„When people are protecting something truly special to them, they truly can become… as strong as they can be.“

—  Masashi Kishimoto, buch Naruto

Quelle: Naruto, Vol. 21: Pursuit

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japanischer Mangaka 1974

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„A truly multicultural country can never be strong or united.“

—  Pauline Hanson Australian politician 1954

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„You can find something truly important in a minute…“

—  Mitch Albom, For One More Day

Variante: You can find something truly important in an ordinary minute.
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„Only firm people can be truly soft.“

—  François de La Rochefoucauld, buch Reflections; or Sentences and Moral Maxims

Il n'y a que les personnes qui ont de la fermeté qui puissent avoir une véritable douceur.
Variant translation: It is only those who are firm who can be genuinely kind.
Maxim 479.
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„Truly decent, innocent people can be taxing to be around.“

—  David Foster Wallace American fiction writer and essayist 1962 - 2008

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„The pluralism and the linguistic diversity of India is something of which we can truly be proud.“

—  Shashi Tharoor Indian politician, diplomat, author 1956

The Hindu, "Things that happen only in India", Sunday, Aug 13, 2006 Available Online http://www.hindu.com/mag/2006/08/13/stories/2006081300010300.htm
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„This is the moment when something once more begins visibly to happen, something truly new and unique … something truly historical, in the sense that history again demands to be heard.“

—  Václav Havel playwright, essayist, poet, dissident and 1st President of the Czech Republic 1936 - 2011

Open letter to Dr. Gustáv Husák, Communist President (8 April 1975)
Kontext: Life cannot be destroyed for good, neither … can history be brought entirely to a halt. A secret streamlet trickles on beneath the heavy lid of inertia and pseudo-events, slowly and inconspicuously undercutting it. It may be a long process, but one day it must happen: the lid will no longer hold and will start to crack. This is the moment when something once more begins visibly to happen, something truly new and unique … something truly historical, in the sense that history again demands to be heard.

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„Only those who are truly aware of their sin can truly cherish grace.“

—  C.J. Mahaney American clergyman 1953

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„Truly amazing, what people can get used to, as long as there are a few compensations.“

—  Margaret Atwood, buch Der Report der Magd

Quelle: The Handmaid's Tale

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„Truly religious people always make jokes about their religion; their faith is so strong that they can afford it. Much of the secret of life consists in knowing how to laugh, and also how to breathe“

—  Alan Watts British philosopher, writer and speaker 1915 - 1973

Quelle: In My Own Way: An Autobiography 1915-1965 (1972), p. 6
Kontext: Do you suppose that God takes himself seriously? I know a Zen master, Joshu Sasaki, who has let it be known that the best form of meditation is to stand up with your hands on your hips and roar with laughter for ten minutes every morning. I have heard of a sophisticated shaman-type fellow who used to cure ringworm on cows just by pointing at the scars and laughing. Truly religious people always make jokes about their religion; their faith is so strong that they can afford it. Much of the secret of life consists in knowing how to laugh, and also how to breathe.

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„People should remember history so they can truly cherish what they have now.“

—  Hung Hsiu-chu Taiwanese politician 1948

Hung Hsiu-chu (2015) cited in " Hung dismisses ‘immediate unification’ http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2015/09/13/2003627609" on Taipei Times, 13 September 2015

„Evil is never truly strong, for it is born of fear.“

—  David Gemmell, buch The King Beyond the Gate

Quelle: Drenai series, The King Beyond the Gate, Ch. 8
Kontext: Evil is never truly strong, for it is born of fear. Why did he fall so easily? Because he tested your strength and saw the possibility of death [... ] had he possessed true courage, he would have fought back. Instead he froze — and died.

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„Do you really think one can be truly loving when one is short of bread?“

—  Antoine François Prévost French novelist 1697 - 1763

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L'Histoire du chevalier des Grieux et de Manon Lescaut (1731)

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„Only what is human can truly be foreign.“

—  Wisława Szymborska Polish writer 1923 - 2012

"Psalm"
Poems New and Collected (1998), A Large Number (1976)
Kontext: And how can we talk of order overall
when the very placement of the stars
leaves us doubting just what shines for whom?Not to speak of the fog's reprehensible drifting!
And dust blowing all over the steppes
as if they hadn't been partitioned!
And the voices coasting on obliging airwaves,
that conspiratorial squeaking, those indecipherable mutters!
Only what is human can truly be foreign.

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„No self can truly know itself and be ashamed.“

—  Eli Siegel Latvian-American poet, philosopher 1902 - 1978

Self and World (1957)

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„There is something so beautiful inside you that if you knew it, you would fall in love with it. It is irresistible. You can truly experience that.“

—  Prem Rawat controversial spiritual leader 1957

Brisbane, Australia (March 17, 1982) as reported in Maharaj, Visions International (1998)
1980s

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