— John Wooden, Wooden: A Lifetime of Observations and Reflections On and Off the Court
— Max Lucado American clergyman and writer 1955
— Rick Warren Christian religious leader 1954
— Vincent Van Gogh Dutch post-Impressionist painter (1853-1890) 1853 - 1890
Context: I think that everything that is really good and beautiful, the inner, moral, spiritual and sublime beauty in men and their works, comes from God, and everything that is bad and evil in the works of men and in men is not from God, and God does not approve of it. But I cannot help thinking that the best way of knowing God is to love many things. Love this friend, this person, this thing, whatever you like, and you will be on the right road to understanding Him better, that is what I keep telling myself. But you must love with a sublime, genuine, profound sympathy, with devotion, with intelligence, and you must try all the time to understand Him more, better and yet more. That will lead to God, that will lead to an unshakable faith.
— Joaquin Miller American judge 1837 - 1913
Context: p>The sunlight of a sunlit land, A land of fruit, of flowers, and A land of love and calm delight; A land where night is not like night, And noon is but a name for rest, And love for love is reckoned best. Where conversations of the eyes Are all enough; where beauty thrills The heart like hues of harvest-home; Where rage lies down, where passion dies, Where peace hath her abiding place....</p IV, p. 26.
— Gabriela Mistral Chilean poet-diplomat, writer, educator and feminist. 1889 - 1957
— George Herbert Welsh-born English poet, orator and Anglican priest 1593 - 1633