„If a man does not work passionately - even furiously - at being the best in the world at what he does, he fails his talent, his destiny, and his God.“

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American art director, designer and author 1931

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„Man's sin is in his failure to live what he is. Being the master of the earth, man forgets that he is the servant of God.“

—  Abraham Joshua Heschel Polish-American Conservative Judaism Rabbi 1907 - 1972

As quoted in The World's Religions (1976) by Sir James Norman Dalrymple Anderson, p. 61

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„The happiness of a man in this life does not consist in the absence but in the mastery of his passions.“

—  Alfred, Lord Tennyson British poet laureate 1809 - 1892

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„The biggest fool in the world is he who merely does his work supremely well, without attending to appearance.“

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„In a high situation, he does not treat with contempt his inferiors. In a low situation, he does not court the favor of his superiors.“

—  Confucius Chinese teacher, editor, politician, and philosopher -551 - -479 v.Chr

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Kontext: The superior man does what is proper to the station in which he is; he does not desire to go beyond this. In a position of wealth and honor, he does what is proper to a position of wealth and honor. In a poor and low position, he does what is proper to a poor and low position. Situated among barbarous tribes, he does what is proper to a situation among barbarous tribes. In a position of sorrow and difficulty, he does what is proper to a position of sorrow and difficulty. The superior man can find himself in no situation in which he is not himself. In a high situation, he does not treat with contempt his inferiors. In a low situation, he does not court the favor of his superiors. He rectifies himself, and seeks for nothing from others, so that he has no dissatisfactions. He does not murmur against Heaven, nor grumble against men. Thus it is that the superior man is quiet and calm, waiting for the appointments of Heaven, while the mean man walks in dangerous paths, looking for lucky occurrences.

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„Of a rich man who was niggardly he said, "That man does not own his estate, but his estate owns him."“

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