„The right diet directs sexual energy into the parts that matter.“

—  Barbara Cartland, The Observer (London, Jan. 11, 1981)
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Context: Thought is matter as much as the floor, the wall, the telephone, are matter. Energy functioning in a pattern becomes matter. That is all life is … Matter and energy are interrelated. The one cannot exist without the other, and the more harmony there is between the two, the more balance, the more active the brain cells are. Thought has set up this pattern of pleasure, pain, fear, and has been functioning inside it for thousands of years and cannot break the pattern because it has created it.

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—  Samuel Adams American statesman, Massachusetts governor, and political philosopher 1722 - 1803
Variant: Driven from every other corner of the earth, freedom of thought and the right of private judgment in matters of conscience, direct their course to this happy country as their last asylum.

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—  Dr. Moog electronic music pioneer and inventor from the United States 1934 - 2005
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