„God created man to enjoy, not destroy, the fruits of the earth and of their own toil.“

1950s, The Chance for Peace (1953)
Kontext: These proposals spring, without ulterior motive or political passion, from our calm conviction that the hunger for peace is in the hearts of all people -- those of Russia and of China no less than of our own country. They conform to our firm faith that God created man to enjoy, not destroy, the fruits of the earth and of their own toil.

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Dwight David Eisenhower3
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„Diligence increaseth the fruit of toil. A dilatory man wrestles with losses.“

—  Hesiod, buch Werke und Tage

Quelle: Works and Days (c. 700 BC), line 412.

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Thich Nhat Hanh Foto

„It is said that God has created man in his own image. But it may be that humankind has created God in the image of humankind.“

—  Thich Nhat Hanh Religious leader and peace activist 1926

Quelle: Going Home: Jesus and Buddha as Brothers

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„Toil is the law of life and its best fruit.“

—  Lewis Morris (poet) Welsh poet in the English language 1833 - 1907

The Ode of perfect Years, reported in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919).

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„Everyone who enjoys thinks that the principal thing to the tree is the fruit, but in point of fact the principal thing to it is the seed.—Herein lies the difference between them that create and them that enjoy.“

—  Friedrich Nietzsche German philosopher, poet, composer, cultural critic, and classical philologist 1844 - 1900

Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919), Maxims

„First, a man is created in his own image, and only afterwards in the image of God.“

—  Menachem Mendel of Kotzk Polish rabbi 1787 - 1859

As quoted in Leaping Souls : Rabbi Menachem Mendel And The Spirit Of Kotzk (1993) by Chaim Feinberg
Variant translation: Man must "guard himself and his uniqueness, and not imitate his fellow … for initially man was created in his own image, and only afterwards in the image of God.

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William Tyndale Foto

„In the beginning God created heaven and earth.“

—  William Tyndale Bible translator and agitator from England 1494 - 1536

Genesis 1:1; archaic spelling: In the begynnynge God created heaven and erth.
Tyndale's translations

Alberto Moravia Foto

„In the beginning was boredom, commonly called chaos. God, bored with boredom, created the earth, the sky, the waters, the animals, the plants, Adam and Eve; and the latter, bored in their turn in paradise, ate the forbidden fruit. God became bored with them and drove them out of Eden.“

—  Alberto Moravia, buch L'Ennui

In principio, dunque, era la noia, volgarmente chiamata caos. Iddio, annoiandosi della noia, creò la terra, il cielo, l'acqua, gli animali, le piante, Adamo ed Èva; i quali ultimi, annoiandosi a loro volta in paradiso, mangiarono il frutto proibito. Iddio si annoiò di loro e li cacciò dall'Eden.
La noia (Milano: Bompiani, 1960) pp. 10-11; Angus Davidson (trans.) Boredom (New York: New York Review of Books, 1999) p. 8.

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„Love always creates, it never destroys. In this lies man's only promise.“

—  Leo Buscaglia Motivational speaker, writer 1924 - 1998

p 127
LOVE (1972)

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„We must dare to be great; and we must realize that greatness is the fruit of toil and sacrifice and high courage“

—  Theodore Roosevelt American politician, 26th president of the United States 1858 - 1919

Address at the opening of the gubernatorial campaign, New York City (5 October 1898), reported in "The Duties of a Great Nation", Campaigns and Controversies, vol. 14 of The Works of Theodore Roosevelt, national ed. (1926), chapter 45, p. 291
1890s
Kontext: Greatness means strife for nation and man alike. A soft, easy life is not worth living, if it impairs the fibre of brain and heart and muscle. We must dare to be great; and we must realize that greatness is the fruit of toil and sacrifice and high courage... We are face to face with our destiny and we must meet it with a high and resolute courage. For us is the life of action, of strenuous performance of duty; let us live in the harness, striving mightily; let us rather run the risk of wearing out than rusting out.

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„A mystic is a man who separates heaven and earth even if he enjoys them both.“

—  G. K. Chesterton, buch William Blake

"William Blake" (1920)

Thomas Hobbes Foto

„For naturall Bloud is in like manner made of the fruits of the Earth; and circulating, nourisheth by the way, every Member of the Body of Man.“

—  Thomas Hobbes, buch Leviathan

The Second Part, Chapter 24, p. 130 (See also: Velocity of money)
Leviathan (1651)

Benvenuto Cellini Foto

„All works of nature created by God in heaven and on earth are works of sculpture.“

—  Benvenuto Cellini Florentine sculptor and goldsmith 1500 - 1571

Tutte le opera, che si veggono fatte dallo Iddio della Natura in cielo ed in terra, sono tutte di Scultura.
Treatise on Sculpture (1564), opening words, cited from G. P. Carpani (ed.) Vita di Benvenuto Cellini (Milano: Nicolo Bettoni, 1821) vol. 3, p. 199; translation from Jean Paul Richter (ed.) The Literary Works of Leonardo da Vinci (London: Phaidon, 1970) vol. 1, p. 90.

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„Vegetarians should have that moral basis—that a man was not born a carnivorous animal, but born to live on the fruits and herbs that the earth grows.“

—  Mahatma Gandhi pre-eminent leader of Indian nationalism during British-ruled India 1869 - 1948

Speech at Meeting of London Vegetarian Society (20 November 1931), in The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi (New Delhi: Publications Division Government of India, 1999 electronic edition), Volume 54 http://www.gandhiashramsevagram.org/gandhi-literature/mahatma-gandhi-collected-works-volume-54.pdf, p. 189.
1930s

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