„Don't worry so much where you live but how you live. Make the family of man your family as well. ( Edgar Cayce On the Millennium Chapter One - The great new planet earth. )“

—  Edgar Cayce, Cayce answered this to a minister's question - Where is the safest place to live?
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„We pledge to the families of Australia that we will never make your lives harder by imposing unnecessary new taxes.“

—  Tony Abbott Australian politician 1957
Quoted in "Fact file: What Tony Abbott promised on tax" http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-05-01/fact-file-what-tony-abbott-promised-on-tax/5420226 ABC News, July 23, 2014

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„Edgar Cayce gave this reading to counsel for taking proper attitude towards karma.“

—  Edgar Cayce Purported clairvoyant healer and psychic 1877 - 1945
Context: If the experience is used for self-indulgence, self-aggrandizement, or self-exaltation, the entity does so to its own undoing, and creates for itself that which has been called karma and which must be met. And in meeting every error, every trail, every temptation, whether they may be mental or physical experiences, the approach to it should always be in the attitude of: “Not my will, but Thine, O God, be done in and through me.” Many Mansions, Chapter 7 – Karma in suspension.

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„Make your countrymen, as well as foreigners, believe that you mete out justice fairly, and that you see everyone as family.“

—  Jang Bahadur Rana Nepalese prime minister and Maharaja of Lamjung and Kaski 1817 - 1877
Context: If you want to earn good name, you must go of greed and comparison. If you see idle men in need of help, don't make them pay court to you, rather get some work out of them. If it will please the masses, don't hesitate to kill even your own son. Forget about jealousy and anger, forget about wealth, and make moves that please largest section of population. Don't hesitate to add good men to your inner council: given them status, but don't chase after status yourself. Make your countrymen, as well as foreigners, believe that you mete out justice fairly, and that you see everyone as family. If you have to lie in the course of politics, do it by deluding masses so that they remain happy. It will then be easy to remain Prime Minister. Otherwise, there will be trouble. If you do anything that makes people unhappy, you will face real danger real fast. Quoted in letter (in Nepali) sent to his brother PM Bam Bahadur Kunwar. English translations retrieved from http://www.dipeshrisal.com/dibya-upadesh-of-sorts/

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„Lets you and I try to live on food stamps in New Jersey (high cost of living) and feed a family for a week or month. U game?“

—  Cory Booker 35th Class 2 senator for New Jersey in U.S. Congress 1969
Via Twitter, in response to a tweet asking "Why is there a family today that is ‘too poor’ to afford breakfast?" Booker would go on to do exactly that. He later told CBS that it had been a "terrible state of human existence", and continued "I'll be honest with you. I take so much for granted, even going to Starbucks and buying a cup of coffee is more than my daily food allowance right now," as quoted in

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„Everyone has inside of him a piece of good news. The good news is that you don't know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish! And what your potential is!“

—  Anne Frank victim of the Holocaust and author of a diary 1929 - 1945
As quoted in Networking the Kingdom: A Practical Strategy for Maximum Church Growth (1990) by O. J. Bryson, p. 187; this is the earliest source yet found for this attribution.

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„It means if you work hard, you should make a decent living. If you work hard, you should be able to support a family.“

—  Barack Obama 44th President of the United States of America 1961
Context: It was Adam Smith, the father of free-market economics, who once said, “They who feed, clothe, and lodge the whole body of the people should have such a share of the produce of their own labor as to be themselves tolerably well fed, clothed, and lodged.” And for those of you who don’t speak old-English let me translate. It means if you work hard, you should make a decent living. If you work hard, you should be able to support a family.

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