„Better a loving single parent family than a 'conventional' family wherein the parents hate each other and the father is a demagogue.“

—  Moby

"One problem with cultural conservatism," essay included with the compilation album I Like to Score (1997)

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1965

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„The greatest tragedy of the family is the unlived lives of the parents.“

—  C.G. Jung Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist who founded analytical psychology 1875 - 1961

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„It's funny, I grew up in a happy family with loving parents, but I've killed off a lot of parents in these books. The orphan in children's literature, allows the child protagonist to move the story forward themselves. I think that, however happy a family, every intelligent child thinks: 'How did I come to be born to these parents?“

—  Brian Selznick American children's illustrator and writer 1966

it is about finding your place in the world.
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„A father’s traditional role prepared him to love his family by being away from the love of his family.“

—  Warren Farrell author, spokesperson, expert witness, political candidate 1943

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„Great families of yesterday we show,
And lords whose parents were the Lord knows who.“

—  Daniel Defoe English trader, writer and journalist 1660 - 1731

Pt. I, l. 374.
The True-Born Englishman http://www.luminarium.org/editions/trueborn.htm (1701)

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„From the dawn of the world the chief duty of a parent has been to keep his family secure from want.“

—  Robert Hunter (author) American sociologist, author, golf course architect 1874 - 1942

Fonte: Why We Fail as Christians (1919), p. 60
Contexto: The greatest obstacle that confronted Tolstoy lies rooted deep in the soul of man. It is the fear of poverty and the dread of want which ages of struggle with man and beast and with all the adverse elements of nature has bred in us. Surely history teaches us too well the nature and character of man for us to believe readily that there are many fathers and mothers who would ever consent to become Christians on the conditions set forth by Tolstoy.... who to day would fail to condemn unreservedly any father who would take his babies from a comfortable home to live hungry and shelterless in the forests and fields. From the dawn of the world the chief duty of a parent has been to keep his family secure from want.

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„When I painted Christ's parents I was thinking of my own parents. The bearded man is the Child's father. He is my father.“

—  Marc Chagall French artist and painter 1887 - 1985

Chagall stated this in 1950
as quoted in From Rebel to Rabbi: Reclaiming Jesus and the Making of Modern Jewish Culture, Matthew B. Hoffman; Stanford University Press, 2007, p. 219
after 1930

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„Aren't family squabbles jolly fun? Bleeding ulcers run in my family, we give them to each other.“

—  Lois McMaster Bujold, livro Borders of Infinity

Vorkosigan Saga, The Mountains of Mourning (1989)
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