„We must bear our crosses; self is the greatest of them all. If we die in part every day of our lives, we shall have but little to do on the last. O how utterly will these little daily deaths destroy the power of the final dying!“

Fuente: Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895), P. 170.

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„Let us strive then, while Life is ours, to secure that Death may find we have left little or nothing he can destroy.“

—  Pliny the Younger Roman writer 61 - 113

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—  William Mountford English Unitarian preacher and author 1816 - 1885

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