„Fire will attract more attention than any other cry for help.“

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„That was to cry, Fire, Fire, in Noah's Flood.“

—  Ralph George Hawtrey British economist 1879 - 1975
A Century of Bank Rate (1938), Context: Once the gold standard was suspended, there could be no doubt of the purpose of that step. In face of the exchange risk the high rate could not possibly attract foreign money. It could only be intended as a safeguard against inflation. Fantastic fears of inflation were expressed. That was to cry, Fire, Fire, in Noah's Flood. It is after depression and unemployment have subsided that inflation becomes dangerous. Chapter IV, "Bank Rate and Deflation, 1934-32" p.144-145

„More tearful than crying is seeing someone cry.“

—  Antonio Porchia Italian Argentinian poet 1885 - 1968
Voces (1943), Más llanto que llorar es ver llorar.

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„Helping myself is even harder than helping others.“

—  Gerald M. Weinberg American computer scientist 1933 - 2018
The secrets of consulting, 1985, p. 18 Quoted in: Hiebert, Murray, Hiebert, Éilish (1999) Powerful Professionals : Getting Your Expertise Used Inside Your Organization. p. 216

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„Earth helped him with the cry of blood.“

—  William Wordsworth English Romantic poet 1770 - 1850
Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919), Song at the Feast of Broughton Castle.

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„Yonder stands your orphan with his gun, crying like a fire in the sun.“

—  Bob Dylan American singer-songwriter, musician, author, and artist 1941
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„It is only those who have neither fired a shot nor heard the shrieks and groans of the wounded who cry aloud for blood, more vengeance, more desolation. War is hell.“

—  William T. Sherman American General, businessman, educator, and author. 1820 - 1891
1860s, 1865, Letter to James E. Yeatman (May 1865), Context: I confess without shame that I am tired & sick of war. Its glory is all moonshine. Even success, the most brilliant is over dead and mangled bodies […] It is only those who have not heard a shot, nor heard the shrills & groans of the wounded & lacerated (friend or foe) that cry aloud for more blood & more vengeance, more desolation & so help me God as a man & soldier I will not strike a foe who stands unarmed & submissive before me but will say ‘Go sin no more. Letter to James E. Yeatman of St. Louis, Vice-President of the Western Sanitary Commission (21 May 1865). As quoted on p. 358, and footnoted on p. 562, in Sherman: A Soldier's Passion For Order https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Special:BookSources/080938762X (2007), John F. Marszalek, Southern Illinois University Press, Chapter 15 ('Fame Tarnished') Variant text: I confess, without shame, that I am sick and tired of fighting — its glory is all moonshine; even success the most brilliant is over dead and mangled bodies, with the anguish and lamentations of distant families, appealing to me for sons, husbands, and fathers […] it is only those who have never heard a shot, never heard the shriek and groans of the wounded and lacerated […] that cry aloud for more blood, more vengeance, more desolation. […] I declare before God, as a man and a soldier, I will not strike a foe who stands unarmed and submissive before me, but would rather say—‘Go, and sin no more.’ As quoted in Sherman: Merchant of Terror, Advocate of Peace https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Special:BookSources/1455611891 (1992), Charles Edmund Vetter, Pelican Publishing, p. 289 See the Discussion Page for more extensive sourcing information.

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„And if you help them where they are at a stand, it will more endear you to them than any chargeable toys that you shall buy for them.“

—  John Locke, livro Some Thoughts Concerning Education
Some Thoughts Concerning Education (1693), Context: "How then shall they have the play-games you allow them, if none must be bought for them?" I answer, they should make them themselves, or at least endeavour it, and set themselves about it.... And if you help them where they are at a stand, it will more endear you to them than any chargeable toys that you shall buy for them. Sec. 130

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„No matter which way we go, it is no better than any other. It is all the same whether you achieve something or not, have faith or not, just as it is all the same whether you cry or remain silent.“

—  Emil M. Cioran, On the Heights of Despair
On the Heights of Despair (1934), Context: Everything is possible, and yet nothing is. All is permitted, and yet again, nothing. No matter which way we go, it is no better than any other. It is all the same whether you achieve something or not, have faith or not, just as it’s all the same whether you cry or remain silent. There is an explanation for everything, and yet there is none. Everything is both real and unreal, normal and absurd, splendid and insipid. There is nothing worth more than anything else, nor any idea better than any other. Why grow sad from one’s sadness and delight in one’s joy? What does it matter whether our tears come from pleasure or pain? Love your unhappiness and hate your happiness, mix everything up, scramble it all! Be a snowflake dancing in the air, a flower floating downstream! Have courage when you don’t need to, and be a coward when you must be brave! Who knows? You may still be a winner! And if you lose, does it really matter? Is there anything to win in this world? All gain is loss, all loss is gain. Why always expect a definite stance, clear ideas, meaningful words? I feel as if I should spout fire in response to all the questions which were ever put, or not put, to me.

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