„All life is precious.“

—  George Bush, 2010s, 2011
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„The most precious thing in life is its uncertainty.“

—  Yoshida Kenkō japanese writer 1283 - 1350
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„Realizing that life is precious the natural tendency is to trample on it, like laughing at a funeral.“

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„So precious life is! Even to the old
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„As an atheist, I believe that all life is unspeakably precious, because it’s only here for a brief moment, a flare against the dark, and then it’s gone forever.“

—  J. Michael Straczynski, Passing Through Gethsemane
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