„That honourable estate of Matrimony, which was sanctified in Paradise, allowed of the Patriarches, hallowed of the olde Prophets, and commended of al persons.“

—  John Lyly, libro Euphues, Euphues (Arber [1580]), P. 86.
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John Lyly
1554 - 1606

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„Since He is the Mediator of God and men, the man Christ Jesus has been made Head of the Church, and the faithful are His members. Wherefore He says: "For them I hallow Myself" (John 17:19). But when He says, "For them I hallow Myself," what else can He mean but this: "I sanctify them in Myself, since truly they are Myself"? For, as I have remarked, they of whom He speaks are His members, and the Head of the body are one Christ. … That He signifies this unity is certain from the remainder of the same verse. For having said, "For them I hallow Myself," He immediately adds, "in order that they too may be hallowed in truth," to show that He refers to the holiness that we are to receive in Him. Now the words "in truth" can only mean "in Me," since Truth is the Word who in the beginning was God.
The Son of man was Himself sanctified in the Word as the moment of His creation, when the Word was made flesh, for Word and man became one Person. It was therefore in that instant that He hallowed Himself in Himself; that is, He hallowed Himself as man, in Himself as the Word. For there is but one Christ, Word and man, sanctifying the man in the Word.
But now it is on behalf of His members that He adds: "and for them I hallow Myself." That is to say, that since they too are Myself, so they too may profit by this sanctification just as I profited by it as man without them. "And for them I hallow Myself"; that is, I sanctify them in Myself as Myself, since in Me they too are Myself. "In order that they too may be hallowed in truth." What do the words "they too" mean, if not that thy may be sanctified as I am sanctified; that is to say, "in truth," which is I Myself?“

—  Aurelius Augustinus early Christian theologian and philosopher 354 - 430
On the Mystical Body of Christ, Quia et ipsi sunt ego. "Since they too are myself" pp. 431-432

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„An agricultural enterprise requires: 1st, a suitable person; 2nd, capital; 3rd, an estate.“

—  Albrecht Thaer German agronomist and an avid supporter of the humus theory for plant nutrition 1752 - 1828
The Principles of Agriculture, 1844, Section I: The fundamental principles, p. 8.

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„The honour of a person lies in his needlessness from the people.“

—  Muhammad al-Taqi ninth of the Twelve Imams of Twelver Shi'ism 811 - 835
General, Majlisi, Bihārul Anwār, vol.78, p. 365

„I found criminal clients easy and matrimonial clients hard. Matrimonial clients hate each other so much and use their children to hurt each other in beastly ways. Murderers have usually killed the one person in the world that was bugging them and they're usually quite peaceful and agreeable.“

—  John Mortimer English barrister, dramatist, screenwriter and author 1923 - 2009
As quoted in "Rumpole creator Mortimer dies at 85" by Sam Marsden and Chris Moncrieff, The Independent (16 January 2009) http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/news/rumpole-creator-mortimer-dies-at-85-1391378.html

„At this point, is the average person boarding a plane more fearful of Al Qaeda or TSA?“

—  Julian Sanchez
Twitter post https://twitter.com/normative/statuses/86027152612540416 (29 June 2011) as quoted in Mike Masnick, " When You're About To Fly, Who Do You Fear More: Al Qaeda... Or The TSA? http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20110629/04255014908/when-youre-about-to-fly-who-do-you-fear-more-al-qaeda-tsa.shtml, Techdirt (2011).

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„It is quite clear to me that the religious paradise of youth, which was thus lost, was a first attempt to free myself from the chains of the "merely-personal," from an existence which is dominated by wishes, hopes and primitive feelings.“

—  Albert Einstein German-born physicist and founder of the theory of relativity 1879 - 1955
1940s, "Autobiographical Notes" (1949), Context: It is quite clear to me that the religious paradise of youth, which was thus lost, was a first attempt to free myself from the chains of the "merely-personal," from an existence which is dominated by wishes, hopes and primitive feelings. Out yonder there was this huge world, which exists independently of us human beings and which stands before us like a great, eternal riddle, at least partially accessible to our inspection and thinking. The contemplation of this world beckoned like a liberation, and I soon noticed that many a man whom I had learned to esteem and to admire had found inner freedom and security in devoted occupation with it. The mental grasp of this extrapersonal world within the frame of the given possibilites swam as highest aim half consciously and half unconsciously before my mind's eye. Similarly motivated men of the present and of the past, as well as the insights which they had achieved, were the friends which could not be lost. The road to this paradise was not as comfortable and alluring as the road to the religious paradise; but it has proved itself as trustworthy, and I have never regretted having chosen it.

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„I have read descriptions of Paradise that would make any sensible person stop wanting to go there.“

—  Montesquieu French social commentator and political thinker 1689 - 1755
Lettres Persanes (Persian Letters, 1721), No. 125. (Usbek writing to Rhedi)

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„Ibn al-Haytham was the first person ever to set down the rules of science. -S01E05“

—  Neil deGrasse Tyson American astrophysicist and science communicator 1958
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey (2014)

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„If they do not wish to confer the honour, I am the last person who would wish to receive it.“

—  Margaret Thatcher British stateswoman and politician 1925 - 2013
Second term as Prime Minister, Remarks after Oxford University voted not to award her an honorary degree. Mail on Sunday (3 February 1985), quoted in John Campbell, Margaret Thatcher. The Iron Lady (London: Jonathan Cape, 2003), p. 399.

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„What most impresses the people around the prophet is the personality change he has undergone.“

—  Peter Farb American academic and writer 1929 - 1980
Man's Rise to Civilization (1968), Context: What most impresses the people around the prophet is the personality change he has undergone.... when stress reaches a certain intensity in the culture, only certain individuals feel called forth to become prophets while most do not. In any event, the prophet has emerged in a new cultural role, and his personality is liberated from the stress that called his response into being in the first place. Immune to the stress under which his brethren still suffer, he must appear to them supernatural.

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