„Goods which are not shared are not goods.“

—  Fernando de Rojas, Act I.
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„That which is striking and beautiful is not always good; but that which is good is always beautiful.“

—  Ninon de L'Enclos French author, courtesan, freethinker, and patron of the arts 1620 - 1705
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„That which is good for the enemy harms you, and that which is good for you harms the enemy.“

—  Niccolo Machiavelli Italian politician, Writer and Author 1469 - 1527
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„We all have a share in it, and none of it is good. There are no heroes, just bums. I include myself in that.“

—  Maxwell D. Taylor United States general 1901 - 1987
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„I shared with ships good joys and fortunes wide
That might befall their beauty and their pride“

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