„I need say hardly anything in the Unintelligence of the Negroes, They show capacities of Providence and they are most likely always having low self-esteem But needless to say my Virtue, Power, And Strength have helped them to become strong most upcoming individuals in the nation they show pride and interest in education and learning new things And Just know What lies with you once lies with you more until change is done.“

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„I'll no longer say that I have supernatural powers. I am an entertainer. I want to do a good show. My entire character has changed.“

—  Uri Geller Israeli illusionist 1946
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„I always say, as you know, that if my fellow citizens want to go to Hell I will help them. It's my job.“

—  Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. United States Supreme Court justice 1841 - 1935
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„The Brahmacharis as the most difficult thing she had ever done.... don't you think I have learnt something from Indian painting?... I don't know whether it is a passing phase or a durable change in my outlook but I see in a more detached manner, more ironically than I have ever done.“

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„None of us can help the things life has done to us. They’re done before you realize it, and once they’re done they make you do other things until at last everything comes between you and what you’d like to be, and you’ve lost your true self forever.“

—  Eugene O'Neill, Long Day's Journey Into Night
Context: But I suppose life has made him like that, and he can't help it. None of us can help the things life has done to us. They're done before you realize it, and once they're done they make you do other things until at last everything comes between you and what you'd like to be, and you've lost your true self forever. Page 63 (Act 2, Scene 1)

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