„The universe doesn't decide what's right or not right. You do.“

Quelle: Dash & Lily's Book of Dares

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„It's all right. It doesn't matter what you do. We're dreaming, you know.“

—  Cassandra Clare, buch Clockwork Prince

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Christopher Paolini Foto

„I know what we do is right but right doesn't always mean easy.“

—  Christopher Paolini, buch Eragon - Die Weisheit des Feuers

Quelle: Brisingr

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„Take all the time you need
It's a lovely night
If you decide to come
You're gonna do it right.“

—  Brian Wilson American musician, singer, songwriter and record producer 1942

"Busy Doin' Nothin'"
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„You can do what you decide to do — but you cannot decide what you will decide to do.“

—  Sam Harris, buch Free Will (book)

Free Will
Variante: You can do what you decide to do—but you cannot decide what you will decide to do.

„It doesn't matter what people thinks of you as long as you know that your heart and head are in the right place.“

—  Steve Kluger, buch Almost Like Being in Love

Quelle: Almost Like Being in Love

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„It doesn't matter what's the cause,
What wrong they say we're righting,
A curse for treaties, bonds and laws,
When we're to do the fighting!“

—  Robert Graves English poet and novelist 1895 - 1985

"To Lucasta on Going to the War — For the Fourth Time"
Fairies and Fusiliers (1917)

Theodore Roosevelt Foto

„When a judge decides a constitutional question, when he decides what the people as a whole can or cannot do, the people should have the right to recall that decision if they think it wrong.“

—  Theodore Roosevelt American politician, 26th president of the United States 1858 - 1919

1910s, California's Policies Proclaimed (Feb. 21, 1911)
Kontext: When a judge decides a constitutional question, when he decides what the people as a whole can or cannot do, the people should have the right to recall that decision if they think it wrong. We should hold the judiciary in all respect; but it is both absurd and degrading to make a fetish of a judge or of anyone else.

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„Sometimes you have to do what’s wrong in order to do what’s right.“

—  Peter F. Hamilton, buch The Dreaming Void

Quelle: The Dreaming Void

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