - a 2008 Japanese anime from the animation studio Gonzo and the multimedia studio Nitro+. The title is pseudo-German and can be translated as "Pale Rider".[1] A manga titled Blassreiter -genetic- is serialized in Champion Red magazine.Along with The Tower of Druaga: The Aegis of Uruk, and later Strike...
Silver Spoon (2013 - 2014) - a Japanese coming-of-age[2] manga series written and illustrated by Hiromu Arakawa, serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shnen Sunday since April 2011. The story is set in the fictional Ooezo Agricultural High School in Hokkaido, and depicts the daily life of Yuugo Hachiken, a high school student from...
Twin Star Exorcists (2016 - 2017) - a Japanese shnen manga series written and illustrated by Yoshiaki Sukeno. The manga has been serialized in Shueisha's Jump Square magazine by Yoshiaki Sukeno since October 2013, with individual chapters collected into seventeen tankbon volumes as of December 4, 2018. The story revolves around Roku...
Dragon Collection (2014 - 2015) - a Japanese social network game created by Konami that was released on the GREE social networking platform in 2010. A manga adaptation titled Dragon Collection: Ry o Suberu Mono was serialized from 2011 to 2012 in Kodansha's shnen manga magazine Weekly Shnen Magazine.[1] It was collected in six ta...
Inazuma Eleven (2008 - 2011) - Inazuma Irebun, lit. "Lightning Eleven") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tenya Yabuno based on a series of video games created by Level-5. The manga has been published by Shogakukan in CoroCoro Comic since the June 2008 issue. The manga series won the 2010 Kodansha Manga Award...
Monster Retsuden Oreca Battle (2014 - 2015) - (Japanese: Hepburn: Monsut Retsuden Oreka Batoru) is a Japanese trading card arcade game by Konami, released in March 2012. A manga adaptation was serialized in Shogakukan's CoroCoro Comic from June 2012 to February 2015. It was followed by a sequel series called Ma Da Ze! Oreca Bat...
Croket! (2003 - 2005) - (! Korokke!, lit. "Croquette!"), also spelled Korokke!, is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Manavu Kashimoto. It was published by Shogakukan in CoroCoro Comic from April 2001 to November 2006 and collected in 15 bound volumes. It received the 2003 Shogakukan Manga Award for children's...
Romeo Juliet (2007 - Current) - an anime television series, loosely based on William Shakespeare's classical play, Romeo and Juliet, along with numerous references and characters from other Shakespearean plays. Though the anime borrows mostly from Shakespeare's story, the manga adaptation differs extensively from the original. Rom...
Pumpkin Scissors (2006 - 2007) - a manga created and authored by Ryotaro Iwanaga. Originally serialized in Magazine GREAT in 2002 it was later moved to Monthly Shonen Magazine in October 2006. The manga has been licensed by Del Rey. An anime adaptation of Pumpkin Scissors has been released, produced by Gonzo and AIC, which began ai...
Gate Keepers (2000) (2000 - Current) - ( Gto Kpzu) is primarily a role-playing video game for the PlayStation. The game was then adapted into a manga series written by Hiroshi Yamaguchi and drawn by Keiji Gotoh and an anime series produced by Gonzo, and first aired on April 3, 2000. A six episode original video animation (OVA)...
Queen Emeraldas (1998 - 1999) - a manga written and illustrated by Leiji Matsumoto, later adapted into a four-episode anime OVA of the same name. Queen Emeraldas is the story of the pirate spaceship, Queen Emeraldas, which is captained by the mysterious and beautiful Emeraldas, a strong and powerful privateer. Sometimes, the chara...
Gunsmith Cats (1995 - 1996) - a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Kenichi Sonoda. It was published in Kodansha's Afternoon from 1991 to 1997 and was followed between 2004 and 2008 by a sequel series Gunsmith Cats Burst which included the same characters and situations.The series describes the adventures of...
PriPri Chi-chan!! (2017 - Current) - a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hiromu Shinozuka. The series began publication in Shogakukan's Ciao manga magazine in April 2015. An anime television series by OLM, Inc. started airing in Japan from April to December 2017.On August 31, 2018, it was announced that PriPri Chi-chan!!...
Hepburn: 100% Pasukaru-Sensei, lit. 100% Pascal Teacher) is a Japanese gag comedy manga series written and illustrated by Yji Nagai. it was serialized in Shogakukan's Coro Coro Comic magazine from January 15, 2015 to October 15, 2015, and has been compiled into seven tankbon...
Cardfight!! Vanguard (2011 - 2019) - a Japanese multimedia franchise created in collaboration among Akira It (Yu-Gi-Oh! R), Satoshi Nakamura (Duel Masters), and Bushiroad president Takaaki Kidani. It currently consists of multiple anime television series, an official trading card game, a manga series, and a anime/live action film.In J...
Beyblade Burst (2016 - 2019) - a Japanese manga and toyline created by Hiro Morita, originally based on Takara Tomy's Beyblade franchise. The third incarnation of the series after the Metal Fight saga, the toyline launched on July 15, 2015 while the original manga was serialized in Shogakukan's Shnen magazine CoroCoro Comic in A...
Tottemo! Luckyman (1994 - 1995) - lit. "Absolutely! Luckyman") a Japanese manga series created by Hiroshi Gam for the shnen anthology magazine Weekly Shnen Jump. Running between 1993 and 1997, this gag comedy series focused on the adventures of a bizarre superhero on his fights against various aliens and other enemies threatening...
Genshiken (2004 - 2013) - a manga series by Shimoku Kio about a college club for otaku (extremely obsessed fans of various media) and the lifestyle its members pursue. The title is a shortening of the club's official name, Gendai Shikaku Bunka Kenkykai (), or "The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture". Th...
Sketchbook (2007 - Current) - a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Totan Kobako. First serialized in the April 2002 issue of Comic Blade, the individual chapters are collected and published by Mag Garden. Chapters have also appeared in Comic Blade Masamune. An anime adaptation, under the title Sketchbook ~full colo...
The Good Witch of the West (2006 - Current) - a series of fantasy novels by Noriko Ogiwara, published by Chuokoron-Shinsha. The series has been adapted into both a manga series and a thirteen episode anime television series subtitled Astraea Testament broadcast in Japan in 2006. The story revolves around a fifteen-year-old commoner who discover...
Aria (2005 - 2016) - a utopian science fantasy manga by Kozue Amano. The series was originally titled Aqua ( Akua) when it was published by Enix in the magazine Monthly Stencil, being retitled when it moved to Mag Garden's magazine Comic Blade.[3] Aqua was serialized in Stencil from 2001 to 2002 and collected in two...
Boys Be... (2000 - Current) - a manga series written by Masahiro Itabashi and illustrated by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi. It was later adapted into a 13 episode anime television series by Hal Film Maker in 2000.Three different Boys Be... manga series were serialized by Kodansha in Shukan Shnen Magazine. In 2009 Kodansha announced a four...
Library War (2008 - Current) - Two manga adaptations were published by Hakusensha and ASCII Media Works. A 12-episode anime adaptation by Production I.G aired on Fuji TV's Noitamina programming block between April and June 2008. Two Internet radio shows started in April 2008 meant to promote the series which are hosted by voice a...
Jinki: Extend (2005 - Current) - a 13-episode mecha anime series that aired on TV Asahi in 2005 as well as a currently running manga series. It takes place in two parts, in Venezuela during 1988 (Jinki), and in Tokyo, Japan in 1991 (Jinki: Extend.) The story revolves around two girls who end up piloting giant humanoid robots called...
Microsuperman (1973 - Current) - a manga series written and illustrated by Osamu Tezuka, published in Akita Shoten's Weekly Shnen Champion from March 1973 to September 1973. It was later adapted into an anime series by Toei.The anime adaption of the Tezuka's manga Microid Z (Z Mikuroido Zetto), changed the letter "Z" with an...
Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card (2018 - Current) - a Japanese shjo manga series written and illustrated by the manga group Clamp. It is a sequel to Clamp's manga Cardcaptor Sakura and focuses on Sakura Kinomoto in junior high school. The manga began serialization in Kodansha's Nakayoshi magazine with the July 2016 issue. A 22-episode anime televisi...
Kekkaishi (2006 - 2008) - (Japanese: , lit. "Barrier Master") is a supernatural manga series written and illustrated by Yellow Tanabe. It was serialized in Japan by Shogakukan in the manga magazine Weekly Shnen Sunday from 2003 to 2011, and licensed for an English-language release in North America by Viz Media. It was ad...
Wild Knights Gulkeeva (1995 - Current) - Juusenshi Gulkeeva ( Juu Senshi Garukiba), known as Wild Knights Gulkeeva and Beast Warriors Gulkeeva, is an anime television series that debuted in 1995. It is an animated adaptation of a manga that initially was serialized in the Shnen Sunday Super.The story takes place in a world known a...
Sound! Euphonium (2015 - 2016) - a Japanese novel series by Ayano Takeda. The story takes place in Uji, Kyoto, and focuses on the Kitauji High School Music Club, which is steadily improving thanks to the newly appointed adviser's strict instruction.[1] A manga adaptation illustrated by Hami was serialized on the Kono Manga ga Sugoi...
Haikyu!! (2014 - Current) - !! Haiky!!, from the kanji "volleyball") is a Japanese shnen manga series written and illustrated by Haruichi Furudate. Individual chapters have been serialized in Weekly Shnen Jump since February 2012, with bound volumes published by Shueisha. The series was initially published as a one-...
Stop!! Hibari-kun! (1983 - 1984) - a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hisashi Eguchi. It was serialized in Weekly Shnen Jump from October 1981 to November 1983, and the chapters were published in four tankbon volumes by Shueisha from November 1982 to January 1984. The series was adapted into a 35-episode anime telev...
Tsuribaka Nisshi (2002 - 2003) - Fishing Fool's Diary") is a fishing manga by Jz Yamasaki and Kenichi Kitami that has been serialized in Big Comic Original since 1979. It won the 28th Shogakukan Manga Award in 1983. The series has been adapted into a popular and long running movie series, as well as an anime television series.The...
Saish Heiki Kanojo, lit. She, the Ultimate Weapon) is a Japanese manga series by Shin Takahashi, creator of Iihito and Kimi no Kakera. Saikano was originally serialized in Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits magazine.A live-action movie adaptation was released in Japan on January 28, 2006 with A...
Saint Seiya: Saintia Sh (2018 - 2019) - (Japanese: Hepburn: Seinto Seiya - Seintia Sh), or simply Saintia Sh (Japanese: Hepburn: Seintia Sh), is a manga series by Chimaki Kuori, a spin-off of the classic Saint Seiya manga created, written and illustrated by Masami Kurumada. Kuori is known by her work on the manga...
Violet Evergarden (2018 - Current) - a Japanese light novel series written by Kana Akatsuki and illustrated by Akiko Takase. It won the grand prize in the fifth Kyoto Animation Award's novel category in 2014, the first ever work to win a grand prize in any of the three categories (novel, scenario, and manga).[2] Kyoto Animation publish...
Tanken Driland (2012 - 2014) - lit. "Exploration Driland") is a Japanese mobile game developed by GREE, Inc.. A manga adaptation began serialization in Jump Square in 2012. An anime series by Toei Animation began airing on 7 July 2012.Tanken Driland is a card-battling quest-based RPG. The player assumes the role of a hunter, and...
Taboo Tattoo (2016 - Current) - a Japanese action seinen manga series written and illustrated by Shinjir.[3] It was serialized by Media Factory in its Monthly Comic Alive magazine between November 2009 and June 2017.[4] The series was compiled into thirteen volumes between 2010 and 2017. The series is published in French by Bambo...
Witchcraft Works (2014 - Current) - a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ry Mizunagi. The plot revolves around Honoka Takamiya, an average student who somehow becomes infatuated with and protected by the most popular girl in school, Ayaka Kagari. An anime television series adaptation by J.C.Staff aired in Japan from Jan...
Kill Me Baby (2012 - Current) - a Japanese four-panel manga series written and illustrated by Kaduho which began serialization in Houbunsha's Manga Time Kirara Carat from July 2008. It follows the school lives of a high school girl Yasuna Oribe, along with her friends Sonya, a female assassin, and Agiri Goshiki, a female ninja. An...
Dream Eater Merry (2011 - Current) - a Japanese action fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Ushiki Yoshitaka. The series is serialized in Houbunsha's seinen manga magazine Manga Time Kirara Forward. The manga was adapted into an anime television series by J.C.Staff which aired in Japan between January 7, 2011 and April 8, 20...
Living for the Day After Tomorrow (2006 - Current) - a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by J-ta Yamada. The manga was serialized in Mag Garden's magazine Comic Blade Masamune between March 3, 2005 and June 15, 2007; five bound volumes were released in Japan. The manga was adapted into an anime series produced by J.C.Staff, which aired in...
Magic-kyun! Renaissance (2016 - Current) - a Japanese media mix franchise by Sunrise, Pony Canyon, and Broccoli. A PlayStation Vita game was released on September 21, 2016, a manga series began serialization in the November 2016 issue of Sylph, which began serialization on September 22, 2016, and an anime television series produced by Sunris...
Mamotte Shugogetten (1998 - 2001) - a manga by Minene Sakurano which was serialized in the monthly magazine Shnen GanGan from 1997 to 2000. A continuation was published in Comic Blade titled Mamotte Shugogetten! Retrouvailles (! Mamotte Shugogetten! Retoruba) from 2002 to 2005. The manga was adapted into a 22-episode anime...
Vinland Saga (2019 - Current) - (Japanese: Hepburn: Vinrando Saga) is a Japanese historical manga series written and drawn by award-winning manga author Makoto Yukimura. The series is published by Kodansha, and was first serialized in the youth-targeted Weekly Shnen Magazine before moving to the monthly manga magazine A...
The Ancient Magus' Bride (2016 - 2018) - ( Mah Tsukai no Yome) is a Japanese dark fantasy shnen manga series written and illustrated by Kore Yamazaki. The series is published in Japan by Mag Garden in its Monthly Comic Garden magazine. The manga is licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. Wit Studio produced a three-p...
Seraph of the End (2015 - Current) - (also known as Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign) is a Japanese dark fantasy manga series written by Takaya Kagami and illustrated by Yamato Yamamoto with storyboards by Daisuke Furuya. It is published by Shueisha on Jump SQ and in English by Viz Media on Weekly Shonen Jump.The series is set in a wor...
Hozuki's Coolheadedness (2014 - 2018) - a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Natsumi Eguchi [ja]. The plot revolves around Hozuki, a demon who works for the King and Head Judge of Hell. It has been serialized by Kodansha in the magazine Weekly Morning since March 2011, with chapters collected in twenty-seven tankbon volumes...
Chitose Get You!! (2012 - Current) - a Japanese yonkoma manga series written and illustrated by Etsuya Mashima. A 26-episode anime television series by Silver Link aired between July 1, 2012 and December 24, elementary school girl who has a crush on Hiroshi after he allegedly rescued her. She is incredibly strong and athletic f...
Jetter Mars (1977 - Current) - an anime series directed by Rintaro and written by Osamu Tezuka. Originally planned by Tezuka as a full-color remake of the original anime adaptation of his popular manga series Astro Boy, unfavorable circumstances during the pre-production phase of the project led him to abandon it temporarily and...
Kokoro Connect (2012 - Current) - lit., "Hearts Connect") is a Japanese light novel series written by Sadanatsu Anda, with illustrations by Shiromizakana. The series includes 11 volumes published by Enterbrain between January 2010 and March 2013. Two manga adaptations have been published by Enterbrain and Kadokawa Shoten. A 13-episo...
Ao-chan Can't Study! (2019 - Current) - Midara na Ao-chan wa Benky ga Dekinai) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ren Kawahara. The series was serialized in Kodansha's Shnen Magazine Edge magazine from October 2015 to December 2018, and was compiled into eight tankbon volumes. The manga is licensed in North America b...
Mitsuboshi Colors (2018 - Current) - Mitsuboshi Karzu, lit. "Three Star Colors") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Katsuwo. The manga has been serialized in ASCII Media Works' Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh magazine since 2014. An anime television series adaptation directed by Tomoyuki Kawamura and produced by Silver...
Armed Girl's Machiavellism (2017 - Current) - a Japanese manga series illustrated by Karuna Kanzaki and written by Yya Kurokami. The series began serialization in Kadokawa's Monthly Shnen Ace magazine in March 2014. An anime television series adaptation by Silver Link and Connect aired from April 2017 to June 2017.Fudo Nomura is a young man w...
Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya (2013 - 2016) - a manga series by Hiroshi Hiroyama (also known as KALMIA), serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Comp Ace magazine from 2007 to 2008. It is an alternate universe spin-off of the Fate/stay night visual novel by Type-Moon, with Illyasviel von Einzbern as the protagonist. Various other characters from Fate/s...
Mr. Osomatsu (2015 - 2018) - Mr. Osomatsu is a 2015 comedy anime television series by Pierrot, based on Fujio Akatsuka's 1962 manga series, Osomatsu-kun.
Kodomo No Jikan (2007 - 2011) - Kodomo no Jikan (, lit. A Child's Time) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kaworu Watashiya. A 12-episode anime adaptation of the series aired in Japan between October and December 2007.
Dragon Ball Z Kai (2009 - 2015) - A Revised Version Of Dragon Ball Z With The Sagas As It Was Originally Intended From The Original Manga.
Honey and clover (2006 - 2006) - The series was adapted as an animated television series by J.C.Staff base on the shojo manga
City Hunter (Korean) (2011 - 2011) - City Hunter (Hangul: ) is a 2011 South Korean television drama based on the Japanese manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Tsukasa Hojo, starring Lee Min-ho, Park Min-young, Lee Joon-hyuk, Kim Sang-joong, Kim Sang-ho, Hwang Sun-hee, Goo Ha-ra, Chun Ho-jin and Lee Kwang-soo. It...
3x3 eyes (1991 - 1996) - The manga has received two Original Video Animation series based on 33 Eyes. They were first released in 1991 and 1995. The first consisted of four episodes averaging to half-hour of run time. The second consisted of three averaging out to 45 minutes of run time. They cover the storyline up to volu...
Endro~! (2018 - Current) - Hepburn: Endoro~!) is a Japanese original anime television series by Studio Gokumi. The series will premiere in January 2019, while a manga adaptation began serialization on August 9, 2018.
Yondemasuyo, Azazel-san (2011 - 2013) - lit. You're Being Summoned, Azazel-san.) is a Japanese comedy manga written and illustrated by Yasuhisa Kubo. A 13-episode anime adaptation by Production I.G aired in Japan between April and July, 2011. A second season aired during April 2013. Right Stuf, Inc. released both seasons on R1 DVD in Febr...
Rin-ne (2015 - 2017) - known as Kykai no Rinne (RINNE, lit. "Rinne of the Boundary", officially subtitled as Circle of Reincarnation)The manga has been licensed in North America by Viz Media, which was simultaneously releasing the manga chapters online in English as they were serialized in Japan until March 17, 2011,...
Reborn! (Anime) (2006 - 2010) - known in Japan as Kateky Hitman Reborn!An anime adaptation of the series by Artland aired on TV Tokyo from October 7, 2006 to September 25, 2010. Viz Media licensed the manga and the streaming rights for the television series for an English-language release. Discotek Media licensed the home video r...
Himitsu no Akko-chan (1969 - 1999) - The Secrets of Akko-chan[1]) is a popular pioneering magical girl manga and anime[2] that ran in Japan during the 1960s. It aired in California as Akko Chan's Secret,The manga was drawn and written by Fujio Akatsuka, and was published in Ribon from 1962 to 1965. It predates the Mahtsukai Sunny (who...
Magical Meow Meow Taruto (2001 - Current) - a Japanese manga and anime television series. The series centers on the exploits of a race of pet cats, drawn as catgirls and the occasional catboy.Taruto is a little girl cat who at the beginning of the series moves to a new house in a huge city with her owner Iori Monaka and his niece Kinako. Taru...
Creamy Mami, the Magic Angel (1983 - 1986) - a magical girl anime series by Pierrot which aired from 1983 to 1984 on Nippon Television. It went on to have five OVA adaptions and featured in other Studio Pierrot special presentations. A three volume manga was released during the original TV run, with the story written by Kazunori It and art by...
Phantom Thief Jeanne (1999 - 2000) - Kamikaze Kait Jannu, lit. "Divine Wind Phantom Thief Jeanne") is a fantasy shjo manga series written and illustrated by Arina Tanemura. The story is about the adventures of a high school girl, Maron Kusakabe, who is the reincarnation of Jeanne D'Arc and transforms into a phantom thief-magical girl...
D.N.Angel (2003 - Current) - Xebec adapted the manga into a 26-episode anime series which aired in Japan on TV Tokyo from April 3, 2003 until September 25, 2003.follows the adventures of Daisuke Niwa, an average teenage boy. At the story's opening, Daisuke declares love for his crush, a girl named Risa Harada, on his fourteenth...
.hack//Legend of the Twilight (2003 - 2004) - lit. .hack//Legend of the Twilight Bracelet) is a science fiction manga series written by Tatsuya Hamazaki and drawn by Rei Izumi. The twenty-two chapters of .hack//Legend of the Twilight appeared as a serial in the Japanese magazine Comptiq, and published in three tankbon by Kadokawa Shoten from J...
Xxxholic (2006 - 2008) - Production I.G adapted the manga into an animated film, which was followed by two anime television series, and various original video animations (OVAs). Funimation licensed the film and the first TV series in North America, and released both of them in DVD as well as Blu-ray Disc. A light novel and...
Log Horizon (2013 - 2015) - Hepburn: Rogu Horaizun)The novel has received four manga adaptations, with one based on the main story and the other three revolving around characters in the series. An anime adaptation aired on NHK Educational TV between October 5, 2013 and March 22, 2014. A second season aired between October 4, 2...
Someday's Dreamers (2003 - 2008) - Hepburn: Mahtsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto, lit. "Things That Are Precious To a Mage") an anime series that was produced by J.C.Staff under the direction of Masami Shimoda. It is loosely based on the storyline of the first manga series with new characters added to the story. It ran for a total of 12 ep...
Majokko Tsukune-chan (2005 - 2006) - It is a parody of magical girl manga. Tsukune is a skillful and powerful witch who rescues others from danger. In 2005, an anime OVA was created and directed by Hiroaki Sakurai.EPISODE 1
Future Card Buddyfight (2014 - 2018) - An anime television series adaptation by OLM, Inc. and Dentsu began airing from January 4, 2014.[2] An English version produced by Bushiroad and Ocean Productions is airing in Singapore as well as being streamed worldwide via YouTube. A manga adaptation was serialized in Shogakukan's CoroCoro Comic...
Majokko Tickle (1978 - 1979) - Majokko Chikkuru), also known as Magical Girl Tickle or Magical Girl Chickle, is a 1970s magical girl manga and anime by Go Nagai. Unlike Nagai's earlier (and more popular) Cutie Honey, Majokko Tickle is closer to the more traditional mold of magical girl anime such as Mahoutsukai Sally, and unlike...
Koten-bu) series. Five additional volumes have been published between 2002 and 2016. A manga adaptation drawn by Taskohna began serialization in the Marc...
Battle Athletes (1997 - 1998) - a Japanese series produced by the AIC studio and released as an original video animation (OVA) and a manga by Yki Nakano, and later aired as an anime television series on TV Tokyo in 1997.a six-episode OVA set in the distant future where, after many years of war with an extraterrestrial race, a con...
Mretsu Atar (1969 - 1990) - Extraordinary Atar) is a gag manga by Fujio Akatsuka. It was serialized from 1967 to 1970 in Weekly Shnen Sunday. Two anime adaptations were produced for TV Asahi (then called NET TV).The plot revolves around a young edokko named Atar who lives with his father X-gor (read as Batsu-gor) in downt...
Buso Renkin (2006 - 2007) - lit. "Alchemical Weapons"The manga has been adapted into an anime television series, which was produced by Xebec and was broadcast on Japanese television network TV Tokyo from 2006 to 2007. In December 2007, the anime was announced for North American DVD release by Viz Media. In 2009, the series mad...
Hime-chan's Ribbon (1992 - 1993) - a 61 episode anime series, produced by Studio Gallop, that aired from October 2, 1992 to December 3, 1993. Hajime Watanabe's first project as a character designer was with Hime-chan no Ribbon. The manga series was collected into ten volumes in Japan, where it received a full anime DVD release.[1] A...
Miracle Giants Dome-kun (1989 - 1990) - a Japanese anime television series based on a manga by Shotaro Ishinomori. It ran for 49 episodes, animated at Studio Gallop, directed by Takashi Watanabe and follows the adventures of Dome Shinjo, a 10-year-old boy who is the son of a deceased legendary player of the Yomiuri Giants.
Girls Bravo (2004 - 2005) - The anime adaptation of Girls Bravo, directed by Ei Aoki and animated by AIC Spirits, aired in Japan from 2004 to 2005. There are 24 episodes total. The anime series was released in English by Geneon, and the manga was released in English by Tokyopop. A visual novel was also released for the PlaySta...
Mega Man Star Force (2006 - 2008) - known as Shooting Star Rockman ( Rysei no Rokkuman) in the original Japanese language version, is an anime and manga series based on the video game of the same name.The anime premiered in Japan on October 7, 2006, two months before the game's Japanese release, and concluded March 29, 2008 w...
Bamboo Blade (2007 - 2008) - An anime adaptation by AIC A.S.T.A was broadcast in Japan between October 2, 2007 and April 2, 2008 on TV Tokyo. The Bamboo Blade manga has been licensed for distribution in North America by Yen Press.[2] The anime has been licensed for distribution in North America by Funimation and began airing on...
Seitokai Yakuindomo (2010 - 2017) - "Student Council Staff Members") is a shnen four-panel comic strip manga series written and illustrated by Tozen Ujiie. The series began serialization in the June 2007 issue of Kodansha's Magazine Special and ran in that magazine until the July 2008 issue, where it was thereafter transferred to Kod...
Please twins (2003 - 2004) - Onegai Twins!) is an anime television series scripted by Ysuke Kuroda and produced by Bandai Visual, which was later adapted into a light novel and one-volume manga series. It centers on a family of three teenagers in high school all living together who are unsure which two of them are related to...
Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens (2008 - 2009) - A 13-episode anime adaptation produced by A-1 Pictures aired between October and December 2008 in Japan. An original video animation (OVA) episode was released in May 2009. Bandai Entertainment licensed the manga and anime series, including the OVA.The title character in the series, Nagi is a goddes...
Mirmo (2002 - 2005) - An anime series named Wagamama Fairy: Mirumo de Pon! ( !, Selfish Fairy: Mirmo de Pon!) by Studio Hibari was adapted from the manga. It premiered in Japan on TV Tokyo on April 6, 2002, and ran for 172 episodes until September 27, 2005. The anime series is also licensed by Viz Media f...
Pop Team Epic (2018 - 2018) - An anime television series adaptation animated by Kamikaze Douga and produced by King Records aired between January and March 2018. (Beauty sisters got dank)The manga chronicles the misadventures of two 14-year-old girls named Popuko and Pipimi, who encounter a variety of both mundane and bizarre si...
Digi charat (1999 - 2006) - a Japanese manga and anime series created by Koge-Donbo. The series follows a catgirl named Di Gi Charat "Dejiko" who was adopted as the mascot of Broccoli
Pastel Yumi, the Magic Idol (1986 - 1987) - a magical girl anime series by Studio Pierrot. It was simultaneously released as a manga by Kiyoko Arai. The fourth magical girl series created by Studio Pierrot
Moonlight Mile (2007 - 2007) - an anime television series. The manga is published by Shogakukan, while the anime is directed by Iku Suzuki and animated by Studio Hibari. The first episode of the anime aired on Japan's WOWOW satellite network in a special advance broadcast on February 4, 2007. The regular broadcast schedule began...
Full Moon o Sagashite (2002 - 2003) - The series was adapted as an anime television series produced by Nihon Ad Systems, which ended before the manga was completed, plus an OVA distributed with an issue of Ribon. The Anime series was broadcast on TV Tokyo, where it enjoyed high ratings.
Pani Poni Dash! (2005 - 2009) - A 26-episode anime television series adaptation aired in Japan on TV Tokyo between July 3 and December 25, 2005 with its title renamed as Pani Poni Dash!. The anime is licensed by Funimation in North America.[4] There have also been several drama CDs created based on the TV series and manga. A speci...
Please Teacher! (2002 - Current) - an anime television series directed by Yasunori Ide, written by Ysuke Kuroda, and produced by Bandai Visual. It was later adapted into a manga and light novel and centers on a group of friends and the odd things that happen to them after they get a new teacher.with a spin-off sequel,[1] Please Twin...
Carnival Phantasm (2011 - 2011) - This anime is based on Takenashi Eris Take Moon manga and commemorates Type-Moons 10th anniversary. Various characters from Type-Moons works such as Kara no Kyoukai, Fate/Stay Night, and Tsukihime are featured in this.
UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie (2002 - 2006) - a science fiction/comedy anime series based on the manga series UFO Princess Valkyrie. A total of 32 anime episodes and one specially released OVA episode were eventually produced. Seasons 1 and 2 were broadcast in Japan on Kids Station between 2002 and 2004. The anime series was released on DVD in...
Super Doll Licca-chan (1998 - 1999) - an anime television series which ran on TV Tokyo in 19981999. Kodansha also serialized a manga based on the anime series in its monthly manga magazine Nakayoshi. The story follows an ordinary elementary school girl named Licca Kayama[1][2] and the strange circumstances surrounding her origins, as w...
Sugar Sugar Rune (2005 - 2006) - an anime television series produced by Studio Pierrot, which aired on TV Tokyo from July 2, 2005 to June 24, 2006. Sugar Sugar Rune won the 29th Kodansha Manga Awards in the children's manga category.In the Magical World, the future queen is chosen by selecting two young witches and sending them to...
Berserk (1997 - 1998) - A rather short-lived and discontinued anime adaptation of the Kentarou Miura Manga of the same name.
Sakura Wars (1997 - 1997) - OVA series based on the franchise created by Ouji Hiro influenced by the various manga, video games and other media.
Hyper Police (1997 - 1997) - A sci-fi comedy cop anime series based on the manga by Minoru Tachikawa (under the alias MEE).
All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (1992 - 1998) - Various Japanese animated series based on the manga by Yuzo Takada in Weekly Manga Action.
MegaMan NT Warrior (2002 - 2006) - MegaMan NT Warrior, known in Japan as Rockman.EXE ( Rokkuman Eguze?), is an anime and manga series based on Capcom's Mega Man Battle Network video game series, part of the Mega Man franchise. The manga series was written by Ryo Takamisaki and ran in Shogakukan's CoroCoro Comic between 2001 a...
Fighting Foodons (2001 - 2002) - Anime series based off of the manga of the same name. It all started some years ago when a culinary-confused king asked a question to his chefs. Which would be stronger: tofu surprise or stuffed duck? The king's chefs thought the king had gone a little too heavy on the nutmeg. One mysterious chef kn...
Ultimate Muscle (2002 - 2006) - An anime series based off the manga series Kinnikuman. Mantaro Muscle (also known as Kid MuscleMantaro Kinniku in the Japanese version) is the spoiled son of superhero wrestler King Muscle (Kinnikuma in the Japanese version). After 28 years of peace, the Seigi Choujins' (Muscle League) old enemies...
Super Pig (1994 - 1997) - English-dubbed Japanese anime cartoon about a girl Kassie Carlen, who transmutes into a big hero pig and helps other people. Ran in Japan from 1994 to 1995. English dub was produced by Saban in 1997 and never(?) shown in USA. Based on manga series.
Ganbare Genki (1980 - 1981) - Anime series based on manga "Do Your Best Genki" by Y Koyama about Horiguchi Genki, a boy who is raised by a single father, and who wants to be a boxer like him.
Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan (2017 - 2019) - A popular manga creator becomes enmeshed in paranormal events while conducting research: Stand User Kishibe Rohan visits Italy, goes bankrupt and more. It's the spinoff of Araki's JoJo's Bizarre Adventure takes on Part 4's Diamond is Unbreakable.
Dokonj Gaeru (1972 - 1982) - Dokonj Gaeru (, English: The Gutsy Frog) is a comedy manga published and serialized in Shueishas Weekly Shonen Jump by Yasumi Yoshizawa between 1970 to 1976. It follows Pyonkichi the frog who was later squashed after middle school boy Hiroshi tripped over, becoming an animated shirt imprin...
Perman (1967 - 1968) - Anime adaptation of the Manga by Fujiko F. Fujio, about a clumsy boy, Mitsuo Suwa, who is chosen to apprentice to a powerful superhero to save the world along with other superheroes.
Akira(1988) - Akira is a 1988 Japanese animated film co-written and directed by Katsuhiro tomo based on his manga of the same name. The film is set in a neon-lit futuristic post-apocalyptic Tokyo in 2019. While most of the character designs and basic settings were directly adapted from the original 2,182 page...
Saturday Night Fever(1977) - Tony Manero (John Travolta) is king of the dancefloor at his local disco. Outside, though, he's stuck in a dead-end life, hanging around with greaser assholes and not getting anywhere with employment. His one chance for escape is getting the love of his dance partner Stephanie Mangano (Karen Lynn Go...
Detective Conan Movie 01: The Timed Skyscraper(1997) - Detective Conan: The Time-Bombed Skyscraper () is a 1997 Japanese animated film based on the Case Closed manga series, featuring detective Jimm
Saint Seiya: Legend of Crimson Youth(1988) - Saint Seiya: The Legend of Crimson Youth (Saint Seiya: Shinku no Shnen Densetsu) is the third movie based on the Manga & later Anime series, Saint Seiya. Due to the success of the first two movies Saint Seiya: The Movie and The Heated Battle of the Gods, this film saw the light as it premiered in J...
The Man With The Golden Gun(1974) - Scaramanga is a hit-man who charges a million dollars per job. He becomes linked to the death of a scientist working on a powerful solar cell, and James Bond is called in to investigate. As he tracks down Scaramanga, he realises that he is highly respected by the killer, but will this prove to be an...
Detective Conan Movie 03: The Last Wizard of the Century(1999) - Detective Conan:The Last Wizard of the Century () is a Japanese animated film based on the Case Closed manga series, featuring detective Jimm
Attack on Titan: The Movie(2015) - Attack on Titan ( Shingeki no Kyojin) is a 2015 Japanese tokusatsu film based on the manga of the same name by Hajime Isayama. The film is directed by Shinji Higuchi, written by Ysuke Watanabe and Tomohiro Machiyama and stars Haruma Miura, Hiroki Hasegawa, Kiko Mizuhara, Kanata Hong, Takahiro...
Osamu Tezuka's Metropolis(2001) - Metropolis ( Metoroporisu) is a 2001 anime film loosely based on the 1949 Metropolis manga created by Osamu Tezuka, itself inspired by the 1927 German silent film (was directed by Fritz Lang) of the same name, though the two do not share plot elements. The anime, however, does draw aspects of...
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood(2007) - JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood ( JoJo no Kimy na Bken Fantomu Buraddo) is a 2007 Japanese anime film based on Part 1 of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga series entitled Phantom Blood. The film was released on February 17, 2007, to commemorate JoJo author Hirohiko Ara...
Whisper of the Heart(1995) - Based on the manga with the same title, this animated film follows Shizuku, an inquisitive young girl and a voracious reader, who longs to be a writer when she grows up. One day she notices that all of her library books have previously been taken out by one Seiji Amasawa. Amid chasing after a large...
Mind Game(2004) - Nishi has always loved Myon since they were little. And now as adults, he wants to pursue his dream of becoming a manga artist and marrying his childhood sweetheart. There's one problem, though. She's already been proposed to and she thinks Nishi is too much of a wimp. But upon meeting the fianc wh...
Detective Conan: The Phantom of Baker Street(2002) - Detective Conan: The Phantom of Baker Street ( ) is a Japanese animated film based on the Case Closed manga series, featuring detective Jimm -- Comedy -- Historical -- Historical -- Comedy, Magic, Fantasy, School -- Comedy, Parody -- Fantasy, Historical, Supernatural -- Comedy, School, Slice of Life -- -- -- -- Comedy, Drama, Romance, Ecchi -- Comedy, Drama, Ecchi, Romance -- Comedy -- Comedy -- Adventure, Comedy, Historical, Supernatural -- Action, Adventure, Comedy, Ecchi, Parody, Seinen -- Adventure, Fantasy, Comedy -- Adventure, Fantasy, Historical, Drama -- Fantasy, Historical -- Comedy, School, Slice of Life -- Slice of Life, Comedy, School -- Comedy
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