„We will never have true civilization until we have learned to recognize the rights of others.“

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„Until men learn to celebrate and operate on the feminine aspect of themselves and stop the oppression of women, children, the environment, other species, we don’t have a world to live in. It’s not a world that anyone chooses to live in.“

—  James Cromwell American actor and producer 1940

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„It is only by having desire thwarted, and thereby learning to control it—in other words, by becoming civilized—that men become fully human.“

—  Theodore Dalrymple English doctor and writer 1949

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„Never shall we apprehend the nature of true divinity nor the true divineness of Jesus of Nazareth, the Carpenter's Son, till we learn to moralize our theology, training ourselves to lay less stress on "Almighty"“

—  Edwin Abbott Abbott British theologian and author 1838 - 1926

an epithet characteristic of the silver age of Hebrew literature and of our Anglican Prayer Book, but never once used as an epithet of God by Him who knew Him as He is. By way of compensation, we must lay far more stress on "Wise" and "Good."
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„For the things we have to learn before we can do, we learn by doing.“

—  Aristotle, livro Nicomachean Ethics

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—  Elizabeth Bibesco writer, actress; Romanian princess 1897 - 1945

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„Because we all share this small planet earth, we have to learn to live in harmony and peace with each other and with nature. That is not just a dream, but a necessity.“

—  Tenzin Gyatso spiritual leader of Tibet 1935

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Contexto: Because we all share this small planet earth, we have to learn to live in harmony and peace with each other and with nature. That is not just a dream, but a necessity. We are dependent on each other in so many ways, that we can no longer live in isolated communities and ignore what is happening outside those communities, and we must share the good fortune that we enjoy.

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