„All are making haste towards hell, until by conviction, Christ brings them to a halt, and then, by conversion, turns their hearts and lives sincerely to himself.“

— Richard Baxter, The Saints' Everlasting Rest (1650), "The Nature of the Saints' Rest"
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1615 - 1691

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—  `Abdu'l-Bahá Son of Bahá'u'lláh and leader of the Bahá'í Faith 1844 - 1921
Context: Act in such a way that your heart may be free from hatred. Let not your heart be offended with anyone. If someone commits an error and wrong toward you, you must instantly forgive him. Do not complain of others. Refrain from reprimanding them, and if you wish to give admonition or advice, let it be offered in such a way that it will not burden the bearer. Turn all your thoughts toward bringing joy to hearts. Beware! Beware! Lest ye offend any heart. p. 453

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„Many things are between us and the Communists, but we respect the sincerity of their conviction and their willingness to bring sacrifices for their own cause, and this unites us with them.“

— Ernst Röhm German Nazi and military officer 1887 - 1934
Die Geschichte eines Hochverräters (The Story of a High Traitor – Rohm’s autobiography), Munich, Verlag Frz. Eher Nachf. GmbH, 1933, Volksausgabe, p. 273

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„Everyone is going toward God. They will all realize Him if they have sincerity and longing of heart.“

—  Ramakrishna Indian mystic and religious preacher 1836 - 1886
Context: Truth is one; only It is called by different names. All people are seeking the same Truth; the variance is due to climate, temperament, and name. A lake has many ghats. From one ghat the Hindus take water in jars and call it "jal". From another ghat the Mussalmāns take water in leather bags and call it "pāni". From a third the Christians take the same thing and call it "water". Suppose someone says that the thing is not "jal" but "pāni", or that it is not "pāni" but "water", or that it is not "water" but "jal", It would indeed be ridiculous. But this very thing is at the root of the friction among sects, their misunderstandings and quarrels. This is why people injure and kill one another, and shed blood, in the name of religion. But this is not good. Everyone is going toward God. They will all realize Him if they have sincerity and longing of heart. p. 423

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„Death has no terrors for a sincere servant of Christ who is laboring to bring souls to a knowledge of the truth.“

— Ramon Llull Majorcan writer and philosopher 1235 - 1316
Llull cited in: George Frederick Maclear (1863) A history of Christian missions during the Middle Ages . p. 365

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„There live Christ and Nero in our hearts.“

— Antoni Lange Polish writer and philosopher 1862 - 1929

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„Haste in every business brings failures.“

—  Herodotus ancient Greek historian, often considered as the first historian -484 - -425 a.C.
Book 7, Ch. 10.

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