— Byron Katie American spiritual writer 1942
— Ayn Rand Russian-American novelist and philosopher 1905 - 1982
„People tell me, 'Bill, let it go. The Kennedy assassination was years ago. It was just the assassination of a President and the hijacking of our government by a totalitarian regime — who cares? Just let it go.' I say, 'All right then. That whole Jesus thing? Let it go! It was 2,000 years ago! Who cares?“
— Bill Hicks American comedian 1961 - 1994
„Mrs. Robbins asked: “If I am not for myself, who then is for me?”—and she was for herself so passionately that the other people in the world decided that they were not going to let Pamela Robbins beat them at her own game, and stopped playing.“
— Randall Jarrell poet, critic, novelist, essayist 1914 - 1965
Chapter 1, p. 12
— Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl
— Groucho Marx American comedian 1890 - 1977
„Those who injure me are really impelled by my actions.
For this they will go to the realms of hell.
Surely it is they who are harmed by me?“
— Šantidéva 8th-century Indian Buddhist monk and scholar 685
— Elvis Presley American singer and actor 1935 - 1977
Love Me Tender (1956), the lyrics of this song are credited to Presley and co-writer Vera Matson, but were primarily written by Matson's husband, Ken Darby, who when asked why he credited his wife as co-writer with Presley replied ""Because she didn't write it either.""
— P. L. Travers Australian-British novelist, actress and journalist 1899 - 1996
Context: For me there are no answers, only questions, and I am grateful that the questions go on and on. I don't look for an answer, because I don't think there is one. I'm very glad to be the bearer of a question. Quoted in "Hail, Mary!" in The Independent (19 September 2004) http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4159/is_20040919/ai_n12760667/print by Mark Bostridge
— Salvador Allende Chilean physician and politician 1908 - 1973
Context: Now the question is, "Who is going to use whom?" Even accepting the form of the question, the answer is the proletariat. If it wasn't so I wouldn't be here. I am working for Socialism and through Socialism. As quoted in Conversations With Allende (1970) by Regis Debray