„When you become fully responisble for your life, you can become fully human; once you become human, you may discover what it mens to be a warrior.“


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„Don't you know when you give life, then you become what you are?“

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„The visions you glorify in your mind,
The ideals you enthrone in your heart..
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This you will become.“

—  James Allen British philosophical writer 1864 - 1912
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„Thinking should become your capital asset, whatever ups and downs you may come across in your life.“

—  A. P. J. Abdul Kalam 11th President of India, scientist and science administrator 1931 - 2015
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