„And let our despite go to those who work and fight and our hate to those who hope and trust.“

—  Fernando Pessoa, Original: E seja o nosso desprezo para os que trabalham e lutam e o nosso ódio para os que esperam e confiam. Ibid., p. 248
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„Those who are weak don't fight.
Those who are stronger might fight
for an hour.
Those who are stronger still might fight
for many years.
The strongest fight
their whole life.
They are the indispensable ones.“

—  Bertolt Brecht German poet, playwright, theatre director 1898 - 1956
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