„Progress? There's no such thing as progress. There's only change. You dig a hole in the ground, you build up a city, and you fight a war, and you call it progress?“

Interview track from Charles Manson Sings (2006)

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amerikanischer Krimineller 1934 - 2017

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„To drive real progress, you have to change both hearts and laws. You need both understanding and action.“

—  Hillary Clinton American politician, senator, Secretary of State, First Lady 1947

Presidential campaign (April 12, 2015 – 2016), 2016 Democratic National Convention (July 28, 2016)
Kontext: It became clear to me that simply caring is not enough. To drive real progress, you have to change both hearts and laws. You need both understanding and action.

„If you want something different, DO something different. Without change progress is impossible.“

—  Steve Maraboli 1975

Quelle: Life, the Truth, and Being Free (2010), p. 132

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„Although there is no progress without change, not all change is progress.“

—  John Wooden American basketball coach 1910 - 2010

Quelle: Wooden: A Lifetime of Observations and Reflections On and Off the Court

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„Not all that we call progress is progress.“

—  Paul Harvey American broadcaster 1918 - 2009

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„Change is one thing, progress is another.“

—  Bertrand Russell logician, one of the first analytic philosophers and political activist 1872 - 1970

1950s, Unpopular Essays (1950)

Thomas Jefferson Foto

„The natural progress of things is for liberty to yield, and government to gain ground.“

—  Thomas Jefferson 3rd President of the United States of America 1743 - 1826

Letter to Edward Carrington, Paris (27 May 1788) PTJ, 13:208-9 http://www.monticello.org/site/jefferson/natural-progress-things-quotation
Quelle: Letters of Thomas Jefferson

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„Only killers call killing progress“

—  Matthew Good Canadian singer-songwriter 1971

Musical Works, Hospital Music, Black Helicopter

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„You cannot dig a hole in a different place by digging the same hole deeper.“

—  Edward de Bono Maltese physician 1933

Quelle: Lateral Thinking : Creativity Step by Step (1970), p. 8.

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„Until you dig a hole, you plant a tree, you water it and make it survive, you haven't done a thing. You are just talking.“

—  Wangari Maathai Kenyan environmental and political activist 1940 - 2011

Speech at Goldman Awards, San Francisco (24 April 2006)

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„We find that in research a certain amount of intelligent ignorance is essential to progress; for, if you know too much, you won't try the thing.“

—  Charles Kettering American inventor, engineer, businessman, and the holder of 140 patents 1876 - 1958

quoted in Professional Amateur: The Biography Of Charles Franklin Kettering, Thomas Alvin Boyd, 1957 page 106 ( Internet Archive https://archive.org/details/professionalamat013190mbp)

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„I tell you all this because it's important to note progress.“

—  Barack Obama 44th President of the United States of America 1961

2016, Howard University commencement address (May 2016)
Kontext: Racism persists. Inequality persists. Don’t worry — I’m going to get to that. But I wanted to start, Class of 2016, by opening your eyes to the moment that you are in. If you had to choose one moment in history in which you could be born, and you didn’t know ahead of time who you were going to be — what nationality, what gender, what race, whether you’d be rich or poor, gay or straight, what faith you'd be born into — you wouldn’t choose 100 years ago. You wouldn’t choose the fifties, or the sixties, or the seventies. You’d choose right now. If you had to choose a time to be, in the words of Lorraine Hansberry, “young, gifted, and black” in America, you would choose right now.
I tell you all this because it's important to note progress. Because to deny how far we’ve come would do a disservice to the cause of justice, to the legions of foot soldiers; to not only the incredibly accomplished individuals who have already been mentioned, but your mothers and your dads, and grandparents and great grandparents, who marched and toiled and suffered and overcame to make this day possible. I tell you this not to lull you into complacency, but to spur you into action — because there’s still so much more work to do, so many more miles to travel. And America needs you to gladly, happily take up that work.

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