„Something like fear chilled me as I sat there in the small hours alone-I say alone, for one who sits by a sleeper is indeed alone; perhaps more alone than he can realise.“

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„I am not alone in my fear, nor alone in my hope, nor alone in my shouting.“

—  Nikos Kazantzakis Greek writer 1883 - 1957
The Saviors of God (1923), Context: I am not alone in my fear, nor alone in my hope, nor alone in my shouting. A tremendous host, an onrush of the Universe fears, hopes, and shouts with me. I am an improvised bridge, and when Someone passes over me, I crumble away behind Him.

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„I know well that only words, that words alone,
like the high mountains, have no fear of age or death.“

—  Nikos Kazantzakis Greek writer 1883 - 1957
The Odyssey : A Modern Sequel (1938), Context: Fools, art is a heavy task, more heavy than gold crowns; it's far more difficult to match firm words than armies, they're disciplined troops, unconquered, to be placed in rhythm, the mind's most mighty foe, and not disperse in air. I'd give, believe me, a whole land for one good song, for I know well that only words, that words alone, like the high mountains, have no fear of age or death. Pharaoh, Book X, line 688

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„How much do I love that noble man
More than I could tell with words
I fear though he'll remain alone
With a holy halo of his own.“

—  Albert Einstein German-born physicist and founder of the theory of relativity 1879 - 1955
1920s, Wie lieb ich diesen edlen Mann Mehr als ich mit Worten sagen kann. Doch fürcht' ich, dass er bleibt allein Mit seinem strahlenden Heiligenschein. Poem by Einstein on Spinoza (1920), as quoted in Einstein and Religion by Max Jammer, Princeton UP 1999 http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:i-4Gd4RHW3gJ:press.princeton.edu/chapters/s6681.pdf+max+jammer&hl=de&gl=de&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESjMqxYX4kB2T1bfEXiMcwf_HE3uetROnsVm99yTeJxLw-8CHBpPjK16CpXW7n5wuR5wFLq5Yxgo14sSpVSTYXTmTT1DPz4pDDl4_z5eFR7mVqZn3ei9vF-rVVrRfwITDQeH7I5F&sig=AHIEtbShlMEqHZfrr0q5IJtYTNouk3VxAg, p. 43; original German manuscript: "Zu Spinozas Ethik" http://www.autodidactproject.org/other/einstein9-spinoza8.html.

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„How much do I love that noble man
More than I could tell with words
I fear though he'll remain alone
With a holy halo of his own.“

—  Baruch Spinoza Dutch philosopher 1632 - 1677
A - F, Wie lieb ich diesen edlen Mann Mehr als ich mit Worten sagen kann. Doch fürcht' ich, dass er bleibt allein Mit seinem strahlenen Heiligenschein. Albert Einstein, first stanza in his poem "Zu Spinozas Ethik" (1920), written in admiration of Spinoza, as quoted in Einstein and Religion (1999) by Max Jammer "Einstein's Poem on Spinoza" (with scans of original German manuscript) at Leiden Institute of Physics, Leiden University http://www.lorentz.leidenuniv.nl/history/Einsteins_poem/Spinoza.html

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„Who will not really fear you, Jehovah, and glorify your name, because you alone are loyal?“

—  John the Evangelist author of the Gospel of John; traditionally identified with John the Apostle of Jesus, John of Patmos (author of Revela… 10 - 98
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