„Both of us [seem] to agree that the future of Jung's ideas is not with [psycho-] therapy… but with a unitarian, holistic concept of nature and the position of man in it.“

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„Man’s ideas change, but not his inherent nature.“

—  Taylor Caldwell Novelist 1900 - 1985

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Kontext: We, perhaps, have corrupted our children and our grandchildren by heedless affluence, by a lack of manliness, by giving the younger generation more money and liberty than their youth can handle, by indoctrinating them with sinister ideologies and false values, by permitting them, as young children, to indulge themselves in imprudence to superiors and defiance of duly constituted authority, by lack of prudent, swift punishment when the transgressed, by coddling and pampering them when they were children and protecting them from a very dangerous world — which always was and always will be. We gave them no moral arms, no spiritual armor.
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—  Barack Obama 44th President of the United States of America 1961

He understood that ideas cannot be contained by prison walls, or extinguished by a sniper’s bullet. He turned his trial into an indictment of apartheid because of his eloquence and his passion, but also because of his training as an advocate. He used decades in prison to sharpen his arguments, but also to spread his thirst for knowledge to others in the movement. And he learned the language and the customs of his oppressor so that one day he might better convey to them how their own freedom depend upon his.
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„Nature forms us for ourselves, not for others; to be, not to seem.“

—  Anaïs Nin, The Journals Of Anais Nin

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—  Michel De Montaigne, buch Essays

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