Quotes Of the world

God is because Truth is.
To forgive and accept injustice is cowardice
There are 2 type of people in this world,
those that take the credit
and those that actually do the work.
Take my advise and follow the latter,
as there is a lot less competition there.”
The things that will destroy us are:
politics without principle;
pleasure without conscience;
wealth without work;
knowledge without character;
business without morality;
science without humanity,
and worship without sacrifice.
There should be no occasion where a woman
considers herself subordinate or inferior to a
man..woman is the companion of man, gifted with
equal mental capacity.
You assist an evil system most effectively
by obeying its orders and decrees. An evil system
never deserves such allegiance. Allegiance to it
means partaking of the evil. A good person will
resist an evil system with his or her whole soul.
I do not want my house to be walled in on
all sides, and my windows to be closed. Instead, I
want the cultures of all lands to be blown about
my house as freely as possible. But I refuse to be
blown off my feet by any.

I have nothing new to teach the world.
Truth and non-violence are as old as the hills.
All I have done is to try experiments in both on
as vast a scale as I could.
Prayer is not asking. It is a longing of
the soul. It is daily admission of one’s
weakness. . . . It is better in prayer to have a
heart without words than words without a heart.
What a man thinks, he becomes
A man is but the product of his thoughts; what he thinks, he becomes.

Conversion is meaningless
For inward satisfaction and growth, people change their religions. I am againts modern methods of conversion that people perform as if doing some business.

Real holy man
A holy man is one who never considers himself superior to any single creature on earth and who had renounced all the pleasures of life.

Simplicity of a leader..
Mahatma gandhi, a leader of India always travelled third-class in a train.
Somebody once asked, “You are a leader of this country, why do you travel third-class?” Mahatma Gandhi’s reply was, “I travel third-class because there is no fouth-class.”

Progress depends an not repeating the past
If we are to make progress, we must not repeat history but make new history.

When we make others happy, we too gain happiness
Happiness, the goal for which we are all striving, is reached by endeavouring to make the lives of others happy.

Man’s greed
The world has enough for everyone’s needs,
but never enough for even one man’s greed.

Do not become a slave to desire
He, who is discontented, however much he possesses, becomes a slave of his desires. All the sages have declared from the housetops that man can be his own worst enemy as well as his best friend. To be free or to be a slave lies in his own hand.

The way that we treat animals measure our greatness
The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way it’s animals are treated.

Women should not mimic men
I do believe that woman will not make her contribution to the world by mimicking or running a race with man. She can run the race, but she will not rise to the great heights she is capable of by mimicking man. She should recognise and develop her own unique qualities.

Woman’s intuition is grave
Woman’s intuition has often proved truer than man’s arrogant assumption of knowledge.

Retaliation is not the solution
The policy of an eye for an eye will make the whole world blind.

Find yourself to lose yourself
The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others!

mereka yang tidak bisa menaati peraturan, berarti tidak bisa menjadi pemimpin
(benjamin franklin, tokoh as)
tidak ada yang kebetulan di dunia ini. semua terjadi pasti dengan tujuan. hanya mungkin kita belum memahaminya saat ini
(deepak chopra, dokter dan penulis dari india)


kita tahu sudah tua ketika satu hal yang paling kita inginkan di hari ulang tahun adalah orang tidak mengingat berapa usia kita sebenarnya
anda tahu usia anda sudah tua ketika hari ulang tahun lilin yang harus dibeli lebih mahal dari harga kuenya
(Bob Hope.aktor komedi)


“Fear God, and your enemies will fear you.”
(Benjamin Franklin)
“Employ thy time well, if thou meanest to get leisure.”
(Benjamin Franklin)
“Keep your eyes wide open before marriage, and half shut afterwards.”
(Benjamin Franklin)


jika kamu hidup selama 100 tahun, maka aku akan berdoa kepada Tuhan agar aku hidup selama 100 tahun dikurang satu, agar tiada hariku tanpamu…

(Winnie The-Pooh. karakter kartun)


waktu dan kesehatan adalah dua aset yang berharga yang tidak kita sadari dan hargai keberadaannya sampai mereka menghilang

(Denis Waifley. motivator AS)


love looks not with eyes, but with mind. and therefore is winge cupid painted blind

cinta tidak melihat dengan mata, tapi dengan akal pikiran. karena itulah ada cupid yang dilukiskan buta.

(William Shakespeare)

1) Guys may be flirting around all day, but before they go to sleep, they always think about the girl they truly care about….
2) Guys are more emotional than you think, if they loved you at one point, it’ll take them a lot longer then you think to let you go, and it hurts every second that they try.
3) Guys go crazy over a girl’s smile(:
4) A guy who likes you wants to be the only guy you talk to.
5) Giving a guy a hanging message like “You know what?..uh…nevermind..” would make him jump to a conclusion that is far from what you are thinking. And he’ll assume he did something wrong and he’ll obsess about it trying to figure it out.
6) If a guy tells you about his problems, he just needs someone to listen to him. You don’t need to give advice.
7) A usual act that proves that the guy likes you is when he teases you.
9) Guys use words like hot or cute to describe girls. They rarely use beautiful or gorgeous. If a guy uses that, he loves you or likes you a whole heck of a lot.
10)If the guy does something stupid in front of the girl, he will think about it for the next couple days or until the next time he spends time with the girl.
11)If a guy looks unusually calm and laid back, he’s probably faking it and he is really thinking about something.
12) When a guy says he is going crazy about the girl, he really is. Guys rarely say that.
13)When a guy asks you to leave him alone, he’s just actually saying, “Please come and listen to me”.
14)If a guy starts to talk seriously, listen to him. It doesn’t happen that often, so when it does, you know something’s up.
15) When a guy looks at you for longer than a second, he’s definitely thinking something.
16) Guys really think that girls are strange and have unpredictable decisions and are MAD confusing but somehow are drawn even more to them.
17)A guy would give the world to be able to read a girl’s mind for a day.
18)No guy can handle all his problems on his own. He’s just too stubborn to admit it.
Just because ONE is RUDE doesnt mean he represents ALL of them.
21)Even if you dump a guy months ago and he loved you he probably still does and if he had one wish it would be you to come back into his life.
Everything said in this bulletin is TRUe

……. Kepada Wanita Cantik ……

Seorang anak laki-laki kecil bertanya
kepada ibunya ‘Mengapa engkau menangis?’

‘Karena aku seorang wanita’, kata
sang ibu kepadanya.

tidak mengerti’, kata anak itu.

Ibunya hanya memeluknya dan berkata,
‘Dan kau tak akan pernah mengerti’

Kemudian anak laki-laki itu bertanya
kepada ayahnya, ‘Mengapa ibu suka menangis

wanita menangis tanpa alasan’, hanya itu
yang dapat dikatakan oleh

Anak laki-laki kecil itu pun lalu
tumbuh menjadi seorang laki-laki dewasa,
tetap ingin tahu mengapa wanita

ia menghubungi Tuhan, dan ia bertanya,
‘Tuhan, mengapa wanita begitu mudah

Tuhan berkata:

‘Ketika Aku
menciptakan seorang wanita, ia diharuskan
untuk menjadi seorang yang
istimewa. Aku membuat bahunya cukup kuat
untuk menopang dunia; namun,
harus cukup lembut untuk memberikan
kenyamanan ‘
memberikannya kekuatan dari dalam untuk
mampu melahirkan anak dan menerima
penolakan yang seringkali datang dari
anak-anaknya ‘
memberinya kekerasan untuk membuatnya tetap
tegar ketika orang-orang lain
menyerah, dan mengasuh keluarganya dengan
penderitaan dan kelelahan tanpa
mengeluh ‘
memberinya kepekaan untuk mencintai
anak-anaknya dalam setiap keadaan,
bahkan ketika anaknya bersikap sangat
menyakiti hatinya ‘
memberinya kekuatan untuk mendukung suaminya
dalam kegagalannya dan
melengkapi dengan tulang rusuk suaminya
untuk melindungi hatinya

memberinya kebijaksanaan untuk mengetahui
bahwa seorang suami yang baik
takkan pernah menyakiti isterinya, tetapi
kadang menguji kekuatannya dan
ketetapan hatinya untuk berada disisi
suaminya tanpa ragu

akhirnya, Aku memberinya air mata untuk
Ini adalah
khusus miliknya untuk digunakan kapan pun ia

‘Kau tahu:

seorang wanita bukanlah dari pakaian yang
dikenakannya, sosok yang ia
tampilkan, atau bagaimana ia menyisir
seorang wanita harus dilihat dari matanya,
karena itulah pintu hatinya –
tempat dimana cinta itu ada.’

  1. Come, Watson, come! The game is afoot. Not a word! Into your clothes and come! (ABBE)
  2. Hopkins has called me in seven times, and on each occasion his summons has been entirely justified. (ABBE)
  3. Perhaps when a man has special knowledge and special powers like my own, it rather encourages him to seek a complex explanation when a simpler one is at hand. (ABBE)
  4. What I know is unofficial; What he knows is official. I have the right to private judgment, but he has none. He must disclose all, or he is a traitor to his service. (ABBE)
  5. Vox populei, vox Dei. (ABBE)
  6. You owe a very humble apology to that noble lad, your son, who has carried himself in this matter as I should be proud to see my own son do, should I ever chance to have one. (BERY)
  7. There, Watson, this infernal case had haunted me for ten days. I hereby banish it completely from my presence. (BLAC)
  8. There can be no question, my dear Watson, of the value of exercise before breakfast. (BLAC)
  9. It is a question of cubic capacity. A man with so large a brain must have something in it. (BLUE)
  10. When you see a man with whiskers of that cut and the Pink Un protruding out of his pocket, you can always draw him by a bet. (BLUE)
  11. It is always awkward doing business with an alias. (BLUE)
  12. Chance has put in our way a most singular and whimsical problem, and its solution is its own reward. (BLUE)
  13. Local aid is always either worthless or else biased. (BOSC)
  14. According to my experience it is not possible to reach the platform of a Metropolitan train without exhibiting one’s ticket. (BRUC)
  15. I play the game for the game’s own sake. (BRUC)
  16. Although he [Lestrade] is absolutely devoid of reason, he is as tenacious as a bulldog when he once understands what he has to do. (CARD)
  17. I’ve had to do with fifty murderers in my career, but the worst of them never gave me the repulsion which I have for this fellow. (CHAS)
  18. To the man who loves art for its own sake, it is frequently in its least important and lowliest manifestations that the keenest pleasure is to be derived. (COPP)
  19. I confess that it is not the situation which I should like to see a sister of mine apply for. (COPP)
  20. I can’t make bricks without clay. (COPP)
  21. I am glad of all details, whether they seem to you to be relevant or not. (COPP)
  22. My dear Watson, you as a medical man are continually gaining light as to the tendencies of a child by the study of the parents. Don’t you see that the converse is equally valid. I have frequently gained my first real insight into the character of parents by studying their children. (COPP)
  23. We can but try. (CREE)
  24. Come at once if convenient – if inconvenient come all the same. (CREE)
  25. Sorry to see that you’ve had the British workman in the house. He’s a token of evil. (CROO)
  26. It is one of those instances where the reasoner can produce an effect which seems remarkable to his neighbor, because the latter has missed the one little point which is the basis of the deduction. (CROO)
  27. I have no desire to make mysteries, but it is impossible at the moment of action to enter into long and complex explanations. (DANC)
  28. What one man can invent, another can discover. (DANC)
  29. The Cornish horror – strangest case I have handled. (DEVI)
  30. To let the brain work without sufficient material is like racing an engine. It racks itself to pieces. (DEVI)
  31. Well, Watson, we seem to have fallen upon evil days. (DYIN)
  32. If you approach me, Watson, I shall order you out of the house. (DYIN)
  33. Because it is my desire. Is that not enough? (DYIN)
  34. I wonder how a battery feels when it pours electricity into a non-conductor. (DYIN)
  35. Indeed, I cannot think why the whole bed of the ocean is not one solid mass of oysters, so prolific the creatures seem. (DYIN)
  36. Malingering is a subject upon which I have sometimes thought of writing a monograph. (DYIN)
  37. My correspondence is a varied one and I am somewhat upon my guard against any packages which reach me. (DYIN)
  38. When we have finished at the police-station I think that something nutritious at Simpson’s would not be out of place. (DYIN)
  39. It is no joke when a tall man has to take a foot off his stature for several hours on end. (EMPT)
  40. Well then, about that chasm. I had no serious difficulty in getting out of it, for the very simple reason that I never was in it. (EMPT)
  41. I trust that age doth not wither nor custom stale my infinite variety. (EMPT)
  42. Journeys end in lovers’ meetings. (EMPT), (REDC)
  43. My collection of M’s is a fine one. (EMPT)
  44. My dear Watson, there we come into those realms of conjecture where the most logical mind may be at fault. (EMPT)
  45. In the morning you will send for a hansom, desiring your man to take neither the first nor the second which may present itself. (FINA)
  46. I am pleased to think that I shall be able to free society from any further effects of his presence, though I fear that it is at a cost which will give pain to my friends, and especially, my dear Watson to you. (FINA)
  47. And that recommendation, with the exaggerated estimate of my ability with which he prefaced it, was, if you will believe me, Watson, the very first thing which ever made me feel that a profession might be made out of what had up to that time been the merest hobby. (GLOR)
  48. Run down, my dear fellow, and open the door, for all virtuous folk have been long in bed. (GOLD)
  49. Art in the blood is liable to take the strangest forms. (GREE)
  50. I cannot agree with those who rank modesty among the virtues. To the logician all things should be seen exactly as they are, and to underestimate one’s self is as much a departure from truth as to exaggerate one’s own powers. (GREE)
  51. Some of my most interesting cases have come to me in this way through Mycroft. (GREE)
  52. I think of writing another little monograph some of these days on the typewriter and its relation to crime. It is a subject to which I have devoted some little attention. (IDEN)
  53. I thought of her for the moment as I would have thought of a daughter of my own. (ILLU)
  54. The wages of sin, Watson – the wages of sin! (ILLU)
  55. Thrice is he armed who hath his quarrel just. (LADY)
  56. Might I trouble you to open the window, for chloroform vapour does not help the palate. (LAST)
  57. It would brighten my declining years to see a German cruiser navigating the Solent according to the minefield plans which I have furnished. (LAST)
  58. Here is the fruit of my leisured ease, the magnum opus of my latter years! (LAST)
  59. Though unmusical, German is the most expressive of all languages. (LAST)
  60. The Englishman is a patient creature, but at present his temper is a little inflamed and it would be as well not to try him too far. (LAST)
  61. I have a check for five hundred pounds which should be cashed early, for the drawer is quite capable of stopping it, if he can. (LAST)
  62. The faculties become refined when you starve them. Why, surely, as a doctor, my dear Watson, you must admit that what your digestion gains in the way of blood supply is so much lost to the brain. I am a brain, Watson. The rest of me is a mere appendix. Therefore, it is the brain I must consider. (MAZA)
  63. We can make the world a better place by laying them by the heels. (MAZA)
  64. But that is not what I am out for. It’s the stone I want. (MAZA)
  65. You live in a different world to me, Mr. Overton – a sweeter and healthier one. My ramifications stretch out into many sections of society, but never, I am happy to say, into amateur sport, which is the best and soundest thing in England. (MISS)
  66. There is so much red tape in these matters. (MISS)
  67. They have the crown down at Hurlstone – though they had some legal bother and a considerable sum to pay before they were allowed to retain it. I am sure that if you mentioned my name they would be happy to show it to you. (MUSG)
  68. Out of my last fifty-three cases, my name has only appeared in four, and the police have had all the credit in forty-nine. (NAVA)
  69. He’s a fine fellow. But he has a struggle to keep up his position. He is far from rich, and has many calls. You noticed, of course, that his boots had been re-soled. (NAVA)
  70. Mrs. Hudson has risen to the occasion. Her cuisine is a little limited, but she has as good an idea of breakfast as a Scotchwoman. (NAVA)
  71. Watson here will tell you that I never can resist a touch of the dramatic. (NAVA)
  72. I have a peculiar taste in these matters. (NAVA)
  73. This looks like one of those unwelcome social summonses which call upon a man either to be bored or to lie. (NOBL)
  74. My correspondence has certainly the charm of variety, and the humbler are usually the more interesting. (NOBL)
  75. I assure you, Watson, without affectation, that the status of my client is a matter of less moment to me than the interest of his case. (NOBL)
  76. Do not dream of going, Watson, for I very much prefer having a witness, if only as a check to my own memory. (NOBL)
  77. American slang is very expressive sometimes. (NOBL)
  78. Have a cigarette, Mr. McFarlane. Beyond obvious facts that you are an asthmatic, I know nothing whatever about you. (NORW)
  79. There is no prospect of danger, or I should not dream of stirring out without you. (NORW)
  80. All my instincts are one way, and all the facts are the other, and I much fear that British juries have not yet attained that pitch of intelligience when they will give the preference to my theories over Lestrade’s facts. (NORW)
  81. I am familiar with forty-two different impressions left by tires. (PRIO)
  82. This case deserves to be a classic. (PRIO)
  83. It is the second most interesting object that I have seen in the North. (PRIO)
  84. Dear me! What a chorus of groans, cries and bleatings! What a rag-bag of singular happenings! . . . Bleat, Watson, unmitigated bleat! (REDC)
  85. It is art for art’s sake (REDC), (RETI)
  86. I observe that there is a good deal of German music on the program, which is rather more to my taste than Italian or French. It is introspective and I want to introspect. (REDH)
  87. He is in my judgment, the fourth smartest man in London, and for daring I am not sure that he has not a claim to be third. (REDH)
  88. We are spies in an enemy’s country. (REDH)
  89. I hardly looked at his face. His knees were what I wished to see. (REDH)
  90. My life is spent in one long effort to escape from the commonplace of existence. (REDH)
  91. I am afraid that my explanation may disillusion you, but it has always been my habit to hide none of my methods, either from my friend Watson of from anyone who might take an intelligent interest in them. (REIG)
  92. The fates are against you, Watson. (REIG)
  93. Watson, I think our quiet rest in the country has been a distinct success and I shall certainly return, much invigorated, to Baker Street to-morrow. (REIG)
  94. These are much deeper waters than I had thought. (REIG)
  95. The features are given to man as the means by which he shall express his emotions, and yours are faithful servants. (RESI)
  96. Cut out the poetry, Watson. (RETI)
  97. Things must be done decently and in order. (RETI)
  98. Ambereley excelled at chess – one mark, Watson, of a scheming mind. (RETI)
  99. He felt so clever and so sure of himself that he imagined no one could touch him. He could say to any suspicious neighbor, “Look at the steps I have taken. I have consulted not only the police, but even Sherlock Holmes.” (RETI)
  100. There’s money in this case, Watson, if there is nothing else. (SCAN)
  101. You are two of the most busy men in the country and in my own small way I have also a good many calls upon me. I regret exceedingly that I cannot help you in this matter, and any continuation of this interview would be a waste of time. (SECO)
  102. If it’s on the market I’ll buy it – If it means another penny on the income-tax. (SECO)
  103. Only one important thing has happened in the last three days, and that is that nothing has happened. (SECO)
  104. Come, friend Watson, the curtain rings up for the last act. (SECO)
  105. We also have our diplomatic secrets. (SECO)
  106. You do occasionally find a carrion crow among the eagles. (SHOS)
  107. Nothing clears up a case so much as stating it to another person. (SILV)
  108. See the value of imagination. It is the one quality which Gregory lacks. (SILV)
  109. The Press, Watson, is a most valuable institution, if you know how to use it. (SIXN)
  110. It was a straight left against a slogging ruffian. I emerged as you see me. Mr. Woodley went home in a cart. (SOLI)
  111. Mrs. Hudson has been knocked up. (SPEC)
  112. As to reward, my profession is its reward; but you are at liberty to defray whatever expenses I may be put to, at the time which suits you best. (SPEC)
  113. These are very deep waters. (SPEC)
  114. An Eley’s No. 2 is an excellent argument with gentlemen who can twist steel pokers into knots. (SPEC)
  115. It’s a wicked world, and when a clever man turns his brain to crime it is the worst of all. (SPEC)
  116. In this way I am no doubt responsible indirectly for Dr. Grimesby Roylott’s death, and I cannot say that it is likely to weigh very heavily upon my conscience. (SPEC)
  117. Results without causes are much more impressive. (SPEC)
  118. I’ve found it. I’ve found it. I have found a re-agent which is precipitated by hemoglobin, and by nothing else. (STUD)
  119. How are you? You have been in Afghanistan, I perceive. (STUD)
  120. I have to be careful, for I dabble with poisons a good deal.
  121. I have my eye on a suite in Baker Street. (STUD)
  122. The theories which I have expressed, and which appear to you to be so chimerical, are really extremely practical – so practical that I depend upon them for my bread and cheese. (STUD)
  123. I suppose I am the only one in the world. I’m a consulting detective, if you can understand what that is. (STUD)
  124. I listen to their story, they listen to my comments, and then I pocket my fee.(STUD)
  125. It was easier to know it than to explain why I know it. If you were asked to prove that two and two made four, you might find some difficulty, and yet you are quite sure of the fact.(STUD)
  126. Gregson is the smartest of the Scotland Yarders. He and Lestrade are the pick of a bad lot.(STUD)
  127. Supposing I unravel the whole matter, you may be sure that Gregson, Lestrade and Co. will pocket all the credit. That comes of being an unofficial personage. (STUD)
  128. They say that genius is an infinite capacity for taking pains. It’s a very bad definition, but it does apply to detective work. (STUD)
  129. You know that a conjurer gets no credit when once he has explained his trick; and if I show you too much of my method of working, you will come to the conclusion that I am a very ordinary individual after all. (STUD)
  130. There’s the scarlet thread of murder running through the colorless skein of e life, and our duty is to unravel it, and isolate it, and expose every inch of it. (STUD)
  131. What’s that little thing of Chopin’s she plays so magnificently? Tra-la-la-lira-lira-lay. (STUD)
  132. The mere sight of an official-looking person seals men’s lips. These youngsters however, go everywhere and hear everything. They are as sharp as needles too; all they want is organization. (STUD)
  133. This Agency stands flat-footed upon the ground, and there it must remain. (SUSS)
  134. We must not let him think that this agency is a home for the weak-minded. (SUSS)
  135. It’s a wicked thing to tell fibs. (3GAB)
  136. You can’t play with edged tools forever without cutting those dainty hands. (3GAB)
  137. Possess our souls in patience and make as little noise as possible (VALL)
  138. Well, we can only possess our souls in patience until this excellent inspector comes back for us. (WIST)
  139. All my instincts tell me that she is in London, but as we have no possible means of telling where, we can only take the obvious steps, eat our dinner, and possess our souls in patience. (LADY)
  140. Well, Watson, we can but possess our souls in patience and see what the hour may bring. (3GAR)
  141. If you had killed Watson, you would not have got out of this room alive. (3GAR)
  142. My professional charges are upon a fixed scale. I do not vary them, save when I remit them altogether. (THOR)
  143. I do not think that I am in need of booming. (THOR)
  144. It may surprise you to know that I prefer to work anonymously, and that it is the problem itself which attracts me. (THOR)
  145. Some of you rich men have to be taught that all the world cannot be bribed into condoning your offences. (THOR)
  146. When once your point of view is changed, the very thing which was so damning becomes a clue to the truth. (THOR)
  147. All the cards are at present against us. (THOR)
  148. One drawback of an active mind is that one can always conceive alternate explanations which would make our scent a false one. (THOR)
  149. Let us hear the suspicions. I will look after the proofs. (3STU)
  150. It is nearly nine, and the landlady babbled of green peas at seven-thirty. (3STU)
  151. It is human to err, and at least no one can accuse you of being a callous criminal. (3STU)
  152. For once you have fallen low. Let us see in the future how high you can rise.(3STU)
  153. I supppose, Watson, that you imagine that I have added opium-smoking to cocaine injections, and all the other little weaknesses on which you have favored me with your medical views. (TWIS)
  154. I reached this one by sitting upon five pillows and consuming an ounce of shag. (TWIS)
  155. Everything comes in circles – even Professor Moriarty. . . It’s all been done before, and will be again. (VALL)
  156. Mediocrity know nothing higher than itself; but talent instantly recognizes genius. (VALL)
  157. Watson insists that I am the dramatist in real life. Some touch of the artist wells up within me, and calls insistently for a well staged performance. Surely our profession would be a drab and sordid one if we did not sometimes set the scene so as to glorify our results. (VALL)
  158. When water is near and a weight is missing it is not a very far-fetched supposition that something has been sunk in the water. (VALL)
  159. My mind is like a racing engine, tearing itself to pieces because it is not connected up with the work for which it was built. (WIST)
  160. Life is commonplace; the papers are sterile; audacity and romance seem to have passed forever from the criminal world. (WIST)
  161. There is but one step from the grotesque to the horrible. (WIST)
  162. Pipes are occasionally of extraordinary interest. Nothing has more individuality save, perhaps, watches and bootlaces. (YELL)
  163. I can see that you have not slept for a night or two. That tries a man’s nerves more than work, and more even than pleasure. (YELL)
  164. If you wish to preserves your incognito, I suggest that you cease to write your name upon the lining of your hat, or else that you turn the crown towards the person whom you are addressing. (YELL)
  165. There’s blackmail in it, or I am much mistaken. (YELL)
  166. There is something very attractive about that livid face at the window. (YELL)
  167. Watson, if it should ever strike you that I am getting a little over-confident in my powers, or giving less pains to a case than it deserves, kindly whisper “Norbury” in my ear, and I shall be infinitely obliged to you. (YELL)

waktu sudah berlalu sangat lama semenjak dibuat karya erakhir dari novel ini. Tapi, tetap saja qta tidak bisa melupakan detektif terbesar sepanjang masa yang banyak menginspirasikan banyak orang, Sherlock Holmes. Pengarangnya adalah Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Cara penulisan buku semuanya memakai sudut orang ke-2 dalam menceritakan , yaitu dari sudut pandang dr.Watson yang merupakan teman seperjalanan Holmes, kecuali satu kasus saja yang ditulis oleh Holmes sendiri, The Adventure of Lion’s Mane.

Dalam buku ini, banyak yang unik. Ditulis pada akhir tahun 1881 sampai 1930-an, mencantumkan kata “Sumatra”, “VOC”. Ini dikarenakan Doyle tidak hanya menulis di kota London, tapi juga di Afrika Selatam yang pada saat itu masih dikuasai Belanda. Saya pikir pada saat itu, Sumatra dikenal dari Letusan Gunung Krakatau yang begitu luar biasa. Pernah dikatakan, abunya sampai ke Af-Sel (1883). nah, banyak banget kata2 menarik yang harus qta maknai bersama.. ayo coba renungkan..

From Book ” His Last Bow”

Ternyata tetap saja ada misteri besar dalam hidup ini yang tak bisa dijelaskan nalar manusia
(The Adventure of Cardboard Box)

“Imbalan apa? Semata-mata demi seni yang kukuasai, Watson. Kurasa, ketika kau memutuskan untuk menjadi dokter pun, kau pernah mempelajari kasus-kasus penyakit tertentu tanpa memikirkan apakah itu akan mengjhasilkan uang atau tidak ya kan?”
“Itu kan demi pendidikanku, Holmes.”
”Pendidikan tak pernah berhenti, Watson. Pendidikan adalah rangkaian pelajaran yang semakin lama malah semakin tinggi nilainya.Kasus ini juga menjadi pelajaran bagiku. Memang tak menghasilkan uang atau penghargaan, tapi toh ingin menyelesaikannya.”
(The Adventure of Red Circle)

Kalau mau berhasil memainkan suatu peran, kita harus sungguh-sungguh menjalankannya
(The Adventure of Dying Detective)

”Well, well, itu pun sudah cukup kuat. “Orang yang berkelahi demi kebenaran akan mendapat kekuatan tiga kali lipat dari senjata yang dimilikinya.”
(The disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax)

Saya yakin akan hal itu sebagaimana saya yakin nama saya sendiri Sherlock Holmes
(The disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax)

“Anda terlalu ingin tahu, Mr. Holmes.”
” Begitulah pekerjaan saya.”
(The Adventure of Devil’s Foot)

From book “The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes”

“Siapa tahu, Watson? Hati dan pikiran wanita sungguh bagaikan teka-teki bagi pria.
The Adventure of Illustrious Client)

“ Upah dosa, Watson-upah dosa!”katanya.
”Cepat atau lambat upah dosa pasti akan tiba, Tuhan tahu dosanya sudah bertumpuk’”

The Adventure of Illustrious Client)

Sebagai dokter, kau pasti tahu, sobatku Watson, sel-sel darah yang dipakai untuk mebantu pencernaan sebenarnya mengurangi jatah yang untuk ke otak
(The Adventure of Mazarin Stone)

Jangan main api kalau tak mau terbakar
(The Adventure of the three Gables)

Walaupun aku terluka-bahkan kalaupun terluka parah aku benar-benar rela, karena aku merasakan betapa setia dan penuh kasihnya sahabatku yang berwajah dingin itu terhadap diriku. Matanya yang besar dank eras menyipit sesaat, dan bibirnya yang kaku gemettaran. Baru sekali inil;ah aku melihat kehebatan hatinya sebagaimana hebatnya otaknya-Watson
(The Adventure of Three Garridebs)

“ kau tak pernah sadar bahwa hal-hal yang paling rumit biasanya sangat bergantung pada hal-hal yang paliong sepele
(The Adventure of creeping men)

Jika orang berusaha melawan kodrat alam, dia akan menghancurkan dirinya sendiri
(The Adventure of creeping men)

Jika tak ada ganjaran setelah manusia mati, betapa kejamnya dunia ini
(The Adventure of creeping men)

“Apa gunanya hidup saya bagi orang lain?”
“Siapa tahu? Kesaksian hidup anda yang penuh penderitaan dan membutuhkan kesabaran hati
luar biasa itu saja sudah menjadi pelaajaran yang sangat berharga bagi dunia yang dipenuhi ketidaksabaran ini.”
Adventure of Veiled Lodger)

Kita akan mendapat hasil, Inspektur, kalaum kita selalu menempatkan diri dalam posisi yang orang yang kita selidiki, dan berpikir apa yang akan kita lakukan dalam situasi yang sama. Memang kita perlu menggunakan imajinasi, tapi hasilnya tak bisa dianggap remeh.
(The Adventure of Retired Colourman)

Cinta tidak pernah meminta, ia sentiasa memberi, cinta membawa penderitaan, tetapi tidak pernah berdendam, tak pernah membalas dendam. Di mana ada cinta di situ ada kehidupan; manakala kebencian membawa kepada kemusnahan.~ Mahatma Ghandi

Tuhan memberi kita dua kaki untuk berjalan, dua tangan untuk memegang, dua telinga untuk mendengar dan dua mata untuk melihat. Tetapi mengapa Tuhan hanya menganugerahkan sekeping hati pada kita? Karena Tuhan telah memberikan sekeping lagi hati pada seseorang untuk kita mencarinya. Itulah namanya Cinta.

Ada 2 titis air mata mengalir di sebuah sungai. Satu titis air mata tu menyapa air mata yg satu lagi,” Saya air mata seorang gadis yang mencintai seorang lelaki tetapi telah kehilangannya. Siapa kamu pula?”. Jawab titis air mata kedua tu,” Saya air mata seorang lelaki yang menyesal membiarkan seorang gadis yang mencintai saya berlalu begitu sahaja.”

Cinta sejati adalah ketika dia mencintai orang lain, dan kamu masih mampu tersenyum, sambil berkata: aku turut bahagia untukmu.

Jika kita mencintai seseorang, kita akan sentiasa mendoakannya walaupun dia tidak berada disisi kita.

Jangan sesekali mengucapkan selamat tinggal jika kamu masih mau mencoba. Jangan sesekali menyerah jika kamu masih merasa sanggup. Jangan sesekali mengatakan kamu tidak mencintainya lagi jika kamu masih tidak dapat melupakannya.

Perasaan cinta itu dimulai dari mata, sedangkan rasa suka dimulai dari telinga. Jadi jika kamu mahu berhenti menyukai seseorang, cukup dengan menutup telinga. Tapi apabila kamu Coba menutup matamu dari orang yang kamu cintai, cinta itu berubah menjadi titisan air mata dan terus tinggal dihatimu dalam jarak waktu yang cukup lama.

Cinta datang kepada orang yang masih mempunyai harapan walaupun mereka telah dikecewakan. Kepada mereka yang masih percaya, walaupun mereka telah dikhianati. Kepada mereka yang masih ingin mencintai, walaupun mereka telah disakiti sebelumnya dan kepada mereka yang mempunyai keberanian dan keyakinan untuk membangunkan kembali kepercayaan.

Jangan simpan kata-kata cinta pada orang yang tersayang sehingga dia meninggal dunia , lantaran akhirnya kamu terpaksa catatkan kata-kata cinta itu pada pusaranya . Sebaliknya ucapkan kata-kata cinta yang tersimpan dibenakmu itu sekarang selagi ada hayatnya.

Mungkin Tuhan menginginkan kita bertemu dan bercinta dengan orang yang salah sebelum bertemu dengan orang yang tepat, kita harus mengerti bagaimana berterima kasih atas kurniaan itu.

Cinta bukan mengajar kita lemah, tetapi membangkitkan kekuatan. Cinta bukan mengajar kita menghinakan diri, tetapi menghembuskan kegagahan. Cinta bukan melemahkan semangat, tetapi membangkitkan semangat -Hamka

Cinta dapat mengubah pahit menjadi manis, debu beralih emas, keruh menjadi bening, sakit menjadi sembuh, penjara menjadi telaga, derita menjadi nikmat, dan kemarahan menjadi rahmat.

Sungguh menyakitkan mencintai seseorang yang tidak mencintaimu, tetapi lebih menyakitkan adalah mencintai seseorang dan kamu tidak pernah memiliki keberanian untuk menyatakan cintamu kepadanya.

Hal yang menyedihkan dalam hidup adalah ketika kamu bertemu seseorang yang sangat berarti bagimu. Hanya untuk menemukan bahawa pada akhirnya menjadi tidak bererti dan kamu harus membiarkannya pergi.

Kamu tahu bahwa kamu sangat merindukan seseorang, ketika kamu memikirkannya hatimu hancur berkeping.
Dan hanya dengan mendengar kata “Hai” darinya, dapat menyatukan kembali kepingan hati tersebut.

Tuhan ciptakan 100 bahagian kasih sayang. 99 disimpan disisinya dan hanya 1 bahagian diturunkan ke dunia. Dengan kasih sayang yang satu bahagian itulah, makhluk saling berkasih sayang sehingga kuda mengangkat kakinya kerana takut anaknya terpijak.

Kadangkala kamu tidak menghargai orang yang mencintai kamu sepenuh hati, sehinggalah kamu kehilangannya. Pada saat itu, tiada guna sesalan karena perginya tanpa berpatah lagi.

Jangan mencintai seseorang seperti bunga, kerana bunga mati kala musim berganti. Cintailah mereka seperti sungai, kerana sungai mengalir selamanya.

Cinta mampu melunakkan besi, menghancurkan batu, membangkitkan yang mati dan meniupkan kehidupan padanya serta membuat budak menjadi pemimpin. Inilah dasyatnya cinta !

Permulaan cinta adalah membiarkan orang yang kamu cintai menjadi dirinya sendiri, dan tidak merubahnya menjadi gambaran yang kamu inginkan. Jika tidak, kamu hanya mencintai pantulan diri sendiri yang kamu temukan di dalam dirinya.

Cinta itu adalah perasaan yang mesti ada pada tiap-tiap diri manusia, ia laksana setitis embun yang turun dari langit,bersih dan suci. Cuma tanahnya-lah yang berlain-lainan menerimanya. Jika ia jatuh ke tanah yang tandus,tumbuhlah oleh kerana embun itu kedurjanaan, kedustaan, penipu, langkah serong dan lain-lain perkara yang tercela. Tetapi jika ia jatuh kepada tanah yang subur,di sana akan tumbuh kesuciaan hati, keikhlasan, setia budi pekerti yang tinggi dan lain-lain perangai yang terpuji.~ Hamka

Kata-kata cinta yang lahir hanya sekadar di bibir dan bukannya di hati mampu melumatkan seluruh jiwa raga, manakala kata-kata cinta yang lahir dari hati yang ikhlas mampu untuk mengubati segala luka di hati orang yang mendengarnya.

Kamu tidak pernah tahu bila kamu akan jatuh cinta. namun apabila sampai saatnya itu, raihlah dengan kedua tanganmu,dan jangan biarkan dia pergi dengan sejuta rasa tanda tanya dihatinya

Cinta bukanlah kata murah dan lumrah dituturkan dari mulut ke mulut tetapi cinta adalah anugerah Tuhan yang indah dan suci jika manusia dapat menilai kesuciannya.

Bukan laut namanya jika airnya tidak berombak. Bukan cinta namanya jika perasaan tidak pernah terluka. Bukan kekasih namanya jika hatinya tidak pernah merindu dan cemburu.

Bercinta memang mudah. Untuk dicintai juga memang mudah. Tapi untuk dicintai oleh orang yang kita cintai itulah yang sukar diperoleh.

Satu-satunya cara agar kita memperolehi kasih sayang, ialah jangan menuntut agar kita dicintai, tetapi mulailah memberi kasih sayang kepada orang lain tanpa mengharapkan balasan. (Dale Carnagie)

Apabila cinta memanggilmu, ikutlah dengannya, meski jalan yang kalian tempuh terjal dan berliku. Dan pabila sayap-sayapnya merengkuhmu, pasrahlah dan menyerahlah, meskipun pedang yang tersembunyi di balik sayap itu akan melukaimu. Dan jika dia bicara kepadamu, percayalah, walau ucapannya membuyarkan mimpimu, bagai angin utara memporak-porandakan petamanan. Sebagaimana ia memahkotaimu, cinta juga akan menyalibmu. Sebagaimana ia menumbuhkan kuncup dedaunanmu, maka ia juga memotong akar-akarmu.

Sebagaimana ia membumbung, mengecup puncak-puncak ketinggianmu, membelai mesra ranting terlembut yang bergetar dalam cahaya matahari, demikian pula dia menghujam kedasar akarmu, mengguncang-guncangnya dari ikatanmu dengan tanah.

Bagaikan butiran-butiran gandum kalian diraihnya. Ditumbuknya sampai polos telanjang. Kalian akan dilindasnya agar terbebas dari kulit luarmu. Digosoknya, sehingga menjadi putih bersih, diremas-remasnya menjadi bahan yang mudah dibentuk. Dan akhirnya kalian akan dipanggangnya di atas api pensucian, laksana roti yang dipersembahkan pada pesta kudus Tuhan.

Demikianlah sifat cinta kepada diri manusia, supaya kalian pahami rahasia hati, dan kesadaran itu akan menjadikan kalian sebagai hati kehidupan.

Namun jika dalam kecemasan hanya ego dan kesenangan yang kalian cari dalam cinta, maka lebih baik kalian menutup tubuh dan menyingkir dari penempaan, memasuki dunia tanpa musim, dimana kalian dapat tergelak tanpa tawa, dan menangis tanpa air mata.

Cinta takkan memberikan apa-apa pada kalian, kecuali keseluruhan dirinya, dan ia pun tidak mengambil apa-apa dari kalian, kecuali dari dirinya sendiri. Cinta tidak memiliki atau dimiliki, karena cinta telah cukup untuk cinta.

Cinta tidak punya hasrat selain mewujudkan maknanya sendiri. Namun jika kalian mencintai disertai dengan berbagai hasrat, maka wujudkanlah dia demikian: meluluhkan diri, mengalir bagaikan anak sungai, yang menyanyikan lagu persembahan malam, mengenali kepedihan kemesraan yang terlalu dalam. Merasakan luka akibat pengertianmu sendiri tentang cinta: Dan meneteskan darah dengan rela dan sukacita. Bangun fajar subuh dengan hati seringan awan, mensyukuri hari baru penuh sinar kecintaan. Istirahat di terik siang merenungkan puncak-puncak getaran cinta, pulang dikala senja dengan syukur penuh di rongga dada – kemudian tidur dengan doa bagi yang tercinta dalam hati, dan sebuah nyanyian puji syukur tersungging senyum di bibir

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