„Hunger of the body is altogether different from the shallow, daily hunger of the belly. Those who have known this kind of hunger cannot entirely love, ever again, those who have not.“

—  Barbara Kingsolver, The Poisonwood Bible

Quelle: The Poisonwood Bible

Letzte Aktualisierung 3. Juni 2021. Geschichte
Barbara Kingsolver Foto
Barbara Kingsolver
US-amerikanische Schriftstellerin 1955

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„Lord, give bread to the hungry, and hunger for you to those who have bread.“

—  Catherine Doherty Religious order founder; Servant of God 1896 - 1985

Dearly Beloved, Vol. III (1990)

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Hesiod Foto

„Hunger is altogether a meet comrade for the sluggard.“

—  Hesiod, buch Werke und Tage

Original: (el) Λιμὸς γάρ τοι πάμπαν ἀεργῷ σύμφορος ἀνδρί.
Quelle: Works and Days (c. 700 BC), line 302.

Herbert Hoover Foto

„As a nation we must prevent hunger and cold to those of our people who are in honest difficulties.“

—  Herbert Hoover 31st President of the United States of America 1874 - 1964

The Hoover Policies (1937)

John Dewey Foto

„Hunger not to have, but to be“

—  John Dewey American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer 1859 - 1952

Sachin Tendulkar Foto
Matka Tereza Foto

„The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread.“

—  Matka Tereza Roman Catholic saint of Albanian origin 1910 - 1997

Interview by Edward W. Desmond in TIME magazine (4 December 1989)

Nelson Mandela Foto

„It was during those long and lonely years that my hunger for the freedom of my own people became a hunger for the freedom of all people, white and black.“

—  Nelson Mandela President of South Africa, anti-apartheid activist 1918 - 2013

1990s, Long Walk to Freedom (1995)
Kontext: It was during those long and lonely years that my hunger for the freedom of my own people became a hunger for the freedom of all people, white and black. I knew as well as I knew anything that the oppressor must be liberated just as surely as the oppressed. A man who takes away another man's freedom is a prisoner of hatred, he is locked behind the bars of prejudice and narrow-mindedness. I am not truly free if I am taking away someone else's freedom, just as surely as I am not free when my freedom is taken from me. The oppressed and the oppressor alike are robbed of their humanity.
When I walked out of prison, that was my mission, to liberate the oppressed and the oppressor both. Some say that has now been achieved. But I know that that is not the case. The truth is that we are not yet free; we have merely achieved the freedom to be free, the right not to be oppressed. We have not taken the final step of our journey, but the first step on a longer and even more difficult road. For to be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others. The true test of our devotion to freedom is just beginning.

João Goulart Foto
Suzanne Collins Foto
Laurell K. Hamilton Foto

„He wanted to feed the hunger of his skin. The hunger of his body not so much for orgasm but for that need to be held close and tight, that need we all have to press our nakedness against someone else's.“

—  Laurell K. Hamilton Novelist 1963

Anita Blake's observation about vampire servant Damian; p. 81
Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter series, Incubus Dreams (2004)

Orson Scott Card Foto
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David Mitchell Foto

„Human hunger birthed the Civ'lize, but human hunger killed it too.“

—  David Mitchell, buch Cloud Atlas

"Sloosha's Crossin' an' Ev'rythin' After", p. 286
Cloud Atlas (2004)

David Sedaris Foto
Herta Müller Foto

„Hunger is not a bunker or a bed frame, otherwise it could be measured. Hunger is not an object.“

—  Herta Müller, buch Atemschaukel

Quelle: The Hunger Angel (2012), p. 81

„Biting poverty and cruel Cupid are my foes. Hunger I can endure; love I cannot.“
Paupertas me saeva domat dirusque Cupido:<br/>sed toleranda fames, non tolerandus amor.

—  Claudian Roman Latin poet 370 - 404

Paupertas me saeva domat dirusque Cupido:
sed toleranda fames, non tolerandus amor.
Epigram XV http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/L/Roman/Texts/Claudian/Carmina_Minora*/omnia.html#XV

Diogenes of Sinope Foto

„When scolded for masturbating in public, he said "I wish it were as easy to banish hunger by rubbing my belly."“

—  Diogenes of Sinope ancient Greek philosopher, one of the founders of the Cynic philosophy -404 - -322 v.Chr

Diogenes Laërtius, vi. 46, 69
As quoted in Encarta Book of Quotations (2000) edited by Bill Swainson, p. 274
Quoted by Diogenes Laërtius
Variante: If only it were as easy to banish hunger by rubbing the belly as it is to masturbate.

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