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Dan Brown Quote: “I write slowly. I actually write quickly, but I throw out so much material.”
Dan Brown Quote: “William Blake himself had written a similarly themed work titled All Religions Are One.”
Dan Brown Quote: “He could taste the familiar tang of museum air – an arid, deionized essence that carried a faint hint of carbon – the product of industrial, coal-filter dehumidifiers that ran around the clock to counteract the corrosive carbon dioxide exhaled by visitors.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I hope Ludwig van Beethoven gets his cut, Langdon thought, fairly certain that the original inventor of bone conduction technology was the eighteenth-century composer who, upon going deaf, discovered he could affix a metal rod to his piano and bite down on it while he played, enabling him to hear perfectly through vibrations in his jawbone.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The Apocalypse is not the end of the world, but rather it is the end of the world as we know it.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I think one reason my books have found mainstream success is that they’re written from a skeptical point of view.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Orang yang mengatakan bahwa kekuasaan tidak memunculkan kecanduan pasti belum benar-benar berkuasa.”
Dan Brown Quote: “My friends, I am not saying I know for a fact that there is no God. All I am saying is that if there is a divine force behind the universe, it is laughing hysterically at the religions we’ve created in an attempt to define it.”
Dan Brown Quote: “As the old adage goes: ‘Men plan, and God laughs.”
Dan Brown Quote: “She tried to make friends, but her peers immersed themselves in frivolities that held no interest to her. She tried to respect her elders, but most adults seemed like nothing more than aging children, lacking.”
Dan Brown Quote: “No good deed goes unpunished.’ Langdon.”
Dan Brown Quote: “La chiave,” the raspy voice replied. “The password.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Secrets interest us all, I think.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Remember death. Even for those who wield great power, life is brief. There is only one way to triumph over death, and that is by making our lives masterpieces. We must seize every opportunity to show kindness and to love fully.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Any life-form advanced enough to travel light-years through interstellar space would have nothing to learn by probing the rectums of farmers in Kansas.”
Dan Brown Quote: “If you could throw a switch and randomly kill half the population on earth, would you do it?”
Dan Brown Quote: “Michelangelo is the gold standard,” Winston said with a chuckle, “brilliantly posing David in an effeminate contrapposto, his limp wrist casually holding a flaccid slingshot, conveying a feminine vulnerability. And yet David’s eyes radiate a lethal determination, his tendons and veins bulging in anticipation of killing Goliath. The work is simultaneously delicate.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Well, the meek were supposed to inherit the earth, but instead it has gone to the young – the technically inclined, those who stare into video screens rather than into their own souls.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Blinding ignorance does mislead us. O! Wretched mortals, open your eyes! – LEONARDO DA VINCI.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Unfortunately, Da Vinci was a prankster who often amused himself by quietly gnawing at the hand that fed him. He incorporated in may of his Christian paintings hidden symbolism that was anything but Christian – tributes to his own beliefs and a subtle thumbing of his nose at the Church.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Seeing how prominently Edmond had displayed the masterpiece, Langdon wondered if perhaps the painting itself might hold some clue as to what Edmond had discovered. At first glance, the painting’s subject seemed far too primitive to hint at an advanced scientific discovery. Its broad uneven brushstrokes depicted a Tahitian jungle inhabited by an assortment of native Tahitians and animals.”
Dan Brown Quote: “When we forgive evil in the world, we are giving evil permission to grow and spread.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Politics is a desperate business.”
Dan Brown Quote: “God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him. How shall we comfort ourselves, the murderers of all murderers? – NIETZSCHE.”
Dan Brown Quote: “And history has proven repeatedly that lunatics will rise to power again and again on tidal waves of aggressive nationalism and intolerance, even in places where it seems utterly incomprehensible.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Fighting communicable disease was often like fighting a forest fire: sometimes you had to drop back and surrender a battle in hopes of winning the war.”
Dan Brown Quote: “What truth do these people possess? What proof, damn it! A book of ancient fables? Promises of miracles to come?”
Dan Brown Quote: “Cancer is nothing more than a healthy cell that starts replicating out of control.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Kohler shrugged. “Sometimes to find truth, one must move mountains.”
Dan Brown Quote: “You’re telling me that CERN dug out millions of tons of earth just to smash tiny particles?”
Dan Brown Quote: “Turkish authorities replied with a simple message: You stole the statue – we’re keeping our foot.”
Dan Brown Quote: “With pain in his voice, the camerlengo spoke of his late Pope... the victim of an Illuminati poisoning. And finally, his words almost a whisper, he spoke of a deadly new technology, antimatter, which in less than two hours threatened to destroy all of Vatican City.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Religious communities cooperate better than nonreligious communities and therefore flourish more readily. This is a scientific fact!”
Dan Brown Quote: “Ozone depletion, lack of water, and pollution are not the disease – they are the symptoms. The disease is overpopulation. And unless we face world population head-on, we are doing nothing more than sticking a Band-Aid on a fast-growing cancerous tumor.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Sophie, every faith in the world is based on fabrication. That is the definition of faith – acceptance of that which we imagine to be true, that which we cannot prove. Every religion describes God through metaphor, allegory, and exaggeration, from the early Egyptians through modern Sunday school. Metaphors are a way to help our minds process the unprocessible. The problems arise when we begin to believe literally in our own metaphors.”
Dan Brown Quote: “We’ve been reading the Bible too literally. We learn that God created us in his image, but it’s not our physical bodies that resemble God, it’s our minds.”
Dan Brown Quote: “But most important... what kind of father can look his own son in the eyes... even after all these years... and not even recognize him!”
Dan Brown Quote: “But faith by its very definition, requires placing your trust in something that unseeable and indefinable, accepting something of which there exists no empirical evidence. And so, understandably, we all end up placing our faith in different things because if there is no universal truth. – Edmond Kirsch.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Coincidence was a concept he did not entirely trust. As someone who had spent his life exploring the hidden interconnectivity of disparate emblems and ideologies, Langdon viewed the world as a web of profoundly intertwined histories and events. The connections may be invisible, he often preached to his symbology classes at Harvard, but they are always there, buried just beneath the surface.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Half an hour ago, at the appointed hour, Camerlengo Carlo Ventresca had entered the chapel. He walked to the front altar and gave opening prayer. Then, he unfolded his hands and spoke to them in a tone as direct as anything Mortati had ever heard from the altar of the Sistine.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Where do we come from? What are we doing here? What is the meaning of life and the universe?”
Dan Brown Quote: “Fugitives were predictable the first hour after escape. They always needed the same thing. Travel. Lodging. Cash. The Holy Trinity.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Penjelasan paling sederhana biasanya adalah penjelasan yang paling sulit dipahami.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Sometimes the only choice is the lesser of two evils.”
Dan Brown Quote: “When science offers an answer, that answer is universal. Humans do not go to war over it; they rally around it.”
Dan Brown Quote: “No more unnerving than Christians praying at the feet of a man nailed to a cross, or Hindus chanting in front of a four-armed elephant named Ganesh. Misunderstanding a culture’s symbols is a common root of prejudice.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Everything decayed, the perfectly ordered crystal eventually turned into random particles of dust.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Cathedral terminology was like stage directions – totally counterintuitive.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The Divine Comedy has nothing comedic about it. It’s called a comedy for another reason entirely. In the fourteenth century, Italian literature was, by requirement, divided into two categories: tragedy, representing high literature, was written in formal Italian; comedy, representing low literature, was written in the vernacular and geared toward the general population.”
Dan Brown Quote: “He warned that any church that ignored reality would not survive to enjoy the divine.”
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