— Wayne W. Dyer American writer 1940 - 2015
— Isabel II do Reino Unido queen of the UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and head of the Commonwealth of Nations 1926
During a speech at Lambeth Palace, 15/02/2012. Quoted on royal website http://www.royal.gov.uk/LatestNewsandDiary/Speechesandarticles/2012/TheQueensspeechatLambethpalace15February2012.aspx
„We have to care about our bodies and what we put in them. Women have to take the time to focus on our mental health—take time for self, for the spiritual, without feeling guilty or selfish. The world will see you the way you see you, and treat you the way you treat yourself.“
— Beyoncé American singer, songwriter and actress 1981
"Beyoncé Wants to Change the Conversation", interview with Elle (4 April 2016) http://www.elle.com/fashion/a35286/beyonce-elle-cover-photos
— Haruki Murakami, buch Tanz mit dem Schafsmann
Quelle: Dance Dance Dance
— William Gaddis, buch The Recognitions
Quelle: The Recognitions
— Barry Long Australian spiritual teacher and writer 1926 - 2003
Knowing Yourself: The True in the False (1996)
„We're going to treat them [FOX News] the way we would treat an opponent. As they are undertaking a war against Barack Obama and the White House, we don't need to pretend that this is the way that legitimate news organizations behave.“
— Anita Dunn American political strategist 1958
The New York Times interview, October 11, 2009. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/12/business/media/12fox.html?pagewanted=1&ref=todayspaper
— John Boehner Former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives 1949
"Pelosi Elected Speaker, First Woman to Lead House" http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,241535,00.html, FoxNews.com (2007-01-04)
„You gotta make a change. Its time for us as a people to start making some changes, lets change the way we eat, lets change the way we live, and lets change the way we treat each other. You see the old way wasn't working so its on us, to do what we gotta do to survive.“
— Tupac Shakur rapper and actor 1971 - 1996
— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe German writer, artist, and politician 1749 - 1832
As quoted in Human Development : A Science of Growth (1961) by Justin Pikunas, p. 311; this might be based on a translation or paraphrase by Viktor Frankl, to whom it is also sometimes attributed.
:In Wilhelm Meister’s Lehrjahre (Book VIII, Chapter four) Goethe writes:
:“Wenn wir” sagtest Du, “die Menschen nur nehmen, wie sie sind, so machen wir sie schlechter; wenn wir sie behandeln als wären sie, was sie sein sollten, so bringen wir sie dahin, wohin sie zu bringen sind."
:Werke, Hamburger Ausgabe in 14 Bänden, Verlag C. H. Beck München, Herausgegeben von Erich Trunz
: Variant translations:
:*Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them to become what they are capable of being.
::* As quoted in My Country Vol. 2, No. 3 (September 1968) by Litchfield Historical Society, p. 23
:* "‘When we take people,’ thou wouldst say, ‘merely as they are, we make them worse; when we treat them as if they were what they should be, we improve them as far as they can be improved.’"
::* This translation occurs in the Harvard Classics edition of Wilhem Meister's Apprenticeship, Book VIII, Chapter IV. Translation by Thomas Carlyle Bartelby Online Edition of 'Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship'. http://www.bartleby.com/314/804.html
— Ernst, Baron von Feuchtersleben Austrian psychiatrist, poet and philosopher 1806 - 1849
The Dietetics of the Soul; Or, True Mental Discipline (1838)
— Joseph Joubert French moralist and essayist 1754 - 1824
Kontext: To think what we do not feel is to lie to ourselves, in the same way that we lie to others when we say to others what we do not think. Everything we think must be thought with our entire being, body, and soul.
— Derren Brown British illusionist 1971
TV Series and Specials (Includes DVDs), Derren Brown Plays Russian Roulette Live (2003)
— Boyle Roche Irish politician 1736 - 1807
In a debate in the Irish House of Commons on the vote of a grant which was recommended by Sir John Parnell, Chancellor of the Exchequer, as one not likely to be felt burdensome for many years to come, it was observed in reply that the House had no right to load posterity with a debt for what could in no degree operate to their advantage. This quotation was Sir Boyle's response.
[Barrington, Jonah, Personal sketches and recollections of his own times, Chapter XVII https://archive.org/details/personalsketche06barrgoog]
„We need to create an enterprise culture, a society where successful entrepreneurs are respected and admired, not treated with suspicion and disdain. And in which we see less envy of other peoples' achievements and mistrust of commerce, and a greater readiness to get out there and join in the process.“
— Norman Tebbit English politician 1931
Speech to the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference (26 February, 1985).
— Paul Krugman American economist 1953
But the essential truth of Keynes’s big idea - that even the most productive economy can fail if consumers and investors spend too little, that the pursuit of sound money and balanced budgets is sometimes (not always!) folly rather than wisdom - is as evident in today’s world as it was in the 1930s. And in these dangerous days, we ignore or reject that idea at the world economy’s peril.
"Why aren't we all Keynesians yet?", Fortune (Aug. 3, 1998)
— Elizabeth Peters American author and egyptologist 1927 - 2013
Quelle: The Snake, the Crocodile and the Dog
— Mike Murphy (political consultant) American political consultant 1962
2010s, 2018, Interview with Bill Kristol (2018)
— George S. Patton United States Army general 1885 - 1945
As quoted in Pocket Patriot : Quotes from American Heroes (2005) edited by Kelly Nickell, p. 157