„The Fascist accepts life and loves it, knowing nothing of and despising suicide; he rather conceives of life as duty and struggle and conquest, life which should be high and full, lived for oneself, but above all for others — those who are at hand and those who are far distant, contemporaries, and those who will come after.“

—  Benito Mussolini, buch The Doctrine of Fascism

"The Doctrine of Fascism" (1932)
1930s

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—  John the Evangelist author of the Gospel of John; traditionally identified with John the Apostle of Jesus, John of Patmos (author of Revela… 10 - 98

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„Death is the veil which those who live call life;
They sleep, and it is lifted.“

—  Percy Bysshe Shelley, Prometheus Unbound

Earth, Act III, sc. iii, l. 113
Variante: Lift not the painted veil which those who live
Call Life.
Quelle: Prometheus Unbound (1818–1819; publ. 1820)

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„Those who struggle for virtue in community life will have greater merit“

—  Saint Nimatullah Kassab Lebanese Maronite monk and saint 1808 - 1858

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„He was the best troubadour of those who lived before him or came after him, and for that reason was called the master of the troubadours, a title which is still applied to him in the opinion of those who know something about poetry and love.“

—  Giraut de Bornelh French writer 1138 - 1220

Anonymous 13th century Provençal biographer of Guiraut de Bornelh, cited from H. J. Chaytor The Troubadours of Dante (1902) pp. 29-30; translation from The Catholic Encyclopedia (1909) vol. 6. http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/06570b.htm
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Original: (oc) E fo meiller trobaire que negus d'aquels qu'eron estat denan ni foron après lui; per que fo apellatz maestre dels trobadors, et es ancar per totz aquels que ben entendon subtils ditz ni ben pauzatz d'amor e de sen.

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—  Margaret Cho American stand-up comedian 1968

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„Life is a tragedy for those who feel, and a comedy for those who think.“

—  Jean de La Bruyère 17th-century French writer and philosopher 1645 - 1696

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As quoted in Selected Thoughts from the French: XV Century-XX Century, with English Translations (1913), pp. 132-133, by James Raymond Solly. This may conceivably be a misattribution, because as yet no definite citation of a specific work by La Bruyère has been located, and the statement is very similar to one known to have been made by Horace Walpole in a letter of 31 December 1769: The world is a comedy to those that think; a tragedy to those that feel.

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„Life is a comedy to those who think and a tragedy for those who feel.“

—  Horace Walpole English art historian, man of letters, antiquarian and Whig politician 1717 - 1797

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A favourite saying of Walpole's, it is repeated in other of his letters, and might be derived from a similar statement attributed to Jean de La Bruyère, though unsourced: "Life is a tragedy for those who feel, and a comedy for those who think". An earlier form occurs in another published letter:
I have often said, and oftener think, that this world is a comedy to those that think, a tragedy to those that feel — a solution of why Democritus laughed and Heraclitus wept.
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Variante: The world is a comedy to those that think; a tragedy to those that feel.

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