„Oh, for God's sake. Save your piss. Don't save your piss. It's all the same to me.“

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—  Francine du Plessix Gray American writer 1930
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„Faisal, Saud is your brother. Saud, Faisal is your brother. There is no power and no strength save in God.“

—  Ibn Saud Founder of Saudi Arabia 1876 - 1953
The last words of Ibn Saud; quoted in Ibn Saud, by Leslie McLoughlin.

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„God spoke to me and God told me, "Keep your son,” And I did and he saved my life. My son saved my life. Had I not had my son, I would probably be dead right now.“

—  Stacey Dash American actress 1967
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„For God's sake hold your tongue, and let me love.“

—  John Donne English poet 1572 - 1631
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„Within the province of our ephemeral flesh all of God is imperiled. He cannot be saved unless we save him with our own struggles; nor can we be saved unless he is saved.
We are one.“

—  Nikos Kazantzakis Greek writer 1883 - 1957
Context: God is imperiled. He is not almighty, that we may cross our hands, waiting for certain victory. He is not all-holy, that we may wait trustingly for him to pity and to save us. Within the province of our ephemeral flesh all of God is imperiled. He cannot be saved unless we save him with our own struggles; nor can we be saved unless he is saved. We are one. From the blind worm in the depths of the ocean to the endless arena of the Galaxy, only one person struggles and is imperiled: You. And within your small and earthen breast only one thing struggles and is imperiled: the Universe.

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„It is not God who will save us — it is we who will save God, by battling, by creating, and by transmuting matter into spirit.“

—  Nikos Kazantzakis Greek writer 1883 - 1957
Context: We do not struggle for ourselves, nor for our race, not even for humanity. We do not struggle for Earth, nor for ideas. All these are the precious yet provisional stairs of our ascending God, and they crumble away as soon as he steps upon them in his ascent. In the smallest lightning flash of our lives, we feel all of God treading upon us, and suddenly we understand: if we all desire it intensely, if we organize all the visible and invisible powers of earth and fling them upward, if we all battle together like fellow combatants eternally vigilant — then the Universe might possibly be saved. It is not God who will save us — it is we who will save God, by battling, by creating, and by transmuting matter into spirit.

„God save our gracious king!
Long live our noble king!
God save the king!“

—  Henry Carey English composer and playwright 1687 - 1743
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