„Such is our pride, our folly, or our fate,
That few but such as cannot write, translate.“

To Sir Richard Fanshaw, Upon his Translation of Pastor Fido (1648), line 1.

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John Denham
irischer Schriftsteller 1615 - 1669

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Anton Chekhov Foto

„Is it our job to judge? The gendarme, policemen and bureaucrats have been especially prepared by fate for that job. Our job is to write, and only to write.“

—  Anton Chekhov Russian dramatist, author and physician 1860 - 1904

Letter to L.A. Avilova (April 27, 1899)

„Wyrd is the unfolding of our personal destiny. It has sometimes been translated into modern English as "fate." But it is much deeper than that. It does not see our lives as "pre-determined."“

—  Brian Bates British academic 1944

Way of Wyrd, Introduction : What is "Wyrd"? http://www.wayofwyrd.com/introduction_pc.html
Kontext: Wyrd is the unfolding of our personal destiny. It has sometimes been translated into modern English as "fate." But it is much deeper than that. It does not see our lives as "pre-determined." Rather, it is an all-encompassing view which connects us to all things, thoughts, emotions, events in the cosmos as if through the threads of an enormous, invisible but dynamic web. Today, scientists know intellectually that all things are interconnected. But the power of Wyrd is to realise this in our inner being, and to know how to use it to manifest our personal destiny.
Today, through a deep connection with wyrd, we are inspired to see our lives in a new and empowering way. It restores our experience of the healing power of love, nature and creativity. It is about letting into our lives the guidance of an extended universe of spirit. It brings ancient wisdom together with modern science in the service of enhancing our lives, and the integrity of our human presence on the planet.

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„I cannot believe that our existence in this universe is a mere quirk of fate, an accident of history, an incidental blip in the great cosmic drama. Our involvement is too intimate.“

—  Paul Davies British physicist 1946

Quelle: The Mind of God: The Scientific Basis for a Rational World (1992), Ch. 9: 'The Mystery at the End of the Universe', p. 232

Barack Obama Foto

„Our fates are linked, and we cannot ignore those who are yearning not only for freedom but also prosperity.“

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

2013, Brandenburg Gate Speech (June 2013)

„The vitality of our network will determine our professional fate.“

—  Tom Peters American writer on business management practices 1942

Quelle: The Little Big Things: 163 Ways To Pursue Excellence (2010), p. 50.

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Claude Bernard Foto

„Science increases our power in proportion as it lowers our pride.“

—  Claude Bernard French physiologist 1813 - 1878

Bulletin of New York Academy of Medicine, Vol. IV (1928)

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„Translated After Hitler, our turn.“

—  Ernst Thälmann leader of the Communist Party of Germany (KPD) during much of the Weimar Republic 1886 - 1944

Nach Hitler kommen Wir.
Ernst Thälmann (1931), cited in: Michelle Goldberg. " After Trump, Our Turn! http://www.slate.com/blogs/xx_factor/2016/03/29/susan_sarandon_is_perfect_spokeswoman_for_neverhillary.html" at slate.com, March 29, 2016.
Quote is about Thälmann's refusal to oppose the Nazis in the 1932 German election helped bring them to power. It was quoted by Goldberg (2016) as historical precedent for leftists refusing to oppose Donald Trump as US President.
The English quote is mentioned in over 30 publications, mostly as a communist slogan around 1930, yet only 4 publications actually attributed the quote to Ernst Thälmann. The original quote is mentioned in numerous publications.

Jacques Delille Foto

„Fate chooses our relatives, we choose our friends.“

—  Jacques Delille French poet and translator 1738 - 1813

Le sort fait les parents, le choix fait les amis.
Malheur at Pitié (1803), canto I.

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Isabel Quintero Foto

„This negation of our existence, and the omitting of our stories and histories, is one of the reasons I write — I write to exist. We cannot escape our past; our past determines what choices we make for the future. It determines how we act, how we see ourselves…“

—  Isabel Quintero

On the absence of people of color in her school curriculums in “‘My Writing is My Activism’: An Interview with Isabel Quintero” https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/my-writing-is-my-activism-an-interview-with-isabel-quintero/ in Los Angeles Review of Books (2017 Feb 1)

William Wordsworth Foto

„Never to blend our pleasure or our pride
With sorrow of the meanest thing that feels.“

—  William Wordsworth English Romantic poet 1770 - 1850

Hart-leap Well, part ii.
Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919)

Philip Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield Foto

„Our conjectures pass upon us for truths; we will know what we do not know, and often, what we cannot know: so mortifying to our pride is the base suspicion of ignorance.“

—  Philip Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield British statesman and man of letters 1694 - 1773

14 December 1756
Letters to His Son on the Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman (1774)

Thomas Campbell Foto

„To bear is to conquer our fate.“

—  Thomas Campbell British writer 1777 - 1844

On visiting a Scene in Argyleshire
Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919)

Winston S. Churchill Foto

„We are still masters of our fate.
We are still captains of our souls.“

—  Winston S. Churchill Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1874 - 1965

Quelle: The Crisis

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„Those who boast of friendship with us, they can really be our friend when they respect our independence, our soil and our prideful traditions.“

—  Hafizullah Amin politician, former Afghan head of state (1979) 1929 - 1979

As quoted in Beverley Male (1982) Revolutionary Afghanistan: A Reappraisal, page 183

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