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irischer Schriftsteller 1882 - 1941

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„All that is, all that can be, all that will be, and all that will never be are in a community.“

—  Shaj Mohan Indian philosopher

from https://as.nyu.edu/content/nyu-as/as/departments/complit/events/2020-2021/poetics---theory-graduate-student-conference--communities--imagi.html

Kurt Cobain Foto

„All in all is all we are.“

—  Kurt Cobain American musician and artist 1967 - 1994

All Apologies
Song lyrics, In Utero (1993)
Variante: All in all is all we are.

Kate Bush Foto

„All the love, all the love,
All the love we should have given.
All the love, all the love,
All the love you could have given.
All the love…“

—  Kate Bush British recording artist; singer, songwriter, musician and record producer 1958

Song lyrics, The Dreaming (1982)

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Simone Weil Foto

„That reality is the unique source of all the good that can exist in this world: that is to say, all beauty, all truth, all justice, all legitimacy, all order, and all human behaviour that is mindful of obligations.“

—  Simone Weil French philosopher, Christian mystic, and social activist 1909 - 1943

Draft for a Statement of Human Obligation (1943)
Kontext: There is a reality outside the world, that is to say, outside space and time, outside man's mental universe, outside any sphere whatsoever that is accessible to human faculties.
Corresponding to this reality, at the centre of the human heart, is the longing for an absolute good, a longing which is always there and is never appeased by any object in this world.
Another terrestrial manifestation of this reality lies in the absurd and insoluble contradictions which are always the terminus of human thought when it moves exclusively in this world.
Just as the reality of this world is the sole foundation of facts, so that other reality is the sole foundation of good.
That reality is the unique source of all the good that can exist in this world: that is to say, all beauty, all truth, all justice, all legitimacy, all order, and all human behaviour that is mindful of obligations.
Those minds whose attention and love are turned towards that reality are the sole intermediary through which good can descend from there and come among men.
Although it is beyond the reach of any human faculties, man has the power of turning his attention and love towards it.
Nothing can ever justify the assumption that any man, whoever he may be, has been deprived of this power.
It is a power which is only real in this world in so far as it is exercised. The sole condition for exercising it is consent.
This act of consent may be expressed, or it may not be, even tacitly; it may not be clearly conscious, although it has really taken place in the soul. Very often it is verbally expressed although it has not in fact taken place. But whether expressed or not, the one condition suffices: that it shall in fact have taken place.
To anyone who does actually consent to directing his attention and love beyond the world, towards the reality that exists outside the reach of all human faculties, it is given to succeed in doing so. In that case, sooner or later, there descends upon him a part of the good, which shines through him upon all that surrounds him.

Dejan Stojanovic Foto

„Since there is no real silence, silence will contain all the sounds, all the words, all the languages, all knowledge, all memory.“

—  Dejan Stojanovic poet, writer, and businessman 1959

Silence Is the Universal Library http://www.poetrysoup.com/famous/poem/21396/Silence_Is_the_Universal_Library_
From the poems written in English

William L. Shirer Foto
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„This is the explanation of all wars, all racial and religious hatreds, all massacres, and all attempts at genocide.“

—  Taylor Caldwell Novelist 1900 - 1985

The Devil's Advocate (1952)
1950s
Kontext: You see, when a nation threatens another nation the people of the latter forget their factionalism, their local antagonisms, their political differences, their suspicions of each other, their religious hostilities, and band together as one unit. Leaders know that, and that is why so many of them whip up wars during periods of national crisis, or when the people become discontented and angry. The leaders stigmatize the enemy with every vice they can think of, every evil and human depravity. They stimulate their people’s natural fear of all other men by channeling it into a defined fear of just certain men, or nations. Attacking another nation, then, acts as a sort of catharsis, temporarily, on men’s fear of their immediate neighbors. This is the explanation of all wars, all racial and religious hatreds, all massacres, and all attempts at genocide.

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„All belongs to all. All things are for all men, since all men have need of them, since all men have worked in the measure of their strength to produce them, and since it is not possible to evaluate every one's part in the production of the world's wealth.
All things are for all.“

—  Peter Kropotkin Russian zoologist, evolutionary theorist, philosopher, scientist, revolutionary, economist, activist, geographer, writer 1842 - 1921

The Conquest of Bread (1907), p. 14 http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/anarchist_archives/kropotkin/conquest/toc.html
Variant: All things for all men, since all men have need of them, since all men worked to produce them in the measure of their strength, and since it is not possible to evaluate everyone's part in the production of the world's wealth... All is for all!
This variant was probably produced by a combination of accidental as well as deliberate omission, rather than a separate translation.
Kontext: The means of production being the collective work of humanity, the product should be the collective property of the race. Individual appropriation is neither just nor serviceable. All belongs to all. All things are for all men, since all men have need of them, since all men have worked in the measure of their strength to produce them, and since it is not possible to evaluate every one's part in the production of the world's wealth.
All things are for all. Here is an immense stock of tools and implements; here are all those iron slaves which we call machines, which saw and plane, spin and weave for us, unmaking and remaking, working up raw matter to produce the marvels of our time. But nobody has the right to seize a single one of these machines and say, "This is mine; if you want to use it you must pay me a tax on each of your products," any more than the feudal lord of medieval times had the right to say to the peasant, "This hill, this meadow belong to me, and you must pay me a tax on every sheaf of corn you reap, on every rick you build."
All is for all! If the man and the woman bear their fair share of work, they have a right to their fair share of all that is produced by all, and that share is enough to secure them well-being. No more of such vague formulas as "The Right to work," or "To each the whole result of his labour." What we proclaim is The Right to Well-Being: Well-Being for All!

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„The air is filled with endless images of the objects distributed in it; and all are represented in all, and all in one, and all in each“

—  Leonardo Da Vinci Italian Renaissance polymath 1452 - 1519

The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci (1883), II Linear Perspective
Kontext: The air is filled with endless images of the objects distributed in it; and all are represented in all, and all in one, and all in each, whence it happens that if two mirrors are placed in such a manner as to face each other exactly, the first will be reflected in the second and the second in the first. The first being reflected in the second takes to it the image of itself with all the images represented in it, among which is the image of the second mirror, and so, image within image, they go on to infinity in such a manner as that each mirror has within it a mirror, each smaller than the last and one inside the other. Thus, by this example, it is clearly proved that every object sends its image to every spot whence the object itself can be seen; and the converse: That the same object may receive in itself all the images of the objects that are in front of it.

Meher Baba Foto

„God is all. God knows all, and God does all.“

—  Meher Baba Indian mystic 1894 - 1969

Meher Baba’s Call (1954)
Kontext: God is all. God knows all, and God does all. When the Avatar proclaims he is the Ancient One, it is God who proclaims His manifestation on earth. When man utters for or against the Avatarhood, it is God who speaks through him. It is God alone who declares Himself through the Avatar and mankind.

Citát „All the gods, all the heavens, all the hells, are within you.“
Joseph Campbell Foto

„It was all right to be sad. It was all right to lament. It was all right to feel anger. But [is] not all right to run away.“

—  Miyuki Miyabe a popular contemporary Japanese author active in a number of genres that include science fiction, mystery fiction, hist… 1960

Quelle: Ico: Castle in the Mist

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Giordano Bruno Foto

„All things are in all.“

—  Giordano Bruno Italian philosopher, mathematician and astronomer 1548 - 1600

V 9; as translated by Dorothea Waley Singer (1950)
De immenso (1591)

Jack Kerouac Foto

„It was all completely serious, all completely hallucinated, all completely happy.“

—  Jack Kerouac, buch The Dharma Bums

Quelle: The Dharma Bums

William Morris Foto

„All wonder of pleasure, all doubt of desire,
All blindness, are ended“

—  William Morris author, designer, and craftsman 1834 - 1896

Love is Enough (1872), Song VIII: While Ye Deemed Him A-Sleeping
Kontext: All wonder of pleasure, all doubt of desire,
All blindness, are ended, and no more ye feel
If your feet treat his flowers or the flames of his fire,
If your breast meet his balms or the edge of his steel.
Change is come, and past over, no more strife, no more learning:
Now your lips and your forehead are sealed with his seal,
Look backward and smile at the thorns and the burning.
— Sweet rest, O my soul, and no fear of returning!

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„All, all for immortality,
Love like the light silently wrapping all.“

—  Walt Whitman American poet, essayist and journalist 1819 - 1892

Song of the Universal, 4
Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919)

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„Discoursing all the time with all,
yet acting far beyond all.“

—  Ghalib Urdu-Persian poet 1797 - 1869

Selections from the Persian Ghazals of Ghalib, p. 8
Poetry, Persian Couplets