„They were not half living, or quarter living. They were simply so many bags of bones in which sparks of life fluttered faintly.“

—  Jack London, buch Ruf der Wildnis

Quelle: The Call of the Wild

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US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller und Journalist 1876 - 1916

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„A life lived in fear… is a life half-lived.“

—  Baz Luhrmann Australian film director, screenwriter and producer 1962

Quelle: Strictly Ballroom

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„And so I am an American and I have lived half my life in Paris, not the half that made me but the half in which I made what I made.“

—  Gertrude Stein American art collector and experimental writer of novels, poetry and plays 1874 - 1946

An American and France (1936)

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„Life is simply the reification of the process of living.“

—  Ernst Mayr German-American Evolutionary Biologist 1904 - 2005

Attributed to Ernst Mayr in: artin John Ingrouille, Bill Eddie (2006) Plants. p. 400

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„Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.“

—  Mahatma Gandhi pre-eminent leader of Indian nationalism during British-ruled India 1869 - 1948

Variant on aphorism "Study as if you were to live forever. Live as if you were to die tomorrow" pre-dating Gandhi, variously attributed to Isidore of Seville (c. 560 – 636), in FPA Book of Quotations (1952) by Franklin Pierce Adams, to Edmund Rich (1175–1240) in American Journal of Education (1877), or to Alain de Lille in Samuel Smiles's Duty https://books.google.com/books?id=33UzAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA363&dq=live+die+tomorrow+learn+forever&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjd3s_2m57MAhWFMGMKHe-sAl8Q6AEIHDAA#v=onepage&q=live%20die%20tomorrow%20learn%20forever&f=false (1881).
The 1995 book "The good boatman: a portrait of Gandhi," states that Gandhi subscribed "to the view that a man should live thinking he might die tomorrow but learn as if he would live forever."
In his 2010 Boyer lecture Glyn Davis (Professor of Political Science and Vice-Chancellor of Melbourne University) attributes the quote to Desiderius Erasmus. "He [Erasmus] reworked Pliny to urge 'live as if you are to die tomorrow, study as if you were to live forever'. Many students obey the first clause - the best heed both."
There is a similar quote by Johann Gottfried Herder: "Mensch, genieße dein Leben, als müssest morgen du weggehn; Schone dein Leben, als ob ewig du weiletest hier." ["Man, enjoy your life as if you were to depart tomorrow; spare your life as if you were to linger here forever."] (Zerstreute Blätter, 1785).

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„They were neither good nor evil now — every living thing
was simply creeping or hopping along in the mass panic.“

—  Wisława Szymborska Polish writer 1923 - 2012

"Lot's Wife"
Poems New and Collected (1998), A Large Number (1976)
Kontext: I felt age within me. Distance.
The futility of wandering. Torpor.
I looked back setting my bundle down.
I looked back not knowing where to set my foot.
Serpents appeared on my path,
spiders, field mice, baby vultures.
They were neither good nor evil now — every living thing
was simply creeping or hopping along in the mass panic.

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„Don't live your life as though you were measuring it with a ruler.“

—  Sun Myung Moon Korean religious leader 1920 - 2012

The Way of God's Will Chapter 2-2 Character http://www.unification.org/ucbooks/WofGW/wogw2-02.htm Translated 1980.

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