„The world in all doth but two nations bear —
The good, the bad; and these mixed everywhere.“

—  Andrew Marvell, The Loyal Scot (1650-1652).
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Andrew Marvell
1621 - 1678

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And, deeply pondering, we shall learn 'tis this
Diversity that makes the world so fair.“

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—  Stephen Foster American songwriter 1826 - 1864
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„Love's whole world on us doth wheel.“

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