„Our job is to hold fast to the rope of Allah with patience.“

Eid and Friday Sermons
Quelle: God's Help is Needed to Attain Righteousness https://www.alislam.org/friday-sermon/2011-10-28.htm, Friday Sermon October 28th, 2011

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Mirza Masroor Ahmad23
spiritual leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community 1950

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„Never think that God's delays are God's denials. Hold on; hold fast; hold out. Patience is genius.“

—  Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon French natural historian 1707 - 1788

As quoted in New Cyclopædia of Illustrations (1870) by Elon Foster, p. 492

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„(Allah rendered) patience as a help for getting reward.“

—  Fatimah daughter of Muhammad and Khadijah 604 - 632

Ayan al-Shī‘ah, vol.1, p. 316.
Religious Wisdom

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„When you're at the end of your rope, tie a knot and hold on.“

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

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Thierry Baudet Foto

„How long are the party cartel and the job carousel going to abuse our patience, when the flagship of renaissance is ready to set sail?“

—  Thierry Baudet Dutch writer and jurist 1983

Quo usque tandem factionem cartellum et officiorum machina patientia nostra abutitur dum navis praetoria resurrectionis ad profiscendum parata est?
Hoelang stellen het partijkartel en de baantjescarrousel ons geduld nog op de proef terwijl het vlaggenschip van de renaissancevloot klaarligt?
60th Plenary Session of the Tweede Kamer. https://www.tweedekamer.nl/kamerstukken/plenaire_verslagen/detail/fe96bbcd-c77d-4e32-9f78-481d7921f379 Maiden speech in Parliament on 28 March 2017.
Modelled after the opening line of Cicero’s famous Catiline Orations: Quo usque tandem abutere, Catilina, patientia nostra?
In English: “How long will you, Catiline, abuse our patience?”
Baudet makes several grammatical mistakes, namely, declining factio in the accusative singular factionem instead of the genitive plural factionum, conjugating abutor, abuti in the third-person singular present active indicative abutitur instead of the third-person plural present abutuntur or the third-person plural future abutentur, and declining proficiscor into the accusative gerund as *profiscendum instead of proficiscendum.
A grammatically correct version would read: Quo usque tandem factionum cartellum et officiorum machina patientia nostra abutuntur dum navis praetoria resurrectionis ad proficiscendum parata est?

Norman Cousins Foto

„A book is like a piece of rope; it takes on meaning only in connection with the things it holds together.“

—  Norman Cousins American journalist 1915 - 1990

15 April 1978.
Saturday Review

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Bernard Lown Foto

„We must hold fast to the dream that reason will prevail.“

—  Bernard Lown American cardiologist developer of the DC defibrillator and the cardioverter, as well as a recipient of the Nobel Peace… 1921

Though sometimes quoted as if he were author of it, the expression "Only those who see the invisible can do the impossible" is one that greatly predates Lown's use of it; it has also been attributed to Thomas Jefferson, Jesus and Mrs. Charles E. Cowman, but the earliest published expression yet located seems to have been one by American Baptist minister Rev. Robert Stuart MacArthur in Royal Messages of Cheer and Comfort Beautifully Told (1909) edited by Sarah Conger Robinson, p. 58
A Prescription for Hope (1985)
Kontext: We must hold fast to the dream that reason will prevail. The world today is full of anguish and dread. As great as is the danger, still greater is the opportunity. If science and technology have catapulted us to the brink of extinction, the same ingenuity has brought humankind to the boundary of an age of abundance.
Never before was it possible to feed all the hungry. Never before was it possible to shelter all the homeless. Never before was it possible to teach all the illiterates. Never before were we able to heal so many afflictions. For the first time science and medicine can diminish drudgery and pain.
Only those who see the invisible can do the impossible. But in order to do the impossible, in the words of Jonathan Schell, we ask "not for our personal survival: we ask only that we be survived. We ask for assurance that when we die as individuals, as we know we must, mankind will live on".

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Nathaniel Cotton Foto

„Hold the fleet angel fast until he bless thee.“

—  Nathaniel Cotton British writer 1707 - 1788

To-morrow, reported in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919).

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„Hold the fleet angel fast until he bless thee.“

—  Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, buch Kavanagh

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

John Heywood Foto

„Time is tickell, and out of sight out of minde.
Than catche and holde while I may, fast binde fast finde.“

—  John Heywood English writer known for plays, poems and a collection of proverbs 1497 - 1580

Time is fickle, and out of sight out of mind.
Than catch and hold while I may, fast bind fast find.
Part I, chapter 3.
Proverbs (1546)

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