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Janusz Korczak
1878 - 1942

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„The world will not reform for all your meddling.“

—  Molière, The Misanthrope
Le Misanthrope (1666), Et c’est une folie, à nulle autre, seconde, De vouloir se mêler de corriger le monde. As published in Le Misanthrope, Molière, tr. Curtis Hidden Page, G.P. Putnam’s Sons (1913), p. 12 Variant translation: Of all follies there is none greater than wanting to make the world a better place. As contained in The Columbia Dictionary of Quotations, ed. Robert Andrews, Columbia University Press (1993), p.772 : ISBN 0231071949 Act I, sc. 1, lines 155-156 (Philinte)

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„I must strive to reform myself and people of the entire world.“

—  Muhammad Ilyas Qadri Founder of Dawat-e-Islami 1950
Attributed to Muhammad Ilyas Qadri: Motto of Dawat-e-Islami; Cited in: Nafees Akram (2013) Imam Ahmed Raza Khan and the Dawat-e-Islami Movement: Islamic Revival through Social Reform ( abstract http://www.bris.ac.uk/spais/news/2013/226.html)

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„The free world should not wait for dictatorial regimes to consent to reform.“

—  Natan Sharansky, The Case for Democracy
The Case for Democracy (2004, with Ron Dermer), Page 278.

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„We live in a quickly changing world, therefore we must foretell developments, and reforms should respond to these changes.“

—  Tigran Sargsyan Economist, politician 1960
2009, RA Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan’s Remarks at the Annual Meeting of RA National Academy of Sciences (22 April 2009) http://www.gov.am/en/speeches/1/item/2853/

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„The great reformers of the world turn into the great misanthropists, if circumstances or organisation do not permit them to act.“

—  Florence Nightingale English social reformer and statistician, and the founder of modern nursing 1820 - 1910
Cassandra (1860), Context: The great reformers of the world turn into the great misanthropists, if circumstances or organisation do not permit them to act. Christ, if He had been a woman, might have been nothing but a great complainer. Peace be with the misanthropists! They have made a step in progress; the next will make them great philanthropists; they are divided but by a line. The next Christ will perhaps be a female Christ. But do we see one woman who looks like a female Christ? or even like "the messenger before" her "face", to go before her and prepare the hearts and minds for her? To this will be answered that half the inmates of Bedlam begin in this way, by fancying that they are "the Christ." People talk about imitating Christ, and imitate Him in the little trifling formal things, such as washing the feet, saying His prayer, and so on; but if anyone attempts the real imitation of Him, there are no bounds to the outcry with which the presumption of that person is condemned.

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