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„If the word integration means anything, this is what it means: that we, with love, shall force our brothers to see themselves as they are, to cease fleeing from reality and begin to change it.“

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„ID (intelligent design) is essentially a total failure of the imagination; just because you do not see how something could have evolved, doesn’t mean that it didn’t.“

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„Change isn't easy. Changing the way you live means changing the way you think, means changing what you believe about life. That's hard.“

—  Dean Koontz, livro One Door Away from Heaven
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„A state without the means of some change is without the means of its conservation.“

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„No change means no growth.“

—  John C. Maxwell American author, speaker and pastor 1947
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