„Say nothing good of yourself, you will be distrusted; say nothing bad of yourself, you will be taken at your word.“

—  Joseph Roux, Meditations of a Parish Priest (1866), Part 5, XXII
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„But, if you have nothing at all to create, then perhaps you create yourself.“

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„With men, you say yourself, infidelity is not inconstancy.“

—  Pierre Choderlos de Laclos French novelist, official and army general 1741 - 1803
Les liaisons dangereuses (1782), Pour les hommes, dites-vous vous-même, l'infidélité n'est pas l'inconstance. Letter 139: Madame la Présidente Tourvel to Madame de Rosemonde. Trans. P.W.K. Stone (1961). http://fr.wikisource.org/wiki/Les_Liaisons_dangereuses_-_Lettre_139

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„Some of the words you'll find within yourself,
the rest some power will inspire you to say.“

—  Homér Ancient Greek epic poet, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey 750
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„If you have nothing to say and want badly to say it, then all the words in all the dictionaries will not suffice.“

—  Eric Hoffer American philosopher 1902 - 1983
Context: There is not an idea that cannot be expressed in 200 words. But the writer must know precisely what he wants to say. If you have nothing to say and want badly to say it, then all the words in all the dictionaries will not suffice. Letter to Mrs. Blumberg (27 September 1977)

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