„Love you will find only where you may show yourself weak without provoking strength.“

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„Love does not make you weak, because it is the source of all strength, but it makes you see the nothingness of the illusory strength on which you depended before you knew it.“

—  Léon Bloy French writer, poet and essayist 1846 - 1917
Auden, W.H.; Kronenberger, Louis (1966), The Viking Book of Aphorisms, New York: Viking Press.

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„Start by learning to love God by beginning to love those whom you cannot. You will find that in serving others you are serving yourself.“

—  Meher Baba Indian mystic 1894 - 1969
The Everything and the Nothing (1963), Context: Before he can know Who he is, man has to unlearn the mass of illusory knowledge hehas burdened himself with on the interminable journey from unconsciousness to consciousness. It is only through love that you can begin to unlearn, and, eventually, put an end to all that you do not know. God-love penetrates all illusion, while no amount of illusion can dim God-love. Start by learning to love God by beginning to love those whom you cannot. You will find that in serving others you are serving yourself. The more you remember others with kindness and generosity, the less you remember yourself; and when you completely forget yourself, you find me as the Source of all Love. 44 : God Alone Is, p. 72.

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„France is the only place where you can make love in the afternoon without people hammering on your door.“

—  Barbara Cartland English writer and media personality 1901 - 2000
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